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Cuban born artist Alejandro Mazon brings his mixed media "Between Flesh and Spirit" to Esvelt Gallery to open the 2013-14 art season at Columbia Basin College. The exhibit runs September 23 - October 24 with an artist's reception September 25 at 2 p.m.
Mazon describes himself as "Cuban by birth, Spanish by blood, and American by choice". He lives and works in New York. His art is a blend of paint, collage, found objects, and constructed elements. Through his art, Mazon explores his past in Cuba and how he struggles in America. Much of his inspiration comes from master artists of old such as Hieronymus Bosch, Francisco Goya, and the Mexican muralists.
Mazon also creates this struggled feeling through objects he incorporates in his work such as vintage wallpapers and fabrics. He has created his own style by exploring the originality of others as he finds ways to bridge the gaps between his past, present, and future.
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