This solo exhibit features 30+ ink drawings and paintings from a working collection of over 9 years.
Be warned…. Gilbert’s obsessively detailed illustrative style will entrance you for hours on end. With this show a unique short story accompanies each piece and his influences from dreams, comics, space, and cats weave continuously throughout the entire collection.
As a final full impact punch, Clutter 4.0 also features a specially composed soundtrack and a running projected animation.
Here is a youtube clip from the featured animation:
This coming month Reno Art Works is excited to exhibit the works of a new artist to town, Jennifer Charboneau. The Minneapolis native will transform the 1995 Gallery with expressive drawings, large scale paintings, writings, and installations.
“Yesterdays News” is the newest collection of J.Charboneau works which explores the artist’s filtered chaos theory while highlighting inspiration from the following influences: Television. Radio. News. album covers. Quotes. Movie stills. Dreams. Random thoughts. Caffeine. People watching. And time.
The show will weave you through chaos and leave you satisfied with a familiarity to the artwork.
An incomplete, in-process painting will be one of J.Charboneau’s featured installations. She will work live within the gallery throughout the month to complete the ~3 foot by 8 foot canvas.
We are proud to present Holly English’s exhibit, No Reality Please.
Come on down to our closing Reception 1/31/15 7pm at Reno Art Works!
Reno, NV 89503
NO REALITY PLEASE.. A huge variation in subject matter and styles, I try anything interesting and if I like it, incorporate it into my work. I use mixed media, feathers, jewelry, sand, glass…etc. I don’t mind if elephants are red, blue or yellow…it’s all good. I love what I do and sell a great deal of my works to lawyers, doctors, professors, family and friends of course. Color is my way of looking at a sometimes very dark world, and hopefully it brings light and cheer and bizarreness into your world too. Fun, zany and at the same time some works have hidden messages.
Brad Bynum of the Reno News and Review put together a comprehensive piece on Dickerson, highlighting many of the local businesses here, not just the art.
This is a great read for any one who is interested the many characters on Dickerson Road!