Only 5 paintings left in the “Panem et Circenses” series at Elements Art Gallery, Australia! Check them out here before the show closes this weekend, March 25th!!
Follow this link to Strychnin Gallery’s Blog and see pics from the opening of the ‘Herzensbrecher’ charity heart show!
Sneak peek and a chance to buy early!
See all the amazing creations from The New English Co’s ceramic hearts for this awesome fund raiser at Strychnin Gallery, Berlin.
For this fundraiser for “Ein Herz für Kinder“, Strychnin Gallery Berlin re-teamed with The New English Company, in cooperation with Gallery Geuer & Breckner, UF6 Projects and Italian curator Giovanni Cervi, and gave each participating artist a ceramic heart (of the anatomical variety) to create with/ on. You can check into Strychnin Gallery’s website for more info on the show or see their official blog with a preview of some of the different artists’ hearts. Giovanni Cervi also has hearts from the show periodically posted on his blog, Woodenleg. I’m so excited to see how these all turn out. It was a unique and challenging project and each artist seems to have a completely distinct approach which will make for such an awesome show!
Here is my heart, ‘Her Heart Baroque’:
This charity show will raise money to help feed and care for under-privileged children.
There is more to learn about “Ein Herz für Kinder“ here, on their translated web-page.
I got to talk to Emma of Perth’s X-Press Magazine about my show, ‘Panem et Circenses’ at Elements Art Gallery. Read about it here!
The show has opened!
My ‘Panem et Circenses’ solo show at Elements Art Gallery in Perth, Australia runs March 8th through 25th, 2012. I have included some of the new pieces for this show on my website (www.bethanymarchman.com) and all images available to view at the gallery’s website.
For this show I revisited some of the ‘big-eyed’ art style from my older paintings. Lots of inspiration came from depression era entertainment -carnivals, vaudeville, circuses, etc.
I’m very excited to be showing in Australia at Elements Art Gallery and have been looking forward to this one for a long time!