Tuesday, May 10, 2011
The Story of Flora: Artist Talk
FLORA closes in just over 2 weeks. This Friday, May 13th from 5-7pm is an Artist Talk for those of you who wish to hear the real story behind the pieces, from the artists themselves. Art at it's very best is accessible to all - and this is an opportunity to strengthen the bond between artist/art/audience.
If a piece resonates with you - ask the artist to tell you the story. You will be delightfully surprised to learn something new about yourself. Everything you're drawn to is a mirror. When people share their interpretations of a piece of mine, I always learn something new about myself. This revelation is pure magic and I would love to share that experience with you.
This relationship is why people buy the art that fills their home. It's story directly and sometimes indirectly changes a part of you and everyone who sees it. It is more than a visual/decorative work of art. It is an entity that opens you to something new.
To whet your appetite for what you might see this Friday night, check out this article about the show by Erin Hollenbank of Art In The City.
And if you can't make it - I've talked in depth about many of my Flora works here - every stroke has meaning.
Happy Spring to all of you!
Kindly RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Flora and the exhibition, please visit us at www.kailinart.com. We hope that you’ll be able to make it to our talk!
“Flora” Through May 27. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays;
11-5 p.m. Saturdays. Kai Lin Art, 800 Peachtree St.,
Suite D, Atlanta. 404-408-4248, www.kailinart.com.
Anne Elser Blush oil on panel 6 x 8 inches