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Eternal Love for Nature by Alberto Azzi at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art

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Location: Alternator Centre For Contemporary Art
Address: 421 Cawston Ave - Unit 103
Time: 11:00am - 6:00pm
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2021-12-08 11:00:00 2021-12-08 18:00:00 America/Vancouver Eternal Love for Nature by Alberto Azzi at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art Opening December 3rd in the Members' and Window Gallery of the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is 'Eternal Love for Nature' by long-time member, Alberto Azzi. The Kelowna-based artist’s paintings are characterized by an intersection of realism and fantasy. Azzi is a self-taught artist with no formal art education who developed his unique and recognizable style of extreme details, brilliant colours and precise technique throughout the years. After retiring from a forty-year-long career as a dentist, Azzi was able to deepen his engagement with art-making; most often working with oils and acrylics both on canvas and masonite. In 'Eternal Love for Nature', Azzi creates detailed, complex pieces that draw from the natural, oftentimes fantastical, beauty of the world. He takes inspiration from the work of the masters and depicts a variety of subject matter such as landscapes, people, fauna and flora. His love for nature and interest in chromatic and formal harmonies is apparent, as demonstrated in this rich collection of paintings. 'Eternal Love for Nature' will be on view in both the Members’ Gallery and Window Gallery from December 3, 2021, to January 3, 2022. Please note the Gallery will be closed between December 19, 2021 to January 3, 2022. Visitors will still have the opportunity to view some of Alberto’s works in the Window Gallery as the Rotary Centre for the Arts will remain open until December 24th, 2021. The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is open Tuesday to Friday, 11am - 6pm, and Saturday 11am - 4pm. To learn more about this exhibition visit www.alternatorcentre.com. Alternator Centre For Contemporary Art 421 Cawston Ave - Unit 103 events@kelownanow.com
Opening December 3rd in the Members' and Window Gallery of the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is 'Eternal Love for Nature' by long-time member, Alberto Azzi.

The Kelowna-based artist’s paintings are characterized by an intersection of realism and fantasy. Azzi is a self-taught artist with no formal art education who developed his unique and recognizable style of extreme details, brilliant colours and precise technique throughout the years. After retiring from a forty-year-long career as a dentist, Azzi was able to deepen his engagement with art-making; most often working with oils and acrylics both on canvas and masonite.

In 'Eternal Love for Nature', Azzi creates detailed, complex pieces that draw from the natural, oftentimes fantastical, beauty of the world. He takes inspiration from the work of the masters and depicts a variety of subject matter such as landscapes, people, fauna and flora. His love for nature and interest in chromatic and formal harmonies is apparent, as demonstrated in this rich collection of paintings.

'Eternal Love for Nature' will be on view in both the Members’ Gallery and Window Gallery from December 3, 2021, to January 3, 2022. Please note the Gallery will be closed between December 19, 2021 to January 3, 2022. Visitors will still have the opportunity to view some of Alberto’s works in the Window Gallery as the Rotary Centre for the Arts will remain open until December 24th, 2021.

The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is open Tuesday to Friday, 11am - 6pm, and Saturday 11am - 4pm. To learn more about this exhibition visit www.alternatorcentre.com.



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