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An Update from Artist Betty Pinkston

Betty is teaching a Continuing Education class in Mixed Media at Northwest Florida State College January 27 thru March 8. This 6 week class is already full!
 
Betty will be continuing to teach a weekly Acrylic class on Thursdays at Cultural Arts Alliance from 12:30 -3:30.
 
Betty’s paintings can be found at:
Foster Gallery “One Size Fits All” Exhibit Show and Sale
Sacred Heart Hospital “Twins” Show and Sale at the Hospital Pop-Up Gallery
ECTC Pop-Up Gallery “Abstract Expressionism” Show and Sale at Grand Boulevard
Big Mama’s Hula GIRL Gallery member with works for sale
 
 
 

CERAMIC TRUNK SHOW AT SEA CONTEMPORARY

WITH DESIGNER AMBER E LEA

FRI FEB. 3 + SAT. FEB. 4
11:30AM – 3:30PM

Pop in to see designer + ceramicist Amber e Lea’s full collection of hand-sculpted porcelain jewelry + ceramic home objects.

With delicately painted raw gold + silver details on the surface of modernist, striking shapes, the designer’s line comes with a large dose of aesthetic wonderment.

New designs will debut.

Meet the designer, try on some mini wearable sculptures + sip champagne while doing so!

SEA CONTEMPORARY ART SPACE
84 N. BARRETT SQ
ROSEMARY BEACH, FL 32461

850.231.0081
ART@SEACONTEMPORARY.COM

30A Artist Kate Wilson to Have Show in NYC!

NEW YORK, NY – Chelsea’s Agora Gallery will feature the original work of Condesa, Artists of 30A member Kate Wilson in Plurality of Expression. The exhibition will open on January 21, 2017 and run through February 10, 2017 with an opening reception on Thursday, January 26 from 6-8 PM. Any art lover who enjoys thought-provoking artworks and meeting talented and interesting artists is encouraged to attend.

About the Artist 

Segmented or bleeding, but invariably multifaceted, Kate Wilson’s paintings in gouache, mixed media, and oil prioritize form. In Wilson’s more figurative works, planes of bodies and faces are reduced to vibrant patches of color. Meanwhile, each fluid abstract work layers and teases out ghostly forms, maintaining depth even at their haziest. Wilson strictly delineates colors in some areas, while allowing the pigments to seep outward into fuzzy rings in others.  The result is work that flows with motion and light where the carefully applied tones meet and contrast. Wilson finds inspiration in these dichotomies between control and entropy, sometimes taking a work to one extreme or the other and sometimes applying both techniques to the same canvas, achieving a focused balance. The forms in each painting, combined with the soft pinks, blues and neutrals that make up so much of Wilson’s work, create undeniably serene images. 

Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Kate Wilson lives and works in Los Angeles. Travel, femininity, and spiritual curiosity inform Wilson’s work, so that each painting becomes emblematic of the artist’s personal experience. 

Exhibition Dates: January 21, 2017 – February 10, 2017
Reception: Thursday January 26, 2017, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat 11-6
Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, Chelsea, New York
Event URL: http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Kate_Wilson.aspx

Meet South Walton Artist Kathleen Broaderick!

If you have not already seen the work of local artist Kathleen Broaderick, be sure a check it out! Whether she is painting landscape, wildlife or still life, each stroke is energetic, loose and colorful. Kathleen’s brushwork is somehow energetic and calming at the same time, kind of like a hazy dream you don’t want to forget when you wake up in the morning.

Check out more of Kathleen’s work here: Kathleen Broaderick

Meet Marian Pacsuta

South Walton artist Marian Pacsuta’s oil paintings are a feast for the eye. With each painting she tells stories of the every day with bold, loose strokes and thick paint. Her style is somewhere between impressionist and expressionist, blurring the boundaries beautifully. If you have not had a chance to enjoy Marian’s artwork, now is a great time to acquaint yourself! You are going to love it! Read more about Marian here…