Mel Leach-Northern Butterfly

Mel Leach’s Photography Connects Us With The Permanent Beauty Of Nature

Inspired by the natural beauty of Minnesota and Ontario, photographer and wilderness traveler Mel Leach will immerse himself in a location for days at a time, waiting patiently for just the right moment.
“I try to …

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440 Gallery Presents Food for Thought, Annual Theme Show

July 22, 2014 – 8:12 am | Comments Off

Brooklyn, NY– Ever since our ancestors depicted the hunt for dinner on the walls of caves, cuisine and its culture have always met in the visual arts. 440 Gallery hosts their annual summer theme show Food for Thought, a national juried exhibition exploring food in all its manifestations.

Dani Stelle, Found Food (Broadway & 82), photography, 24"x20

Dani Stelle, Found Food (Broadway & 82), photography, 24″x20

For many of the selected works the cliche “starving artist” has less to do with physical hunger and more to do with the disconnection between nourishment and the food we eat: a photograph of a blue-tinged chicken carcass, a mosaic made up of brightly colored cereals, and a cake made of cement. They suggest metaphysical starvation in a land of plenty. The following 26 artists have been selected by the juror Jennifer Coates: Elizabeth Albert, Alan Alejo, Sarah Allen, Eric Banks, Zel Brook, Mitsuko Brooks, Bill Cullen, Patricia Denys, Mary DeVincentis, Andrew Francis, Lauren Garfinkel, Neal Levin, Brooke Marcy, Tali Margolin, Laura Murray, Lucas Novaes, Gun Roze, Toni Silber-Delerive, Frances Sniffen, Dani Stelle, James Strong, Meagan Thompson, Lisa Tubach, Melissa Walker, Hyeonkyeong Yeo, Rachel Youens. The exhibition will run from Thursday, August 21, through Saturday, September 13, 2014, with an opening reception on Thursday, August 21, 6:00-9:00 PM.

The juror for this year’s Theme Show is Jennifer Coates, a painter, musician and writer living in New York City. She has written reviews of art exhibits for publications such as Time Out New York, Art in America and The Brooklyn Rail, and has taught in art programs around the country. She has also widely exhibited her work in numerous group shows and has had solo shows at Feigen Contemporary, Kevin Bruk Gallery and Luxe Gallery.

Check the gallery’s website, www.440gallery.com, for more information.

Dayton Ohio Artist to Unveil Sculpture in Local/International Arena

July 20, 2014 – 8:01 am | Comments Off
Taylor bronze bust by artist Virginia Krause Hess

Dayton-Area Sculptor Virginia Krause Hess is to unveil her most-recent public display sculpture at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, an International tourist attraction, on Monday, July 21 at 10 AM.
The sculpture, a …

Sera Kodama Creates Paintings of Whimsy and Wonder

July 18, 2014 – 2:18 pm | Comments Off
Sera Kodama-Basic Rhythm

Filled with a purity of emotion and an elegant sensitivity to color and form, Sera Kodama’s paintings celebrate the act of discovery and creation with an emphasis on happiness and harmony.
With their vividly bright and …

Noor Suthar ‘s Universal Visions

July 18, 2014 – 2:17 pm | Comments Off
Noor Suthar – Cool Dream

Drawing on many artistic traditions, Noor Suthar paints colorful geometric studies, naturalistic and expressive figures, and passionately stylized spiritual themes, all with an appealing warmth and freedom.
Human relationships are at the heart of Noor’s art, …

Olga Grinblat. Photographs of the Poetic

July 18, 2014 – 2:16 pm | Comments Off
Olga Grinblat-Rub al Khali

Driven by a desire to find and describe beauty within her camera lens, Ukrainian-born artist Olga Grinblat creates photographs that arrest the inherent poetry of the world around us.
Whether focusing on natural wonders, still lifes …

Siddhartha Dhamankar. Life and Landscape

July 18, 2014 – 2:15 pm | Comments Off
Siddhartha Dhamankar-Mosque at Fort Lohagad

A majestic opulence characterizes the work of Indian artist Siddhartha Dhamankar. Looking to the innate elegance of the natural world for his subject, Dhamankar paints landscapes and architecture with a soulful veracity of theme.
Studying his …

Aimee Gillen. Constructing Unbelievable Color

July 17, 2014 – 5:12 pm | Comments Off
Aimee Gillen-Organized Chaos

Aimee Gillen’s highly sophisticated acrylic and glass pieces meld organic forms with unbelievable color. Her works are sensual two-dimensional pieces painted on canvases several feet across.
Because her materials can be alternately very thin or thick, …

Stuart Burton. Mirror of Myth

July 17, 2014 – 2:11 pm | Comments Off

Using bold colors and dynamic forms, American artist Stuart Burton’s most recent works translate the narrative texts of the Jewish Bible into a timeless visual experience that resonates with all viewers. “The goal isn’t really …

Charlotte Lisboa. Visions of Sensual Serenity

July 1, 2014 – 1:56 pm | Comments Off
Charlotte Lisboa

Throughout Charlotte Lisboa’s sensual visions of the female form one discovers a luscious softness and warmth infused with the spirit of her subjects. As they luxuriate in peaceful repose, Charlotte’s women seem lost in contemplation …

Carnegie Museum of Art Hillman Photography Initiative

July 1, 2014 – 1:55 pm | Comments Off
Adam-Ryan

It pervades our world. Every day, millions of images are created, appropriated, and erased from existence. Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hillman Photography Initiative, an incubator for innovative thinking about the photographic image, launches today, with …

Adam Kiger. A Mirror to the Human Soul

July 1, 2014 – 1:54 pm | Comments Off
Adam Kiger

At first glance, the haunting and mysterious paintings of Adam Kiger seem to have dark, almost Gothic overtones.
A closer look, however, reveals the emotional underpinnings of these works, which are about the journey of the …