The French phrase "tête-à-tête" translates in English to "face-to-face" and that is exactly what many of the exhibiting artists from Gallery M's Red House Group achieve between their art and the viewer in Gallery M's SALA event "tête-à-tête" through a range of mediums that instantly engage the viewer, inviting further exploration.
Before you get all SALA'd out, make sure you get along to Gallery M and check these creations out. As always, each piece of art is for sale at an affordable price.
Stephen Skillitzi's blown glass & shaped lead creation is named 'We're All in This Together, Aren't We?'. It pays homage to "the catch-cry of Obama (king of the USA hen-house) Priced at $1,500
I particularly enjoyed viewing local photographer, Leonid Olijnyk of Marino's image of Adelaide's Victoria Square in 1956 - it had the power to draw in a number of us at the same time, admiring and speculating on how Victoria Square was then to how it is today. You have to see it it to believe it - I was transported back in time!
'Villa in Limnos of Days Gone By' - beautifully created photographic art by Kiki Ramandanis which is very reasonably priced at $100.
Witness selected artist demonstrations at Gallery M on Friday 23rd (10am-3pm), Saturday 24th (10am-3pm) and Sunday 25th August (1.30pm-2.30pm). These demonstrations are a great opportunity to interact with and gain an insight into each artist and their selected medium.
Thank you so much Jenny...! I am very humbled by your review... The painting represents macro environment of a social setting through human biology, such as DNA, vitamins, minerals, xx's, xy's, other complexities and numbers that represent human body (number of hairs, fingers, blood cells and everything else you can think of :-)
Thank you again, Nina Bach