BELOIT, Wisconsin — The art of Rockford artist Paul Pinzarrone is featured at the Beloit Fine Arts Incubator (BFAI) during December.
Pinzarrone is well known for his computer-aided art that uses imagination, fragmentation, color, complexity and a dream-like quality to draw the viewer in.
Describing his art, Pinzaronne states: “My work is a series of snapshots. Gardens, playgrounds, powerful and scary things … sometimes they are sweet, sometimes frightening, sometimes microscopic and sometimes really big. You are invited in to explore and play as long as you like — or until escape becomes too dangerous.”
With more than 30 years of experience, Pinzarrone is a nationally acclaimed artist with exhibits throughout the Midwest. Displaying his work throughout the month of December, the BFAI will host an Artist’s Reception from 5 to 8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 5. The event is free and open to the public. Pinzarrone will be on hand to discuss his artwork and answer questions.
The BFAI is at 520 E. Grand Ave., downtown Beloit, Wisconsin.
Posted Dec. 4, 2014