Alessandro Sicioldr’s painting of enigmatic beauty, Le Tre Sorelle (The Three Sisters), is part of the Chimera exhibition in Rome at l'institut français. Exhibition date: Current - 10th December.
Exhibiting at Dacia Gallery is Patricia Watwood's New Narratives, a recent body of paintings and works on paper addressing the relationship between humanity, technology, environment, and the arts. Patricia engages us with an “allegorical combination of women who embody the sacred feminine within a narrative setting of our changing environment.” Gaia, Zephyrs, and fallen Caryatids make a concerted appeal to bring the shifting baseline to our awareness. Graceful forms, like bright talismans of beauty, incite positive action toward a more sustainable environmental future. Patricia Watwood speaks about her work in the New Narratives exhibition catalogue available for download on her site.
The Enemies of Progress recently opened at CK Contemporary in San Francisco. Conor Walton's allegorical still lifes and figurative paintings will be on view until the 7th of December. In this current body of work, Walton challenges time-honored notions of progress and boldly examines the interrelationship of culture and nature. For more information visit Walton's social media page.