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Broschofsky Galleries Jill McVarish. McVarish blends an acknowledgment of contemporary and more absurdist art with a reverence for traditional painting and visual composition.
Gilman Contemporary The art of Wendel Wirth.
Harvey Art Project “BUKU : Paintings from Yirrkala.” Paintings from one of Australia’s leading indigenous art centers located in remote northeast Arnhem Land. Held in conjunction with Aurobora at Aurobora, back room.
Kneeland Gallery Annual Plein Air Exhibition. Participating artists: Robert Moore, John Horejs, Jack Braman, Steven Lee Adams, Lori McNee, Shanna Kunz, Bart Walker, Caleb Meyer, Ovanes Berberian. Painting dates: August 2-4. Workshop with Lori McNee: July 31 and August 1.
Friesen Gallery Lawrence Fodor, Eclipse: obscured memories. Friesen Gallery enthusiastically announces an exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles and Santa Fe-based artist Lawrence Fodor. Opening reception: August 5. Total solar eclipse private reception: August 21. AUGUST 4
GALLERY WALK Hosted by the Sun Valley Gallery Association (SVGA), Gallery Walks take place from 5-8 p.m. and feature exhibition openings that are free to the public.
6 THROUGHOUT SEPTEMBER
Broschofsky Galleries Ewoud de Groot. de Groot’s free style of painting reveals abstract technique in combination with a figurative subject, most often birds and mammals in nature.
Kneeland Gallery “Under the Summer Sun.” Artists: Neal Philpott, Linda St. Clair, Jennifer Lowe. Opening Reception: September 1. Artists will be in attendance for Gallery Walk. SEPTEMBER 1
Raphaelle Goethals offers an artist talk. 10 a.m.
Hosted by the Sun Valley Gallery Association (SVGA), Gallery Walks take place from 5-8 p.m. and feature exhibition openings that are free to the public.
SEPTEMBER 1 - NOVEMBER 14
Gail Severn Gallery
Gilman Contemporary Nicholas Kontaxis. Special exhibition benefitting Camp Rainbow Gold. 5-7 p.m.
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Sun Valley Center for the Arts “The Unreliable Narrator.” Features work by artists who ask
viewers to question or complete the stories they present in their art. How do we find our way through a storyline when we can’t depend on the narrator? Participating artists include Holly Andres, Mark Dion, Jenny Kendler, Gina Phillips and Deb Sokolow.
1) “Dream Catcher” by Jill McVarish, oil on canvas, 40” x 28” 2) “Automedon and the Horses of Achilles” by Lawrence Fodor, oil, linseed oil and alkyd resin on canvas, 60” x 120” 3) “Spring at Last” by Lori McNee, encaustic, 48” x 42” 4) “Ptarmigan” by Ewoud de Groot, oil on linen, 32” x 32” 5) “Hockey” by Nicholas Kontaxis, acrylic on canvas, 48” x 72” 6) “The Call of the Alluvial Empire,” by Gina Phillips, fabric, thread, acrylic paint, courtesy the artist and Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans