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The Many Faces of Christopher Fabbri

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The Many Faces of Christopher Fabbri
Curated by: Rene Kindinger

3807 San Pablo Ave
Emeryville, CA 94608
November 21st, 2012 - November 28th, 2012
Opening: November 21st, 2012 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://themarquist.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
East Bay
EMAIL:  
shardsoup@gmail.com
PHONE:  
510-601-6300
OPEN HOURS:  
Tuesday- Sunday from 12:00pm- 9:00pm
TAGS:  
Marilyn Monroe, mona lisa, photography, mixed-media, digital, graffiti/street-art, conceptual, pop, landscape, surrealism, figurative, modern, traditional
COST:  
Free from 7pm-9pm, $5 from 9pm-10pm, $10 from 10pm on

DESCRIPTION

"Although from Boston, Chris Fabbri has quickly made
the Bay Area his stomping grounds; his work has been displayed
and shown in many different galleries in the last 10 years
and has not failed yet to disappoint. A “jack of all trades”
of sorts, he works with many kinds of materials in many varieties
of subjects but it seems as if the work that resonates the most
is his work in digital prints"

·Artist Statement·
I draw and paint on canvas, wood and paper with oils, acrylics,
pastels, charcoal, ink and watercolors, applying brushwork
in traditional styles, techniques, mediums and varnishes.
I start a painting in relatively loose brush applications
of paint washes, finishing up a tight rendering with varnishes.
I’m now working on new paintings and digital art.
In my portrait paintings (1987-2006)(2007-2010) and (2011-2012)
I’m inspired to produce portraits of influential figures,
musicians, family and friends. I focus on versatile styles
of portraiture using various elements of photorealism.
My artwork portfolio also includes abstractsanimalsdigitalsfigures,
illustrationsjewelrylandscapeslogosmuralssculpture and still lifes.
Check out the Art for Sale and Etsy.com/shop/chrisfabbri.
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