Galerie Myrtis: Contemporary Fine Art Gallery
|Jeffrey Kent, HeLa #34 Progression,|
Acrylic on canvas
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
|Mark Bradford, Scorched Earth, 2006 |
Collection of Dennis and Debra Scholl,
Photo: Bruce M. White
Weatherspoon Art Museum
|Kara Walker, Savant, 2010, Etching|
with aquatint, sugar-lift, spit-bite
and dry-point, 27" x 17"
For further information, call336/ 334-5770 or visit Weatherspoon.
New York, New York
James Little: Ex Pluribus Unum, an exhibition of new abstract paintings, consisting of "large, horizontal canvases covered with narrow vertical bands in a variety of geometric configurations and in unusual but harmonious combinations of brilliant color" will be on view at June Kelly Gallery through June 21, 2011.
|James Little, Difference between Then and Now,|
2010, Oil and wax on canvas, 72" x 94"
June Kelly Gallery is located at 166 Mercer Street (between Houston and Prince Streets). For further information, call 212/ 226-1660 or visit the Gallery.
Sande Webster Gallery
|Anthony Liggins, Purple Haze, Mixed media on canvas,|
36" x 36", 2011
For additional information, visit the Gallery.
|Milton 510 Bowens,|
Afro-classical series (John Coltrane),
Accompanying programs follow:
- Special Collector's Champagne Reception with the artist on June 4, 2011 from 6:00 - 9:00 pm.
- Gallery grand opening reception celebration with live bee-bop and swing music, featuring live poetry recitals on June 11, 2011.
- Artist Talk featuring Milton Bowens: "Harlem's Influence and Impact on the Arts" on June 18, 2011. A special silent auction will be held during this event.
International Visions Gallery presents Preston Sampson: Common Threads from June 9 - July 23, 2011. Sampson describes Common Threads as “a body of work that is about the universal dialogue of relationships, strength, dignity and aspirations of people to live, love and learn.” Central to this exhibit is selections from the ongoing Working Man series, which gives homage to the “blue collar hard working man who is the underpinning of all of our effete cosmopolitan yearnings.”
|Preston Sampson, |
Working Man 1, Mixed media,
24" x 36"
For additional information, contact Tim Davis at 202/ 234-5112. Visit International Visions at the Gallery.