"Drawing on a range of visual strategies and materials, my work seeks to blend seemingly competing elements taken from history, science, religion, and other systems of knowledge, creating an elusive space verging on abstraction."
Dominic Guarnaschelli is a multidisciplinary artist working in photography, sculpture, painting, drawing and video. He received a bachelor of arts from the University of Notre Dame in 2001, and a master of fine arts from Florida State University (FSU) in 2004. His artwork has been featured in several solo and group exhibits, including False Testimony at the Kentucky School of Art and the KY7 Biennial at the Lexington Art League. In 2005, Guarnaschelli was awarded the FSU visiting artist/teaching fellowship in Florence, Italy. He has taught studio art and design courses at the college level since 2003. In addition to his studio practice, Guarnaschelli works as curator of exhibits at the Kentucky Derby Museum.
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