2018 Exhibit Calendar
Below you will find LeQuire Gallery's upcoming Exhibit Schedule. Mark your calendar and plan to visit LeQuire Gallery for a variety of amazing Art Exhibits featuring exceptional artists who are offering Contemporary Paintings, Contemporary Sculptures, and Portraiture. Click on an individual event to see details or view below. All times in Central Standard Time (CST).
LeQuire Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-3pm (CST)
Juliette Aristides: Interiors and Still-Lifes
April 26 – June 22, 2019
Week 1: Friday, April 26th & Saturday, April 27th: 10am-3pm CST
Juliette Aristide Book Signing – Saturday, April 27, 2019: 12pm-1pm
Juliette Aristide Beginner Drawing Alelier Workshop – Saturday, April 27, 2019: 1pm-3:30pm
Opening Reception for the Artist with Guest Speaker, Peter Trippi, Editor-In-Chief, Fine Art Connoisseur- Saturday, April 27, 2019: 6pm-8pm CST
Week 2: Tuesday, April 30th thru Saturday May 4th: 10am-3pm CST
Week 3: Tuesday, May 7th thru Saturday May 11th: 10am-3pm CST
Week 4: Tuesday, May 14th thru Saturday May 18th: 10am-3pm CST
Week 5: Tuesday, May 21st thru Saturday May 25th: 10am-3pm CST
Week 6: Tuesday, May 28th thru Saturday June 1st: 10am-3pm CST
Week 7: Tuesday, June 4th thru Saturday June 8th: 10am-3pm CST
Week 8: Tuesday, June 11th thru Saturday June 15th: 10am-3pm CST
Week 9: Tuesday, June 18th thru Saturday June 22nd: 10am-3pm CST
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Juliette Aristides: Interiors and Still-Lifes is a new exhibition opening at LeQuire Gallery on April 26, 2019.
This new exhibit will include 19 new paintings from the Seattle based contemporary realist, Juliette Aristides.
Aristides is an accomplished artist and author, with numerous artistic awards and 5 published books. Her upcoming exhibit coincides with the philosophy (and release) of her new book, Beginning Drawing Atelier, which explores finding beauty in our everyday lives.
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‘Drawing Down the Moon’ by Joshua Bronaugh – Week 1
October 9, 2018 @ 10:00 am - October 13, 2018 @ 3:00 pm CDT
‘Drawing Down the Moon’
New Work by Joshua Bronaugh
Drawing Down the Moon is a new series of 18 paintings by Joshua Bronaugh inspired by the ancient tradition of the same name, which draws upon the moon for energy, wisdom, strength and any number of emotional gifts that may spring forward to the practitioner. The work is also an exploration, as well as a strong statement, of a limited palette, and the effects it can accomplish in contemporary figurative painting.
Joshua Bronaugh began making red paintings after viewing a full color portrait through a piece of amber colored glass. It was a way to check the value relationships in a painting by reducing the image to monochrome. Bronaugh found this version of the painting compelling enough to begin experimenting with the limited palette and a new collection. At the same time Bronaugh became aware of the ‘Drawing Down the Moon’ tradition, and realized the boldness of his limited palette perfectly paralleled the connection of power “Drawing Down the Moon’ often evokes. Bronaugh successfully suggests the various methods used in the ritual through the many stances he captures of his “mortal vessels”. He further cements the theme of power with the dominant use of cadmium red.
“These ambitious paintings are made entirely from cadmium. The dramatic palette produces a collection that is utterly electric”. – Elizabeth Cave, Gallery Director
“ ‘Drawing Down the Moon’ is a ritual during which an individual enters a trance and requests that the Goddess, symbolized by the Moon, enter her body and speak through her. She then exists in an altered state of consciousness. I find this entire process to be a metaphor for recognizing one’s own empowerment. Some of these paintings also deliberately reference the Pythia, commonly known as the Oracle of Delphi, who was widely credited for her prophecies inspired by being filled by the spirit of the god Apollo”. – JBronaugh
Joshua Bronaugh is an American painter best known for his portraits and classical nude paintings. His paintings celebrate the organic process of the oldest painting methods: a direct response to the tempo set by an impatient, technological culture.
His compositions reflect a balance of gravity and ambiance which is reflected in the kinetic energy of his figures, who themselves seem poised to act with grace and conviction. Bronaugh has a BFA in painting from Murray State University and has studied with the celebrated visionary artists Alex and Allison Grey. He has lived and worked in the United States, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, and Russia.