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‘Two Sides to Every Story’ art exhibition to open

‘Two Sides to Every Story’ art exhibition to open

Posted: Monday, February 25, 2013 8:00 pm

BROWNSVILLE — John Sadowski has been painting for over 40 years.
His work has found its way into private and corporate collections throughout the United States. Beginning March 1, for a limited time, his work will be on display at the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville. A special preview and opening reception for “Two Sides to Every Story” will be held March 1 at 6 p.m.
Sadowski, a Memphis artist, has for many years painted representational art, in particular local landmarks. In his collection, viewers will recognize buildings and street scenes from places such as New Orleans, Oxford, Miss., Jackson, Tenn., and, of course, Memphis. Sadowski has also painted many scenes of Brownsville that will also be included in the exhibition. His painting style reflects on the character and personality of these places more than serves as an architectural rendering.
Sadowski experiments with nonrepresentational art. He begins this art process with hand selected wood for the stretchers he builds himself. His inspiration comes while stretching the canvas and priming the surfaces. These abstracts are formed from layers of paint that has been added and subtracted and carefully placed until he can proclaim the work complete.
Whether realism or abstract, Sadowski’s art reflects the lifelong experience of a seasoned artist with the enthusiasm of one who has just begun his pursuit to artistic expression. “Two Sides to Every Story” combines these two distinct styles in a unique show available to the public through April 20.
For more information about the artist, visit www.sadowskiart.com. To learn more about the show “Two Sides to Every Story,” contact the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center at (731) 779-9000.
The West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center is a tourist information center and home to three regional museums depicting the history and culture of the West Tennessee people. Inside visitors find the Cotton Museum, the West Tennessee Music Museum and the Hatchie River Museum, along with the last home of Bluesman Sleepy John Estes and childhood school of Tina Turner, Flagg Grove.
The center also features an annual art exhibit and summer concert series “Concert on the Porch.” To learn more visit www.westtnheritage.com.

Published in The Messenger 2.25.13

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