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Da Vinci Art Alliance Exhibition Schedule 2014

June 1-29: Separation and Assimilation

An exhibition of paintings and mixed media creations by Springfield residents, Michael and Dean DiPrinzio

RECEPTION: Saturday June 7th from 1:00-5:00 pm
GALLERY HOURS: Sat-Sun 12-6 pm

Separation and Assimilation, an exhibition of paintings and mixed media creations by Springfield residents, Michael and Dean DiPrinzio, will be on display in the DaVinci Art Alliance Gallery space at 704 Catherine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147, from June 1–29, 2014.

"Inspired by different interpretations of existing realities, and instilled with a wide range of feelings and emotions, Michael DiPrinzio expresses himself through various forms of art. DiPrinzio's enigmatic paintings and mixed media creations contain electrifying and bizarre images. His found object assemblages and woodworks are of natural and man-made materials. Many of his past and present projects have been collaborations with his son, Dean, including current metal works.

Inspired by nature and his mother, Dean DiPrinzio enjoys all forms of artistic expression. His creativity drives him to explore pencil sketch, crayon, pastel, painting, rock sculptures, and mixed media collaborations in any form.

Including past shows at Da Vinci, Michael and Dean's art has been shown at Saint Asaph's Gallery, Rowan University, Bartram's Gardens, Anita Shapolsky Art Foundation, Lantern Theater, Perkins Art Center, Rittenhouse Square, private collections, and countless other venues in the Philadelphia and South Jersey areas. Michael also contributed images to the novel "New U" (2010) by his brother, Daniel.

An opening reception will be held on Saturday June 7th from 1:00-5:00 pm. To contact Michael and Dean about their work please call 267-738-7902

Supported by a grant from the