October 16 – November, 13, 2012
The Studio at Gulf and Pine, Anna Maria Island, FL
Artist Reception: Friday, Oct. 26th, 5:00 – 8:00pm
*Artist’s talk and video presentation T.B.A.
The multi-layered work of Jake Fernandez (featured artist) will be showcased in a solo exhibition that spans several decades and reveals many facets of the artist’s work. He is known for creating complex pictorial structures that exist in a zone between representation and abstraction, reflecting his unique interpretation of light and space.
A variety of media will illuminate his process and the progression of several projects through their many phases, providing an examination of visual information altered by the artist’s hand over time
Fernandez graduated from the University of Florida and received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of South Florida. His works are in numerous public and private collections, and he is represented by ACA Galleries in New York.
The video sequence Perpetual Frieze will be shown for the first time. Inspired by urban gardens on New York’s Lower East Side and Miami’s inner city, it uses photographic fragments collected and compressed over 25 years. Its development and production involved a collaboration with British sound artist and composer Paul Ramshaw, whose work in electro-acoustic sound abstraction and manipulation, coupled with video representation elicits changing emotional contexts over time. This video installation is the first of a number of such collaborations that Fernandez and Ramshaw have planned for the future.
10101 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria Island, FL
Gallery Hours: Tues. – Sat. 1:00pm – 5:00pm