Friday, August 1, 2014

Michael Francis Reagan: "Ways Of Flying" Opening at Gallery A

Great Blue Heron (Bird Journal Series)
Watercolor, ink, and graphite on Strathmore
23 x 18.5 inches

Gallery A is pleased to announce the return of Michael Francis Reagan. Renowned illustrator and mapmaker, Reagan revisits Gallery A for his second exhibit: “Ways of Flying.” This exhibit will open in October and will feature Reagan’s maps as well as his new Bird Journal Series.

His beautifully meticulous watercolor technique and attention to detail makes Reagan’s maps a must see. Reagan’s use of watercolor breaths life into the land and culture he is illustrating. His maps have been featured in publications including The New Yorker, National Geographic, Smithsonian, Travel & Leisure, New York Times, and Washington Post.

Additionally, Reagan's new and breathtaking series of bird paintings were originally inspired by his novella The Bird Dreamer. In this novella the protagonist is a bird artist, inspiring Reagan to draw upon his own imagination and life experiences. According to Reagan, these images evolved into “dream-like visions and memories of my own," reminiscent of his years of travels and adventures all across the world.

For Reagan, his Bird Journal Series represents more than the physical anatomy of flying, feathered beings. He conveys them as supernatural creatures, beautiful, haunting, and ghostly. Viewers are sure to be impressed and moved by these works.

All are welcome to experience Michael Francis Reagan’s “Ways of Flying” opening on Friday, October 3, 2014. Gallery A is open Tuesday-Saturday 11 am-5pm.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Gallery A Presents Nancy Angulo

                           Hoyando (Nodding)

Technique: Bronce a la cera perdida 
Dimensions: 13 H x 19 W x 14 D 
Year: 2010

Once again, Gallery A returns with a stunning exhibit featuring dynamic expression and furious movement. Nancy Angulo
’s powerful sculptures of horses and dramatic abstractions breathe life into the corners of Gallery A. Her exhibit encompasses a desire for change and tangible accomplishments in everyday life.

Angulo’s incredible sculptures of the horse impose trails of inspiration and essences of the intangible divine upon the beholder.  According to Angulo, “Sculpture demands of the artist a deep understanding of the form, accompanied by a sentiment of dominion, to see in the distance and have the ability to make changes that emerge powerfully, grandiosely, fantastic and unique.  It becomes part of our collective memory and reinforces and immortalizes the bronze piece”.
Angulo, a native of Peru, graduated from the School of Fine Arts in Lima in 1999 with the Nazca award for excellence in oil painting. Her professional studies include sculpture, oil painting, drawing, and lithography. Recognized in both private and public exhibitions, Angulo has been exhibited in the Peruvian-American Cultural Institute in Lima, at the Peruvian-British Cultural Association in Lima and at the Annual Drawing Exhibition at the School of Fine Arts in Lima.

Recently, Angulo held an exclusive exposition at the Peruvian Embassy in Washington, D.C.
In 2010 Nancy was accepted into the Biltmore Who's Who, an exclusive society and network of executives and professionals who have excelled in their respective professions. The majority of Nancy's art works reside in private collections in Peru, Spain, Germany, Australia and the United States.

All are invited to embrace Angulo’s stunning sculptures and abstractions. Gallery A is open Tuesday-Saturday 11am-5pm. For more information, please visit or like us on Facebook.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Mary Boochever at Alex Gallery

Alex Gallery is currently showing works by artist Mary Boochever. She returns to her hometown of Washington D.C. with her exhibition, Crocus Solis, which opened in May and can still be seen in the gallery through the summer.

The exhibit includes paintings and sculpture that reflect her ideals of meditation, minimalism, and color theory. Boochever draws from a range of cultures and traditions to frame her exploration of color in its role as a transformative agent. Her pieces reflect her interest and studies of color systems attached to socio-religious philosophies, which view color as a dynamic principle through which the life of the individual can be affected or transformed.

Guests are called to stop and engage with the painting whether in a self-reflective manner, a transcendent experience, or for an appreciation of Boochever’s mastery of color.

Mary Boochever studied in Munich, Germany at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste under Mac 
Zimmerman, Günther Frühtrunk, and Paul Meyer-Speer. She has taught at the School of Visual Arts, Suffolk Community College, and at Lacoste School of the Arts in France. Boochever also was a guest lecturer at Yale University. She currently resides in Sag Harbor, New York.

Her book Monograph is available for purchase.

All are invited to come enjoy Boochever’s works. 
Alex Gallery is open Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Lux Interna
Oil, linen, gold leaf, and wood
27 x 32

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Scientist Francois Le Gall has First Solo Exhibit

Gallery A is currently showing works by the artist Francois Le Gall, in his first solo exhibit “Multiple States,” closing February 8, 2014. 

Inspired by his international background and work as a scientist working to reduce poverty, Le Gall took his fascination with art to a much bigger scale in 2010 when he began to paint. His work utilizes simple gestures that generate complex visual results--and brilliant abstract imagery. Although Le Gall’s work first, engages the eye, each piece calls the viewer’s imagination to peer into and through the lines to a place that exists within the depths of the works. All are invited to come see the dynamic and forceful works by artist Francois Le Gall.
François Le Gall4V-Bo/Wo/W #2, Acrylic on canvas-paper, 16x20 inches, 2013