|"Flock" by Brian Boner.|
Nice painting, eh? You can see others like it this weekend during Artlink
's annual (and totally blog-worthy) Art Detour 22.Brian Boner
and Lee Hazel
present "The New, Old World" at MonOrchid
. And, in the same building, Bokeh Gallery
will continue to show its fabulous "Ballerina Series" photography exhibition by Bob Carey
|"Tractor 1707" by Brian Boner.|
We can always count on Brian Boner to throw a tremendous exhibition. The painter has consistently wowed audiences with his heart-wrenching and mysterious works. His paintings portray a dream-like atmosphere that communicate a sense of isolation in an unpredictable environment. Look forward to experiencing a directionless wandering through a curious void.
|"Intersection" by Lee Hazel.|
Lee Hazel is heavily influenced by her Art History studies and travels abroad. Her work brings about a sense of old world art with rich oil paintings depicting reclining nudes, drapery, and medieval realism.
|"Fame" by Bob Carey.|
And then there's Bob Carey. What can I really say about him that my lovely colleague, Kathleen Vanesian, didn't
? Plain and simple, he's amazing. His color photography series features Carey, alone in various landscapes, donning a bright pink tutu. This is the second show at the new photography-only gallery (read more about Bokeh here
|"Snow" by Bob Carey.|
I couldn't help it, I had to post another Carey image...can you blame me?"The New, Old World" by Lee Hazel and Brian Boner is open during Art Detour 22 weekend and through March 25 at MonOrchid. "Ballerina Series" by Bob Carey stays open through Art Detour 22 weekend and closes April 15. Both galleries are located in the MonOrchid building, 214 East Roosevelt Street in Phoenix, www.monorchid.com, www.bokehgallery.com.
Hours are Friday, March 5, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday, March 6, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, March 7, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.