Jan 2, 2014 to Jan 31, 2014
This show features abstract artists who create with color, line and space.
Madeline Denaro’s graceful layers of color float through her large, abstract canvases with a subtle edginess. The final work is lovingly informed by the process of creation.
Madeline is a graduate of South Florida Art Institute and has studied in London, England and Frankfurt, Germany. Her work has been exhibited nationally for over 30 years, including the Naples Museum of Art (Artis-Naples), as well as in solo exhibitions both here and abroad.
Hyunmee Lee uses simple blocks of color and calligraphic lines to create large elegant compositions. Her minimal instincts appear both tranquil and bold.
Lee spent many years in her native Korea, where she taught in Hong-Ik University as a lecturer and exhibited in solo shows in major art galleries and art fairs in Seoul. In 1997 Lee came to Utah, U.S.A. where she continuously taught in universities and built up her art career. In 2001 she became a faculty member of Utah Valley University. Her large scale paintings have been enthusiastically received in exhibits all over the world
Susan Venable manipulates copper and other metals to create her multi-dimensional sculptures with their unusual textures, colors and distinctive shadows. “The origins of my work are found in the art of ancient primitive societies where the earth’s elements and resources were paramount”.
Susan’s work is featured in films such as Pulp Fiction and Fight Club as well as in major private and corporate collections.
Trudy Labell Fine Art is at 2425 Tamiami Tr N in the Bigham Galleria. Hours are 11am - 4 pm Monday - Friday, Saturday 11am - 2 pm. For more info call 239.434.7778 or visit www.trudylabellfineart.com
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