You are cordially invited to join Art(ist)serv and Thermal.Gallery celebrate the New AZ Art exhibition at the Artists Bash!
Join us for a glass of wine (or two), meet the artists and curator, and enjoy a selection of contemporary AZ art from some seasoned veterans and up-and-comers!
When: Friday, September 16, 6-10pm
Where: The Walter Art Gallery, 6425 E Thomas Rd, Scottsdale, AZ
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We are excited to announce the opening of our Fall New AZ Art exhibition that we will feature online in our 100% virtual Thermal.Gallery hosted on the Exhibbit platform AND will be physically installed at the Walter Art Gallery in Scottsdale!
The exhibition will be available for viewing online 24 /7 and by appointment at the Walter during the month of September 2016.
Artist reception – September 16, 2016, 6-10pm
Closing reception – September 30, 2016, 6-10pn
Thermal.Gallery sponsored by Art(ist)serv – http://www.artistserv.com/thermal-gallery
The Walter Art Gallery, 6425 E Thomas Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
On view in our 100% virtual gallery through the month of June is Phoenix artist Benjamin Goens solo exhibition “Stencilism: In the cut.” BenJam studied Art History and Art Education at university but has always had a fascination with hip-hop culture, graffiti, and the evolution of street art. Over the last two years he has dedicated himself to learning to cut intricate stencils to create the most realistic depictions of his subjects, often taken from Art History. He sometimes uses up to 12 or more stencils in one image to create lifelike tonal gradations in his imagery. He challenges himself to reconstruct and share the beauty of the past in a modern way to communicate to the broader public.
Visit Thermal.Gallery today on any device connected to the internet!
To view the show simply click on the gallery image above and take a tour!
For the month of May we present a show of all new work by Phoenix artist Lisa O’Riley! Featuring 12 new mixed media paintings, the exhibition reflects inspirations of places she lived, from Hawaii to Phoenix, including tikis and graffiti writing. The influences show her connection to her past, present, and future surroundings.
Visit this 100% online virtual exhibition by clicking on the image below to redirect to our Exhibbit platform. It is accessible any time from nearly any device connected to the internet. Enjoy!