The preview for Force of Nature is now online! An exhibition of new works, featuring Chris Leib’s bonobos and infantile astronauts, Rachel Bess’ miniature modern day furies and Stuart Amos’ elemental juxtapositions of man and nature. Opening Reception 6-9pm Saturday, October 15. Exhibition runs until November 6.
beinArt Gallery presents Force of Nature, a three person exhibition of new oil paintings, featuring Chris Leib’s bonobos and infantile astronauts, Rachel Bess’ miniature modern day furies and Stuart Amos’ elemental juxtapositions of man and nature. WHEN: Opening Reception 6-9pm Saturday, October 15. Exhibition runs until November 6. SEE PREVIEW ONLINE Contact us for sales enquiries Chris Leib (USA) graduated in anthropology from the University of California Berkeley but… Read More
Beau White is an Australian hyperrealist and figurative oil painter who uses nightmarish imagery and absurdism to explore the darker side of the human condition. For his new exhibition The Muck & The Mire Beau has created a series of intricately detailed oil paintings that represent both primal fears and modern anxieties. This body of work explores the urge to resist nature and control the wilderness and “the other”… Read More
Part art, part cabaret, ALL FUN! Fancy a scribble but not sure where to start? This is the world’s premier alternative drawing movement. Like Kurt Vonnegut said “practising an art, no matter how well or how badly is a way to make your soul grow”. Whether you’re an artstar or a scribbling newbie, Dr. Sketchys is the perfect place to get your fill of drawing fun. Bringing together students,… Read More
California Center for The Arts Escondido in collaboration with Distinction Gallery presents All These Answers That May Never Come Our Way. Jon Jaylo’s paintings are visual riddles waiting to be solved. Just like enigmas, his paintings are composed of metaphorical elements. These visual riddles, however, are more complex than most riddles we know because they were composed to correspond to unlimited numbers of equally valid answers. An avid observer… Read More
John Brosio uses traditional painting to portray the relationship of people to their environment in very nontraditional terms. With elements both funny and foreboding, his work captures what people so often miss: the awe that should be inspired by some very large thing we’re overlooking and our arrogant inflation of our own place within the universe. Brosio’s paintings challenge us to not get stuck in the milieu of the… Read More