July 5  - August 18, 2005
Joe Kardonne ~ A Memorial Exhibit of Paintings & Drawings
Reception: Monday, July 18, 4:30-7:30pm

The exhibit will include paintings and a series of sketches that have never been shown to the public.

Joe Kardonne (December 9, 1910 ö March 2, 2005) lived and worked in New York and New Jersey since the 1920ās. Kardone was a friend and contemporary of Jackson Pollock. They studied under Howard Trafton at The Studentās Art League in Manhattan. Kardonneās oeuvre runs the gamut of abstract expressionism to realism to photography. In his later years he created three new styles of fine art: Subtractionism, Explodism and Googlism.