Selected works for the fall equinox
Showing September 6th - 27th, 2019
For the month of September Arch Enemy will also be featuring an exhibition of selected works chosen for rich color palettes that evoke the transformation of deciduous trees and shrubs to autumn colors in many parts of the world. The collection features select works by AEA mainstays like David Seidman, Nom Kinnear King, Paul Romano, Joe Vollan, and more. While the stories told within each piece are unrelated, each artists use of deep ambers, russets, and sepia tones is put on full display to build an exhibition that perfectly envelops the changing of the seasons.
David Seidman"Inanna and The Seven Gates" (2019)
digital original (digitally painted, vanished and hand embellished one of one archival print)
12 x 24" framed to 14.5 x 29" in an antique frame
Jessica Dalva"Wild Horses" (2017)
mixed media sculpture in shadow box (comes with plexi insert)
12" tall x 24" wide x 4" deep
Michelle Avery Konczyk"Lithium" (2019)
watercolor on paper mounted to hand cut wood, varnished
approx. 9 x 9"
Nick Sheehy"The Portrait" (2017)
graphite and watercolor on paper mounted to panel, varnished
16 x 20"
Alan Brown"Tvinnak" (2018)
gouache and watercolor on watercolor paper
11 x 14" framed to 14 x 16.5" in custom frame