By Nancy Heins-Glaser
Special to Village News 

'The Faces Of San Diego' exhibit portrays people without homes

 

Last updated 6/9/2021 at 12:17pm

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A human without a home is the subject of one of the paintings in Kyle Denning's "Faces on the Streets of San Diego" exhibit.

The FAA Gallery, a professional members gallery, will present an "Evening with Kyle Denning," the San Diego area's premiere opening reception June 26 will feature the artist's traveling exhibit series "Faces on the Streets of San Diego." Denning is a former Fallbrook resident and Fallbrook Art Association member.

Denning's collection travels directly from The Arrowhead Gallery, St. George's, Utah where this remarkable series first premiered to amazed and enthusiastic gallery-goers. "Faces..." is a remarkable and sensitive portrayal of human beings without homes.

This stunning large oil painting collection captures the inner souls of "those who are houseless" on the streets of America's finest city. For those seeking to shine a light on world issues but also love great paintings "this art's for you." In fact, this exhibit is pretty much tailor-made for almost every art lover with a social conscience and eyes to see. Its authentic nature is because Denning is a true "artivist" who doesn't even know he is one. His motivations were at once personal – and yet universal – for completing this series.


Denning's honest body of work allows us to "see with our hearts"' when we often stare past street people without thinking. The exhibit provides an opportunity to not only raise our own awareness but find like-minded people who care to gather. Go to www.kyledenning.com for more information and artwork.

The exhibit will be shown from June 26 to July 17; Opening Reception is June 26, 4-6 p.m. at 127 North Main and Hawthorne. Contact the FAA Gallery for hours or specific information, 760-645-0491.

Kyle Denning

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Guests can meet artist Kyle Denning at a reception for his art exhibit which opens at the FAA's The Gallery, June 26.

 

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