Anthony Cervino: Anti-Plastic — Opening Friday, September 5, 6 – 8pm at Flashpoint

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Anthony Cervino: Anti-Plastic
Opening reception: Friday, September 5, 6 – 8pm
September 5 – October 11, 2008
Cervino transforms the parts taken from toy model kits, in concert with plastic resin and paints, to construct low-relief sculptures on canvas. Situated somewhere between wall sculptures and paintings, these chromatically reductive works are evocative of architectural structures, disaster scenes and abstract landscapes.

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Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 6pm or by appointment

Gallery at Flashpoint • 916 G Street, NW • Washington , DC 20001

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