Possession | Julia Enrique Flores

On view March 8 – April 13, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, March 8 | 5-9pm

‘Possession’ will feature silk-screened prints and sculptures about possessions, possessing, and being possessed.

‘Possession’ is informed by research and creation in conjunction with the artist’s studies as a MFA Candidate at the University at Buffalo.

Julio Enrique Flores is a visual artist, art educator, and communications professional. For the past twenty-five years, he has played a creative leadership role at corporate, cultural, and educational institutions utilizing marketing communications, art education programming administration, and classroom instruction experience to maintain and grow diverse constituencies.​

Julio’s art practice includes kite and mask-making in the Puerto Rican tradition, as well as painting, drawing and other creative work. As an art educator, he has led hands-on workshops for thousands of students, and has exhibited artwork throughout the Midwest.

The artist will host an artist talk & family collage workshop at WNYBAC on Saturday, April 6th.

Check out the workshop’s page for more information!

MEET THE ARTIST: Julio Enrique Flores

In 1977, the year Star Wars exploded, I coveted my 2nd-grade classmate’s skill at drawing Darth Vader from memory, so he gave me a drawing. This stirred the competitive fearful perfectionist within me, which I continue to suffer. I still have that drawing.

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