Jason Dussault: Deconstructive/Constructive (Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery) Recap

Tonight I went to Jason Dussault: Deconstructive/Constructive at the Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery. It was truly a great night with a great crowd. Jason Dussault is amazing artist I was blown away by the work. Drinks were on deck for guest and the photos of the gallery and Jason bio is below.

 Dussault is a Vancouver and New York based artist whose practice focuses on combining traditional forms of mosaic with pop-culture characters from his childhood and the present. The works presented recall the power of childhood memories through iconic characters that resonate with human nature’s desire to retain an inner youth. Playful in nature yet anchored to the stringent values of adulthood, Dussault seeks to remind the viewer of a fragility that ultimately leads to self-awareness. This is the artist’s debut solo exhibition in New York. Dussault explains, “Growing up in a small rural Canadian town in the late seventies and early eighties with young parents struggling to find their way, I spent much of my time alone, and the only access to art I had was comic books. I would spend hours trying to redraw these characters.  Deconstructive/Constructive is my tribute to comic book art, my first love and inspiration.”