A new set of exhibitions is coming to Agora Gallery, opening on June 4, 2010 and continuing through June 25 2010. The reception will be held on June 10, 2010. As always, art-lovers are welcomed to attend the opening reception and to visit the gallery to admire the works during the exhibition. Entrance to both exhibition and reception is free.
United in Art: Fine Art from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales celebrates the skill and scope of artists from the United Kingdom and Eire. The colors and forms of this collection of artworks are striking, as is the range of media employed – from crystals and silk in the case of Roisin Fitzpatrick’s stunning creations, to the traditional oil paints combined with contemporary outlook used by Jo Tunmer, the variety of the works will impress all who see them.
Elements of Abstraction focuses, as the name suggests, on the abstract work of a group of talented artists. Color and line speak instead of representational forms, in a language of emotion and power that will leave viewers breathless. The life inherent in the works is striking and heartening, pointing the audience to what is so exceptional about abstract art today.
Enigmatic Realms takes us on a journey of discovery as we dive into the depths and corners of the minds of the artists who lead us, as their work reflects their thoughts, feelings and connection to the world. This selection is one that will speak movingly to what touches our humanity most deeply.
Exhibition dates: June 4, 2010 – June 25, 2010
Reception: Thursday, June 10, 2010 6-8 PM
Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City
Gallery Hours: Tues – Sat, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
United in Art: Fine Art from England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales: Anika Firouzman, Roisin Fitzpatrick, Maria Onyegbule, Patrick Pappi Pearse, Bianca Pirlog, Ian Scott-Reid, Jo Tunmer
Elements of Abstraction: Thierry Fazian, Kim Young Geun, Naveed Hakim, MOO | Monika Mori, Rio’, Xan Salas
Enigmatic Realms: D. Loren Champlin, Alex Hook, Alejandro Mandel, Mary Nangah, Barbara Palka Winek, Terry Wang, Nathalie Weis