Beauty is in the Eye of the Credit Card Holder: Daniel Bilodeau’s Aesthetic Commentary on Consumer Culture
Arte Fuse /July 2016
Island Weiss Gallery
June 8 – July 6, 2016
Recalling the transience of beauty implied in still life paintings of the Dutch masters of the 17th and 18th centuries combined with symbols of modern American consumer culture, Daniel Bilodeau’s finely crafted paintings in his solo exhibit Consumed, on view at the Island Weiss Gallery, portray a cautionary tale of the cost of vanity.
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All images courtesy of Island Weiss Gallery