Issac Alcantar Exhibit at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center Regions Mini Gallery
Now on view at Quinlan Visual Arts Center Mini Gallery located at Regions Center is original art work by local artist Isaac Alcantar
Isaac Alcantar lives in Lawrenceville, GA. His work is inspired by his surroundings and culture.
“Art is an adventure of discovery that takes me on a journey of exposure using color, texture and subject. Art allows me to enjoy feelings of pleasure and emotion caused by living in a new culture.”
Alcantar studied drawing for two years with artist Bill Stevens at the Hudgens Art Center. His instructor suggested he explore painting. David Raderstorf, director of the Kudzu Art Zone, has been his mentor and painting instructor for the last five (5) years. Alcantar has entered (and been accepted) into eighteen (18) juried exhibitions including the Kudzu Open Exhibit and Georgia Watercolor Society member exhibition. In February 2018, Alacantar had his first solo exhibition at the Mexican consulate and following that was invited to exhibit another solo show at Clila- Coalicion De Lideres Latinos in Dalton.
Professional Memberships: Art Station (Stone Mountain), Atlanta Artist Center, Kudzu Art Zone (Norcross), Georgia Watercolor Society, Alpha Arts Guild (Alpharetta)
This show is one of many that will feature emerging North Georgia artists in a small local gallery housed at the Regions Center, 303 Jesse Jewell Parkway, downtown Gainesville through an ongoing partnership with the Quinlan Visual Arts Center.
The Quinlan Visual Arts Center, 514 Green Street, N.E. is located in the heart of the historic Green Street district of downtown Gainesville, Georgia. A comprehensive visual arts center operating for almost 70 years the benefit of the Northeast Georgia community, serving nearly 20,000 guests annually, the regular business hours of the Quinlan are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Admission to view the galleries is always free to the public. For more information, please call (770) 536-2575, and for exhibition information and photographs, please view the website atwww.qvac.org.