Hibbleton Presents: Separately Together

October 18, 2012 in Downtown Fullerton Art Walk

You are cordially invited to Hibbleton Gallery’s next exhibit, “Separately Together: Toying with Kewpies and Fragmenting the Figure” featuring artwork by Katerina Perdue and Christopher Synicky. The opening reception is Friday, November 2, 2012 from 6-10pm, during the Downtown Fullerton Art Walk. As always, this event is FREE and open to the public.

In their first two-person art show, Katerina and her fiance Christopher combine their artwork to display a complicated and exciting juxtaposition of how two seemingly different artists work together. They met as art students at CSUF, and they have studied and exhibited their work in Philadelphia, Portland, and now California.

Christopher Synicky is a representational painter who combines traditional techniques with contemporary imagery. He uses past influences from 18th and 19th century artists and poets such as Degas, Sargent, Dickinson, Baudelaire and the inspiration of the Renaissance and the Classical genre.

Katerina’s narrative paintings juxtapose the extraordinary, nostalgic, symbolic, and unusual. Inspiration for her work includes sideshow freaks, rotten teeth, bottles of booze, and old broken toys. She sees beauty in places where many see only ugliness, and she has a unique obsession with kewpie dolls.

Hope to see you there!


Hibbleton Gallery
Katerina Perdue
Christopher Synicky
The Magoski Arts Colony