Excited to finally reveal my finished painting, Transcendental. This piece was specifically created for a new exhibit at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco called “Familiar: The Spirit Animal in Contemporary Art.” Transcendental is an acrylic on canvas, 6″ x 6,” and features the “butterfly eyes” in keeping with some of my other paintings as of late. “Familiar” opens tonight, November 3rd with a gallery reception from 6-9pm and will remain up through December 1st, 2017.
This is a little sneak preview (closeup) of my painting recently created for an upcoming exhibit. I’m happy to share that my painting will be featured as part of “Familiar: The Spirit Animal in Contemporary Art” at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, California. The exhibit opens Friday, November 3rd with a gallery reception from 6-9pm. The exhibit will remain up through December 1st, 2017. I’ll be sharing the finished painting in its entirety soon.
I’m excited to reveal my painting for the upcoming “Lover’s Eye” exhibit at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, CA. I was invited to create a piece for this show as a modern take on the late 17th Century practice of painting the eye of a loved one to wear as jewelry. My painting, Insight, is an acrylic on paper, 10″ wide by 7¾” high framed (image size 6″ x 4″). The exhibit opens Friday, February 3rd with a gallery reception from 6-9pm. The show will remain up through February 25, 2017.
My painting, Vitality, will be featured in the upcoming “Wanderlust” exhibit opening this weekend at Modern Eden Gallery. This piece is an acrylic on pressed paper, 5.82″ wide by 4.13″ high. The opening reception will be this Saturday, December 10th, from 6-9pm at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, CA. And if you miss the opening, the show will be up through December 30th.
I recently created this painting for the “Wanderlust” exhibit at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, California. The title is Roam and it is an acrylic on pressed paper, 5.82″ wide by 4.13″ high. The exhibition is open now through January 2, 2016 so even though my painting sold, there is still time to see it in person.
I’m happy to announce that my work is currently featured on the cover and inside of Fourteen Hills: The San Francisco State University Review’s Fall issue 22.1. As seen on the cover is Equal, acrylic on canvas, 14″ wide by 11″ high. Details to their release party in San Francisco on December 15th can be found here: http://14hills.net/content/221-release-party.
My recent painting I created for the Wanderlust exhibit has found a new home. Interdependence is an acrylic on 600 gsm pressed paper postcard, roughly 6″ wide by 4″ high. It is currently on display as part of the Wanderlust show at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco. The exhibit is up now through January 3rd.
I’ve recently finished my painting for the upcoming “Wanderlust” exhibit at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, CA. The painting is an acrylic on cardstock (it’s an actual postcard!), roughly 6″ wide by 4″ high, titled Interdependence. The piece is part of my In Our Veins series though I created it with the show in mind. The exhibit will have an opening reception on December 13th at Modern Eden Gallery, from 6-10 pm. It will remain up through January 3, 2015. In the meantime, view my piece online: http://amyguidry.com/interdependence.html.
I received some good news: my work has been selected for the “Real and Surreal” exhibit to be held at Sandra Lee Gallery in San Francisco, California. The juror of this exhibit is DeWitt Cheng, Art writer, critic, and curator of Stanford Art Spaces. The exhibit will run September 4th through the 26th, with an opening September 4th from 5:30-7:30pm.
More good press this week- I had a nice surprise this morning when I discovered my painting for “The Great West Coast Migration” traveling exhibit is featured on Hi-Fructose. Over 100 artists have come together to support PangeaSeed’s conservation and preservation efforts for sharks and oceans in Japan and beyond. The exhibit will travel to galleries along the West Coast starting this Friday (the 13th- eek!) at Roq la Rue in Seattle. For the tour schedule and to check out some of the featured works (including my own!) visit this direct link: http://hifructose.com/2012/07/04/the-great-west-coast-migration-pangeaseed-benefit-art-tour/.