Stanford Art Spaces
July 21, 2006 to September 14, 2006, Stanford Art Spaces features this exhibit:

Gilbert Marosi
Paintings
Robert Marosi Bustamante
Paintings
Nona Haydon
Paintings

Three Young Women

Madonna 03

Just Jesting


This exhibit is located on the Stanford University campus, primarily in the Center for Integrated Systems (CIS). The building is open 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. A directory is available at the CIS reception desk.

Most works are for sale directly from the artists. For information, contact M. Grossman, Curator, at (650) 725-3622 or

Gilbert Marosi
 
Bazar © 2006

Gilbert has created over a thousand paintings and drawings that range from abstract to representational, using acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel and mixed media. He is an international painter, with paintings that can be darkly neurotic, texturally sensual, and bright and full of life. More than anything, his work represents the human condition in all its myriad manifestations. The works presented here are from his Nicaraguan collection of breezy street scenes. They represent Gilbertís passion for the living, breathing human heart of a city, rendered in bold strokes and brilliant colors.


For more art by Gilbert Marosi, click here.




Robert Marosi Bustamante
 
Sidney Bechet and Clark Terry © 2006

As a painter, Robert Marosi is guided by the Jazz ethic; he gives way to the graces of improvisation and play with different spaces, glaze in tissue paper, while gradually casting the protagonists for his work. In the spirit of Hans Hoffman, Robert pushes and pulls to allow the piece to grow into a place that resonates with his personal aesthetic. Painting satisfies his deepest feeling to express and create a vision reflective of his interest in the figure as movement and in mythology, wherein characters act out different roles: from a Joe DiMaggio painting invoking nostalgia and hero worship, to a series of Madonnaís as divine beings. Ultimately, the pieces reside in a space that leaves the viewer with more questions than answers.


For more art by Robert Marosi Bustamante, click here.




Nona Haydon
 
Clean © 2006

Growing up around arts and crafts, Nona Haydon started using oil on canvas at age 17, teaching herself and developing her own unique complex personal style with visible influences of impressionism and cubism. Painting was a hobby until 2004, when she stared to paint on a regular basis. She enjoys experimenting with different mediums but stays true to her image in everything she does, feeling that art is supposed to be enjoyed and invoking. In March 2006, Nona was featured at the Paso Robles Zinfandel festival.


For more art by Nona Haydon, click here.



Most works are for sale directly from the artists. For information, contact M. Grossman, Curator, at (650) 725-3622 or
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