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Represented Artists, New Works
November 9 – December 7
LuminArté Presents is an exhibition showcasing new works by represented artists as well as a selection of gallery favorites. In addition, we are presenting a roster of new artists to the Dallas art scene alongside a wide range of local talent. This all-encompassing presentation of 76 artists from 25 countries opens on November 9th, with a reception from 7-10pm; and many artists will be in attendance. The exhibition runs through December 7th; both the exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.
“Madre Gambe Incrociate” by Esther Wertheimer ”Harvest Patterns” by HM Saffer II
Alongside Texas based artists, career US artists combine with esteemed international artists in this mega-showcase of multimedia expression. Many of the participating artists will be revealing their latest works in this must-see exposition of monumental international talent, with 76 artists representing the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, Portugal, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Poland, Latvia, Russia, China, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Mexico, Jamaica, Cuba, Iraq, Iran, Israel and India.
“A Bright New Day” by Lee Ables
A special presentation of paintings by Lee Ables will be on view, honoring his life’s work. Lee spent much of his life in Hawaii, as reflected in his bright, colorful abstract paintings that often depict volcanic activity in vibrant, undersea eruptions. Lee spent his later years in Arizona, where he recently passed away. He will be greatly missed; and we have been honored to represent his work at LuminArté.
JULY 23, #1 by Paul Lorenz
LuminArté is pleased to introduce the artwork of internationally acclaimed artist, Paul Lorenz to the DFW Metroplex. With an education in Bauhaus architecture and fine art, Paul depicts abstraction in its purest form, geometry. Bridging the principals and immediacy of painting, drawing and sound with the logic and detail of architecture, Paul’s artwork becomes defined by his multi-disciplinary process of expression. “Abstraction is not a style, but a state of mind…a way of thinking about action, time and circumstance, confidence and risk-taking, boldness and subtlety.”
Soul Search by Wewer Keohane
LuminArté has been fortunate enough to workwith several celebrated career artists like award winning NY sculptor, Robin Antar, who has become well known for her flawless creations from solid stone in both pure abstraction and uncanny realism. The multi-media works of Colorado artist and author, Wewer Keohane, depict dream motifs with idiosyncratic intricacy, and are featured in the permanent collections of several museums, including the Denver Art Museum, the New Orleans Museum of Art and L’Eventail Museum in Paris, France. Puneeta Mittal, who was born and educated in India, brings a philosophical element to her works in ceramic and painting while focusing on the symbiotic relationship between science and art. With her knowledge and sense of the complexity of nature’s phenomena, Puneeta searches for universal harmony and balance.
Birth II by Robin Antar Internal Space Installation by Puneeta Mittal
Jamie Labar, Matt Anzak, Jim Lively, Kay Dalton, Jessica Manheim, Leanne Venier, Lauren Stout, John Milton, Roberta Masciarelli, Cathy Shepherd, Michael Pavlovsky, Waleed Arshad, Michelle Lohr, Judith Seay, Melissa Stinson Ellis, Carol Ordemann,Saba and Shams Rasheed, Claire Giroux, Tom Karges, Alison Jardine, Daniela Rangel Matchael, Jeff McClung, Etty Horowitz, Sergei Rodionov, Gene Mittler, Jared Lee,Trent Mann, Kipp Tuers, Magi Calhoun, Lee Ables, Ray Ferrer, Viktorija Bulava, H.M. Saffer II, Esteban Leyva, Alejandro Leyva, Flavia D'Ascoli, Francisco Ceron, Puneeta Mittal, Lina Linkimer, Elisha Ben Yitzhak, Raquel Rub, Anabel Peicher , Richard Bailey, Ron Burkhardt, Ted Barr, Teri Starkweather, Nicolantonio Mucciaccia, Jim Pescott, Tina Spiro, Mark Ashton Vey, Sina Khoshravi, Cesar Santafe, Otto Rapp, Shawn Man Roland, Esther Wertheimer, Shahla Rosa, Paul Lorenz, JoAnn Cox, Alicia Torres, Araceli Salcedo, Anica Shpilberg, Bronwyn Towle, He Sien, Irene Neal, Charlotte Martin, Chema Gill, Jaime Ferreyros, Donna Lee Steffens, Katrin Alvarez, Robin Antar, Li Haibing, Salvatore Zagami, Wewer Keohane, Victor Frankowski, Santiago Ribeiro, Liba Waring Stambollion, Luba Muravyeva.
"Celebration" - Melissa Stinson Ellis
- Jim Pescott
TVAA SIGNATURE EXHIBITION
December 14, 2013 - January 11, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday December 14th, from 7 – 10pm
DALLAS- LuminArté Gallery presents a distinguished group of Texas based artists in the next TVAA Signature Artists exhibition, which opens on December 14th with a reception from 7-10pm, and runs through January 11th, 2014. Both the exhibition and reception are free and open to the public; and many artists will be in attendance.
Still Life by Julianne Biehl Texas Cactus Cove by Elisabeth Schalij
The Texas Visual Arts Association inspires communication and cooperation between artists and the Dallas community by providing multi-media exhibitions, and by offering educational workshops, seminars, and tours of major museums and private collections. The TVAA has sponsored the development of the Dallas Arts District though promoting creative community involvement, including an annual High School Show that spotlights local high school students. The recent High School Show 2013 exhibition featured over 960 artworks.
Blue Rhythm by Marie D. Van Arsdale
A select few artists have achieved the special status of TVAA Signature Membership, which is an honor worthy of the time and dedication involved in reaching that goal. To qualify, an artist must be an active member and be chosen to show in five juried TVAA exhibitions, a status that may take several years to accomplish.
This year’s TVAA Signature selection includes Artyce Colen, Cecilia Thurman, David Blow, Marie D. Van Arsdale, Elisabeth Schalij, Gisa Elwazir, Austin Craver, Jane Cornish Smith, Lori Cusick, Bob Nunn, Marie Renfro, Barbara Elam, Marilyn Eitzen Jones, Celine Raphael-Leygues, Ann Pearle, Martha Box, Pat Kochan, Karin Michele Anderson, John Voelker, Penelope Bisbee, Betsy Daves Bass, Jackie Maclelland, Jean E McIntosh, Brenda McKinney, Julianne Biehl, Silvia Thornton, Peg Roselund, Madeleine Terry, Judy Buckner and Sheila Cunningham.
Chita by Barbara Elam Copper Image by Pat Kochan