Artist, Paul Christopher wants to know. Visit the “Life in Plastic” exhibition on October 17th in Chelsea, NYC.
Paul Christopher Conticelli’s career as an artist sprouted after almost losing his life. Like many of us, it was going through a life changing incident that made him realize and resurrect his buried passion for making art. Paul was always drawn to abstract art and pushing boundaries. You can see that streak of independence reflected in his art and wow, is it mesmerizing. The unique art of Paul combines original poetry alongside his work to express the feelings behind his work, however each and every viewer will conclude their own sentiment. His art will make you think, reflect, and become a storyteller.
A word from the artist himself, “My newest collection allows me to embrace my ADHD in a creative flow. I separate scattered thoughts and focus on them separately. Comprised of a series of individual paintings created with a common interest. Each is unique and should be singularly viewed for its beauty and significance. The full story unfolds as if you were completing a puzzle.”
See his work in person on Thursday, October 17th 2019 6:30-9:30pm as part of Chelsea’s ArtWalk at 508 West 26th Street Suite #315 in NYC. More information about the exhibition can be found at: www.paulchristopher.nyc