Toshee (aka Alain de Leonardis AB '97) presents a solo art show at The Gabba Gallery.
One Hundred Views of Japan is an exploration of the contemporary Japanese visual landscape. Influenced by his graphic design background, Toshee employs bold, vibrant elements to arrest the viewer’s gaze. His mixed media technique incorporates both additive and subtractive processes with paint, pencil, ink, epoxy, and stencils.
The opening night reception will feature DJ Jonathan Williams spinning, Richeeze Gourmet Grilled Cheese Food Truck, and is sponsored by Perrier. The show was curated by Jason Ostro. Also on view will be simultaneous solo shows by artists Essi Zimm, Joey Feldman, and Nicholas Bonamy.
The Gabba Gallery is located at 3126 Beverly Blvd. Street parking or $8 at the church at 3001 Beverly Blvd. All parking proceeds benefit Iglesia Principe De Paz.
One Hundred Views of Japan will be on view from March 12 to April 2.