Wednesday, September 10, 2014
I Think We're Alone Now Opening Reception
Join us for a public reception of I Think We’re Alone Now, an exhibition of new work by Los Angeles artist Robert Fontenot.
Occidental College is pleased to present I Think We’re Alone Now, an exhibition of work by Los Angeles-based artist Robert Fontenot. I Think We’re Alone Now presents the artist’s work depicting nostalgia for a less complicated past using watercolor, multi-media collage, photographic portraiture, and bread dough sculpture. The exhibition will be on view from August 22 to October 18, 2014 in the College’s Weingart Gallery.
I Think We’re Alone Now is made possible by generous support from the Pasadena Art Alliance.
About the Artist
Robert Fontenot is a Los Angeles-based artist whose work explores contemporary themes using traditional craft techniques such as bread dough sculpting, hand embroidery, appliqué and other forms of needlework. His current series of works uses bread dough sculpture depicting scenes of love, violence, and historical importance as a means to explore the macabre undertones of gothic and neo-classical decorative schemes. Fontenot has exhibited at the Salt Lake City Art Center, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, Enview Gallery, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Mark Moore Gallery, Jancar Gallery, and QED Gallery. He is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.
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