Thursday, February 26, 2009
Nevin Kelly Gallery has jumped on board the Facebook bandwagon. Now we need some friends! You can join our group by clicking here.
In other tech news, we will soon be using Constant Contact for our e-mail updates. If you are not on our e-mail list but would like to be, please e-mail me at email@example.com. We only send e-mails out once or twice a month if not less with information on exhibitions and other gallery events.
What’s to Come
We just received a shipment of paintings from H. Wesley Wheeler for his upcoming solo exhibition “Atmospheric Conditions”. The show will run from March 17 – April 11 with an Opening Reception on Thursday, March 19, 6 to 9 pm. I’ll post some images of the new paintings soon.
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Saturday, February 14, 2009
H. Wesley Wheeler’s work will be featured in an upcoming solo exhibition entitled “Atmospheric Conditions” on view from March 17 - April 11. Mark your calendars for the Opening Reception on Thursday, March 19 from 6-9 pm. Stay tuned for more sneak peaks.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Joan Belmar, “Red”, 2008, mixed media on masonite, 32” x 41”
While Belmar continues to work with strips of painted Mylar and sheets of frosted acetate, his new works incorporate grids, glazing, ink, and a more pronounced use of Mylar ribbons.
Joan Belmar, “Becoming Green and Blue”, 2008, mixed media on masonite, 41” x 32”
The multi-layered pieces are intended to reflect the dual layers of life as Belmar so beautifully expresses:
“My current work explores the conflict on the one hand between the external, structured world in which we all live and are measured and evaluated. But that is only one layer of our lives. On a deeper layer resides our internal, fluid selves, where emotions may be undisciplined and cannot be easily charted. But this is also where the yearning for the connection with independence, freedom and closeness to nature is most purely expressed.”
Joan Belmar, “Exhale Green”, 2008, mixed media on masonite, 37” x 37”
We currently have a number of Joan Belmar’s works on view in the gallery. Stop by and prepare to be mesmerized.
Wednesday, February 04, 2009
What: Inaugural Blast Closing Reception
When: Friday, February 6th from 6 to 9 pm
Where: Warehouse Gallery, 1021 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC (tel. 202.783.3933)
Why: It’s what the doctor ordered.