- Optic Elixir IV: July 24-30
Reception: Thursday July 24th (7-11pm)
Exhibition: July 24 – 30, 2014
This contemporary group exhibition which focuses on showcasing visual art that ventures into experimentation, divergent thinking, and/or challenges the viewer see or experience something different.
Curated by Callen Schaub
Featuring artworks by:
Illana Van Zyl
- All of the Lights: July 17-23 PHOTO ALBUMARTWORK PREVIEW
Reception: Saturday July 5th (1-5pm)
Exhibition: July 3 – 9, 2014
ALL OF THE LIGHTS is a contemporary group art exhibition that explores the universal effects of light in shaping, defining and inspiring art. This multi-media exhibition features a variety of artworks that explore, incorporate, or depict light in unique ways.
The versatility of light experienced on a daily basis presents opportunities for unique interpretations – making light a prominent element in artwork throughout history. Impressionists explored the effect of natural light on their surroundings, Modernists incorporated artificial light as medium, and the glow from technological devices continually fills contemporary spaces. Perceptions of surroundings are formed from the relationship between space and light giving artists a plethora of inspired translations to document, represent and express in their work.
Rosalind BreenReception: Saturday July 5th (1-5pm) Exhibition: July 3 – 9, 2014 ALL OF THE LIGHTS is a contemporary group art exhibition that explores the universal effects of light in shaping, defining and inspiring art. ...
- It Looks How It Looks PHOTO ALBUMARTWORK PREVIEW
Reception: Saturday July 12th 2014
Exhibition: July 10 – 16, 2014
Figurative art and portraiture offer a genuine opportunity to capture the honesty of the form, beauty and imperfections of a person. The perception of what is aesthetically pleasing has evolved as the world has: throughout our history we are inherently obsessed and driven by the definition of beauty. Inevitably we have become a people overwhelmed with a false sense of body; idealistic beauty is reinforced time and again through a constant bombardment of images, symbols and rhetoric emphasized by the media, and now accessible on a global scale.
If the medium is the message, then art has the ability to challenge superficial fantasies and explore raw and intimate human aesthetics. Project Gallery offers artists the opportunity to reject previous construction of the body and creatively explore the perception of the human form, boldly redefining the sublime image. IT LOOKS HOW IT LOOKS presents artworks that explore the limitations of figurative, representational, and portraiture.
Agent XReception: Saturday July 12th 2014 Exhibition: July 10 – 16, 2014 Figurative art and portraiture offer a genuine opportunity to capture the honesty of the form, beauty and imperfections of a person. The perception ...