‘Sculpting with Light’ at gallery in June

For the first time, artist Anthony Dallmann-Jones will show his three unique types of art together in one exhibit, Sculpting with Light, at the Fond du Lac Public Library’s Langdon Divers Gallery June 1 to July 5. The show-stopping light sculptures – one will paint the ceiling with intersecting bands of color more than 10 feet long – will be joined by works in a new, previously unveiled medium he calls 3-D canvas painting together with miniature abstract art in acrylic and gold leaf.

The public is invited to a reception in the gallery 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 9. Refreshments will be served.

Dallmann-Jones, or Dr. D-J, as he’s known by his students at Marian University, received 2014’s Outstanding Wisconsin Artist of the Year awarded by TOSCA Art Magazine of the Twin Cities. His art career in Wisconsin includes founding and directing The Awarehouse Studios & Gallery art colony on Brooke Street in Fond du Lac, in 2003, and establishing the State Street Gallery in Madison, where he represented 43 artists 2005-2009. In 2010, he founded and directed an artists’ colony on Marco Island, Fla.

Dallmann-Jones has had 18 one-man shows and has been a part of 21 exhibits in the last 10 years. He’s featured on Fine Artists Studio Online, at www.FASO.com, and is the author of 13 published books. More information about his work can be found at www.AnthonyDJones.com.

The library’s gallery is a showcase for local and regional artists. The space is curated by volunteer artist Mel Kolstad, who can be contacted at [email protected].

Pictured: Crystal City by Anthony Dallmann-Jones

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