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Ivy Brown Gallery presents So do I

The Ivy Brown Gallery is pleased to share ‘So do I’, artist Kenjiro Kitade’s search for the universal common ground in life, even in conflict. ‘Conflict is part of human nature, there is always a Side A and Side B in life and in this show it is the spectators point of view that I looking for, the place where we all can say “So Do I’ to each other and to ourselves.’

The main theme of Kitade’s artwork is focused on questioning.  The sources of the ideas are picked up from his own life experiences, starting from personal experiences and expanding into what’s happening in the world, including history, current event and future issues.  Based on these themes, He questions why it’s happening, what’s the real meaning, Kitade wants to point out these issues to people. “I would be very happy if my pieces triggered discussions with those who see my artwork.  Each piece of artwork has a theme and its own point of view, a sarcastic nuance, and I want to plant a seed in the viewers’ hearts and minds.”

The exhibition opens December 6th and runs January 6th. The artists reception is December 6th doors open at 6:00pm.

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AWAD at Miami Art Week

Miami has recovered from the deluge and is open for the business of Art Fairs. The Association of Women Art Dealers is pleased to announce that a quartet of member galleries are participating in a variety of fairs during Miami Art Week. Visit them all! Complimentary shuttle buses to all of Art Miami’s venues will allow patrons to hop from fair to fair with ease. Fairs run from December 6th – December 10th. Please follow links to learn more about the galleries and fairs.

 

Context Art Miami

Accola Griefen Gallery – Booth 201

Susan ELey Fine Art – Booth C318

Arteria Gallery – Booth C27

 

INK Miami Art Fair –
presented by the IFPDA

TAG Fine Arts

 

Aqua Art Miami

Arteria Gallery – Room 225

 

 

Art Miami

 

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Kathryn Markel Fine Arts presents ECHOES – a group show

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present Echoes, a group show of works that are manifestations of loss featuring artists Peter Hoffer, Sarah Irvin, Jeffrey Cortland Jones, Ryan Sarah Murphy, and Dana Oldfather (Dana Oldfather, “Porch Lights On” above).

An echo, at its core, is a distant version of what it once was. A sound reverberates, then fades. It can be a haunting memory, or instill a sense of wonder. An echo can also be a reminiscence, a nod to something that came before it. The present echoes the past. It is not a perfect replication of it, but an acknowledgment of its heritage.

The works collected in this group show are echoes both in process and in concept. Their origins are transformed and concealed. The resulting piece appears to be its own entity, but still contains whispers of how it began. There is a loss of form, color, or imagery, but that does not detract from what remains. These artists are also investigating the loss of places, time, objects, and concepts as they create so that the work itself becomes an homage, an echo, to these distant sources.

On View November 30th – December 23rd, 2017

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Sara Nightingale Gallery is pleased to present new and recent works by Perry Burns, Cara Enteles and Anne Raymond

Sara Nightingale Gallery is pleased to present new and recent works by Perry Burns, Cara Enteles and Anne Raymond. opening Saturday, Nov. 25, 5:00 -7:00 p.m. The exhibition will run through Dec. 31.

Perry Burns makes making paintings that merge the traditions of Islamic pattern and abstract expressionism. Burns’ focus is on color, shape, line, mark, texture and pattern. “I do not want to reproduce the visible, I want to create an experience of perception.”

Cara Enteles is best known for her nature/ landscape paintings on aluminum and plexiglas panels, which combine silkscreen printing and oil painting with other techniques.  “In my mind the trees and plants of the paintings represent nature as a being. They exude power that humans continually try to manipulate.”

Anne Raymond exhibited nationally and internationally, and her work is held in the permanent collections of major museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. “In both my large abstract oils on canvas and my works on paper, I’m interested in the evocative power of inferred space and energy beyond the edges of the canvas.”

The exhibition opens Saturday November 25th 5 – 7 and runs through Dec. 31.

Cara Enteles, Backroads, Oil and silkscreen on acrylic sheet in two panels, 45″ x 68″
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Woods in Winter coming soon to the Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford (25/Nov-31/Dec)

More spectacular than ever before, Sarah Wiseman Gallery’s Christmas exhibition this year is themed around snowy woods and star-lit winter nights. ‘We’ve asked artists to respond to a theme this year: ‘Woods in Winter’ – which has given the work an exciting new edge,’ says gallery director Sarah Wiseman. ‘Artists like Daniel Ablitt, who specialises in atmospheric landscape, will be making new works that are inspired by Nordic landscape – the woods, mountains and snow that has inspired countless fairy tales and myth.’

The exhibition aims to be a more immersive experience for visitors and those seeking beautiful gifts for friends and family. ‘Woods in Winter’ is so evocative, and is open to many interpretations from artists and makers alike’, says Sarah. ‘You can imagine scenes of fireside tales, intriguing pathways, that hush of snow blanketed everywhere- we’re very excited to see what artists come up with!’

New to the gallery will be Flora McLachlan, whose twilit images are an exploration of ancient and enchanted landscapes. She is best known for her etchings which are carefully constructed and layered with various techniques to achieve a time-worn look and softly lit atmosphere. One of McLachlan’s painting is shown here courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery.

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