We are very pleased to have been included in the Four Seasons Resort Lanai project where we placed two paintings by Audra Weaser; including this beautiful commissioned painting, 48" x 72".
Classical music meets contemporary art. We are thrilled to have hosted a performance by the Fry Street Quartet last weekend. Fry Street Quartet is one of the most exciting and dynamic string quartets on the international classical music scene and has been hailed as "a triumph of ensemble playing" by the New York Times. It was a rare opportunity to be in such intimate proximity of these acclaimed artists. The Quartet was brought to the gallery through the NOVA Chamber Music Series.
David Levinthal in Museum Exhibitions
The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC has acquired a complete set of Kodaliths from David's 1977 publication Hitler Moves East. One of the photographs is currently exhibited in the show Intersections: Photographs and Videos from the National Gallery of Art and Corcoran Gallery of Art. David was also awarded a retrospective exhibition at the George Eastman Museum (Rochester, NY) for summer 2018. You can meet David at Julie Nester Gallery for the opening of his Wild West exhibition on December 30.
Jeff Cohen Commissioned for Delta Sky Club
Jeff just completed five 60" x 60" paintings for the revamped Delta Sky Club at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta, GA. Each of the paintings depicts exterior signs from iconic Atlanta buildings. This is Jeff's fourth commisioned project with Delta Sky, following previous assignments at JFK in New York City, Los Angeles International Aiport and San Francisco International.
JNG Places Eight Paintings in Las Vegas Hotel
The Gallery secured eight commissioned paintings by Meredith Pardue, Thea Schrack and Audra Weaser for the Green Valley Ranch Resort in Henderson, NV. The resort just went through a major renovation and the three artists were commissioned to create paintings for placement in various public areas of the hotel. You can see the available artwork by the three artists here:
Brenda Mallory Receives National Artist Fellowship
Brenda was awarded a Visual Arts Fellowship by the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation. The NACF fosters and supports the vision, creativity and innovation of Native American artists. Brenda's next artistic endeavor during her NACF Fellowship will be to produce intstallations of sculptural wall work that examines mass production, consumption and waste. Earlier this summer Brenda also received a Golden Spot Award/Artist Residency from the Crow's Shadow Institute in Pendelton, OR.
Carol Inez Charney Featured in Fahrenheit
Carol is a featured artist in the September issue of Fahrenheit, a contemporary culture magazine from Mexico City. The article and the current edition are about different kinds of obsession. The edit on Carol discusses her obsession with water and architecture and how those two elements form the basis of her work.
"A PHILOSOPHER'S PALETTE"
"I believe the best art comes out of deliberate practice and discipline mixed with a willingness to trust yourself as an artist and a human being," states Utah artist Bradford Overton. In his richly detailed paintings, we discover he is a master of mystery and a weaver of spells as he explores beauty and narrative with original style.
We are very pleased to have added Gary Komarin to the gallery roster. Komarin is a contemporary abstract painter who presents a bold and colorful style. He has exhibited extensively throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia, and his work can be found in many museum, corporate and private collections. The art critic, Kenneth Baker, wrote "Komarin gets paintings that vibrate with historical memory, echoing such things as Matisse's most driest empty pictures, Robert Motherwell's sparen abstractions of the 1970's, or the early New Mexico and Berkeley paintings of Richard Diebenkorn."
The photographs in visual artist Vanessa Marsh’s series Everywhere All At Once are mysterious and dream-like, made through a personally developed process involving drawing, painting, and darkroom techniques. Marsh delineates pictorial space by layering multiple two-dimensional planes to create a minimalistic, graphic aesthetic. The work provides a space for the viewer to contemplate their place in the universe and to consider how what is real and what is truth is understood in contemporary experiences.