Tampa-based abstract artist, Mark A. Lembo, will display a collection of his artwork in his first solo exhibit, “Non-linear,” in the Corridor Gallery at the Carrollwood Cultural Center beginning Friday, November 4, 2022 through Monday, January 2, 2023. The collection of artworks will range from those created in Southern California beginning in 2006 through those created in Tampa in 2022. An opening reception will take place on Friday, November 4th, from 5:30pm -7:30pm at the Carrollwood Cultural Center.
Mark’s unique, abstract works evolve from the application of various liquid solutions (some off the shelf, some home-brewed) on an array of media, including watercolor paper, Dura-Bright and Yupo™ synthetic papers. Recently, Mark has been presenting his work as weaves, in montage/collage formats, and venturing into larger formats.
“The term ‘non-linear’ came to mind as an apt description of my artistic journey,” said Mark, artist/owner at Script M Abstract Art. “It began in California as a rekindling of a long-neglected hobby and blossomed into having works accepted to art exhibitions across the country – much to my surprise and delight. After moving to Tampa for personal and professional reasons in 2010, the art career lied dormant until 2017. It wasn’t until late-2020 that I devoted my full focus to building out a website and maintaining social media activity. Along the way, my work has been exhibited and recognized in local shows with Tampa Regional Artists, The Exhibiting Society of Artists (TESA), Warehouse Arts District (WADA), and the Professional Association of Visual Artists (PAVA).”
Mark’s artwork can also be seen and purchased on his website, www.ScriptM.com, and viewed on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScriptMAbstractArt, on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/scriptmabstractart/, and the new artist-oriented social media app, Musero, at https://www.musero.app/users/ScriptMAbstract.
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Mark A. Lembo