Exquisite new works by Gromyko Semper at ManilArt, Philippines.
Mortlake & Company presents Witch-Ikon: An Exhibition of Contemporary Witchcraft Imagery coinciding with Three Hands Press book release of Witch-Ikon: Witchcraft in Art and Artifact. Artwork will be on view until the end of October.
Mortlake & Company
117 Prefontaine Pl S, Seattle, WA 98104
Redefining contemporary symbolism, international talents shine bright in the group show, Modern Symbolists, curated by Liba W Stambollion and Julie Baroh. The exhibition is running until the 5th of November at Krab Jab Studio in Seattle, WA. The show includes Graszka Paulska's The Truth Will Always Be and Gromyko Semper's A Nameless Monument for the Fallen Ones.
Krab Jab Studio
5628 Airport Way S, Ste 150
Seattle, WA 98108
The Breaker by Steven Kenny
September 25th through October 24th 2017
Human/Nature opens Monday at Angela King Gallery in New Orleans. The artist's reception will be held the 7th of October, 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
The surreal merging of human, animal, and natural forms in Kenny's paintings, "...assess[es] our symbiotic relationship with each other and the Earth." Kenny's Tornado and After the Flood highlight the uncontrollable forces of nature that impact human life. The artist shares his experience with intense weather and how it has inspired his work, here.
Chie Yoshii unveils her newest painting Deliverance in Defying Gravity: Humans and Other Objects in Mid-Air at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles. The group show runs July 15 - August 12.
Chie Yoshii paints dreamlike scenes of sensual maidens whose bodies are in bright relief against a dark background. The illumination of her subjects reveals a primal wilderness populated by colorful beasts and hypnotic feminine archetypes.
Not Just Black & White: Works on Paper
Feb. 3 - Mar. 31
Williams Fine Art
300 Main St., Second Floor, Wenham, MA 01984
"For the duration of this show, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Blood Water Mission, an organization dedicated to alleviating the HIV/Water crisis in Africa." -Williams Fine Art Dealers
Steven Kenny, one of the foremost painters in contemporary Surrealism, starts the year with a solo exhibition at Melvin Gallery in Florida. The "symbolic juxtapositions" arranged in Kenny's oil paintings are a feast for the eyes that transport the viewer to many levels of being. The artist shares his sources of inspiration in this talk. Art lovers will also be interested in Soul Flight, a book of select artworks by the artist.
January 20 - February 24, 2017
Melvin Gallery / Florida Southern College
111 Lake Hollingsworth Drive, Lakeland, FL 33801
Monday - Friday 9 AM to 4:30 PM
Chris Sedgwick's solo exhibition The Last Magician opens today at The Grand Bohemian Gallery in Asheville, NC. Sedgwick creates dazzling images of personal and sacred realms in oil, gold leaf, and mixed media. The artist describes his paintings on gold leaf as utilizing "“constellation forms to accompany the gold leaf world." In addition to his recent development with constellation forms, Sedgwick continues to create mystical narratives of figures who communicate from atmospheric landscapes.
11 Boston Way in Biltmore Village
Asheville, NC, 28803
The Art for Peace Traveling Show is jointly curated by Dreams & Divinities and Art of the Imagination and will showcase the visionary and fantastic art of fifty-five contributing international artists.
Benjamin A. Vierling, the prolific painter and draughtsman of esoteric themes, will have his recent work Gymnogyps californianus featured in the show. Vierling is known for his allegorical portraits, symbolic still lifes, and talismanic diagrams of arcane knowledge. His work has the dark splendor of a northern winter that initiates us into its still beauty.
Also featured in the exhibition is The Garden of Afer, a painting of lush textures by Gromyko Semper, visionary artist and a curator to the recent The Encyclopædia of Fernal Affairs.
The exhibition opens on the 22 March at the historic l’Atelier Gustave, once the studio of nineteenth century sculptor Gustave Germain. The exhibition will then travel to England and from there to Germany. Release dates for the latter two shows will be announced on The Dreams & Divinities social media page.
36 rue Boissonade
Los Angeles based artist, Lance Richlin, has a solo show in the John and Linda Friend Art Gallery at Concordia University, Irvine. Richlin has assembled a selection of small portraits created in the charged atmosphere of the live model. His response to the sitter’s presence is also informed by his studies in the philosophy of the I Ching. Exhibition runs 9 March - 11 April. Artist’s reception will be held the 17th of March. For more information please visit Concordia University.
John and Linda Friend Art Gallery in Grimm Hall at Concordia University
1530 Concordia West
Irvine, CA, 92612