” THE COLORS OF SHANGRILA” by Yvonne Ho Youn Tzen
6 January 2011
No matter where she is, Mrs. Ho uses her brushes to express her inner world and her feelings and has always sowed the seeds of beauty, inviting viewers to personally interpret her work through their own imagination. The majesty, the mystery and the colors of Tibetan’s life in their mountain lair are the essence of the life’s work of Chinese artist. Yvonne Ho Youn Tzen and are culminated in her current series. ” The Colors of Shangrila”
New Way Academy Holiday Charity Event
29 December 2010
Calvin Charles Gallery held on December 9th, 2010.
A Charity Event for New Way Learning Academy all proceeds from this event went towards the art department.
” MAKING THE ORDINARY SUBLIME”
11 November 2010
Artist: Micahel Haykin”
” MAKING THE ORDINARY SUBLIME”
My art is fueled by my interest in natural science.
My creative vision is guided by my search for the sublime inherent in the very familiar.
I extract my images from nature and I use multiple pannels to add resonance to a changing moment, or as a sequential way of viewing a natural event.
Jerri Lisk Opening
20 May 2010
“While keeping my eyes wide open to this sometimes over
whelming scenery, I can see the shades of turquoise in the
shadows or sketch a tree in the sometimes unseen composition
of ancient rock walls. This body of work takes me back to the edges
of the Qwyhee canyon walls near home, to the vast depths of the
Grand Canyon, ever etching in my mind, that once life was so simple
in these places. With only the tools of survival in hand, light and
space had become the luxuries of life. ”
Opening Reception: Yes!! Paintings by Patricia Sherwood and Robin Daniels
22 April 2010
“Faced with this picture, she thought only, ‘how beautiful’. And relieved at once, the frustration that had edged her youthful efforts, shadowing the pleasure she took in looking at art. Pictures belong to the world of things. They cannot be contained in language.”
“I love saturated colors, muted grays, texture and generous amounts of paint.
I try to surprise even myself! No two paintings are ever, ever alike.
I hope that the paintings resonate with the viewer
in the way that music can resonate and thrill.”
Rouge: New Works by Pascal
18 March 2010
New works by Pascal
“Balance, energy, movement, inquiry, interconnection and nature are recurring themes in my work. You will see these elements and others come jointly to create a unique experience by which a particular message or invitation is expressed for the viewer to engage in an intimate dialogue with my work.”
Opening Reception: February 11th, 2010 7-9pm
13 February 2010
“Entre el Cielo y la Tierra” Between Heaven and Earth: works by Gennaro.
“Painting is addictive and therapeutic. It is the best way to communicate everything- the way I feel, the way I think and what I love. Oils, acrylics, monoprints, hand carved wood, plaster techniques learned in Italy, and a color palette created from childhood in Mexico. These are some of the tools that bring to life a fascination with old world and religious iconic images.”
Opening Night of Catherine L. Johnson and Jeffrey Jon Gluck
16 January 2010
“For a long time I was signing all my correspondences with “Art and Peace”, until one day, a good friend told me she loved that, and from that moment on it became “Art, Peace and Love… What could be better!” This exhibition is in tribute to Deborah.
- Jeffrey Jon Gluck
My art is spiritual. My art pursues the beauty of realization rather than perfect beauty. My work is awake to the invisible, the visceral, and the universal- the very life of life. The actual encounter of my art is the authentic experience for it is a dialogue of revelation between the art and the viewer.
-Catherine L. Johnson