Friday, March 10, 2017

315: The Art of Textured Paint


–I'M enthused about an upcoming landscape show at my new gallery, Anthony's Fine Art, on March 17. As suggested by the photo below, the venue offers a unique gallery experience. Unlike the austere settings of many galleries, Anthony's is replete with a wide variety of sculpture, paintings, and antiques. The ambiance is a delightful cross between a European museum and a Renaissance artist's studio (click here for a map).

Anthony's staff is friendly and knowledgeable, and I always love discussing art with them. My paintings will be in the upper salon as you go up the steps on the right. The video below gives you a preview of the show, although six pieces were still waiting to be framed at the time of filming. If you attend on opening night, you will see all 16 artworks.

In the video, I've included some close-ups to give an idea of the texture and color of a few of the paintings. But to be fully appreciated it's best to see the originals. The opening is Friday, March 17, 2017, from 6 to 9 pm. Parking is to the immediate north of the building, but there is always ample parking on the street in the evenings.

If you are in Salt Lake City on March 17, I hope you will drop by for a visit. I would love to meet you and glad to tell you more about my painting project and my process with these particular paintings. Until then.

Brad Teare –March 2017





4 comments:

  1. So grateful for this video. I can have access to such places only in my dreams:-)

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    1. Thanks you so much, Padmaja. I wished you could drop by for the is show. It would be so great to meet you. Until then I am glad you enjoyed the video. I think you would really love this gallery.

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  2. I love all of these paintings so much! I wish I could have been there!

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    1. It was really a lot of fun. I really love the new gallery. It's much more conducive to conversation and I had a lot of really great chats with old friends and artists as well as collectors. Overall a great experience.

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