“Greenery,” dubbed the color of the year by Pantone, is a color that inspires deep-breathing, self-collecting, and reflective meditation.
We have peered our curatorial crystal ball and have several visions for the art of 2017. This is what we saw.
Our Gallery Director, Alex Farkas gives a fond farewell to 2016 and a look at the exciting things to come in 2017.
As the eye ebbs and flows in and out of wide and narrow focus, Sidonie Caron's detailed foregrounds and sweeping backgrounds enact a perspectival tidalism
Lauren’s book, Studio Stories, expresses the power of art and creativity found within.
Shirley Rollins operates by a simple philosophy: the best kind of art is the art you love. But, finding the art you love is not so simple.
From neon signs, to ethereal abstracts, to blurred street scenes, the new artists joining UGallery bring their own styles and approaches to their art.
Judy’s use of light is both multilayered and atmospheric – a style that, though in some ways obscuring, illuminates important compositional details into focus.
For some, the winter is ideal time for slowing down. But, as many of our artists know, inspiration does not hibernate.