Three fantastic new exhibitions are coming to Agora Gallery to brighten up the days inside, as they get darker outside. If you need a burst of inspiration in your life, don’t miss out – drop in to enjoy the show, which opens November 23, 2010 and runs until December 14, 2010. The opening reception is on December 02, 2010 and as always, all art-lovers are warmly encouraged to attend.

Portals of Perception features the unforgettable works of artists who seek a version of reality that they can appreciate and relate to, which they then transfer to their art to share with their audience. Sensitively and imaginatively rendered, these images will breathe new life into the world you thought you knew.

The artwork of Rhetorical Realms pushes the boundaries of what we understand about ourselves, our surroundings, and the very nature of creation. Innovative and dynamic, these artists remind us how essential art is to everything we value, and encourage us to make it a central part of our lives as it is in their vision.

The Apex of Transcendence offers us an intimate, appealing connection to a spiritual aspect of the world around us that we too often forget can be found. Passionate and personal, this exhibition presents mesmerizing images which both show the powerful inspiration of their creators and pass that inspiration on to us, their audience.

Exhibition dates: November 23, 2010 – December 14, 2010
Reception: Thursday, December 02, 2010 6-8 PM
Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City
Gallery Hours: Tues – Sat, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Featured artists:
Portals of Perception: Patricia Alvarado, Alex Braverman, Hellen Choo, Clara Gràcia, Santina ‘Semadar’ Panetta, Paul Pierson, Marina Reiter
Rhetorical Realms: Branko Bosnic, Santiago Garci, Simon Norman, Navah Porat, Eleanor Sackett, LeShawn Warren
The Apex of Transcendence: Dominique Boutaud, Ping He, Susan Marx, David Masllorens, Lakshmi Nair, Cathrine Oberg, Cory ‘Brendan’ Parker, Chantal Westby, Nami Yang

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