Mark Hosfor and Janic Jakielski explore relationships, communication in "Subtle Imperfections"

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This Friday, October 12, Redux Contemporary Art Studio will be hosting a gallery talk and openin reception for the new show featuring At the opening reception for the show "Subtle Imperfections" featuring the work of Mark Hosford and Janice Jakielski.

As described by Redux:

Mark Hosford and Janice Jakielski both investigate personal relationships through the use of play. Hosford’s vibrant and lucid screen prints are representations of his vulnerabilities and human interactions. Jakielski’s intricately hand crafted bonnet like objects inspired by child hood memories are poetic metaphors of communication. Hosford and Jakielski use a decadent palate to ease the complexities of social interactions and allow the viewer to escape into a fantastical reality. The love of craft and making is evident in both bodies of work.

The (free) opening reception will run from 6:30 to 8 p.m. In addition to art there will be live music courtesy of The Blue Ribbon Revival and Mechanical River with Joel Hamilton along with food from the food truck Pot Kettle Black.

For more information on the event and artists, hop over to Redux's website.