The opening reception is Friday, January 12th, 6–8 pm and is open to the public. An artist talk will be held earlier in the day from 11:30 am – 12:30 pm. An RSVP is required for the artist talk, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Don’t miss the opening reception for 3 events happening at the gallery November 30th! We are hosting the opening reception for two exhibitions, Stuart Coleman Budd and our Annual Small Works Show, as well as a Holiday Gifting Pop-Up! There will be something for everyone, and something perfect for the ones you love! Contact the gallery for additional information or a sneak peek at the art.
Join us beginning August 24th for UNSEEN featuring the work of Marcy Gregg. UNSEEN is a collection of work that explores Marcy’s intimate process; the writing of a hidden message across the canvas as the inspiration from which she paints. While this foundation will forever be unseen, the process and
end-result will remain, challenging her viewers to dig deep, discovering meaning and life within.
The opening reception is Thursday, August 24th, 6–8 pm and is open to the public. An artist talk will be held earlier in the day from 11 am – 12 pm. RSVP required to Events@anneneilsonfineart.com
UNSEEN runs through September 28th.
Join us beginning May 31st for Rooted. The show will highlight affordable works from eight emerging artists with Southern roots. Featured works will include abstracts, figurative, landscapes, collage and photography. Exhibition runs through July 15, 2017.
The opening reception is Wednesday, May 31st, 6–8 pm, and is open to the public.
RSVP preferred to email@example.com
Please join us for a special trunk show with Gabrielle! Her gorgeous designs will be on display May 3 from 10:00 A.M – 5:00 P.M., with a special reception from 5:00 – 7:00 P.M.
Gabe is from Raleigh, North Carolina and received a BFA in jewelry and metals from the University of Georgia, Lamar Dodd School of Art. She currently lives and works in San Francisco, CA while maintaining a presence back home in Raleigh.
Her pieces combine historical fashion with contemporary style. One of her specialties is the lost wax casting process, where she integrates traditional clothing adornments into modern pieces of jewelry, preserving the original design by replacing it with metal. To maintain the detail and intricacy of the material, the fibers are dipped in wax, manipulated and lastly re-contextualized into metal to solidify the detail. The transfer of materials completely changes the fabrics weight and feel. The delicately patterned layers become transformed revoking the fragility, while retaining the soft romantic pretense of the original form. The vulnerability of the lace is lost, but the intricacy of the design is captured and formalized into an elegant, one of a kind piece. Gabe also works with semiprecious stones in a variety of colors, styles and designs. Her pieces are unique, delicate and the perfect blend of masculine and feminine concepts.
Bethanne’s breathtaking plein air landscape paintings are known for their lush painterly quality. Loosely painted yet realist, they invite the viewer to experience each painting anew with every observation. This quality gives her paintings a timeless appeal. Using expressive brushwork and a finely honed sense of color, she creates a powerful image with both depth and beauty.