PCCA presents Alexander Buzzalini: Print

PCCA

Alexander Buzzalini (Hamtramck) creates hand-pulled prints that draw on the personal to speak to universal human experience and emotion. He constructs narratives based on personal experience, circumstance and memory. His often humorous figurative compositions feature eccentric drawings and present odd situations that keep the viewer a little off balance. One series of prints features a standard poodle who appears in all sorts of strange circumstances, an anxious-looking creature who leaves us a little concerned for his welfare.

Alexander Buzzalini: Learning to let go

Alexander Buzzalini: Learning to let go

Alexander is a recent graduate of Wayne State University who majored in printmaking and minored in anthropology. He has exhibited his work in numerous group and juried shows all over the United States and at El Minia University in Egypt, where his work was chosen for the permanent collection.

Please join us in welcoming Alexander Buzzalini at an opening reception on Friday, January 17 at 7:00 pm. We will host a gallery talk with the artists on Saturday, January 18 at 2:00 pm. The opening reception and gallery talk are free and open to the public. Visitors will enjoy an opportunity to meet the artists and gain some insight into their works.

This exhibit is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs,

the National Endowment for the Arts and the Kresge Foundation.

About Sarah Hovis

Word manipulator, arts appreciator, sports spectator, and world traveler, Sarah charts her own course as the owner of saliho creative. She uses her creative mind and engaging dialogue to fearlessly bring the written word to life in print and online… all while keeping a watchful eye out for the next literary adventure. You can reach her at sarah@rochestermedia.com.

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