Introducing "Asocial Social Club" – a seminal art exhibit that explores the intersection between isolation, self-expression, and the human experience. Through his hyper-realistic portraits, self-taught artist Alexander offers a poignant commentary on the cultural obsession with self-image and identity in the age of social media.
Despite only picking up oil painting in response to the pandemic, Alexander has achieved remarkable success within the medium in just three short years. Consider this show, an introduction to Alexander "the artist." This inaugral show lays the foundation for understanding Alexander's artistic journey - where he has been and more importantly where he's heading.
In this unconventional show, we are featuring three key highlights:
1) A chronicological look at Alexander's paintings from the very first to the most recent. Included in the art pieces are associated sketches so you see how he conceptualizes and creates his portraits.
2) Alexander is transplanting his studio to the art space for the month of May - see his workspace, his materials and his work-in-progress. Interact with Alexander each weekend in May as he paints. This is a very rare and unique opportunity to get a glipse into the process of art making.
3) Alexander is unveiling his largest portrait commission to date - a 5x4 feet full figure portrait!
Light refreshments and wine will be available for your enjoyment.
Doors open at 7pm. Artist talk with curator starts at 8pm, followed by the unvieling of the commissioned painting.