NOVEMBER – DECEMBER
GROUP SHOW + AUSTIN STUDIO TOUR
EXHIBITION DATES: OCTOBER 30TH – DECEMBER 22ND
We’re thrilled to share the artwork of Arielle Austin, Ella Nilsson & Sari Shryack for our favorite time of year, Austin Studio Tour!
In addition to our exhibiting artists, we have our resident fine art scanner and printer, Cassie Gonzalez of Pixel Perfect Art and artwork from over 10 talented artists.
SARI SHRYACK: SUBLIME TAPESTRY
EXHIBITION DATES: AUGUST 31ST – OCTOBER 21ST
Sari Shryack’s Sublime Tapestry, features artworks that reflect her journey as both an artist and a mother, navigating the recent years of life within the confines of home during an unusual era.
Several pieces within the collection are characterized by distinctive patterns. These patterns, when intertwined with traditional still life motifs, conjure the familiar feminine themes associated with crafting, domestic chores, and serenity. The intention is to challenge the misconception of these endeavors being tranquil, composed, and gentle. In essence, these artworks function as a chronicle of her experience during the Covid era, documenting her path through motherhood and the pursuit of a career amidst the turmoil that has enveloped both her personal and external environment.
KATE COOK – SHE’S BEEN EVERYWHERE, MAN
EXHIBITION DATES JULY 3RD – AUGUST 28TH
ABOUT SHE’S BEEN EVERYWHERE, MAN:
Kate Cook recently introduced her captivating series titled “She’s Been Everywhere, Man!” This innovative collection of canvas paintings in automotive enamel paints takes inspiration from the iconic song sung by Johnny Cash, “I’ve Been Everywhere.” Each painting depicts women of timeless beauty driving classic and custom cars to America’s most historic and iconic locations, including Bonneville, Las Vegas, The Fort Worth Stockyards, Yellowstone, and more. Through vivid colors and bold linework, Kate’s artworks evoke a sense of nostalgia while offering a progressive twist. The series showcases her ability to tell stories through a single image, much like the timeless artists who inspire her. With Speed and Kulture Magazine and Alpha 6 Corporation as sponsors, Kate feels humbled and grateful for the opportunity to create this series, which captures the spirit of exploration, freedom, and the enduring allure of classic automobiles.
ABOUT OPEN SERIES:
Using the sensual qualities of oil, Rebecca Bennett creates layered abstractions that explore the dynamics of color, line, and texture. The viewers are encouraged by the abstraction to interpret their experience of the work rather than the work itself.
Rebecca’s work plays with the abstracted modern landscape, often incorporating a strong horizon line. Light and dark, space and scale are utilized to encourage the viewers to step into the work and react, as well as reflect.
Rebecca’s process involves a partnership between the artist and paint, as they negotiate the surface of the canvas as if the paint possessed animated qualities.
DANIKA OSTROWSKI – FOWL PLAY: CANDID MOMENTS WITH BIRDS
EXHIBITION DATES: MARCH 2ND TO APRIL 23RD
This show features a brand new series of work by artist Danika Ostrowski. Her collection of candid and sometimes humorous colored pencil drawings capture birds in their unfiltered and natural states, reminding us of the beauty and humor surrounding us every day. 20% of sales from the show will be donated to the Audubon Society, supporting their mission to protect and conserve birds and their habitats.
KIAH DENSON: ALLOWING
EXHIBITION DATES: MARCH 2ND TO APRIL 23RD
After relinquishing her public studio space at the end of 2019, Kiah planned a temporary breather from the art world, unaware of what 2020 would soon bring. The next few years offered loss, grief, and opportunities for expansion and exploration; she leaned into the power and peace of the present, shedding expectations and releasing attachments. This exhibition showcases the limited work she created during that time, some completed and revisited pieces from 2019, and her most recent work of this year so far. For Kiah, art illuminates the ever-changing path of the Now. The journey never ends, and you can’t get it wrong.