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DISTANT REVERENCE – Madeleine Tonzi and Felicia Gabaldon

Monday, July 14th, 2014

Endless Canvas photographer Madeleine Tonzi will be exhibiting her new paintings with Felicia Gabaldon at FaultLine ArtSpace later this month.

Opening Reception: July 19th, 6-10pm (Free Admission, All Ages)

Show Runs: July 19th – August 9th

Gallery Hours: 12-5pm Thursday-Saturday and by Appointment

Faultline Artspace
815 High Street, second Floor
Oakland Ca

Madeleine Tonzi: www.MadeleineTonzi.com
Felicia Gabaldon: www.FeliciaGabaldon.com

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ABOUT GABALDON:

Felicia Galbaldon’s Paintings and Drawings are an abstract representation of what one perceives to be a landscape. In her art, Felicia seeks to explore the ways that external stereotypes are internalized through psychic formations of language (thru artistic rendering), archetypes, folklore, religious iconography, familiar imagery, architectural and scientific references. Felicia hopes to suggest that the production of space and human experience influence the formation of individual and communal systems of belief.

In both, her figurative works and abstract representational, she is documenting abstract organizational systems and distinct identities of space. The historic developmental models and the “psychic residue” which implies the presence of inherited characteristics of the mind. By referencing familiar imagery Felicia hints at the subtle history of what inhabited space and the human experience is whether it be external or internal for her viewers.

Felicia is from Santa Fe, NM, but currently resides in Berkeley, CA