Last night, SAN attended the opening of Elbow-Toe‘s latest solo show “Due Date” at Black Rat Projects.
Like us, those who made it into the packed gallery were in for a treat as Brooklyn Based Elbow-Toe brought his beautiful “cut paper paintings” and a nice signing session for the launch of his new book “Paper Cuts” covering his work.
“Due Date” explores his “preconceived notions of parenthood and the opportunities for growth that come through that process.” with a set of images on panel or paper, sketches and a huge 5×7 foot collage that took him three months to complete.
“The Memory Of You Is Never Lost Upon Me” piece alone is mind blowing and can only be appreciated in the flesh!
A beautiful twenty colors screenprint of “The Family Pet” was also available to the attendees.
Make sure not to miss “Due Date” at Black Rat Projects before it’s too late!
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