“Street Talkin'”opens at Washington Gallery on Friday, June 10

Artist Jacob Rosandich is exhibiting new artwork in Street Talkin’, opening at Washington Gallery on Friday, June 10, from 6-9pm. Colorful and bold, his paintings could be called genre pieces with a concentration on line and color.

According to Rosandich, his paintings are “influenced by everyday street scenes that depict a certain mood or statement about the times. Bold color transitions and tones reflect the energy that I try to bring out of each painting.”

“Some of my work has a stained glass look that is dependent upon line and may come from my collage influences,” says Rosandich, referring to influences including Paul Cezanne and Pablo Picasso. Rosandich has a BFA degree in painting from the University of Wisconsin-Superior.

Street Talkin’ will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5pm, or by appointment, starting June 11 and showing through June 26. The Washington Gallery is located in the former Washington Junior High School at 315 North Lake Avenue in Duluth.

1 Comment

Sun Dog

about 11 years ago

I went to the opening. I really like Jacob's work.

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