Art is a Mind-Expanding Exploration

| March 2, 2017 | 0 Comments
The photo, provided by an amateur photographer, shows Sun Rays, the work of Anita Sagarese.

The photo, provided by an amateur photographer, shows Sun Rays, the work of Anita Sagarese.

No two people look at any piece of art and see exactly the same thing. The lack of words opens the personal tunnel of interpretation. A new artist who has moved to San Diego and into a small but engaging gallery in Old Town graces our neighborhood with both the freedom to see with our personal eyes and yet adventure into a world that gives us light and story and inspiration.

Anita Sagarese spent almost a decade achieving her move to San Diego. Her art is varied – water color, tube art (which she invented), dry paint etching, geology, and reflects some of her favorite words, such as “transparency.” It might be called expressionism, she confessed, but her evolution as seen in her gallery moves in too many directions to fit a single category.

Expecting to be polite, this writer was completely engaged, exhilarated, and quickly arguing with the artist about what her different pieces represented. A nice thing about excellent art is that it inspires conversation.

Life today is often chaotic and time so short that thinking time is rare, but a walk through this gallery will certainly engage all your peaceful and positive potentials. And the artist is as much of a pleasure as her work.

Sagarese’s work can be seen at Art Show, located at 2802 Juan Street, suite 27 (with handy parking adjacent and behind the building and an elevator in the building), when she has appointments or the urge to work on a project. It’s recommended you call first at (619) 491-0456.

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