Come share the magic!
Opening reception - Saturday, Dec. 5 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 PM
Gallery X Invitational Series Presents: Paintings by contemporary landscape artist Roy St. Christopher Rossow
Roy St. Christopher Rossow was born in Montego Bay, Jamaica. He emigrated to the United States at the age of 8 for better medical care after acquiring a severe case of polio. Raised in a small rural New England town, surrounded by corn fields and open pastures, Roy gained a love and appreciation for nature. He studied painting and computer science at Salve Regina University; receiving a BA and BS. After working for over 15 years as a digital artist, Roy decided to pursue a graduate degree in painting at the University or Massachusetts Dartmouth in New Bedford, M.A. to eventually teach painting and drawing as a college professor. Since completing his masters degree, Roy has been living and working in the historic downtown New Bedford, MA.
My appreciation for nature and the world around me was nurtured early on by the rural settings I was raised in. The different places and environments that I have since lived in, has been the inspiration to my work.
The landscapes I create are an exploration of the magic of natural and man-made light. In my work I seek to capture the poetic beauty of the landscape defined in these settings. I am drawn to the rich colors, sumptuous form, and value that light reveals. My paintings attempt to have a dialogue with the viewer and evoke humanistic feelings at varying levels that light and color create. I am fascinated by nature in its entirety, but currently my focus is my immediate sense of place on the landscape.
Open community art show. All artists welcome, Up to 3 pieces per artist, Two-dimensional works should be no larger than 3x3 ft. The entry fee is $10 per piece or 3 for $25 . Submit your work to Gallery X before July25th during regular hours. (Make checks payable to Gallery X). Gallery X charges a 35% commission to non members so please add that when figuring your sales price. Members of the Gallery can enter their work without a fee. Do be certain that your work is prepared to be displayed. The Hanging itself will take place on the evening of Monday, July 27th, All work should be ready to hang with wire or proper hanging attachments. Any work mailed should include paid return postage. Gallery X is not responsible for work left in the Gallery after show closes, We do not have safe storage for unclaimed art, please pick work up promptly when show ends.
July 29-Aug. 29 , 2015
Opening Reception Aug. 1st 7-10 PM Deadline for submissions July 26
Way back, in the Summer before the Big White Out of 2015 a peculiar thing happened to some members of Gallery X. We all received a letter from Sue Hauck's hacked yahoo account. The letter was too close to the truth and we immediately feared identity theft! Before the authorities could be notified, in each of our names we found plane tickets, in our inboxes to Istanbul…all expenses paid. We were carted off on an mystical adventure to find ancient artifacts of a lost era in human civilization.
Raiders of the Lost Art is an exhibition where the limits are only your imagination within the theme of Modern Relics. From religious icons to cultural mythology we invited you to explore the expressions of ancient art. From depictions of the masculine / feminine relationship struggle to the polytheistic worship of nature, spirit animals and elemental motifs…ALL to be fused together in harmony.
There will be a public reception on Saturday, June 13th, from 7-10 pm to display our Art•ifacts. Attend! Tell some friends! Tell some strangers! You can pick up work on Sunday July 1st, from 11-3pm.
Drop-off delivery dates are from May 27th through June 7th, during regular gallery hours, 11am - 3pm. Hanging day is Monday June 8th. If you have any special requirements for display, please make them clear! The show opens on Wednesday, June 10th, and runs through Sunday, June 28th.
Vinny et Moi
A SPECIAL ART SHOW AT GALLERY X in the
Frederick Douglass Gallery NEW BEDFORD
June 10 – 28 2015
Works based on Van Gogh's art destroyed in WWII.
generated by Rev. Dr. Bill Comeau in 2008 are for sale
to benefit Gallery X and Bill Comeau Ministries.
Lectures on Saturday June 13 & 20 at 2 p.m.
Meet the Artist at the Opening June 10th @ 11:30 a.m
Contemporary Women Artists
An invitational exhibition curated by Diane Cournoyer.
Also: Paintings by Anne Carrozza- Remick and Steven Remick
Receptions: Saturday, April 18, 7-10 pm
Calling all Artists!
When the moon hits your eye, like a big pizza pie, that's assault and battery. No, wait, that's amore! (Thanks, Imaginary Dean Martin. Ooh, now I want pizza. In fact, I could be said to love pizza.) Amore! That's the title of our kick-off show of 2015, here at Gallery X. We're looking for your artistic musings on the subject of love. Who do you love? What do you love? What does your artwork say about love? If you have any sort of answer to these questions, in the form of paintings, photographs, or other displayable objets d'art, please join our February exhibition!
The submission fee for entry is $25, with up to 3 pieces per artist. Gallery X charges a 35% commission on sales. Members of the gallery can submit work without a fee.
Please ensure that all artwork is ready to hang or be displayed. Framed work should be wired or otherwise ready to be mounted on the wall.
DATES! Drop-off delivery dates are from January 28th through February 1st, during regular gallery hours, 11am - 3pm. Hanging day is Monday February 2nd. If you have any special requirements for display, please make them clear! The show opens on Wednesday, February 4th, and runs through Saturday, February 28th.
There will be a public reception on Saturday, February 7th, from 7-10 pm. Attend! Tell some friends! Tell some strangers! You can pick up work on Sunday March 1st, from 11-3pm.
Curator is Nik Ukleja. (email@example.com if you have questions about submissions.)
Show your love this February, at Gallery X!