Caligiuri and Gribaudo
Exhibition closed: September 19, 2022
Interested in the interplay between what nature has created, and what man creates in organic environments, Jorge Caligiuri works primarily in fresco and encaustic mediums, sometimes combining multiple techniques, to create abstract and often minimal paintings. Louis Gribaudo’s work is inspired by diverse sources, such as patterns, sound waves, and geometry. He employs a process driven call & response approach with the aesthetic goal of balancing shifting degrees of chaos and potential through the orchestration of organic and geometric structures.
About the artists:
Jorge Caligiuri, born in 1958 in Rosario, Argentina, received his BA in architecture at the UBA, University of Buenos Aires in 1992. He worked for many years and traveled the world as an interior designer, moving to the United States in 2004 and beginning to paint as a solo endeavor. His work has been exhibited in galleries in Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY; and Washington, DC; as well as many private collections.
Louis Gribaudo is a Philadelphia, PA based artist, graphic designer, and musician. Gribaudo attended The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts from 1978 – 1980, studying figure drawing with Marshall Glasier. He received several awards, including the Myrtle Jarvis Watercolor Award in 1994 from the Wayne Art Center, and the Canson Paper Prize in 2007 from The Main Line Center for the Arts. His paintings and commissions are included in many private collections.