Archive for January, 2013

Richard Bello’s Metaphysical Sculptures at Agora Gallery

Richard Bello’s Metaphysical Sculptures at Agora Gallery

| January 30, 2013

Richard Bello creates whimsically poignant sculptures from ceramic, fiberglass, and mixed media. The human figure plays a central role in his work; hints of Greco-Roman sculpture and the serene face of the Buddha are both apparent, and his handling of the human form is deft and graceful. Richard Bello-The Temple in You “The concept of […]

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Gabriele Maurus Mixed Media Collages in New York City

Gabriele Maurus Mixed Media Collages in New York City

| January 30, 2013

Behind the simple elegance of Gabriele Maurus’ mixed-media collages lies a method based on energy and artistic leaps of faith. Gabriele Maurus- 26 Dots Maurus creates each work spontaneously, in a second-to-second process of organic discovery and experimentation. The images themselves are non-representational and based on geometry, and can range from centimeters to several feet […]

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Emmanuelle Rivard: A Holistic View of the World at Agora Gallery

Emmanuelle Rivard: A Holistic View of the World at Agora Gallery

| January 30, 2013

Emmanuelle Rivard calls her painting “a mix between quantum physics and poetry.” However unusual that combination might be, it is clear that it fits Rivard’s work perfectly. Her dreamlike abstract images bring to mind the world that can be seen through a scientist’s microscope. Emmanuelle Rivard-Allegro Colors stream into each other with a free-flowing energy […]

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Dr. Diane M. Kline’s Textured, Intuitive Work at Agora Gallery

Dr. Diane M. Kline’s Textured, Intuitive Work at Agora Gallery

| January 30, 2013

Dr. Diane M. Kline is an intuitive painter, using a wide variety of media to achieve each painting’s unique goal. Dr. Diane M. Kline-Americana Drawn to texture and color, Kline expresses an organic, abstract vision of the beauty of nature using media such as metallic paint, recycled rocks, modeling clay, heavy acrylic paint, and paper […]

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The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art presents Nino Migliori exhibition

The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art presents Nino Migliori exhibition

| January 26, 2013

The Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art presents Nino Migliori Imagined Landscapes. The Places of Morandi, an exhibition on view 16 January – 7 April 2013, of delicately reworked Polaroid images by the renowned Italian photographer Nino Migliori. Nino Migliori, ‘Imagined Landscapes’ – The Places of Morandi, 1985 Created during the mid 1980s, these works […]

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Centre for Fine Arts shows ANTOINE WATTEAU The Music Lesson

Centre for Fine Arts shows ANTOINE WATTEAU The Music Lesson

| January 20, 2013

Centre for Fine Arts presents ANTOINE WATTEAU (1684-1721) The Music Lesson, an exhibition on view now through 12.05.2013. Antoine Watteau, La Partie Quarrée (detail), Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, Museum purchase, Mildred Anna Williams Collection 1977.8 Nearly thirty years after the last Antoine Watteau retrospective, BOZAR, in collaboration with the Palais des Beaux-Arts de […]

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Nationalmuseum acquires Flemish and Dutch cabinet paintings

Nationalmuseum acquires Flemish and Dutch cabinet paintings

| January 15, 2013

Nationalmuseum in Stockholm has acquired three important Flemish and Dutch cabinet paintings from the collection of Count Gustaf Adolf Sparre – a landscape by Gijsbrecht Leytens and two genre scenes in smaller format by David Teniers the Younger and Jacob Toorenvliet. The paintings have gilt frames decorated in Gustavian style, with the two latter works […]

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