New Art Exhibition for Joe Sorren

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Joe Sorren, an old favorite of mine, paints and sculpts dramatic characters and scenes. If you happen to be near the Los Angeles area, you may be able to catch Joe Sorren’s opening this weekend, Saturday, November 6.

The artist’s persistence and pace have led to a stunning and comprehensive body of work over the last decade, much of which will be on display as the artist opens his first museum show in November at Cal State Fullerton’s Grand Central Arts Center. “Interruption” will feature ten new paintings, a retrospective of work from the past decade culled from numerous private collections, a subsequent book release, as well as a second showing in Sorren’s hometown of Flagstaff, AZ at the Coconino Center for the Arts. — Hi-Fructose

The show will be up until January 2, 2011 and will open again January 22, 2011 in AZ. See Joe Sorren’s website for more information.

Pinkmu on the Wind Mam

Pinkmu on the Wind Ma’m 30″ x 36″ Oil on Canvas


At the Tate, cast bronze, steel and wood, made in collaboration with artist Jud Bergeron

At the Tate 11” x 18” x 10.5” cast bronze, steel and wood, made in collaboration with artist Jud Bergeron


Tryst

Tryst


Exile oil on canvas 62″ x 38

Exile oil on canvas 62″ x 38


Mr. Kurabi’s Tales of Lovely-ness and All Things Eaten.

Mr. Kurabi’s Tales of Lovely-ness and All Things Eaten - 14" tall

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