A group show revolving around the theme, "What is considered celestial?" Heaven, angels, UFO's, the sky, love, birds, butterflies? The concepts are endless. Each artist will bring their personal representation of concepts that are "celestial."
Artists will include: painters Lloyd Kelly, Shawn Marshall, Sabra Crockett, metal sculptor Dana Andriot, multi media artists Marjorie Guyon & Vennita Cantrell, jewelry designer Liz Morley & glass artist Chad Balster.
Opening Reception October 1, 2021, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
From Seoul Korea, Suyun Son is an abstract painter known for her large, bright, & joyful paintings stretched with cheerful palettes of pink, blues & green that make you feel one with nature & the ethereal. This charming work will bring a smile to your face & a glimpse of happiness to every place it is displayed.
Show dates: July 1-August 31, 2021
Artist Reception: August 6, 2021, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Coming Spring 2021: Nancy Gordon Moore: May 7-June 25, 2021
We are proud to partner with Marjorie Guyon as a frequent exhibitor in the Lowber Pilates Gallery. New work is rotated within the gallery from Marjorie Guyon periodically.
About Marjorie Guyon: Layers of history and time are a constant in the work of Marjorie Guyon. One of the hallmarks of Guyon's work is that the image at once emerges from, yet disappears into an ancient surface. Yet, she also seems to be lighting the path of time. It may well be the dynamic between the two impulses that gives her haunting images their appeal. To build her compositions, she works in collage & applies marble dust and pigment-earth from all over the world to create an archeology of the soul. Her work is both contemporary and ancient - a blend of mythology and graffiti.
Art with a heart—A portion of the proceeds from each piece sold goes toward the “I WAS HERE” project. I Was Here is a public art project that features images of contemporary African American men, women, and children recreated as Ancestor Spirit Portraits. A series of installations of these iconic Portraits transform sites of formerly enslaved into ‘on the street’ museums designed to educate, unify communities while creating memorials in public spaces. The mission of the project is twofold—to create a visual testament of those who were sold into slavery and to instill a deeper understanding of our common humanity and create a means to “see the world with different eyes.” Each installation is accompanied by an opening Sanctification ceremony that brings community voice, song and spoken word to the public’s experience.