Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Radeaux, Caricato show familiar sights new in light

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click to enlarge Fauna & Mosaics, On display through March 14, Pikes Peak Community College Downtown Studio Gallery, 100 W. Pikes Peak Ave., free, ppcc.edu. - RADEAUX
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  • Fauna & Mosaics, On display through March 14, Pikes Peak Community College Downtown Studio Gallery, 100 W. Pikes Peak Ave., free, ppcc.edu.
Art often allows us to see the world in a new way. In the works of regional artists Radeaux (a Pueblo-based painter) and David Caricato (a Front Range woodworker), familiar sights take on new light. Radeaux creates quilt-like patterns and overlays them with stunning depictions of regional animals, and Caricato uses his woodworking talent to create Trompe L’oeil sculptures, which look like common objects like salt shakers or books, made entirely out of wood. So check out their joint exhibit if you’re looking for an opportunity to change your perspective.

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