Category Archive: Mosaic Art Exhibitions
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Over 120 small scale works featured in annual Mosaic Art Salon
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Pictor Imaginarius: INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION at Museo di Fiume, Nazzano, Italy, curated by Alessandro Lugari, Curatore del settore Arti Musive del Museo del Fiume
The exhibition runs May 25-26, 2013, with a full catalog available for purchase at the Museo di Fiume.
A selection of sixty works from around the world is an exhibition that, although in different cultural and geographical experiences, the strength and vitality of the mosaic are always open to new experiments which demonstrate the desire and the intent to convey emotion and sensation. The participants were selected in two categories, emerging and professional, and they come from all over the Italian territory, from countries in and outside Europe (Canada, USA, Brazil, Africa, Russia, Ukraine ….). Invited artists include SAMA members Karen Ami (Illinois), Sue Giannotti (Missouri), and Matteo Randi (Illinois & Ravenna). All of the participating artists are representatives of different schools of traditional mosaic art. The exhibition is being held in the medieval village of Nazzano, just to the north of Roma, at the Museo di Fiume. The composition of the jury will be seeking the same formula adopted in previous editions, with two great artists working in the field of mosaic for many decades: the first, Professor Luciana Notturni, , the second, Professor Enzo Tinorelli, a teacher at the Academy of Fine Arts in Carrara. The jury will also consist of a successful architect, Charles Celia, art historian, Silvia Sordini , and President of the Sabinarte, Dr Luisa Decorti, established artist and designer of the capital.
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JRB Art at the Elms, 2810 N. Walker, Oklahoma City, OK
May 3, 2013 – June 2, 2013
This is an exhibition of all new work by the Award Winning Artist, Brooks Tower at the pre-eminent private gallery in Oklahoma City, with selections of his earlier work.
Opening night is May 3, 5-9p.m.
The Elms, an historically important building, was built in 1920 as the resident studio/gallery of Dr. and Mrs. Nan Sheets. Cited in 1931 as one of the most distinguished buildings in Oklahoma City, The Elms has been restored to its original purpose and currently provides 4500 square feet of exhibition space to JRB Art at The Elms.
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Third Floor Corridor Gallery, 815 Seattle Boulevard, Seattle, WA
April 4- May 24, 2013
TRANSPOSITION is a site-responsive exhibition showcasing the work of fifteen artists from the Americas whose work is work grounded in the mosaic medium. The site is Inscape, the arts and culture enclave occupying Seattle’s former Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS) building. Given the familiar metaphor of humanity as a mosaic, the medium’s ancient and contemporary associations, and the building’s former and current functions, the invited artists have created work responding to the concept of “transposition”, broadly imagined.
Opening: First Thursday, 4 April 2013, 6-10 p.m.
This exhibit is featured on the Seattle Mosaic Tour of the American Mosaic Summit, 2013.
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