Unique ceramic art and post-impressionist paintings on display in new exhibits at GO Art!
Two art shows opened at GO ART! on Thursday night -- "Where Do I Go From Here?" a ceramics exhibit by Shirley Nigro, and "The Kite Boy," an acrylic exhibit by Alex Segovia.
Nigro is the owner of Fire Up Ceramics on Ellicott Street in Batavia.
Her ceramic work is nothing like most people might associate with the word -- figurines and knickknacks to scatter around the home. Her work is complex and imaginative but still leaning heavily on realism.
The exhibit is a good demonstration of how ceramics can be used to create art.
Segovia is originally from El Salvador and now resides in Avon. He started painting three years ago after watching a documentary about Vincent Van Gogh. His work reflects that post-impressionistic style, though he says he's moving more toward abstract expressionism. The bright colors recall Henri Matisse or fauvism.
Both shows run through April 7.