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WINDY WEATHER WARNING : The Time to Act is Now

As the windows start rattling in the wind and a tumbleweed of litter rushes down the street it’s clear we’re heading into winter storm season. Just as our cousins in the southern States have watched Hurricane season since May, in the UK, Europe and North America we will have one eye on the weather forecast for the next five months, wondering whether we’ll get snowed in, cut off, flooded or lose windows in the gales.

Although winter storms rarely cause significant risk to life, the frequency of low-level damage and interruption to services is high, and businesses can be crippled for days or even weeks after a severe storm.

Gallery owners may have cause for concern;

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ARTful exhibiting works by Furrah Syed

ARTful is delighted to be exhibiting four pieces of artwork by  Furrah Syed and hope you enjoy the new selection of work now on display on the ground floor reception.

Furrah Syed is a London-based abstract artist who specialises in painting heavily-textured canvases using acrylics, oils and mixed-media.  She studied Fine Art and Textile Design along with Art History in London.

Furrah’s works show a strong commitment to colour, texture and movement. Focusing primarily on ‘pure’ colour, Furrah uses the canvas as a vehicle to promote the energy created by the interaction of pigment with brushes and various other tools. Her bold experimentation using mixed media have been well received within the art community. Her paintings have a very strong visual effect and compel the viewer to delve into the world of a purely abstract expression of vivid emotion and raw energy.

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AWAD at Miami Art Week

The Association of Women Art Dealers (AWAD) hits Miami for Art Week come and meet us!  AWAD will be hosting tours and other gatherings throughout the week. If you would like to be notified about these happenings please send an email to global@womenartdealers.org.

We are also pleased to announce that a trio of AWAD member galleries, representing our three chapters will be showing at three different fairs. Visit them all! Miami Art Week takes place December 5th – 9th.

Pulse 

Accola Griefen Gallery – Booth N211

Featuring artists – Gina Adams, Mary Grigoriadis and JUdy Pfaff

IFPDA’s INK Miami Art Fair 
TAG Fine Arts

Featuring artists – Tessa Shaw, Ed Hodgkinson, Adam Dant, Chuck Elliott, David Spiller, Yanko Tihov, Katsutoshi Yuasa, Rob Ryan, Lawrie Hutcheon and Adam Bridgland.

Art Miami

Featuring artists – Tom Leighton, Deborah Azzopardi, Klari Reis and Andy Burgess. Azita Moradkhani, Oliver Jones, Fabiano Parisi, Eleanor Watson and Isabelle van Zeijl; alongside Young Masters ceramicists – Tessa Eastman, Zemer Peled and Dirk Staschke.

 

Mimi Saltzman, Woman in Gold, mixed media on canvas, 36 x 60

Sara Nightingale Gallery is pleased to present Timeshapers

Sara Nightingale Gallery is pleased to present Timeshapers, recent work by Paul O’Connor, Mimi Saltzman and Johnny Wong, opening Saturday, Dec.1 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. The exhibition runs through Dec. 28.

Timeshapers brings together three friends who met five years ago in the art community of Taos, NM. One of them, Mimi Saltzman, was given an antique hourglass, which became her “shape muse”. The other two, Paul O’Connor and Johnny Wong, subvert the traditional rectangular form of painting by employing hexagons and quadrilaterals or rotating the square to a diamond shape. While Saltzman and Wong specifically address time as a subject of their work, O’Connor’s wall pieces, with their “meditation holes”, encourage the viewer to experience mindful expansion, which can temporarily alter a viewer’s perception of time. The three friends, based in Taos, Sag Harbor and New York, bridge time-zones and geographies with their artistic relationship. When Johnny Wong stacks two diamond shaped paintings, one on top of the other, the resulting shape nods to the hourglass in Saltzman’s work. Similarly, O’Connor’s geometric shapes include diamonds which echo Wong’s.

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Something Blue at Panepinto Galleries

PANEPINTO GALLERIES, in collaboration with SPEAR STREET CAPITAL, presents SOMETHING BLUE, highlighting artwork by four artists based in Jersey City and West Orange, New Jersey – Stephen Cimini, Candy Le Sueur, Tatsuro Nishimura and Shari-Beth Susskind. The exhibition closes on May 1, 2019.

From symbolism, to psychology, to décor, to art – the most popular color in the world by far is the color Blue. Color is integral within our society and evokes a myriad of sensations and memories. Blue is found in nature in pale Blue skies and deep Blue waters, which have the psychological affect of being and calm and serene. Blue also portrays stability and reliability and has even been proven that people are more productive in Blue rooms. Wisdom, inspiration, communication, and the gift of word and song are some spiritual beliefs associated with the color Blue. Colors have meaning and have been used as powerful symbols throughout time.

Using various mediums, see how these four artists are bringing the magic of “Something Blue” into their art and inspiring our lives. The artists featured in this exhibition will explore the color Blue through an underling theme of abstraction through the use of oil paint, resin, acrylic paint and photography.

From symbolism, to psychology, to décor, to art – the most popular color in the world by far is the color Blue. Color is integral within our society and evokes a myriad of sensations and memories. Blue is found in nature in pale Blue skies and deep Blue waters, which have the psychological affect of being and calm and serene. Blue also portrays stability and reliability and has even been proven that people are more productive in Blue rooms. Wisdom, inspiration, communication, and the gift of word and song are some spiritual beliefs associated with the color Blue. Colors have meaning and have been used as powerful symbols throughout time. Using various mediums, see how these four artists Stephen Cimini, Candy Le Sueur, Tatsuro Nishimura and Shari-Beth Sussman are bringing the magic of “Something Blue” into their art and inspiring our lives. The artists featured in this exhibition will explore the color Blue through an underling theme of abstraction through the use of oil paint, resin, acrylic paint and photography.

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