'Tongue in Cheek' Opens at the Mystic Museum of Art

Mystic, CT – Mystic Museum of Art (MMoA) announces the opening of TONGUE IN CHEECK exhibit. The exhibition, which is sponsored by the Edward and Mary Lord Foundation, will be on view in the MMoA galleries September 28th – November 10th, from 11am to 4pm on weekdays and 11pm to 5pm on weekends.
TONGUE IN CHEEK is a solo exhibition of the work of Bryan Gorneau, an award-winning sculptor and mixed media artist from the Connecticut shoreline. Gorneau plays with events and visuals of pop culture, incorporating elements of traditional Americana like famous images, photographs, street signs, and historic headlines to invite the viewer to rethink various cultural concepts and the status quo.

Gorneau is a graduate of both the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts and the Central Wyoming College Welding Program, and apprenticed with renowned local sculptor Gilbert Boro. A member of Gallery One and frequent contributor to juried shows at MMoA, Gorneau has shown at various venues throughout the country, including the Hygienic Art Gallery in New London, CT; the Art Spot International Art Fair in Miami, FL; and most recently in the Hoxie Gallery at the Westerly Public Library.
Please join us for the opening reception for both TONGUE IN CHEEK and the 40th Photo Show next Thursday, October 4th, from 5:30 to 7pm.