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Into the Light: Ross Pino Solo Exhibition

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Ross Pino is an artist that shines light into the darkness. “Into the Light”. He's an advocate for mental health awareness through the arts

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Ross Pino is an artist that shines light into the darkness. “Into the Light” He is an advocate for mental health awareness through the arts and entertainment. Through his artistry, he shows pathways into the light through destructive and negative thought patterns.

In his own life, Ross managed a childhood of instability, navigating a household of addiction. Through frequent moves, Ross found his first creative outlet in skateboarding. As a young adult, he honed this sense of style into a love of fashion and art where he established a career in NYC as an actor and model.

A self-taught artist, Ross began painting alongside his young daughter. Inspired by her child-like play with paints, his light, playful style emerged and blended with his raw, edgy landscapes. “Into the Light” forays into Ross’s obsession with anatomy, apocalypses, numerical synchronicities, and poetry to spell out a spiritual pathway to peace and release.

A portion of proceeds from art sales in benefit of mental health advocacy group, “The Fountainhead”.

Curator Sadaf Padder, sadaf@licartsopen.org www.rosspino.com

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Exhibition: Thursday, February 20th - Friday, March 13th. Opening Reception: Thursday, February 20th 5 PM - 8 PM with an artist talk at 6:30 PM

Closing : Friday, March 13th, 5 PM - 8 PM

Gallery Hours: Daily, 9 AM - 9 PM

Sponsored by Billionare's Row Art Society.

Location: LIC Arts Open Gallery, Gallery One. The Factory (Main Floor)

30-30 47th AVE, Long Island City, NY 11101

The Galleries at The Factory LIC are operated and curated by LIC Arts Open and the spaces are provided courtesy of Atlas Capital Group. Many thanks to Jay Fehskens, Evan McKelvey and Jonathan Mehr for their support.Gallery Contact:Richard Mazda Gallery Director/Executive Director, LIC Arts OpenRichard@licartsopen.orgSadaf Padder Curator, LIC Arts Opensadaf@licartsopen.org Artist Contact:Julie Comnickwww.juliecomnick.comjulie.comnick@gmail.com928.308.3837

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