Eric Vozzola's new body of work, “A Visual Language,” consists of paintings both large and small, including works on found materials, canvas and painted installations that activate the gallery space in multiple layers.
The exhibit will be on view through Friday, Aug. 19 at the Winchester Cultural Center’s Gallery, located at 3130 South McLeod Drive, just north of Desert Inn Road.
“A Visual Language” features artworks with colorful, patterned, surreal and contrasting compositions.
Vozzola said he thinks of his work as a connection to ancient storytelling, such as wall drawings, hunting map carvings, hieroglyphs and other forms of archaic visual communication, which leave behind not only an aesthetic, but a language unique to the artist.
Those interested in “A Visual Language” can call the Winchester Cultural Center at 702-455-7340 or visit their website.