Wellesley art exhibit sheds some light on the subject

Color Scape Studio: Series I &emdash; Sabulous

Tony Matelli’s New Gravity exhibit isn’t the only art in town.  The Wellesley Free Library is showing the work of Louis Henri Pingitore now through February 28. Pingitore says he has invented a new photographic expression of light and expresses that through his work with color and shape.

According to his website, the artist is the son of a U.S. diplomat and was born in 1963 in Paris, France. His childhood was spent living in far-flung outposts such as Mogadishu, Somalia; Oran, Algeria; Peshawar, Pakistan; and Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

The work he’s exhibiting at the WFL sells for $450 – $2,250.

 

 

 

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