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Alyssa Monks

Gallery artist Alyssa Monks’ paintings featured in acclaimed drama

The New York Times

By ALEXIS SOLOSKI MARCH 23, 2018

 

We are pleased to share Gail Severn Gallery Artist, Alyssa Monks is featured in the March 25th edition New York Times.

 

Alyssa Monks’ canvases are integral to the sixth and final season of the FX drama, “The Americans”.

 

 Alyssa will have a solo exhibition this July at Gail Severn Gallery. We will be receiving more work over the next few months so check regularly for new paintings by Alyssa.

 

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 Credit Christopher Gregory for The New York Times

Bo Bartlett

The Bo Bartlett Center Opens with a Vision for Community Service Through the Arts

Hyperallergic.com  • March 21, 2018

Bo Bartlett Center • 921 Front Ave, Columbus, GA 31901

 

The artist Bo Bartlett recently got together with family and friends to celebrate the opening of an eponymous arts center that intends to serve the Columbus community through a rich program of exhibitions, concerts, lectures, and film.

 

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Inez Storer

Jewish Folktales Retold: Artist as Maggid

The Contemporary Jewish Museum

September 28, 2017 – January 28, 2018

736 Mission Street • San Francisco, CA 94103

 

Inez Storer was chosen to exhibit newly commissioned works along side sixteen other  contemporary artists in response to a selection of tales from Jewish folklore. Acting as modern maggids—storytellers, transmitters of knowledge, secrets revealers—they explore the many facets of these stories’ characters, themes, and metaphors. Artists include: Michael Arcega, Julia Goodman, Dina Goldstein, Andy Diaz Hope and Laurel Roth Hope, Vera Iliatova, David Kasprzak, Mads Lynnerup, Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor, Mike Rothfeld, Tracey Snelling, Chris Sollars, M. Louise Stanley, Inez Storer, and Young Suh and Katie Peterson.

 

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