Monday, November 15, 2010

Photos of the Artist Reception for "Radiant Reflections"

Here are photos of the Artists Opening Reception at the Muse Gallery for 
"Radiant Reflections". 
Below is a photo of Angelo Ambrosia (Glass Artist)  
and Suzanne Frazier (Landscape Painter).

Here is the front display window of the Muse Gallery 
featuring my paintings and Angelo's glass sculptures.

Here is the exhibition.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Radiant Reflections: Artists Reception Friday, November 12 6-9 pm

Radiant Reflections
Angelo Ambrosia’s original glass art inspired by the ethereal paintings of Suzanne Frazier.

Radiant Reflections brings together the work of 2 artists, combines them  and creates a new collaborative body of art.   Suzanne Frazier’s oil paintings will be displayed on the walls with Angelo Ambrosia’s glass sculptures juxtaposed in front of each painting.  The combination creates a flow of energy that transports the viewer to a peaceful place.  Suzanne Frazier’s contemplative paintings capture the radiant reflections of the clouds and sunlight.  Angelo’s sculptures were created from his inspiration from Suzanne’s paintings.  While the work was created by two different artists, working in two different studios, together they achieve a symbiotic collection of art.  Suzanne described the reflection aspect of the exhibition as two-fold – the art itself depicts reflection of light and the two artists have become a reflection of each other.  

Artists Reception Friday, November 12   6 - 9 pm
Muse Gallery, 356 Main Street, Longmont, CO 80502

Show dates:  11/13/10-12/23/10

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

"Early Morning Shower"

“All artists are of necessity in some measure contemplative."  
Evelyn Underhill

"Early Morning Shower"
oil painting                24" x 36"

Monday, November 8, 2010

"Full Moon Ocean Dance"

“Every art has its mystery, its spiritual rhythm.”  
D. T. Suzuki

"Full Moon Ocean Dance"
oil painting                        24" x 36"

Sunday, November 7, 2010

"Sun Dog Clouds"

“The word, art, implies that you go beyond something real.”  
Milton Resnick

"Sun Dog Clouds"
oil painting             24" x 36"

Saturday, November 6, 2010

"Colorado Clouds"

I do not know myself how I paint it. 
I sit down with a white board before the spot that strikes me. 
I look at what is before my eyes, and say to myself, 
that white board must become something."    
Vincent Van Gogh

"Colorado Clouds" 
oil painting              24" x 36"

Friday, November 5, 2010

"Moonlight Reverie"

"One eye looks within, the other eye looks without."   
Henri Cartier-Bresson

"Moonlight Reverie"
oil painting              12" x 36"

Thursday, November 4, 2010

"Full Moon Over San Luis Lakes"

"The artist never entirely knows.  
We guess.  
We may be wrong, but we take leap after leap in the dark."  
Agnes de Mille

"Full Moon Over San Luis Lakes"
oil painting                           12" x 36"

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

"Cherry Blossom Morning"

"Art is something like a good armchair in which to rest from physical fatigue.”
Henri Matisse

"Cherry Blossom Morning"
oil painting                    12" x 36" 

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

"Behold! Boulder!"

"He unfolds as a painter that which has not yet been said.
He translates it into absolute terms of painting--
something other than reality."  
Paul Cezanne

"Behold!  Boulder!"
oil painting              12" x 36"

Monday, November 1, 2010

"Seaside Sunrise"

“The creative process, like a spiritual journey, is intuitive, non-linear and experiential.  
It points us toward our essential nature, 
which is a reflection of the boundless creativity of the universe.”  
John Daido Loori

"Seaside Sunrise"
oil painting          15" x 30"