Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Art League School Instructor John Blee Opens an Exhibit in Paris!
If someone were able to identify what set painter John Blee apart, it would likely be his vast accomplishments. Having studied under art legends the MOMA. He writes an art column in The Georgetowner and teaches painting here at The Art League.
Yet if you ask Blee himself, he finds "color, color, color" to be the distinguishing factor in his art. His international upbringing has lent itself to a highly diverse paint palette and a whimsical sense of play; appropriate, since he began his career in his teens.
Nocturne Rive Droite, June 8 through July 8, 2011 at Jane Roberts Fine Arts in Paris, France. Visit www.johnblee.com for more information on his work, projects or upcoming shows.