“It’s Not a Dream,”
his first show at The Jung Center. Lassaulx says he came up with the title when pressed to explain the meaning of his art. “No, no, no. This is not a dream. My show is not a dream because I can explain perfectly. Everything is real.” There’s an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. November 4 where Lassaulx will share his technique.
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For artist Clemente Garcia Lassaulx, the creative process begins with an original score. “I write music, write down the chords and notes,” says Lassaulx. It is only then that the painting begins, fusing shapes and colors to create oils and acrylics with strong composition and harmony. About 30 of his works are on display in