Preview: Marco Mazzoni’s “River of Milk” at Roq la Rue

by Ken HarmanPosted on

Hi-Fructose Volume 20 cover artist Marco Mazzoni will be debuting a new solo show at Seattle’s Roq la Rue gallery later this month. The artist’s exquisitely rendered colored pencil works have captivated audiences worldwide this year and we’re greatly looking forward to his latest body of work, “River of Milk.”

For the exhibition, Mazzoni has crafted a narrative divided into three chapters. The first, The Pathetics, resumes the artists recognizable flora-covered faces in what Mazzoni refers to as a “pathos of emotions.” In the second chapter, The Muses, the artist reinterprets the legends and myths of tragic female figures exploring subjects such as Medusa, Ophelia and Leda. Finally, in The Encyclopedia of Impossible Animals, Marco debuts a new body of work with a twisted naturalist’s touch.

“River of Milk” opens October 12th and will be on view until November
3rd, get a full preview of the exhibit here on Hi-Fructose.

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