The Silver Moon Artwork Gallery celebrates its official opening on Friday, Oct. 18, and will likely be open for the 2019 Artwork Crawl, Venue #30. There will likely be a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. with dwell music and refreshments.
The gallery will spotlight the work of three achieved native artists: Mark Benson (fantastic artwork panorama images), Levi Purjue (Indigenous fantastic artwork work and carvings) and Sandy Kay (fantastic artwork work).
Mark Benson is a famend panorama photographer on the Coast. Benson’s inspiration in his images is to replicate the uncooked fantastic thing about the West Coast and his model of lengthy publicity images reveals the Divine by minimalist composition. “It’s a reflection of my interior religious journey that I discover expressed in B.C.’s uncooked nature.” His work is bought internationally.
Levi Purjue is a self-taught painter and carver who works to develop complicated photos that join the Tahltan and Shoshone heritage together with his expertise rising up within the Haida Gwaii. Music is a elementary a part of his inspiration and as a musician, he creates an avenue of dynamic expression all through his paintings. Naturalism is his model; utilizing acrylic medium he strives to evoke the sensation of movement in his paintings. Purjue can also be a wooden carver, utilizing primarily crimson and yellow cedar to create expressions of Indigenous tradition. Carving from a pure and dwelling materials akin to wooden feels fully grounding for Purjue.
Sandy Kay is a well-known, skilled artist on the Sunshine Coast. She lately exhibited her Tangled Internet Sequence at GPAG. Kay’s work are very emotion-based, working in each classical and up to date types, from summary to photo-realism. The commonality will be discovered of their tales. “I try to create a sense reasonably than painting an image, to evoke a response from the viewer and create a way of time and place on this quickly altering world. We regularly miss the small moments, the apparent unseen, what occurs on the sidelines. I’m particularly drawn to the portrayal of sunshine and environment in my work.” Kay’s photos are all primarily based on the West Coast.
The Silver Moon Artwork Gallery, positioned at #307 – 287 Gower Level Rd., is the latest version to the Decrease Gibsons neighborhood of native retailers, eating places and artisans. The mission of the gallery is to bridge the works of three various native artists and supply the artwork neighborhood with a collection of inspirational work.
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