2nd Saturday Gallery Reception: October 11, 5 pm – 8 pm
"Rocks at Joshua Tree," oil on canvas
"My work is about making images, most of which come about by experimentation (creating something from nothing). As paint is pushed around, shapes are suggested and developed. Discovery, change and invention begin. Many of these paintings are enigmatic. Viewers can read into them what they want. I am very eclectic and work in different styles, from realism to non-objective abstraction, and a combination of the two in one piece. I also do 3-D work, shaping and painting wood and other recycled material into wall hangings and freestanding objects. So it is what it is. This show brings it all together under one roof. I am hoping that people will see the thread and connect the dots."
— Ilja Tinfo
"Swirl," oil on panel
"Leap of Faith," oil on canvas
"Lips III, Angie," oil on canvas