Cafe Borrone, New Symbolist Paintings

 

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• Cafe Borrone — New Symbolist Paintings — 18 New Works in Watercolor Gouache & Egg Tempera — January 1st through February 28th, 1993

ABOUT THE ARTIST Misha Bittleston lives in mythos as he breathes the Logos. His dynamic yet subtle use of color creates the bridge to bring the invisible world which he has access to into the realm of the (ordinary) senses in which most of us live. Reared in southern England, Misha developed a penchant for the iconoclastic early in life. He left hoe at 15 to travel, found his soul at home in Italy, and developed a fluency in both the language and the passion of the people. He came to Palo Alto 2 1/2 years ago to discover his father, Daniel, and is now a native. Misha is most appreciative when his work conjures up images for the viewer. Feel free to relate to him, in person or by letter, what comes alive in you as you behold his works, which he prays shall be received as gifts. He continues to develop the three Ss (sensitivity, spirituality, and sensuality) to further prepare himself as a vehicle for the divine. Rainbow Rosenbloom 1992 Below: Exhibition plaque written by Rainbow Rosenbloom, from first solo exhibition in California at Cafe Borrone, Menlo Park 1992.
ABOUT THE ARTIST - Misha Bittleston lives in mythos as he breathes the Logos. His dynamic yet subtle use of color creates the bridge to bring the invisible world which he has access to into the realm of the (ordinary) senses in which most of us live. - Reared in southern England, Misha developed a penchant for the iconoclastic early in life. He left hoe at 15 to travel, found his soul at home in Italy, and developed a fluency in both the language and the passion of the people. - He came to Palo Alto 2 1/2 years ago to discover his father, Daniel, and is now a native. Misha is most appreciative when his work conjures up images for the viewer. Feel free to relate to him, in person or by letter, what comes alive in you as you behold his works, which he prays shall be received as gifts. He continues to develop the three Ss (sensitivity, spirituality, and sensuality) to further prepare himself as a vehicle for the divine. - Rainbow Rosenbloom 1992 Cafe Borrone Art Related Resources: Art at Cafe Borrone
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