Please try and make some of these events this weekend. Should be inspiring.
New York based artists Bryce Wymer and Mitch Paone have come together with a body of work depicting explorations of social realism. Oils, resins, and collage are utilized throughout the
collection. Yet all works hold down a subtle neo-classical tone, with a heavy eye for design.
Bryce Wymer is a visual artist currently living in Brooklyn, New York. His works address human social progression. He is also the creative director at a motion graphics studio in New York called Digital Kitchen. Personal works available at www.brycewymer.com
Mitchell Paone is a multi-faceted creative who moves in between the disciplines of Graphic Design, Typographer, Fine Art, Film and Music to invokes thought and emotion. Mitch currently works commercially as an Art Director & Graphic Designer for a variety of advertising agencies and creative production studios worldwide through the moniker of Dreamers Ink Aesthetics. In
his spare time he is either working on fine art endeavors or is performing with his jazz funk fusion band Non-Static which includes some of New York City’s finest jazz musicians.
NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE PERFORMANCE
Following the opening Mitch and Bryce will be performing at DBA Frenchman Street from 10:30 onward into the night. Please make it out to see the final piece of the creative outlets both of them share with each other.
DBA Frenchman, 10:30
FRIDAY, MARCH 6th, 7:30-9PM
@ Satchmo’s Lounge, Loyola University Danna Center
AIGA lecture featuring Bryce Wymer (www.brycewymer.com, www.d-kitchen.com) & Mitch Paone (www.dreamersinkaesthetics.net).
The focus of the lecture is breaking down the creative process of design influenced film, broadcast and commercial media.
Secondly, the lecture will represent the broad range of creative endeavors including music performance and production, film, photography, illustration, graphic design, and typography and
its collective influence on Mitch & Bryce’s commercial work output.
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