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Art | February 1, 2007 |

ELL ART EXCHANGE ANNOUNCES ARTIST OF THE MONTH

Artist of the Month is a new feature on our website www.ellartexchange.com that will start in February 2007. The concept of our new feature is to help our audience become more familiar with each artist and their works.

Location: Ell Art Exchange – 573 Winncastle Street, Simi Valley, CA 93065 – USA

Contact: Lisa Bagley

ellart@earthlink.net
www.ellartexchange.com
 
We proudly introduce our first artist of the month Vincent Pomilio.

Pomilio is a New York City artist who currently says about his work, “More is better has replaced less is more in this new work. To achieve balance and harmony within these densely chaotic compositions is one of my goals. If I keep it interesting and fresh for myself and ultimately for you, I feel I’ve done my job.”

Pomilio is currently in a group exhibit at the Great South Bay Gallery in Hudson, New York, “If they could see us now,” is about the Hudson River School in Hudson, New York. The show has plans to travel to Rensselear Polytechnic Institute. Pomilio is also represented by the Van Brunt Gallery in Beacon, New York where he is presently in a group show titled, “New Hudson #3” that ends in mid March. In August 2007, he will be in a two person show at the Van Brunt Gallery where he will be showing 10 new paintings.

To learn more about Pomilio and to see his new works, please go to www.ellartexchange.com
 

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