We are pleased to present a collection of recent works by Miami based contemporary artists Jee Park and Clara Varas. Park and Varas examine painting combined with works that are hybrid in nature and straddle the fence between drawing, collage, assemblage, sculpture, and installation. Through the use of unconventional materials and fresh approaches to mark making, this survey of contemporary work seeks to further discredit the cliched notion that painting is dead–rather, it is a constantly evolving medium.
We are pleased to present the works of two New York contemporary artists—Daniel Derwelis and Jennifer Viola. This exhibition will highlight their diverse and compelling artistic output. Daniel Derwelis will show large oil paintings and works on paper which employ a blend of figuration, landscape, and abstraction. Jennifer Viola’s work will display her series of talking self-portraits, a series of intriguing images in mixed-media. Please join us to see the talent that helps support the New York art domain today.
We are pleased to present a retrospective exhibition of works from the late artist Fonchen Lord who lived in Lakeland between 1949 and 1993. Her works have been exhibited in major galleries across the United States, and re on display at several different college campuses including Florida Southern College, Harvard University, Miami University, and the Winter Haven campus of Polk State College. Fonchen’s diverse collection of artwork–ranging from two-dimensional drawings and paintings from teh 1960s and 1970s to the minimalist three-dimensional sculptures of her later career–is included in our remarkable exhibition. Exhibition is open Monday through Friday 9am-5pm beteen September 20 and October 10, 2013.