Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Sunday, March 25, 2012
On the road- this past weekend touring
African Royalty & Mudcloth Madness
March 5-April 17, 2011African Royalty is an exhibition of original watercolors by featured artist Mary Marshall (1934-2007).
Mudcloth Madness is a contemporary art exhibit using the ancient African fabric as a inspiration tool to create.
The Brickhouse Gallery & Arts Complex has new management with an off-the-grid
approach to the arts. The streamlined and uncluttered venue has a rustic charm that will
focus on the work of established and promising new artists in
Evolve the Gallery is a private fine art gallery, redefining the role a gallery plays in broadening the art experience for patrons and the community.
“It only really takes a moment to understand how pivotally art is linked to culture, learning, community or conflict. As the art world continues to evolve, art increases its capacity to educate, open dialogue, be therapeutic and enhance environments. Art transcends political, ethnic, gender and religious boundaries and penetrate cultures in a non-intrusive or aggressive way, which gives it the power to break down boundaries and strengthen intercultural understanding. Our exhibitions are smart, creative, poignant and meant to give way to valuable dialogues, collaborations and cultural development that might not other wise take place.”A. Michelle Blakeley
Dear friends, please come and see great art at our spring show with IAG and Phantom Gallery
featured works by
have a nice art talk with one of the artists,
opening hours: 6 - 9pm, Sat, Sun1- 5pm
5:48 PM (20 minutes ago)
Clay and Metal Black Art Sculptures - Kanika Marshall Black Art Mosaic for Sale, Pottery, Tribal
|Kanika Marshall -- Sacramento CA|
Kanika believes her African ancestors work through her fingers to create each collectible art sculpture in Kanika African Sculptures collection. Her creative process generally begins with a 25-pound block of red clay. Shapes of women, abstract forms, or other figures seem to take shape on the clay surface and my hands begin to move. Press. Scratch. Incise. Build. Her hands are driven by a spiritual force to shape the clay. She is as surprised and delighted as her clients by the result and they can sense and share in the excitement She feels for the clay. Joyful. The spiritual essence from the ancestors shines through. She says she is humbled.
"Some of the black doll figurines, goddess statues, mask sculptures, and art pieces are adorned with authentic African fabric, jewelry, leather, glass, beads, shells, recycled metal, stones, feathers, and other organic materials. The breast cancer survivor pendants are glazed with hopeful colors representing a zest for living. The pottery bowls and other clay vessels are decorated with interesting tribal designs and vivid colors. The recycled metal garden art pieces appeal to people who wish to bring harmony, movement, color and fun to their garden."
2353 Albatross Way, Sacramento, CA, 95815
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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
I would love to invite you to the opening reception on St. Patrick's Day 03/17/2012 at 7pm.
The Phantom Gallery exhibition will take place this month with new artists at the
|Marianna Buchwald, IAG Director|
"Curator Piotr Wolodkowicz"
Saturday, March 10, 2012
The signs will be installed both in
With Chicago Calling and Phantom Gallery sponsoring an event in October 2012. which with include possible event is the display of a pinerest page with images from around the country and skype in several of the organizations to share their experiences of___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________