We’re opening the gallery on Monday, June 1, and excited about sharing the amazing art our members create. They have been exercising their creativity at their homes and in their studios. We want to share some of that work with you..
Gallery member Renee Decator has been really inspired with some new subject matter and the self distancing led her down to her studio much more than her normal schedule allows. “All the constant news updates, talk of pandemic and hunt for toilet paper stressed me out, so I retreated to one of my “happy places” to focus on the creative process.” “I’m an optimist by nature and escaping to my studio helped keep me reacting positively.”
You probably won’t be surprised to hear that lots and lots of creative types flourish under self-induced isolation. While the gallery has been closed for the past 7 weeks following our state’s guidelines for the Covid 19 virus outbreak, our artists have been exercising their creativity at their homes and studios. We want to share some of that work with you.
Gallery member Tricia Eisen created this painting, “from a photo shoot I did from my car during quarantine. It’s our beautiful Viera wetlands”. Acrylic on board.
Gallery member Jim Kalupa:
“Most of my photographic work is digitally enhanced to some degree depending on how I feel about the image. I took considerable artistic liberty in applying water color effects to this piece.”.
“Venice, Late Afternoon” photo art
We will be re-opening the gallery on Monday, June 1, 2020. We can’t wait for you to see what all our members have been creating. If you’d like to see something in person, send us an email!
Damien’s love and passion for marine life and the lifestyle of a true surfer are all revealed on canvas. He paints to inspire us and to communicate all that is beautiful both physical and spiritual in sea and life.
He works exclusively in acrylics, which gives the work a bold look and every piece ties him to water, be it ocean or the Lagoon. Please join us for this exciting exhibition… come meet Damien Share and enjoy his unique view of Brevard County.