NEW KENSINGTON, Pa.– Musician Gregg Valley will certainly present his special artworks in the Penn State New Kensington Art Gallery. His exhibit qualified “Elements of My Life” will certainly be showcased May 4 with June 1. The show is free and also available to the public.Valley, whose art has actually advanced with the years, blends a range of mediums. “In the onset of my profession
, I was a typical musician,” claims Valley.” When I made the crossover to digital art, I produced a style that was special to that medium. It is that design, whether electronically produced or repainted on canvas or a building, that has actually become my signature. I always start my work with pencil theoretically, then I take it right into the computer where I digitally draw the elements of the style as well as create the shade breaks.”
His trademark, vivid artistic design, which he calls “faceting,” includes taking shapes and also reducing them into smaller sized forms.
“A big painting can have thousands of separately tinted aspects within it … a design that is flawlessly matched for large scale art,” clarifies Valley. “Utilizing this design, I have actually created several murals around Western Pennsylvania and Northern The Golden State, some on fairly a huge scale!”
Valley’s largest artworks to date are five stories high and also approximately 75 feet in length.The musician’s main goal is to invoke happiness in those that see his job.”I utilize rich, lively colors and also energetic, graphic imagery to create art pieces that make people feel great,”says Valley.”One of my favored remarks is when individuals inform me that my job places a smile on their face whenever they see it.”The New Kensington school neighborhood, along with the general public, is welcomed to view Valley’s art in the Art Gallery from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. weekdays and also midday to 5 p.m. weekend breaks. A reception to commemorate the new display’s opening will certainly be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on May 11 in the Art Gallery.Penn State New Kensington’s gallery attributes regular monthly multimedia works of local, local, national and worldwide musicians. All exhibitions are free to the public. For more information concerning the gallery and also how you can end up being a future exhibitor, get in touch with Tina Sluss, gallery director, at 724-334-6056 or firstname.lastname@example.org!.?.!. More information can likewise be watched at.