Jan. 3-27, 2008

In his paintings, Easton artist Isadore LaDuca often uses seemingly disparate elements in order to achieve a sense of unity; landscapes, figures, abstract elements, and text may be torn apart and reorganized on the picture plane. LaDuca writes that this “fragmentation is expressive of our contemporary world consciousness; the process of painting is my way of seeking a more personal and spiritual reunion.”

Reception for the artist: Sunday, Jan. 6, 3-5 p.m.; informal gallery talk at 4 p.m.

Catalogue with essay by Joseph M. Chapuck available in the gallery, or as an online, pdf version. Press release