|Model by Nikolina Kovalenko, Oil on Canvas, 30x40|
|December 12 - January 17, 2014|
|Thursday, December 12, 6:00-10:00pm|
|Please Dress up in Black & White if Possible|
|Meet the Artists @ Opening Reception|
|Artist Talk and Intro @ 7:30pm|
|Carla Berger, Rachel Burgess, Niamh Butler, John Cahall, Joseph Cavalieri, Bob Clyatt, Mary Cook, Jamie Greenfield, Pressa Hall, Christian Johnson, Sol Kjøk, Ruth Kleinman, Dana Kleinman, Nikolina Kovalenko, Heather Morgan, Francis Nguyen, Shari Rubeck, Victoria Selbach and Mike Selbach.|
Dacia Gallery proudly presents our Annual Holiday Celebration and Black & White Group Exhibition. This exhibit entails an eclectic mix of contemporary artists only working in Black & White. From renowned realist painter Victoria Selbach, to rising stars in the art world Nikolina Kovalenko, Ruth and Dana Kleinman, Heather Morgan and Mary Cook to name a few. The collection encompasses a variety of small to medium size works that form a mosaic of figures, portraits and abstract art from classical studies to works in oils, charcoal and mix medium. Come celebrate the holidays with us and meet some of today’s most inspiring artists.
|For More Exhibition Info Click Here|
|Session I: May 3 - 31, 2014|
|Session II: June 15 - July 13, 2014|
|Open Application to all Visual Artists|
|Beginning & Advanced Level Artists Accepted|
|TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFO CLICK HERE|
Dacia Gallery invites artists to participate in the Artist Residency Program for 2014, in picturesque, Sibiu, Romania, a city located deep within Transylvania at the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains. Dacia's Artist Residency provides an academic program to inspire, refine and redefine the creative direction of artists in a painting intensive four-week program. Artists will meet at Dacia's Artist Studio in Sibiu's grand plaza and paint the figure from life and landscapes in the old city, the mountains and countryside. Enjoy weekend painting and sketching trips to art museums, medieval Byzantine monasteries to study ancient frescos and icons. And what’s a trip to Romania without a visit to the medieval castle of Vlad the Impaler, otherwise known as Dracula. Plus a group exhibition in Sibiu, which will also be exhibited in New York City. This is a wonderful opportunity to study and paint abroad, if you are interested in participating please see our residency page for more info and to apply.