Bright colors and bold shapes describe the works of Georgia Lawson. She enjoys working in Oils, Watercolors, and occasionally does pen and ink drawings. Her subject matter varies from landscapes to still-life and abstracts. But Ms.
Come enjoy the BCAG Gallery December exhibit "Let It Snow!" Members will have their individual interpretations of the holiday theme on display. This exhibit always offers a variety of medium and subject. An Artists Reception will be held Saturday Dec. 9 from 1-3.
CCAI presents its exhibition, Wish You Were Here, by Las Vegas artist Susanne Forestieri at the CCAI Courthouse Gallery. CCAI will host a reception for the artist on Friday, October 6, 5-7pm. The exhibit will be in the gallery from October 6, 2017 – January 18, 2018. Forestieri focuses her work on the figure and abstract images. She applies her expressive, impressionistic style to diverse subjects including showgirls, dancers, family portraits, New York City street scenes, and landscapes.
The Nevada Artists Association gallery presents its 67th annual "Nevada Day Art Show", which opened October 22nd and will run through January 6, 2018. This is a judged exhibition that was opened to all the artists of the region. Awards were given in nine different media categories.
CCAI is delighted to present an exhibition by the art faculty members from Carson, Dayton, and Douglas high schools. The artists include: Rita Borselli, K.C. Brennan, Kara Ferrin, Michael Malley, John Martin, Zoe Shorten, Malaynia Wick, and Kelley Yost. The exhibition includes photography, sculpture, drawings, ceramics, painting, and mixed media.
CCAI announces its exhibition, "Inside and Outside the Lines", with artwork by artists Jonathan Farber and Susan Kotler at the city’s Sierra Room located in the Community Center. Kotler creates works using watercolors allowing for spontaneous and direct expression. She finds inspiration for her art in natural phenomena. Farber bases his drawings on a specific mark-making style. He uses patterns of redundant, diminutive marks that are evident on an individual basis and also combine with other marks to form a larger whole or image.
Nevada State College’s Office of Arts & Culture is pleased to announce the NTI-Traveling Exhibition, Basin and Range, curated by Checko Salgado and Jerry Schefcik, telling the story of a geographical province that covers more than 700,000 acres, now identified as the Basin and Range National
Nevada State College’s Office of Arts & Culture, Department of Humanities, and Visual Media invite you to a screening of the documentary WHEN THEY AWAKE. The film will be followed by a Q&A with its co-director, Hermon Farahi.
Blair Saxon-Hill lives and works in Portland, Oregon. Her assemblage and collage works form what Saxon-Hill calls “impossible documents” - works that further a sensorium of documentation, perception and memory outside that of information and data.
Kevin Holmes’ BFA exhibit, "Processed Perspective", is dealing with process based forms derived from personal communication through found object materials, and developed from an internal dialogue of fears and emotions. Reception is Nov 30th.
To intertwine can mean to twist or twine together, but it can also mean to link or unite different ideas. Chris Harrison’s BFA exhibit, "Intertwine", is about the idea of weaving or “intertwining” different photos, ideas, and settings into one concept.
This exhibit includes a selection of some of the artwork that was in the summer exhibit of members work held at the Sahara West Library Gallery. The work includes functional and non-functional ceramic sculpture. In most of it, the viewer can see clean form lines and graphic colorful glazes.
This exhibit focuses on the local Hispanic visual arts community through a group of artwork that explores relevant cultural topics.
“Words + Images: Broadsides from the Black Rock Press”, featuring 34 broadsides produced at the Black Rock Press at the University of Nevada, Reno using the letterpress process with handset type and relief plates. The printing was done on a Vandercook cylinder proofing press.
The beautiful, the distorted, the deep layers of life. Benjamin Schmitt has a unique way of showing us nature’s rhythms that lie beneath the surface. This takes us on an emotional journey of the abstract and
Please join us for a very merry show featuring generous holiday pricing on original artwork. We are featuring both local and national return artists, as well as newcomers to our gallery for this special event.
Contemporary Southwest artist Nancy Good presents her work "See, Touch and Go Dream: The Burning Tapestries" in a solo exhibit at The Winchester Cultural Center in Las Vegas, NV.
UNLV School of Music students compose new works in response to art on view at the UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art. Composers will introduce their works to the audience and answer any questions. The new works will be performed by UNLV student performers.
Carson Valley Arts Council (CVAC) presents local artist and photographer Nancy Raven at the Copeland Gallery in Minden from November 9, 2017 through January 1, 2018. The exhibit can be viewed Monday through Saturday10am to 5pm.
In January of 2015, four artists who met at the University of Iowa while getting their MFA, spent ten days in the desert in residency at the Goldwell Open Air Museum. They returned in February of 2017 where they finished the work they began two years earlier.
The College of Southern Nevada Department of Fine Arts will host an exhibition of interactive sound and light sculptures by California artist, Margaret Noble.
The College of Southern Nevada Department of Fine Arts will host an exhibition of drawing, painting and mixed media artwork by Béziers, France, artist and author Marianic Parra. Parra’s artwork explores the natural forms as Parra hopes to endear her work with graciousness, generocity and spirit.
Turning Over a New Leaf: Fabric Constructions by Lisa Flowers Ross features bright and bold abstract artworks using hand died fabric. Drawing upon themes of nature and daily observation, fabric and thread is transformed into simple shapes with an emphasis on line, color and composition.
Angles and Eaves: Deconstructing Architecture features hard-edge acrylic paintings reflecting the architectural styles of California before the turn of the 20th Century.
Preserved: Limb, timber and tree-spirit features paintings of serene, color drenched environments exploring themes of nature. Artist Jennifer Kapnek uses layers of acrylic paint on recycled wood while incorporating natural elements to reflect concepts of history, endurance, and preservation.