Michael Liani, selected artist for Artrooms Fair Roma 2018 and applicant for Artrooms Fair London 2019, currently has a solo exhibition on show at Rosenfeld Gallery. Fantasia presents a selection of works which include gelatin inkjet prints and a video, which has been previously presented at The Church Palace Hotel‘s auditirium cinem bachelet as part of Artrooms’ Video Section.
The exhibition will run until the 14th April 2018 at Rosenfeld Gallery, 1 Shvil HaMif’al St. Tel-Aviv Israel 66535.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Thursday from 12-7pm, Friday from 11am-2pm and Saturday from 11am-1pm.
Meet the artist Carol Wagstaff on Saturday the 24th March from 11am to 3pm at the Horsham Museum, where she will be talking to the public about her exhibition.
“The great thing about artists is that they can see the world totally differently from how you perceive it. If they match that vision with technical ability, amazingly different art work can be created. That is the experience that the public will get when visiting Responses and Reflections: The sculpture and art of Carol Wagstaff at Horsham District Council’s Horsham Museum and Art Gallery. Using sculpture, print, photography and painting, Carol explores and then translates the atmospheres, interior or historical significance of spaces to create a response to, and a reflection of, her experience thereby producing a distinctive and unique art work.
London born Carol, who has a degree in Fine art, now lives in West Sussex. Her work features in exhibitions and galleries across Europe, as well as in the corporate world. The inspirational, personal and elusive nature of Carol’s work means that it can sit just as well in a gallery as it can in the home. Whilst some of Carol’s work is abstract others, such as her portraits, are figurative reflecting honesty in the representation. These portraits may, on the surface, be seen as easier to connect with yet they actually draw the viewer in. This causes the visitor to reflect longer as the art raise questions about and within the individual.
For some though it is the very tactile and almost sensuous nature of Carols sculptures, both those created for the small scale setting such as the home, and outdoor installations such as those produced for the National Trust at Standen, that capture the imagination. What visitors undeniably admire most about Carol’s work is the creativity and adaptability of an artist at the “top of her game” in all areas of her work, as the exhibition Responses and Reflections reveals.”
Horsham Museum and Art Gallery and the Visitor Information Centre are open Monday to Saturday (excluding bank holidays) from 10.00am to 5.00pm. Admission is free.
Horsham Museum & Art Gallery, 9 Causeway, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1HE
Le Dame Art Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition by ritualistic water painter Stevens Vaughn. The exhibition is running from the 16th March to the 30th April. Private View will be on Thursday the 15th March from 6:30-9pm. Don’t miss the chance to meet the artist! RSVP to email@example.com.
Stevens Vaughn was born in Minnesota, United States, to Vince Vaughn and Joyce Andresen; farmers and cattle ranchers. Due to a rare form of autism resulting in a lack of the concept of time and direction, his early life was based on seasons and events. He is currently based in China. His exhibitions are influenced by his study and training in the philosophy of how important imperfection is to the state of perfection in Japan and China. His methods of painting have been reported to use ritual “dripping” techniques that don’t pull out the color randomly, rather distribute pigments dropwise. The technique uses instability of the fluid to create figures and the splash of the droplets to further enhance the painting.Stevens Vaughn co-founded in 2000 Hafnia Foundation. The Foundation develop and support projects that inspire people, regardless of geographical boundaries, religions, sexuality or any other differences. Each project as well as their creators, seek to discover something meaningful while being playful during the process.
Le Dame Art Gallery at Meliá White House 1 Albany Street, Regent’s Park, London NW1 3UP
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 10am -6pm
In January 2018, BEL-AIR FINE ART proudly opened the doors of its first UK space in London Mayfair, making BAFA LONDON the 14th Gallery to join the group. Appreciated by collectors and respected in the industry, BEL-AIR FINE ART keeps expanding and lands in the UK to present in its 200sqm London space an eclectic selection of its finest artists.
Founded in 2004 by François Chabanian, BEL-AIR FINE ART group has been focusing and sharing its expertise on contemporary art for more than ten years. Exhibiting international artists in Switzerland, France and Italy, the group is also taking part in fairs and organising international exhibitions in the Middle East, including Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Beirut.
The group prides on finding the best up and coming artists and lands an expert eye on Neo-Pop, postPop Art, Street Art as well as Optical Art. Far from overlooking other artistic movements, BEL-AIR FINE is equally able to advise on traditional artistic styles and promotes with the same energy emerging artists and great names of the XXI century.
BEL-AIR FINE ART LONDON is proud to present, from the 15th March to the 16th April 2018, two remarkably curated shows by Carole Feuerman and Sandra Shashou.
Strength, Survival & Balance will present an extensive selection of monumental sculptures by Carole Feuerman. The artist is recognised as a pioneering figure in the world of hyperrealist sculpture, which emerged around 1970 in relation to photorealist painting. She was one of the three leaders in making life like sculptures that portray their models precisely. Feuerman’s has always captured in her sculptures the notion of natural beauty and a sense of inner peace.
Broken Reborn, by London-based artist Sandra Shashou, will exhibit a new body of work gravitating around the concepts of destruction and regeneration. Her work is complex and intricate, exuberant and elegant. Shashou’s new body of work comprises arrangements of smashed fragments of vintage fine bone china tea sets, Russian Lomonosov porcelain, Spanish Lladro and Nao ballerina figurines or German bisque Kaiser nude, dating back to the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Broken Reborn references to bravery, courage and rebuilding after devastation.
It is with great pride and joy that BEL-AIR FINE ART opened its new space on New Bond Street, London, and looks forward to see what the future holds.
Bel-Air Fine Art London, 105 New Bond Street, W1S 1DN, Mayfair, London
For any enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Katherine Filice, selected artist for Artrooms Fair London’s past edition, will have her works exhibited in a solo show at the Gilroy Center for the Arts in historic downtown Gilroy. The exhibit, titled “The Secrets We Keep” and featuring a selection of Filice’s provocative pen-and-ink drawings, will be open from 10-March through 19-May 2018. An Artist’s Reception will be held on March 16.
Katherine Filice’s works explore human relationships through symbolism and intricate ink lines. Filice said, “Exhibiting my artwork at Artrooms London was truly a life-changing experience. I am thrilled to now have this opportunity to share my work with people in my local community who have been so incredibly supportive of this adventure.”
Katherine Filice’s background includes traditional formal art training and a long career as a graphic designer. For over 25 years, she has been the CEO and Executive Creative Director of Articulate Solutions, a creative services firm in downtown Gilroy. Filice was one of only 70 emerging artists worldwide selected by Artrooms to exhibit her work at the prestigious International Contemporary Art Fair for Independent Artists, held in January 2018 at the Meliá House in central London.
Kevin Heath, Executive Director of the Gilroy Arts Alliance, said, “At the Gilroy Center for the Arts, part of our mission is to celebrate and support the creative talent we have right here in our community. Having worked with Katherine for many years, it is truly an honor to showcase her incredible artwork. Showcasing contemporary works is a recent departure for the gallery, and we expect Katherine’s exhibit to intrigue—and challenge—our audiences.”
The Artist’s Reception will be on Friday, 16-March from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at the Gilroy Center for the Arts (7341 Monterey St. Gilroy CA 95020 USA). The exhibit is open from 10-March through 19-May. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 2pm – 5pm, and Saturday 11am – 2pm.
For more information visit www.katfilice.com.