“Meditative Journeys” presents the devotional works of two Korean artists, Sungyee Kim and Lee Kang Hyo, on February 25 through March 31. Opening reception Saturday, February 25 from 6—8PM. More information here. Look out for Art in America and Ceramics’s Art and Perception featuring Sungyee Kim and Lee Kang Hyo.
The Mindy Solomon Gallery travels coast to coast to present emerging artists for a diverse and eclectic contemporary art assembly. Ceramics, glass, photography, painting and sculptural programs will be offered at the following art fairs. Please share with your friends, contact us for guest passes and stop by and say hello.
Kate MacDowell will be featured in the upcoming issue of Art in America featuring two recent works, “Assisted Living” and “Serpentine.” Kate’s latest, “Assisted Living” is a hand built porcelain piece featuring cone 6 glaze and recently completed this month. Please contact the gallery for additional information or visit Kate MacDowell’s portfolio.
We are exhibiting at Palm Beach Country Convention Center Booth 103 today and through Sunday, January 23. The artist lineup is dynamic and the work of James Kennedy, David Hicks, Josh DeWeese and Sylvia Hommert is inspired. Please contact the gallery for a complete artwork listing and pricing information. See you soon.
Korean artist, Lee Kang Hyo will be presenting a large collection of Bun-cheong ceramics in “Meditative Journeys.” The Bun-cheong style of ceramic making is an ancient tradition characterized by a loose and informal application of white clay used by Korean commoners and royalty back in the day—918-1392AD.
We have recently posted 54 new masterful works by Kang Hyo Lee in preparation for his wonderful exhibition, also featuring Sungyee Kim. Please visit Kang Hyo Lee’s recent collection. If you have any questions or acquire for your collection please contact the gallery. “Meditative Journeys” on exhibit February 25 through March 31, 2012.
Los Angeles contemporary photographer, Scot Sothern captures the bulging belly of America’s darkened streets. Scot Sothern’s photographic journal, “LOWLIFE,” captures the disenfranchised as described, “Cruising nighttime byways for an adrenaline high, Scot Sothern first patronized the marketplace of curbside prostitution on a prurient whim. Diving to the murky depths of sexual obsession he resurfaced five years later, shell shocked, and without excuse. While there, trusty Nikon in hand, Scot snapped what he saw: full-frontal X-rated realities, fine-art documents, black and white, pathos and pizzazz.”
For more information about available work by Scot Sothern please contact the gallery. You can discover more about Scot’s work on his blog Drive-by-Shooting and Things&Stuff. You can order his from the good folks at drkrm and published by Stanley Barker Publishing.
Now in its 15th year, at the Palm Beach Country Convention Center January 20—23. Proudly, we will be presenting new work at Booth No. 103 featuring James Kennedy (above), David Hicks (top), Josh DeWeese and Sylvia Hommert, (represented by the Boltax Gallery located in Shelter Island, NY). Please contact the gallery for guest passes and we look forward to seeing you there.
Rock–Paper–Scissors featuring the artists of balzerARTprojects from Switzerland was well received this past Saturday night and is receiving favorable reviews.
The exhibition provides a link to the international contemporary art world featuring a diverse grouping of artists representing sculptural, photographic, drawn and painted works. Please contact the gallery for additional information and visit with us soon.