Contemporary Group Show: Gail Morris | Nathan Fischer | Brad Howe Special Artists’ Reception and Show Opening: Friday, March 15, 2019 | 6-8 pm Location: Bonner David Galleries
Gail Morris considers herself a self-taught painter, as she likes to experiment with layering and their deconstruction to make them as thin as possible. Nathan Fischerfocuses on the composition and color of his work, creating something natural with an industrial feel to his bronze panels. Brad Howe works with bright colors to create geometric and kinetic tension sculptures.
Join us to see new works from these artists on opening night, March 15th from 6-8pm. Be sure not to miss their exhibit on display until April 8th.
Nocona Burgess | New Work: Homage #TCCannon Show Opens: Thursday, February 21, 2019 Special Artist’s Reception: Thursday, February 28, 2019 Location: Bonner David Galleries
After incorporating his own style into his traditional paintings, Nocona Burgess feels a connection to them as well, and sees his paintings as a way of saying ‘thank you to Indians for their sacrifices’. Nocona’s work this season pays homage to one of his influences, T.C. Cannon.
Along with his artist’s reception, Scottsdale Gallery Association will be holding a Native Spirit Gold Palette ArtWalk on February 28th, paying homage to Native American artists.
“Energy Confluence” by Quim Bové Now showing | On display through March 12, 2019 Location: Bonner David Galleries
Originally from the Catalan region of Spain, Quim Bové has become world renowned and collected, showcasing work in his home country, then relocating to the US and making a name for himself in the contemporary art world. In the last 20 years, Bové has established himself in the US as a globally recognized contemporary artist.
As he returns to Scottsdale for the first time in three years, Bové is showcasing his latest creations from his ever-changing collection. You won’t want to miss his exhibit “Energy Confluence” on display until March 12th.