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“Fire in the Heart”, an exhibit of paintings by Foad Satterfield influenced by African art,as well as African art objects from his collection
Foad Satterfield paintings explode with color, light and texture. "Satterfield demonstrates the infinite possibilities of combining and reconfiguring, often from natural sources, the essence of sensations of color, light and reflections," said Allan Gordon, CSUS emeritus professor of art when Foad exhibited at the California State University a few years ago.
Alta Bates Summit Medical Center
Utilizing brush, knife, pencil, ink, paper, wood and canvas, Satterfield creates abstract impression paintings that he hopes will create a "dialogue" with his audience.
"I see my paintings as a vehicle or story which allow the viewer to establish an intimate relationship with the work," Satterfield said.
Satterfield received his master's degree in painting from Louisiana State University. For more than 27 years he has exhibited his work in California, Washington, Louisiana, France and Holland. Since 1980, Satterfield has been an art professor and curator at Dominican College in San Rafael San Marco Gallery ( 50 Acacia Avenue. San Rafael, CA 94901U.S.A. Phone: 415.457.4440)
Fire in the heart runs through March 2, 2007 at the Community Gallery at Alta Bates Medical Center, Berkeley San Francisco area.
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