Gallery Talk with Chris Kahler, Kahlil Irving, Ann Wimsatt and Sarah Harford

Gallery Talk with the Artists
Saturday, December 10th at 4 pm
 
Please join us for our monthly Gallery Talk with the artists (Chris Kahler, Kahlil Irving, Ann Wimsatt and Sarah Harford) on their current exhibitions at Bruno David Gallery. Join us afterwards in the gallery’s Art Café for further conversation and drink!
 
We look forward to seeing you for this Saturday afternoon event! The event is open to all and is free! No RSVP is necessary.
 
#BrunoDavidGallery #GoSeeArt #OnViewNow #CurrentExhibition #KahlilIrving #ChrisKahler #AnnWimsatt #SarahHarford #VanMcElwee #MichaelJantzen #SaveTheDate #GalleryTalk #DowntownClayton
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Charles P. Reay’s Wild Walk by Jennifer Barger in the National Geographic / Traveler Magazine

Charles P. Reay’s Wild Walk by Jennifer Barger “Blissful Escapes” in the National Geographic / Traveler Magazine, is featured as the #5 Blissful Escapes in the world.

 

Read more at http://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/travel-interests/tips-and-advice/11-trips-for-bliss/

 

#elevenblissfulescapes #CharlesPReay #WildWalk #JenniferBarger #NationalGeographic #TravelerMagazine #BrunoDavidGallery #GoSeeArt #UpstateNewYork #Adirondacks #WalkOnTreeTops #WildCenter

 

Carmon Colangelo by Liam Otten in The Source

An article on Carmon Colangelo by Liam Otten in The Source

 

“Colangelo named first Ralph J. Nagel Dean. $5 million gift establishes endowed deanship in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts”

 

Read more at https://source.wustl.edu/2016/12/colangelo-named-first-ralph-j-nagel-dean/

 

#CarmonColangelo #RalphJNagel #SamFoxSchool #WashU #BrunoDavidGallery #GoSeeArt #WUSTLnews #wustl

 

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A new Artist Book by Bunny Burson

“Hidden in Plain Sight”, a recently completed limited edition artist book, was created by gallery artist, Bunny Burson, designed by Ken Botnick and bound by Daniel Kelm. Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright wrote the foreword to Hidden in Plain Sight. An essay written by Karen K. Butler, a former curator at the Kemper Museum at Washington University in St. Louis is included in the book, as well as a postscript written by Bunny Burson.
“Hidden in Plain Sight” has been acquired by the Library of Congress, the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Frances Mulhall Achilles Library, the St. Louis Art Museum, Washington University’s Olin Library, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, the Temple Israel Museum/Memphis, Princeton University’s Firestone Library, Smith College’s Neilson Library, the Perez Art Museum Miami, and the Stanford University Library.
Bunny Burson
“Hidden in Plain Sight”, 2015
Mixed media (Limited Edition Artist Book)
13 x 8.5 x 1 inches
Edition of 27
(Price on request)
#BunnyBurson #KenBotnick #DanielKelm #MadeleineAlbright #KarenKButler #BrunoDavidGallery #GoSeeArt #ArtistBook #DowntownClayton
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Kahlil Irving in the St. Louis Magazine

Terrific article on Kahlil Irving’s current exhibition at Bruno David Gallery by Stefene Russell in the St. Louis Magazine

https://www.stlmag.com/arts/visual-arts/upturning-the-vessel-artist-kahlil-irving%E2%80%99s-lyrical-pottery/

#KahlilIrving #StefeneRussell #StLouisMagazine #BrunoDavidGallery #Undocumented #GoSeeArt

 

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