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Posts Tagged ‘Gallery exhibitions’

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R. J. Kern - The Best of the Best

"The Best of the Best" records champion animals at the 2018 Minnesota State Fair, one of the most competitive animal contests in the world. Animal breeding, like photography, has been an area of both technical and material evolution. This series explores the relationship between the present and the past, drawing parallels between early animal contests…

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Andrea Pramuk framing in her studio

Andrea called to order some frames because she was working on an exhibition. Since she works in larger sizes, we thought it would be interesting to show her framing in her studio. She said she wasn't a video expert but agreed to give it a try. She sent us videos of each different aspect of…

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Helen Cantrell at The White Gallery in Lakeville Connecticutt

“I need lots of color in an image that strikes me. I use a lot of drips and flung slashes of paint. The result is expressive pieces in which swaths of yellow, orange, and violet evoke paths and fields and features a mix of abstraction and figuration, with vibrant bright hues, visible brushwork, and a…

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Richard Kirk Mills: Recent Paintings - Windows and Landscapes

“I paint directly from subjects in my familiar surroundings. The poetry of place arises from my own personal mythology: a longing for lost homes; a remembrance of water; of daydreaming looking out of windows: of silence. I occasionally make a pilgrimage, but for the most part, it’s just there, in front of me. From my…

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Jeffrey Vaughn at George Billis Gallery in New York

Vaughn has focused his energies as an artist working in landscapes for over thirty years. Vaughn approaches his work with a quiet contemplativeness that reflects the serene aspects of the natural world and reveals the underlying spiritual nature that can be found in the environments he portrays. Crabapple Blossoms, 2019, oil on canvas, 30"x30” Last…

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Evelyn Patricia Terry at Lynden Sculpture Garden in Milwaukee

Over the course of more than fifty years, Evelyn Patricia Terry’s work has made several bodies of work that address the “conundrum of co-existence that repeatedly occupies the news, my thoughts, and many conversations.” In America’s Favor/Guests Who Came to Dinner (and Stayed!), Terry brings together different bodies of work: an iconic table installation, artist…

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Daniel Ranalli at Gallery Kayafas in Boston

Provincetown and the Outer Cape have a long history of painting. The artist's colony there is over 100 years old, and perhaps the oldest in the U.S. As with such places, there are certain subjects or motifs that are painted many times over the years by many artists. There is also a great deal of…

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Michael Dixon "I, Too, Sing America" at David Richard Gallery in New York

I, Too, Sing America, is an exhibition of recent and new paintings by artist Michael Dixon at David Richard Gallery. This series is comprised of self-portraits that explore blackness; the value of black bodies in America; historic violence against those bodies; and the artist’s feelings as a bi-racial Black man. The paintings are self-portraits and…

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Joanne Ungar "PAIN RELIEF" at Front Room Gallery in New York

Front Room Gallery is proud to present “Pain Relief “ by Joanne Ungar.  This solo exhibition features pigmented waxworks which embed evidence of current available methods to relieve physical or mental suffering. All the artwork in this show contains boxes for products that deliver pain relief, items for either numbing ourselves or for altering our…

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Geraldo de Barros at Document in Chicago

Document is presenting their second solo exhibition of the photographs of Geraldo de Barros.  The exhibit will be of a selection of earlier photographs the artist took between 1947 and 1954. The Fotoformas of Geraldo de Barros (1923-1998) were created from the late-1940s through early 1950s, largely in São Paulo. As fitting this period of…

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