Pablo Power’s Solo Exhibit, A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern, at Tribeca’s No Romance Galleries through Today

February 25, 2015

Pablo Power A Circle Unbroken Pablo Powers Solo Exhibit, <em>A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern</em>, at Tribecas No Romance Galleries through Today

A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern, Pablo Power’s solo exhibit at No Romance Galleries, is a splendid poetic homage to life’s cycles and patterns. Reflecting Power’s vast experience with both graffiti and the streets, the multi-media images presented here fuse a dreamlike beauty with a rich rawness. Here is a sampling:

Success and Reformation, Acrylic, mixed media and image transfer on wood panel, close-up

Pablo Power Success and reaffirmation Pablo Powers Solo Exhibit, <em>A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern</em>, at Tribecas No Romance Galleries through Today

Ouroboros As Metro MoverAcrylic, mixed media and image transfer on wood panel

Pablo Power Ouroboros as Metro Mover Pablo Powers Solo Exhibit, <em>A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern</em>, at Tribecas No Romance Galleries through Today

Close-up

Pablo Power close up Ouroboros Pablo Powers Solo Exhibit, <em>A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern</em>, at Tribecas No Romance Galleries through Today

Gay Science and Joyous Wisdom, Acrylic, mixed media and image transfer on wood panel

Pablo Power Gay Science and Joyous Wisdom Pablo Powers Solo Exhibit, <em>A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern</em>, at Tribecas No Romance Galleries through Today

Half Cycle in Light, Acrylic, mixed media and image transfer on plexi glass

Pablo Power half cycle in light Pablo Powers Solo Exhibit, <em>A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern</em>, at Tribecas No Romance Galleries through Today

Pablo Power Light Pablo Powers Solo Exhibit, <em>A Circle Unbroken: Tributes in Pattern</em>, at Tribecas No Romance Galleries through Today

The exhibit continues until tomorrow, Thursday, February 26 at 355 Broadway in Tribeca.

Photos 1, 4, 5, 7  & 8 City-as-School intern Zachariah Messaoud; 2, 3 & 6, Lois Stavsky

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