A solo exhibition by local San Francisco artist, Donald Rizzo. An insightful, and at times humorous, collection of paintings which explores the psychology of wearing masks. From the Twisted Trojan to the Cottaging Monkey, these and many more will be on view.
“We all wear masks,” admits artist Donald Rizzo. “Whether it be furries, drag queens, or internet trolls. Our masks come from our desire to show, the true self, the inner core of our being. Our masks are modeled and fitted in our awareness of humility, creativity, compassion, and all the positive attributes one has as well as the ugliness that we have carried and learned from the past.”
Reception: 16th January, 6p
Through 21st March