The Featured Artist Exhibit highlights works by Shirley Jeane -shape oriented, stylized paintings as well as some more realistic paintings.
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.
Boulder City Winter ArtFest is a smaller, more direct gathering of local artists. This art festival is held indoors, in the Parks & Recreational Center, with about 35-40 artists exhibiting their works, much of which is specific to the holiday season.
CCAI presents Dylan Silver's clear underwater photographs that give the viewer an unusual view of Lake Tahoe. As soon as Silver acquired his underwater camera, he shot for more than 60 days over the next two years and gathered more than 100,000 images. A reception for the artist is Tuesday, August 15, 5-7pm; the public is invited. The show is in CCAI's Sierra Room Gallery through November 9.
CCAI announces its student exhibition, "ART from UNR", at the Community Development Building [the Brick], 108 E Proctor Street, Carson City. Thirty-six students collaborated to create the two sculptures. The Brick is open to the public daily, 8am – noon, 1-4pm. The free exhibition will remain in the building’s lobby exhibition space from July 11 through October 19.
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.
CCAI's Nevada Neighbors series presents, "Vegas Culture on the Rise", an overview of Las Vegas vibrant art scene by curator Michele Quinn. She will discuss the progress Las Vegas has made in public art over the past 10 years and current developments, both public and private.
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
JULY at The Corner Gallery:
"AHIMSA" The Buddhist doctrine of refraining from harming any living thing.
Shed Skakeskin Art from Bethany Thomas and many art pieces from Sig Henriquez.
PLUS works by many other local artists.
An exhibit, "Coloring Life," by Blanca Roa. At Whitney Library Gallery.
Do you have a favorite building in the Vegas Valley that no one knows about? Join us for a crowd-sourced photography project!
And all you need is your phone. No camera required.
This exhibit features Donald Corpier Starr's deeply humanist drawings; Hayden Senter's mysterious narrative drawings and prints; Alexander Lui's fantasy landscape drawings; Clarice Tara's strong drawings from life and delicate staged photos of nudes in the landscape; and Terri
Display of metal objects made of silver, copper, bronze, and other materials.
Marc Bradshaw talks about how he makes his beautiful creations of leather and lace. Marc began working with leather over five decades ago int he horse country of Kentucky. He's a member of the international Internet Leather Crafters Guild and Mesquite, Nevada Cowboy Poets Association.
Carson Valley Arts Council (CVAC) presents Native American Artist Melvin Brown at the Copeland Gallery in Minden from September 7, 2017 through November 8, 2017. The exhibit can be viewed Monday through Saturday10am to 5pm. Melvin’s paintings are available for purchase.
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.
The College of Southern Nevada Department of Fine Arts will host an exhibition of photographic artwork by Las Vegas artist and College of Southern Nevada faculty member, Antonio Gomez.
The College of Southern Nevada Department of Fine Arts will host an exhibition of environmentally based photographs by University of Arizona, Tucson, Associate Professor of Photography, Martina Shenal.
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 Artists Co-op Gallery is pleased to host this statewide invitational "miniature" show: "Nevada" Beauty in All Seasons." This is a juried and judged show, with awards to be presented at the reception on October 8th. Reception is from 12-4PM.
Discernment features work by emerging artist Yanessa Martinez. Martinez is a local, conceptual artist working primarily in acrylic. Her haunting paintings deal with the displacement she perceives in her generation that has resulted from recent, global upheaval.
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.
Former University professor Walter McNamara and frequent collaborator Lynda Yuroff have created a new, two-person exhibition as part of University Galleries' exhibition series that investigates the permanent collection.