Thursday, September 16, 2010

Linda Gall Installation Images at Miranova

Linda Gall's current exhibition "Wanton Surrender" has been very well received with a critical praise and strong sales.
'Rust Belt Rococo' aptly describes her new body of work, as the review title claims in the Columbus Dispatch,

Review in the Columbus Dispatch - click here

To the left is a pan of the Monkey Band pieces that hang as a grouping on the wall. The monkeys play in an old building in Zanesville, that was once a pottery factory. As the factory is in a constant state of decay, the monkeys continue their mischievous ways and dance the nights away.

The show will be on view through September 30.

To see more images visit us on line or call 291-2555 for more information.

Artists' News

Almond Zigmund currently has work on view in two galleries. 'Plane Suite' is an installation at the Harris Art Gallery of the University of La Verne, which has been extended through December. An essay by David Pagel accompanies the show.

Crafting Concept: Oppositions, Connections and the Nature of Form, October 2 - November 20, 2010, at BoxoFFICE. This is a two artist exhibition presenting work that spans the continental USA as well as a wide area of artistic practice.
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Zigmund will have an exhibition with the Rebecca Ibel Gallery opening in November.

Matt Magee has an exhibition of new paintings at the Knoedler Project Space. The show will be on view through November 13, 2010.
for further information click here

Stephen Mueller has an exhibition this fall with Lennon Weinburg Gallery which is already gaining critical attention.
This preview excerpt is from blogger Stephanie Buhmann in the Villager.
The solo exhibition of New York abstract painter Stephen Mueller (Oct. 21 – Nov. 27 at Lennon, Weinberg — 514 W. 25th St.) should not be missed. While Mueller has exhibited extensively in the United States and abroad since the 1980s, this will be his first local solo show in four years — and his first with this gallery. A vibrant palette and iconic forms that are seemingly floating within infinite spheres characterize his work. Here, structure and focus are carefully balanced to ponder themes of universality and limitlessness. Cosmology, Eastern spiritualism, an interest in symbolism and the color psychology propagated by 19th century Romantics, have had an impact on Mueller’s oeuvre — and yet, his personal synthesis of such influences makes for a unique blend. At first glance, Mueller’s shapes can look flawless, their edges as cut and clear as that of graphic ornaments. Upon close inspection, however, one finds the artist’s hand in each. In many ways, Mueller’s work aims to simplify without looking simple — offering a meditative code to existential riddles. for more - click here

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