July Newsletter: Reception for Matt Lively and News on our RVA Current Art Fair Selections

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JOIN US AND THE ARTIST FOR A MID-EXHIBITION RECEPTION FOR
Compound: An Installation by Matt Lively

SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2 PM- 5 PM

Enjoy refreshments, view the progress, and discuss the work with Matt Lively and curator John Lee Matney    Learn More

"This is an exhibit of in-progress work surrounding the story of a boy who finds a factory that controls the weather. I have created stage sets, objects, and paintings that describe the isolated world in which this story takes place. These objects will later be used to develop the next iteration of this story through photography. The installation will use the language of museum artifacts (think, natural history museum diorama) to create the feeling of immersion into the world of the story. I want to encourage visitors to interact with the exhibit by taking photographs."   Matt Lively, 2019

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Linda Matney Fine Art Gallery, 5435 Richmond Rd, Williamsburg VA

Sponsored by: The Health Journal and the Matney Family

Special Thanks to Glave Kocen Gallery

 

Artist Spotlight: Art Rosenbaum


Catalogs from his retrospective have arrived. Ask for our list of currently available works. Look for more of his work at the gallery in late 2019 and early 2020.
 

Art Rosenbaum (born 1938) is an art professor emeritus at the University of Georgia, an artist, musician, and folklorist. He won a Grammy award in 2008 for Best Historical Album, for his music collection Art Of Field Recording Volume I: Fifty Years Of Traditional American Music Documented By Art Rosenbaum.

Rosenbaum was born in upstate New York, and studied at Columbia University. The family moved around the United States during his childhood, his father being a member of the Army Medical Corps

He taught at the University of Georgia from 1976 to 2006, following which the Georgia Museum of Art held an exhibition of his drawings and paintings.

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View work on Artsy

John Lee Matney LTD Presents:
Our RVA Current Art Fair 2019 Selections*

Join us in October at our booth in Richmond.  *Additional artists will be featured in our August newsletter.
Preview works by our selected artists this summer along with our Annex Gallery Collection (see below).

The Annex Gallery features works for sale from Landmark Arts and Cultural Exchange Collection and the John Lee Matney LTD Collection.  Art includes works from Atlanta and Athens GA, Virginia, New York, New Mexico, France, China, India and elsewhere which are available at the gallery or on Artsy. Many of our exhibiting artists are professional artists associated with universities such as William and Mary, Pratt,  Savannah College of Art and Design, University of Virginia, Vanderbilt, Christopher Newport, University of Georgia, Old Dominion University and others.  All of the work has been hand-selected by John Lee Matney.  Extensive information on each piece is available.


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Kristin Skees
Alan (Badlands), 2015

Archival inkjet
16 × 24 in
View Work on Artsy

Zuzka Vaclavik in her studio. Moon Jars and Painting are available via Artsy. Additional large scale and moderately sized paintings will become available in August. Zuzka Vaclavick


Zuzka Vaclavik in her studio. Moon Jars and Painting are available via Artsy. Additional large scale and moderately sized paintings will become available in August.
Zuzka Vaclavick

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Zuzka Vaclavik

Mala, 2018

Cone 6 Fired Porcelain
6 × 5 1/2 × 5 1/2 in
View on Artsy

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John Rudel

The Irresponsibility of Gravity, 2018

Spray acrylic, adhesive letters, gold and silver leaf, aluminum tape on stretched canvas with cut outs mounted on wood panel
52 × 83 in View on Artsy

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James L. Williams
Cartography Series 9: No.12 , 2017
Mixed Media on Canvas
60 × 76 in View on Artsy

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Alan Skees
American Glitch: Neo Regionalism - Airplane - CLT to PHF 09
, 2018

Digital slit-scan ink jet print
12 × 36 in
30.5 × 91.4 cm Available on Artsty

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Christi Harris
Unwritten History Series: No Name (Double) 

Oil on panel
10 × 8 in

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Michael K. Paxton
Lump of Coal, 2011

Ink on Drafting Film
24 × 36 in

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Alison Stinely

Conglomerate I, 2017

Oil on panel, PLA (3D designed & printed elements), Goldleaf, and Hydrographics
25 × 32 × 5 in

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Martha T. Jones
Book, 2017

Oil on canvas
30 × 30 in

Janice Hathaway  Reconnaissance,  2016  Archival print 19 × 14 in

Janice Hathaway
Reconnaissance, 2016

Archival print
19 × 14 in


Ani Hoover  Rubber Gardens , 2019  Post-consumer bicycle tubes in a wood frame 30 × 30 in

Ani Hoover
Rubber Gardens, 2019

Post-consumer bicycle tubes in a wood frame
30 × 30 in

Chunsheng Yang  Travel Beijing Brothers   Landmark Arts and Cultural Exchange Collection 47 1/5 × 35 2/5 × 1 1/5 in

Chunsheng Yang
Travel Beijing Brothers

Landmark Arts and Cultural Exchange Collection
47 1/5 × 35 2/5 × 1 1/5 in











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