Interesting exhibitionopened on may 10 in new York. The singularity of it is that it consists of only six paintings, including a diptych painted for this exhibition, and placed in an art Museum or gallery and in the lobby of an office building in East Midtown. This exhibition of contemporary American artist Angela Frale (1976). Her paintings are a mixture of bright colors, sensual shapes, bold abstractions. Modernity intertwined with the style of the old masters of the Baroque and Rococo, such as Jacob Jordaens, Francois Boucher and Francois Lemoyne. Mostly the paintings depict women, spectacular shapes which are placed on an abstract background or in the luxurious landscapes. Excellent technique, deep sense of color, mastery of colors make the painting Angela Frale interesting to the viewer, are forced to return again and again to the art of this extraordinary artist. Angela Frale was born in 1976 in Beaufort, South Carolina, and grew up in a rural area of upstate new York. She graduated with honors from Boston University, where he received a bachelor of Sciences and then a Master's degree in fine arts at Yale University. Mali has exhibited widely at numerous venues, including the Museum of fine arts Houston, Texas the University of the arts Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Harris Gallery in Seattle, Washington.
Information and photographs taken from the official website of Angela Frale, the integral Angela Frale and website businesswire.com. The last photo is the artist with his family at the exhibition.