Bold colors, whimsical themes and a high dose of child-like imagination are all part of Fritz Suters works. The Austrian-born artist began his career as a protege of Professor Rothstein at the Art Academy of Vienna (also known as the prestigious art academy that rejected Adolf Hitler, twice). Suter began drawing with pencils, charcoal, and pastelsand as his skills grew, he started to experiment with different techniques and uses of color. While in Europe, Suter exhibited his works in Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Sweden, but in 2004, he moved to the States and has now had a variety of shows in Californiadont miss his upcoming exhibit at Demossa Gallery, which will display his unpredictable take on every-day life.
Thu., Feb. 4, 6 p.m., 2010