Mark Brosmer: "Look Out".


A Tour-De-Force in hyper realism, "Look Out" is a collection of oil paintings from Brosmer's 'Rain Drops' series alongside his Glass Blocks paintings, detailing his seamless thematic transition through the elements of liquidity and reflection.

Viva Italia! GDCA is proud to present "Evoluzione e Metamorfosi di Arte" - A group show produced and curated by Alfio Borghese in collaboration with Gallery Area Contesa Arte, Dale Youngman and GDCA.


"Evoluzione e Metamorfosi di Arte" features the diverse artworks of twenty nine artists from Rome, exhibiting paintings, mixed media, photography and sculpture.


Participating Artists
ISABEL ALEDO, SIMONE ALLIONE, EMMANUELA THESSALONICA ANDREOZZI, DAMIANO CONTI BORBONE, WALTER CAPRIOTTI, CRISTINA CHIESI, ORNELLA CICUTO, VINCENZO CONTINO, DOMENICO SALVATORE DORE, ENRICO FANCIULLI, PAOLA GALLANA, PAOLA LATROFA, DOMENICO MANCUSO, FIORELLA MANZINI, DAVID MANNARINO, SUSANNA MARABINI, PATRIZIO MARAFINI, DARIO MASCIALE,
LAURA MINUTI, NATALIA ORSINI, STEFANO PASSONI, MAXIMILIANO PELLEGRINI, CARLA ROMANI, MARIO RUSSO, LOREDANA SALA, MARIO SALVO, ELISABETTA SFARDA, ANAI CONTRERAS SOTO, ENZA TASSITANI, ELISABETTA TROMBETTI, ANNA TRZUSKOLAS & BROOKE HARKER.

I look at the sheer volume of work required to complete one of my raindrop canvasses and my first thought is, “What was I thinking?” 


Of course, I know what got me started. It was the rarity and beauty of a rainy day in Los Angeles, looking through my car’s windshield at the way the landscape ahead was distorted and repeated in each individual drop. 


And I started painting. Thousands and thousands of raindrops later the exploration in distortion would lead me to my glass blocks, where the landscape on the other side of the glass is so altered it challenges the viewer to mentally recreate what can’t be clearly seen.


Some 30 Canvasses later and I’m still fascinated by these paintings: The bending of the light, the liquidity of the glass, the rigidity of the water, changing what and how we experience seeing. The result is something special. Rare and welcomed.


Like a rainy day in Los Angeles.


- Mark Brosmer

"Love The Beauty in EVERYTHING" - Alfio Borghese, Curator / Producer of Viva Italia: Evoluzione e Metamorfosi di Arte"