Mason Saltarrelli creates dynamic narrative works on paper and wood that utilize religious, tribal and personal symbology to relay abstracted context.
Inspired through the folk tale, Saltarrelli intermixes icons, saints, kachinas and personal language for an open ended story. A weathered patina provides an agelessness further influenced by occasionally dating  pieces by the date of Saltarrelli’s birth, rather than chronologically.
Mason is originally from New Orleans and lives and works in Brooklyn.
Upcoming Shows:
July 19 – August 13, 2012.
Outeast Gallery
65 Tuthill Rd., Montauk, NY 11954.
Opening reception: Thursday. 7/19/12. 6pm.
(631) 668-2376
Montauk Indian Museum Benefit @ The Light House
Saturday July 21, 2012. 7;30 – 10:30 pm.
Two works on paper will be available during the silent auction.
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