Saturday, June 13, 2009

3 Events "Not to Miss" this week at Emily Amy Gallery

The debut of the Kathleen Plate Collection (Wednesday 7- 10 pm)

Spalding Nix presents "The Art of the Steal" (Saturday at 1:00 pm)

An evening with Jules Cozine (Saturday from 6-9 pm)

Please join us for three "not to miss" events next week at Emily Amy Gallery. We are thrilled to host the unveiling of the Kathleen Plate Collection, Wednesday, June 17th from 7 - 10 pm. The following Saturday, June 20th, the gallery is pleased to host Spalding Nix for his lecture on "The Art of the Steal" at 1:00 pm in conjunction with the Westside Arts District's 3rd Saturday Art Walk . That evening, from 7 - 10 pm, the gallery will present an evening with Jules Cozine. We hope to see you here at one or all of our upcoming events!

Kathleen Plate Collection Debuting June 17th, from 7-10 pm
Reusing everyday items is a smart way to look good – and now your home, office, event or runway can look even better. Meet celebrity jewelry designer Kathleen Plate and explore her new custom collection of recycled glass art. From dining room chandeliers and hotel lobby lamps to runway fashion gowns and film festival tabletops, each piece is hand-crafted from recycled soda, wine, beer and salad dressing bottles. Sustainable luxury never looked so good!

Please join Atlanta native Spalding Nix, Associate of the American Society of Appraisers, and proprietor of Spalding Nix Fine Art & Antiques, for a presentation on art theft. Using international case studies of high profile heists filled with a cast of international playboys, vicious mobsters, extremist terrorists and small time hoods, Mr. Nix will reveal how this criminal enterprise has become a global multi-billion dollar industry, third only to drug and arms trafficking.

This series explores the simple idea of moonlight through clouds. Working originally from images of moonlight over a beach, the images then evolved into more abstract interpretations that emphasize the ability of clouds to reflect a myriad of colors. Nature is full of mystery offering great subject matter for realism or abstraction. My goal is to blend the two.

All of the aforementioned events are FREE and open to the public, so please come and join us!

2 comments:

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Congratulations on a beautiful new gallery! More art! More beauty! Better world!

sjc said...

So loved the time at your gallery that evening! You/your gorgeous gallery make a girl forget the heat!