Gallery artist's, Amy Kann and Sandy Scott are honored to be a part of The Salmagundi Club annual American Masters event from October 8 – October 26, 2018. The Salmagundi Club invites you to attend its 10th annual American Masters Fine Art Exhibition & Sale taking place in its elegant brownstone mansion in historic Greenwich Village. Seventy of North America’s foremost representational artists are participating in this year’s event. The exhibition includes a wide variety of works, including paintings, works on paper, prints and multiples, and sculpture. Subject matter includes landscape, still life, figurative work, portraits, and maritime. This extraordinary collection of artwork will be open to the public from October 8 through the 26, 2018 and available for purchase during the Gala & Sale on Friday, October 12.
Ambiguous in Nature, the most comprehensive exhibition to date of Mike Williams’ art, opens September 28, 2018, at TRAX Visual Art Center in Lake City, S.C. The exhibition runs through November 4, 2018, and is curated by Wim Roefs, artistic director of the Lake City Creative Alliance. This exhibition consists of about 100 paintings and sculptures created between 2000 and 2018. Ambiguous in Nature presents key examples of all facets of Williams’s two-dimensional and three-dimensional work, including his Fish, Habitat, Easel, Figures and Letters to Myself series. The exhibition, mounted in two 2,000-square-feet galleries at TRAXvac, for the first time shows all themes in Williams oeuvre in one exhibition.
The public is invited to an opening reception Sept. 28, 2018, from 6-9 pm. Williams will give an artist’s talk October 12, 2018 at 6pm. TRAX Visual Art Center is located at 122 Sauls Street in Lake City, S.C, and is open Tuesday – Saturday, 11 – 5, and Sunday, 1 - 5.
Paula Holtzclaw's painting graced the cover of the American Society of Marine Artists Journal, Summer 2018 issue. Paula was also interviewed by Charles Robinson for an extensive 7 page spread. Congratulations, Paula!
South Carolina Painter, William McCullough's "LINESTREET RAILROAD CROSSING" is on display at the Gibbes Museum exhibit, "Vanishing Charleston" , from May 25th to October 21, 2018. The Show features nine paintings of Charelston city scenes steeped in nostalgia. The images, some made by artists active during the Charleston “Renaissance” interwar period of the past century and others more recently by living artists, are certain to get viewers thinking about the changing landscape.
"BEACH GIRL" by Gwen Marcus, FNSS was recently awarded "The Line and Shape" award by the American Artists Professinal League Inc. In the members only show "Celebrating the Spirit of America" Exhibition. Congrats, Gwen!
"BEACH GIRL" is available for purchase, give us a call to inquire!