LEO VANDINSKY SHOW

WORKING PRESS RELEASE: Show title: "Multiple"

Multiple? It's having, relating to, or consisting of more than one individual, element, part, or other component; manifold.

If the title of this show is taken at face value, one would think it referred to an artist with multiple personalities. At the very least one would accurately presume there to be “many” sides to artist Leo Vandinsky, whose first solo exhibition in the Southern Tier opens Friday, April 1, 2005 at the Stephens Square Gallery, State Street, Binghamton.

Vandinsky has been working as a painter/photographer/portraitist/avante-garde conceptual artist his entire life and hails from the Binghamton area, although some time was spent in Atlanta, Georgia, Brooklyn, NY and Long Island, NY. The range of work included in this exhibition is asd iverse and far-reaching as the subject matter which excites the artist. From Warhol-inspired portraits to photographic abstraction, the exhibition represents the complexities of the creative mind and the wide range of media and processes used to realize one’s personal view of the world,
both of which are always changing and evolving. Vandinsky's irreverant quips such as “"Take away my hair...I’m bald”!" reflect the quirky sense of humor inherent in much of the work.

The exhibition “Multiple” opens First Friday, April 1, 2005 at the Stevens Square Gallery, 123 State Street, Binghamton. There will be an opening reception from 6-9 PM featuring the vocal stylings of Tony Villecco, accompanied by Steven Palmer. The reception and exhibition is free and open to the public.

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LEO VANDINSKY