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Posts Tagged ‘landscape’

Susan Eley Fine Art presents Found in Translation

Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to present their spring show FOUND IN TRANSLATION a two-person exhibition featuring new paintings by Franco-British artist Sarah Picon, and paintings by Los Angeles based artist Chase Langford.

This is Sarah Picon’s second solo show at the gallery. Her intimate still lifes, portraits and landscapes evoke European Modernism in its many artistic styles and movements, glimpsed through a contemporary lens. In the South Gallery, the grouping of more than a dozen paintings include small works in acrylic of fruit or flowers resting on tables, portraits of women in profile or in contemplation and seated at a table.

Chase Langford has been featured in two group exhibitions at SEFA and one solo exhibition. The selected abstract paintings in the North Gallery are drawn from his Morphic series of biomorphic and organic forms, and his Del Mar series, featuring a more linear style, suggesting striations or waterways.  As we look at Langford’s paintings, a funny thing happens to the mind. We recall birds eye views of landscapes glimpsed from airplanes. But seen from a different vantage point, we could be looking into a cross section of a magnificent rock or gemstone.

The exhibition is from April 20-June 1, 2017 with an opening reception on Thursday, April 20, 6-8 PM.


More or Less at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts ongoing May 6th 2017

Sunday, April 16th, 2017
Painting courtesy of the gallery 2016, I.III

 Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present More or Less, Stephen Pentak’s eighth solo show with the gallery.  

 Stephen Pentak‘s landscapes are variations on iconic themes. The scenes he paints from memory are familiar like a favorite bend in a river from childhood, and relish in how light affects nature. They appear tranquil and pristine from afar. Yet, as you step closer the evidence of his untraditional tools appear. His sweeping broad strokes of individual color are revealed, and one realizes that Pentak leans far more toward abstraction than originally perceived.

Peter Kettle’s new exhibition ‘On Meadow and River’ at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery

Monday, January 23rd, 2017

Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents brand new work by acclaimed young landscape painter Peter Kettle in a new exhibition ‘On Meadow and River’.

Inspired by the varied and rugged landscape of the British countryside, Peter Kettle is a young painter best known for his expressive, textured landscapes, most notably of his native Wales.

For this exhibition at Sarah Wiseman Gallery, he finds inspiration in the wide expanses and gentle hills of Oxfordshire. Beginning with a walk along the Glyme Valley Way from Chipping Norton to Woodstock, Peter will make a journey through the county, exploring the history and ancient lore of the land, taking in locations like Christchurch Meadow and Oxford itself. Attracted by the city’s natural location, Peter’s work lends itself well to its cobbled streets and verdant surroundings.  Click here to read more.

Wild Giants, Samantha Gare’s new exhibition at Curious Duke Gallery

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

London’s Curious Duke Gallery is proud to announce the truly epic upcoming solo show of breakthrough artist Samantha Gare from the 1st – 30th September 2016 Wild Giants. Private view will be 1st sept 6-9 exhibition will be open to public until the 31st Sept.

In these times of political and economic turmoil, Gare’s soaring mountainscapes offer a welcome respite: a chance to step out of the smoke, chaos and tribulations of London, into the undiscovered wildernesses at the fringes of the planet.

Influenced largely by her own trips to some of the wildest places on earth, Wild Giants captures the remote, sweeping majesty of the edges of the world: the high places where humankind is nothing more than a spec on the landscape. (more…)

Candida Stevens Fine Art presents ‘Traces of Places’ in her new Chichester gallery space

Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Candida Stevens Fine Art recently opened a brand new gallery space in Chichester. TRACES OF PLACES is an exhibition that features the work of seven Contemporary artists and their interpretation of space and place. The five painters, Wendy Connelly, Rob Lyon (whose landscape is shown here courtesy of Candida Stevens), Girogia Siriaco, Olivia Stanton and Lisa Traxler make reference to nature, the lie of the land, the shapes that are found within it.  While they have a common organic palette their treatment of the subject is unique.

Maureen Brigden’s sculpture refers to man’s passage within those spaces relating specifically to the history of Chichester and Jad Oake’s video installations refer to the time and preservation of two places of vital importance to us all, the sun and moon.

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