An opening reception was held in honor of ‘Bronx Faces: A Solo Exhibition by Annie Legnini’ on Saturday, June 9 at the Huntington Free Library
Bronx Faces Showcases Borough’s Diversity
A portrait depicting Soundview resident Alyssa was a sight to behold.
Art imitates life in a brand new exhibit on display in Westchester Square! An opening reception was held in honor of ‘Bronx Faces: A Solo Exhibition by Annie Legnini’ on Saturday, June 9 at the Huntington Free Library. The Morris Park artist created this series by taking photo submissions from people all across the borough and transforming their portraits into lifelike mixed media masterpieces using everyday materials. The exhibition documenting the Bronx experience through culture, race and class will be on display until Wednesday, June 27.
A lifelike portrait and mini biography gave some insight into Throggs Neck resident Josh’s life.
Artist Annie Legnini (l) and her proud mother Susan attended the opening reception.
Jessenia Lopez was amazed by her lifelike portrait created by Annie Legnini.
A portrait of Domenic, a Belmont Avenue and East 187th Street resident.
Edward Olvarez and his portrait created by Annie Legnini beared a striking resemblance.
Updated 5:16 pm, July 9, 2018