Presented by Sylvain Denis + 1310 Gallery:
The Nature of Things
Art exhibit opening at 1310 Gallery + Open studios during #flaglerartwalk with FREE trolley service
For further information please contact this month’s curator: 954-541-4646 oremail
The Nature of Things (by Sylvain Denis)…
“It’s make me think about how things are, also there is nature element in my images and Israel sculptures. It is also about the way things are or can be represented, Niko’s drawing are exaggerated version of people shape and anatomy and I feel like it can be a true reality of their look. Barry painting have a deeper meaning about people innerself and sole, good or bad it is nature of this world.
This event will have 4 artist:
- Stone sculptures by Israel Isi Ghelman
- Photography, by me Sylvain Denis
- Drawings by NikoYulis
- Paintings by Barry Gross
About The Curator:
Sylvain Denis is a resident photographer and curator born and raised in Montreal, Canada. Currently residing in Fort Lauderdale where he works as a commercial freelance https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/achat-viagra/ photographer. Sylvain started his interest in photography at a young age influenced by his own experience as a young model for a fitness publication based in New York City. Since 1994 Sylvain has captured the American Southwest landscape; this collection will be showcased during the exhibition here in 1310 Gallery.
This collection spans a 20-year career sampling his time across the United States from Antelope Canyon, a sandstone canyon carved from flash floods to Monument Valley on the edge of Utah. The American Landscape is constantly basked in hues and waves of light, which change every few minutes, making it probably one of the most challenging places to photograph.
Sylvain’s camera of choice is a medium format film camera, known for their larger size negatives that are transferred into digital files through the process of Drum scanning, which give the highest image resolution possible. Those images are then printed on to metallic paper compressed between polished plexi-glass for their superior glossy and finished look.
Bio of Israel Ghelman:
I studied sculpture, ceramic and drawing in Caracas, Venezuela. In Florida, clay in the Fire and Mud Studio, sculpture in Broward College and work as a Sculpture Lab Assistant. Participated in group shows in Broward and Palm Beach. Took part in the Mosan art symposium in South Korea, where I carved a monumental piece in granite for the Museum.
At this moment in my life I decided to sculpt in stone. I take pleasure in the physical contact with the rocks, could be because I love the mountains and life outdoors or for some other reason but they attract me… I think that, in some way, they are sculptures in their natural state… They are part of nature and I analyze their origin, where they “grow” and to which “family” they belong. I am doing it for the last six years, and love to work on them, trying to bring out what they would like to express.
I like to incorporate details and organic forms, but it is essentially abstract art. Passionate about the three-dimensionality of sculpture, in my newest pieces I introduced the rotation on a pin to have a 360 degrees view. Showing off my sculpture, I intend to provoke intellectual and emotional enjoyment in the viewer of my work.
Bio of Barry Gross:
Artist Barry Gross is a figurative/surreal realistic painter . He primarily works in oils on Belgium linen and delves into mixed media as an under painting and works the painting up with oil. Barry also does drawings using graphite/charcoal and oil sticks on hand tinted Asian rice papers. Barry is in the collections of Malcolm Forbes of Forbes Magazine, Elton John,
Join us at the 1310 Gallery – Sailboat Bend Artist lofts.
Sat Jan 31st opening show 7 to 11pm
Or by appointment Jan 17-Feb-14
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ADMISSION IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Sailboat Bend resident artist South Florida events
Join resident artist Niki Lopez who will be one of the featured artist in this #Latina Artist Collective – CUATRO. Presented by #OmilaniMusic – A fundraiser in preparation for #WorldOutGamesMiami2017 #nikilopez #miamiart #sailboatbendartist. Join us on Thursday, January 29 at The Platinum for an exclusive cocktail benefit.
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PARKING @ 1310 Gallery:
In addition to parking in the parking lot there is also:
local parking authorities have been advised to not ticket during posted events at any of the designated parking areas.
+ Parking all along SW 2nd Court/Middle Street
+ Church parking lot and field across from Fire Museum on West Las Olas
+ Empty lot directly(?) next lofts along SW 2nd Court/Middle Street.
Any issues with parking during events, pleace click here
(Subject to change- please check back)
Gallery Openings at 1310 Gallery:
- January – Sylvain Denis
- February – David Muir
- March – Dana DellaCamera
- April – Nzingah Oniwoson
- May – Nerissa Street
- June – Niko Yulis
- July – Niki Lopez & Alana DaCosta
- August – Tabatha Mudra
- September – Christine Velez-Stone
- October – Melissa Caprio & Eliane Harvey —– Art Fallout
- November – Barry Gross
- December group show & fundraiser
*Some months have mulitple events, workshops, and more. Please check back for updates or check with individual artist/curator.
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