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Main Street Art Gallery to spotlight Rosemary Gerbutavich

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Source: The Conway Daily Sun

CONWAY — The MWV Arts Association’s Main Street Art Gallery at 16 Norcross Circle, North Conway Village will be highlighting the watercolor paintings of Rosemary Gerbutavich with a reception on Saturday, Dec. 9, from noon to 4 p.m.

Gerbutavich has been a lifelong lover of visual arts and since her retirement, she has been able to pursue her passion for watercolors. She is best known for her signature style of extending her images from the paper to the matting.

Her work is constructed by constant layering and adding various elements while building up texture and color. Her colorful patterns and exuberant images give the impression of simplicity and conveys a sense of mood that tells their own stories.

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5 Ways Galleries Are Making the Art World Greener

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This year’s Earth Day comes against a stark backdrop. Last year was the warmest on record, and a recent UN climate report recently warned that it’s “now or never to limit global warming.”

As the impacts of climate change grow increasingly urgent, the art community is recognizing its role in addressing environmental challenges through various initiatives and practices. Among the most significant of these is the Gallery Climate Coalition (GCC), founded in 2020, which unites a network of galleries in their commitment to sustainability. The organization—comprising over 900 members—emphasizes how galleries can collectively help to curb environmental damage.

Read more: https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-5-ways-galleries-making-art-greener

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Inhotim, the idyllic art gallery in the heart of Brazil’s mining country 

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Source: The Brazilian Report

A small mining town in rural Brazil might seem an unlikely place for Latin America’s largest open-air museum. Yet, that is where art buffs and curious tourists will find the Instituto Inhotim, a contemporary-art-gallery-cum-botanical-garden nestled among mining-scarred mountains some 60 kilometers outside of Belo Horizonte, the state capital of Minas Gerais. 

Everything about Inhotim feels extravagant. Three days can seem insufficient to take in everything the place has to offer. The art is set within a verdant 140-hectare park, where over 4,300 species of plants from all over the world grow among the local Cerrado and Atlantic Forest biomes. Nearly 600 pieces of contemporary art are on display, some inside the 24 pavilions — many of which are works of art in themselves — others outside, in a carefully thought-out symbiosis with the surrounding environment. 

Read more: https://brazilian.report/guide-to-brazil/2024/04/18/inhotim-art-gallery-minas-gerais/

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THE SARAH MOODY GALLERY OF ART UNVEILS A UNIQUE EXHIBITION IN APRIL

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Peeping through the Doors and Windows: Selections from the Permanent Collection will be presented by the Sarah Moody Gallery of Art from April 22 to June 14. The public is invited to a reception on April 23 from four to six p.m.

This unique exhibition features works from its Permanent Collection of contemporary art. Established in the early 1950s, the collection numbers over 1,600 works of contemporary art by international, national and regional artists.

Each year, the curation staff, longtime and new donors and working artists expand the collection’s range of works through purchases and donations of prints, paintings, sculptures, photography and other media, allowing for an infinite variety of exhibition possibilities.

Read more: https://www.wvua23.com/the-sarah-moody-gallery-of-art-unveils-a-unique-exhibition-in-april/

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