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On Friday, July 8, 2016, Arch Enemy Arts presents the opening of Jason Hernandez‘s solo exhibition ‘Celestial Comfort’ and group exhibition, ‘Invisible Threads’.

To ignite the evening, Jason Hernandez lets viewers delve deep into his fascination with humankind’s adamant curiosity to make sense of the world.  With sinuous lines and detailed composition, his otherworldly flair for creative storytelling is noted as Arch Enemy Arts celebrates 12 new works, each expressing various elements inspired by religious iconography and 14th century Flemish painting for an intriguing new collection.

Artist Bio:

Jason Hernandez studied Illustration at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena California, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts. Hernandez is currently a freelance artist and also practices Graphic Design in Marina del Rey California. When Jason isn’t drawing he puts in the man-hours formulating a concoction for the world’s best cup of coffee.

Jason Hernandez ‘Celestial Comfort’ + Invisible Threads Group Exhibition

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Opening Reception:
Friday July 8, 2016 | 6-10PM

Exhibition Dates:
July 8 – July 30, 2016

Arch Enemy Arts

109 + 111 Arch Street | Philadelphia, PA 19106

IG: @archenemyarts // @pshillenn // @lawrenalice

For purchasing information and availability, please contact archenemyarts@gmail.com or call 215.717.7774

 

Jason Hernandez’s Celestial Comfort

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Space Mummies From The Outer Void

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Universe

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Drift

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Elegant Flight

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Fire

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Passenger

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Rocket Garden

Invisible Threads Group Exhibition

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Featuring the work of 11 distinct artists, each convey his or her visual interpretations of the indefinable links that connect humanity, as well as the poignant relationships that adhere the puzzle pieces of our unique and scared existence.

Participating Artists:

Caitlin McCormack, Matthew Greskiewicz, Paul Romano, Heather McLean, Lioba Brückner, Julie Filipenko, Colin Frangicetto, Rebecca Yanovskaya, Jeremy Bastian, Christina Mrozik, and Gustavo Rimada.

 

“Every piece in Invisible Threads is contained and displayed within a circle symbolizing totality and wholeness with each ‘connection’ representing a dot connected with the next, making the exhibition itself an extension of the theme, and each piece especially unique even within its artist’s own body of work.” ~ Arch Enemy Arts

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Colin Frangicetto

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Matthew Greskiewicz

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Julie Filipenko

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Caitlin McCormack

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Heather McLean

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Christina Mrozik

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Gustavo Rimada

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