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Opening Party
Friday, April 11, 6-8PM

It may be the cozy corner table in your favorite restaurant, the dancing shadows of leaves on the ground beneath a towering tree, the wide open landscape under a stormy sky, the warmth of good conversation beneath the stars, the ocean breeze on an evening stroll-all such moments wrap us in atmosphere, the intangible maker of mood and memories.

A number of our artists have created works that capture the magic of mood and resonant ambiance in ethereal landscapes, sunny outdoor caf├ęs, dreamy windowscapes, coastal scenes, flowering fields, and more, meticulously crafted in a variety of styles. Participating artists include John Agnew, Stephen Bach, David Michael Beck, Tom Bluemlein, John Michael Carter, Ellen Diamond, Pam Folsom, Adam Hayward, Karen Hollingsworth, Ober-Rae Starr Livingstone, Matthew Metzger, James O'Neil, Hugh O'Neill, and Thalia Stratton.

April 11 – April 26, 2014

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Opening Party
Friday, May 9, 6-8PM

The figure in art is classical, universal, and has been part of art history since the earliest prehistoric cave paintings. Yet "figurative art" is not synonymous with art that represents the human figure, although human and animal figures are frequent subjects. The focus of our Figurative Invitational, however, is the human figure and 17 artists whose work celebrates the human form have created new works, in styles ranging from expressionist to realism.

Our invited artists include Kevin Beilfuss, Ron Hicks, Timothy Jahn, America Martin, Victoria Novak, Zhaoming Wu, and Ilya Zomb. Gallery artists include Anthony Ackrill, John Michael Carter, Johanne Cullen, Randy Ford, Carlos Gamez de Francisco, Daniel E. Greene, Rob Jefferson, Anne-Marie Kornachuk, Ron Monsma, and sculptor Bill Starke.
May 9 – May 25, 2014

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The Exotic World of HUNT SLONEM

Opening Party
Friday, May 30, 6-9 PM

Artist's Talk & Book Signing
Thursday, May 29
(venue and time TBA)
Hunt Slonem will speak, and sign his newest book, BUNNIES

The list of museums that include works in their permanent collections by American neo-expressionist Hunt Slonem reads like a list of the most important institutions in the United States. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Smithsonian Institution, The National Gallery-to name just a few. More than 100 museums around the world, as well as important corporate and private collections, proudly display the artists colorful, vibrant, patterned paintings of exotic birds, bunnies, butterflies, monkeys, portraits of the famous and celebrated, as well as saints and siddhas.

Dominique Nahas, author of the monograph, The Worlds of Hunt Slonem, writes of the artist and his work:

"Profuse. Profound. Transcendent. Jubilant. In his life as in his art. Hunt Slonem is all of these things and more. He is an inveterate collector of the inanimate (chandeliers, furniture, candlesticks, even plantations) and animate (a menagerie of exotic birds), and his art, too, is accumulative; a governing principle of his painting and sculpture is multiplicity-of subject and of pattern."

Born in Maine but highly influenced by the places he lived and worked as a youth-a boyhood in Hawaii, teen years in Nicaragua, and his training at Tulane University, New Orleans-all cemented his passion for exotic creatures and southern excess.

We are more than thrilled to share The Exotic World of HUNT SLONEM with you.

May 30 – June 29, 2014

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