ShockBoxx and Beyond the Lines Gallery co-present “The Miniature Show.” Guest curator, Brittany Davis (owner and art director of Beyond The Lines Gallery) will be co-curating the group show. The show is NOW open – see below for gallery hours to view the exhibition. It’s fantastic!!
Each artwork in the exhibit will be 10×10 inches or smaller. The exhibition will feature all media such as computer art, drawing, mixed media, assemblage, painting, print making, photography, and sculpture.Artists include: Richard Bilow, Brayden Art, Irina Chelyapov, Irma Dorokhova, Brian Guth, Greg Alan Jankowski, Terry Marks-Tarlow, Lark Pilinsky, Frederika Roeder, Linda Stelling, and many more.
Linda Stelling will be exhibiting 4 pieces at the Miniature Art Show, Saturday, February 24 through March 5th at Shockboxx Project Gallery in Hermosa Beach. The show is hosted by Mike Collins and Laura Schuler of Shockboxx, with special guest curator Brittany Davis, owner and art director of Beyond The Lines Gallery. It will feature miniature works (in the size range of 10″ x 10″ or smaller) and will include the works of artists in the disciplines of computer art, drawing, mixed media, assemblage, painting, print making, photography, and sculpture. All work will be for sale.
Four works by Linda Stelling, 8×6 acrylic on plaster with resin, museum float frame
Frederika Roeder said she is excited to be exhibiting at the Miniature Art Show Shockboxx Project Gallery in Hermosa Beach. “Snowflower is a spiritual piece about a beautiful day at 11,000 feet high at Mammoth, Ca. above the timberline, explained Roeder. “Early Spring for skiers is magical as seedlings begin to appear amongst the barren landscape where vivid blue and sparkling white predominate the landscape as oxygen decreases. The soft snows leaves ski tracks that glimmer from the sun. The little green at that altitude is washed out against the vast sheets of snow, thus, the transparent aquas. The glass bead gel replicates the feel, look and even sound of snow and skis as they glide downhill…think of the sounds and trails we are watching right now at the Winter Olympics.”
“Snowflower” by Frederika B. Roeder, 10”x 10”x 1.5”nAcrylic glazes on panel board with glass bead gel & light molding gel
Stop in NOW to see the exhibition. Viewing hours Sunday, February 25: 3pm to 5pm; Wednesday, February 28: 6pm to 8pm; Thursday, March 1: noon to 2pm;
On View: March 5, 2018