Art lovers will be in for a double-treat this coming week with the opening of two concurrent exhibitions on Thursday 6 May at the Mutual Gallery and Revolution Gallery.
At 7 pm the Mutual Gallery presents: The Art of Miniature. Every year the Mutual Gallery features an exhibition that concentrates on a medium. This year the focus is on miniature art expressed in painting (David Boxer, Ainsworth Case, Cecil Cooper, Karl “Jerry” Craig, Kacey Shay Fergurson, Robert Joyette, Amy Laskin), in collage (Paula Daley, Annabella Proudlock), in watercolour (Melisande Potter, Susan Shirley), in ceramics (Maxine Gray, Leonia McKoy, David Pinto, Phillip Supersad), in bronze (Gene Pearson), in assemblage art (Derryck Campbell), in printmaking (Eugenio D’Melon) and in textile (Kereina Chang Fatt).
The opening remarks will be given by Maria Jones, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture.
Attached are few images of the Art of Miniature Exhibition
At 7 pm Revolution Gallery presents : Feminine Rising with three women artists: Amy Laskin, Margaret Stanley, Jivanii Redmarks whose work looks at women’s issues. Amy Laskin is showing china painting on porcelain, exploring floral and landscape scenes, Margaret Stanley’s textile work looks at issues of self-healing and Jivanii Redmarks’ is a fantasy video of women as sirens.
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4 thoughts on “The Art of Miniature at Kingston galleries”
As an emerging artist I will love to use art to create piece ,love and harmony within region and wider global community.As a former Edna Manley College of Visual performing Arts.We have to bridge a link with the art and strive fore greater things, I know we are doing so at this moment and we must not let our minds of negative things only positive and excellence.The most contagious spirit is enthusiasm.
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When one seeks to engage into negative activities it only bring forth sudden destruction.To avoid these things from occurring or to pierce the minds use your time wisely:art or any other creative genre, whether it is music, dance or drama.
I am truly grateful for the knowledge in art from my former college,Edna Manley College.I there fore, challenge the world over to engage into creative activities and please do visit galleries if you in Jamaica and else where.
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