Monday, January 24, 2011

Steve Williams' Show Opens This Thursday

I'm very excited about the new artists I have had the opportunity to exhibit and represent once we made the front portion of our store a gallery space. The first artist we showed in June and July was Asser Saint-Val. His work is surrealist with a whimsical nature that really captured me. He works with all sorts of media trying to achieve an array of textures. This collection was known as "The Melanin Project." I had to take home two pieces. Here are a few we showed:


I have also shown the work of a ceramist named Gerbi Tsesarskaia. She makes all her work out of soda fired grolleg porcelain which means it can be used functionally as it is safe to eat on, or aesthetically as art.

This Thursday is our opening reception for Steve Williams, who created a show entitled "Currency" for us. For those of you who may not know, I also maintain a blog on our website where you can read more about Steve and how he created this exhibition. If you're in the area I hope you will stop by to have a little wine and cheese with me, this Thursday, January 27th at 7 o'clock.

5 comments:

Topsy Turvy said...

Love all these artists - wish I could visit to see the show.
-Lana

Enzie Shahmiri * Portrait Artist said...

Lovely work! I love the vivid colors.

Beadboard UpCountry said...

Interesting work.. Why doesn't real money look that good????Maryanne;)

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Unique Jewelry Maker said...

That blue color in the pottery is gorgeous! I also love currency- wish USA was a little more creative in their makings of it:)

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