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Vestige Concept Gallery Presents: Backroads: Art, Less Traveled. This exhibit seeks to showcase works of art that venture off the beaten path, especially with regard to travel. Artwork includes places or experiences involving hidden gems, special or unusual places, wanderings, odd travel, strange encounters, and/or "lost" and fading places.Find out more »
Denim, with all its symbols and dualities, is a common item of clothing that unites many around the globe. Dad Jeans, skinny jeans, low riders, bell bottoms, boot leg, wide leg, no leg, 501s, 504s, button fly, stretch jeans, the American dress code writ large across centuries. With so many styles available and ways to accessorize/manipulate the fabric, denim has historically allowed for a freedom of expression representing both individuality and shifts in cultural movements. Denim comes in a wide range of blues and other colors, washes, fades and textures making it a perfect, but not obvious, medium to create fine artwork. Join us now, for a re-imagining of the meaning of denim. Denim that was discarded can open up a new way of looking, a startling way of seeing past the everyday. What we have abandoned, will be presented again, re-purposed from the lives we lived, to moments we experience together “forever in blue jeans.”Find out more »
Verum Ultimum Gallery tasks artists to define “Liminal” for this first edition of this exhibition.
I am thrilled to be part of this first edition of the theme: LIMINAL, at Verum Ultimum Gallery through which artists are invited to explore the theme, LIMINAL in any interpretation.
Liminal is the space between. What significance does transition (or the “space between“) have in your work or your artistic voice? Does your work reflect the liminal aspects of our pandemic-impacted world and the adaptation to a post pandemic existence? Does your work represent and or challenge the threshold to a more equitable society? Or, perhaps it reflects a vehicle for expression through pure abstraction.
As with all Verum Ultimum's calls for art, the curator never seeks to drive the work, the only hope is to unveil unique visions. All mediums and modes of expression have been welcomed from low brow, pop surrealism, realism, abstraction, and more. The term Liminal may be interpreted in many ways, and is not necessarily meant to be a literal elucidation.Find out more »
"In 2011, we held the first Art of the Book exhibit in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Rochester Public Library. At the time, we wanted to celebrate what has been at the core of libraries for centuries–the book. We marveled over the intricate interpretations of this humble format, and we were thrilled with the response to the exhibit from the community.
In subsequent years, the exhibit has grown to include entries from all over the world, featuring well-known artists for their exquisite work. We have built a reputation worldwide among book artists, and we are so pleased to see that reputation upheld.
Books continue to ensnare the imagination, both for their form and content. Artists manipulate those two components to create breathtaking, mind-bending works of art that tease and cajole people to consider the intricacies of paper, ink, words, and meaning.Find out more »
Where is here? Can we be together? Can we find stability amidst uncertainty? Join artists Lionel Popkin, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario, Yrneh Gabon and Susie McKay Krieser, Lola del Fresno, Luciana Abait, Nicola Goode, Cognate Collective’s Market Exchange project, and Debra Disman in a one-night only interactive outdoor and indoor art experience as part of the exhibition Recovery Justice: Being Well.Find out more »
I am thrilled and honored to participate in the
16th Annual 2021 California Open at TAG Gallery in Los Ange;les.
Please join us for the Opening Saturday August 7th, 7-10PM.
Mariko Bird, Alejandro Borges, Jonathan Crow, Lynne Deutch, Debra Disman, Kevin Eaton, Louis Jacinto, Brian Knoerzer, Debbie Korbel, Kenny Kwon, Johnny Naked, Barbara Nathanson, Toban Nichols, Bryan Northup, Joe O'neill, Manaz Raiszadeh, Steven Rahbany, John Rushing, James Sloman, Joshua Tann, Michael Tole, Paul Valadez, Robin Walker, Paul Westacott, Tina Ybarra, R Zach Zecha, Jim Zver.