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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Still Point Art Gallery Opens "Global Lifestyles: Big Cities, Small Towns, Tiny Villages"

I am very pleased to announce the opening of Still Point Art Gallery's online exhibition - Global Lifestyles: Big Cities, Small Towns, Tiny Villages.
Some people love the big city, others love small towns, and still others enjoy a stay in a tiny village. Around the globe...the city, the town, the village...each has its own skyline, view, personality, flavor, aroma, and feeling. Perhaps your art is inspired by where you live or maybe it is the product of your travels. In any case, artists were invited to share expressions of the global lifestyle...be it in the big city, a small town, or a tiny village.
Drying Clothes by George Gati                              Cisco, Utah by Ron Testa
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A fascinating collection of scenes from around the world, this exhibition may inspire you to pack your bags and travel. Far beyond that, however, we hope it will bring forth a desire to see ... really SEE the world...perhaps the world that is your own hometown. See the world's diversity of landscape...dry and dusty, green and lush, sometimes mountainous, sometimes flat; its wonderful and interesting people with their different customs and lifestyles; and its amazing man-made structures...buildings, bridges, super highways, winding roads, places of worship. You can choose to travel far or just go around the corner. There is so much to SEE!

 Village by Linda LaRose
 
Artists of Distinction for this exhibition are George Gati, Peter Kempson, Frank Myers, and Ron Testa. Be sure to view their amazing art in the gallery, and keep your eye on this blog for upcoming articles about these artists and their work.


Cisco Utah by Ron Testa, digital inkjet print, 14 x 11, framed, $300
Village by Linda LaRose, digital photograph, 10 by 7, framed $500
Drying Clothes by George Gati, archival digital pigment-based print, 20 x 16, not framed, $225

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Christine Brooks Cote
Still Point Art Gallery
September 29, 2010

1 comment:

  1. Wow, what a terrific collection of images. I am very proud to be included in this exhibition and applaud the amazing work of my fellow exhibitors. Stellar stuff!

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