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Barbara Stanley presents JB Vallely and Lorcan Vallely exhibition at City Hall in March

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

Barbara Stanley Gallery presents JB Vallely and Lorcan Vallely (whose Cross Country Race oil on canvas is shown here courtesy of the artist and Barbara Stanley) exhibition at City Hall in March. This exhibition of new paintings will be presented at the City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA from 13th to 31st March and will be included as part of St. Patrick’s Day, London Festival 2017.

Elisa Contemporary Art – “Through her Eyes: A Southern California Perspective of our World”.

Friday, February 24th, 2017

Elisa Contemporary Art is pleased to present “Through her Eyes:  A Southern California Perspective of our World“. This two-woman show features Southern California Abstract artists Kimber Berry and Stephanie Cate. The show runs through May 25th.

The artists interpret the universe in art – revealing their impressions of our environment on earth both naturally created and impacted by our human interactions, as well as our surrounding planets.

The exhibit will include two series by Kimber Berry  – Liquid Landscapes and Plastic Gardens. (Thank You for the Magic Carpet Ride 2014- featured above) Berry’s work represents the intersection of technology, nature and humanity.  Her paintings are boldly colorful, in constant motion and multi-dimensional.  She masterfully integrates cut and layered digital elements imposed on paper and vinyl with pure paint creating a dance between the virtual world and the organic universe.

Emerging Los Angeles artist, Stephanie Cate, takes  traveling far into space…approximately 390 million miles…and more precisely to the planet Jupiter.  The exhibit will feature the Europa series, both paintings on Wood Panel, and studies on paper.  This series is based on the moon, Europa and Cate’s fascination with this planet, it’s structure and the potential for life.

Gallery Elena Shchukina presents Amelie Ducommun’s Sensitive Water Mapping

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Gallery Elena Shchukina presents the first-ever UK exhibition for Amélie Ducommun.

The exhibition features works from the artist’s latest series Sensitive Water Mapping, exploring her long-standing interest in questions of time and memory, as experienced through the perception of the natural landscape. Driven by a constant search for the new, a “need to arrive at a place where everything needs to be felt for the first time”, Ducommun draws creative inspiration from discovering new panoramas and unfamiliar geographies.

Sensitive Water Mapping continues Gallery Elena Shchukina’s ongoing programme of exhibitions exploring our relationship with nature, with past shows by Allan Forsyth, Luke Jerram, Seung-Hwan Oh, Kyosuke Tchinai and Xawery Wolski.

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts presents Trine Bumiller’s Interference

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017
Pattern and Fragmentation, 2016

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present Interference, Trine Bumiller’s fifth solo show with the gallery through February 2017.

Trine Bumiller continues her investigations of landscape and memory with her latest body of work. Her paintings combine imagery of the organic world and of human construction, both as she observes them and through the altering lens of memory. Abstraction and hints of representation engage with one another in the field, paralleling the tension of the perceived and the imagined.

Vroom Vroom Beep Beep, at Susan Eley Fine Art

Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
 CAROLYN MONASTRA, BURNED OUT CAR, EAST BASTROP, TEXAS, USA, 2011 (2011),

Susan Eley Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of Vroom Vroom Beep Beep, a group exhibition featuring paintings and photographs by Charles Buckley, John Conn, Victor Honigsfeld, Valeri Larko, Beñat Iglesias López, Carolyn Monastra, Maria Passarotti and Ruth Shively.

The car is so much more than a machine that moves people from point A to point B. It is a symbol of freedom, an emblem of America’s pioneering spirit, a status symbol, a mark of one’s wealth, and sometimes, a sad substitute for a home or a temporary place to lay one’s head. In addition to driving (pun intended) the nation’s economy and commerce, the car has played an important role in American culture – high and low—making appearances in advertisements, pop songs, film and fine art. This celebration of the culture of the car in America will run from January 12-February 24, 2017.

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