Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, & Bryan Burk | Arts and Education Council of St. Louis

Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, & Bryan Burk

Duane Reed Gallery
4729 McPherson Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108
September 10, 2022 to October 15, 2022

Duane Reed Gallery invites you to its latest show, exhibiting new work by Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, and Bryan Burk.

In this latest work, Pichaske continues her signature patterns of colored porcelain and other materials to construct an intricate second skin on animal forms. Inspired by the stoicism and expression of wild fauna, the artist’s incorporation of vivid, unnatural colors introduce a new sense of play into her wildlife subjects.

Dominic Finocchio’s paintings reexamine the modern male, blending traditional elements with contemporary subjects. Despite their social settings, his figures are distant, hidden behind their contemplative faces and closed body language. These resulting tableaus portray an awkward, uncomfortable, or even repressed masculinity.

Bryan Burk approaches ceramics through his experience as a tattoo artist, illustrating his vessels as he would a body: with vividly textured animal forms and their elaborately shaded furs, feathers, and scales.

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  • 2022-09-10 00:00:00 2022-10-15 00:00:00 America/Chicago Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, & Bryan Burk

    Duane Reed Gallery invites you to its latest show, exhibiting new work by Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, and Bryan Burk.

    In this latest work, Pichaske continues her signature patterns of colored porcelain and other materials to construct an intricate second skin on animal forms. Inspired by the stoicism and expression of wild fauna, the artist’s incorporation of vivid, unnatural colors introduce a new sense of play into her wildlife subjects.

    Dominic Finocchio’s paintings reexamine the modern male, blending traditional elements with contemporary subjects. Despite their social settings, his figures are distant, hidden behind their contemplative faces and closed body language. These resulting tableaus portray an awkward, uncomfortable, or even repressed masculinity.

    Bryan Burk approaches ceramics through his experience as a tattoo artist, illustrating his vessels as he would a body: with vividly textured animal forms and their elaborately shaded furs, feathers, and scales.

    FREE

    4729 McPherson Ave St. Louis MO 63108
4729 McPherson Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108

Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, & Bryan Burk

Duane Reed Gallery
4729 McPherson Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108
September 10, 2022 to October 15, 2022

Duane Reed Gallery invites you to its latest show, exhibiting new work by Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, and Bryan Burk.

In this latest work, Pichaske continues her signature patterns of colored porcelain and other materials to construct an intricate second skin on animal forms. Inspired by the stoicism and expression of wild fauna, the artist’s incorporation of vivid, unnatural colors introduce a new sense of play into her wildlife subjects.

Dominic Finocchio’s paintings reexamine the modern male, blending traditional elements with contemporary subjects. Despite their social settings, his figures are distant, hidden behind their contemplative faces and closed body language. These resulting tableaus portray an awkward, uncomfortable, or even repressed masculinity.

Bryan Burk approaches ceramics through his experience as a tattoo artist, illustrating his vessels as he would a body: with vividly textured animal forms and their elaborately shaded furs, feathers, and scales.

FREE

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  • 2022-09-10 00:00:00 2022-10-15 00:00:00 America/Chicago Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, & Bryan Burk

    Duane Reed Gallery invites you to its latest show, exhibiting new work by Lindsay Pichaske, Dominic Finocchio, and Bryan Burk.

    In this latest work, Pichaske continues her signature patterns of colored porcelain and other materials to construct an intricate second skin on animal forms. Inspired by the stoicism and expression of wild fauna, the artist’s incorporation of vivid, unnatural colors introduce a new sense of play into her wildlife subjects.

    Dominic Finocchio’s paintings reexamine the modern male, blending traditional elements with contemporary subjects. Despite their social settings, his figures are distant, hidden behind their contemplative faces and closed body language. These resulting tableaus portray an awkward, uncomfortable, or even repressed masculinity.

    Bryan Burk approaches ceramics through his experience as a tattoo artist, illustrating his vessels as he would a body: with vividly textured animal forms and their elaborately shaded furs, feathers, and scales.

    FREE

    4729 McPherson Ave St. Louis MO 63108
4729 McPherson Ave
St. Louis, MO 63108