Monday, March 26, 2012

Eddie Again! Wow!

A Collective Exhibition of Three Artists, Opening the Caelum
Gallery Spring Season in Artistic Style !

Chelsea, Manhattan, NY, USA
March 24, 2012


Eddie Rehm / Holly Adams / Natsuko Hattori
“Caelum Spring Exhibit Featuring the Savviest of Artistic Expression &
Style”


Caelum Gallery
508-526 West 26th St. Suite 315
New York, NY, 10002
212-924-4161 Phone #
212-924-4353 Fax #
http://caelumgallery.com/
caelumgallery@aol.com


Exhibition Dates
March 27, 2012 – April 14, 2012
Tuesday to Saturday: 11 am – 6 pm


Opening Reception
March 29, 2012 – 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

This event is free and open to the public

The Caelum Gallery is proud to announce its first exhibition of the
Spring 2012 season, hosting works by celebrated artists, Eddie Rehm,
Holly Adams & Natsuko Hattori. The exhibit brings together raw
artistic expression & style. The artists will be revealing all new
works creatively pooling together a very well rounded exhibit for the
savviest of collectors to the ambitious art patrons starting their own
collection or looking to partake in the exhibits experience.

Eddie Rehm is one of the hottest new artists to emerge in a long time.
His work has been described by art critics and analysts as “a fusion of
raw honest emotion, deliberately instinctual design, and art-medium
experimentation.” He has participated in numerous solo exhibitions,
displaying in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Milwaukee, Boston, Miami,
East Hampton, Nevada and Pennsylvania, as well as Museums, many local
Art Leagues and Associations. Eddie Rehms "Instant Gratification
Abstract" works are insistently his own, exploring current
socio-economic topics through his own experience and conflicts. His
paintings radiate an intense masculine virility, even anger, or, as he
terms it, "belligerence."

Holly Adams artwork varies from an astute representational style to a
loosely based abstract form that brings a fine stroke to an eye
pleasing aesthetic. Her studio is located in Alexandria, Virginia and
she has exhibited Nationally.

Natsuko Hattori a Japanese artist uses conceptual art and his
paintings to explore his conceptual composition mixed with traditional
Japanese painting ideology. His latest works bring a new perspective
of convergence of both styles which will be displayed in a unique
ambiance.

I would like to invite you to the opening reception on March 29th at
6pm to 8pm in the Caelum Gallery to experience and discuss the exhibit
with each of the artists.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Demo with Larry Johnston 3/28

Our Meeting this month will feature a demo by our own Larry Johnston
at the Bellport Community Center, 4 Bell St Bellport.
Free and open to the public
Click here for a map

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Marching in like a Lion!

Friday March 2nd- 6-8 pm Reception at the Suffolk County Historical Society, 300 Main St Riverhead, "Rags to Riches" featuring handmade hooked rugs http://suffolkcountyhistoricalsociety.org/

Saturday March 3rd- 9:30 - 11 am at Phoenix Gallery, Lecture series begins, with Marlene Bezich call the gallery for detals 776-0811 http://www.brookhavenarts.org/

Saturday March 3rd - 2 pm- Reception, at Gallery on the Hill, Farmingville for the SCALA Elementary school show, http://www.brookhavenarts.org/

Saturday March 3rd - 5 - 6:30 pm- Reception, Bellport Arts & Framing Studio, 137 S. Country Rd, Bellport, "Music Icons" by Brian Bartley and ATC SWAP meet www.bellportarts.com


Sunday March 4th 1 -3 pm Reception at Phoenix Fine Arts Gallery,139 S Country Rd, Bellport, Open Show http://www.brookhavenarts.org/

Monday, March 5th- deadline to register for Intro to Watercolor class at Brookhaven Free Library, with Jeanne Salucci
call the Library for details 286-1923 http://brookhavenfreelibrary.org/

Thursday March 8th 5:30-7:30 Reception, NLAPW (The Pen Women) at Holiday Inn Express, 3131 Nesconset Hwy, South Setauket *Benefit for LI Children's Hospital at Stony Brook

Friday March 9th 5 -7 pm Reception at Gallery North, 90 N Country Rd, Setauket, "The Work of Women" http://www.gallerynorth.org/