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May 28, 2024

Kathleen Hope | Featured Artist


Introducing Kathleen Hope, a mixed media artist based in Arizona. Her artistic journey is defined by an exploration of mixed media, with a particular emphasis on the dynamic interplay of materials, notably cement. She seamlessly integrates elements of texture and form to construct dimensional and immersive visual narratives. By harnessing the inherent versatility of mixed media, her work evokes an organic, raw, and industrial aesthetic.

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May 26, 2024

Sunday Selects | earthy vibes


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world.

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Kim Fonder Tela Platino XXX 72 x 72
May 19, 2024

sunday selects | the shape of art


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world

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May 12, 2024

Sunday Selects | Natural and Organic Art and Sculpture


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world

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brandon
May 5, 2024

Sunday Selects | Natural Abstractions


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world.

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ramona stelzer
April 28, 2024

sunday selects | soft minimalism


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyable rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world.

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janos. huszti
April 27, 2024

Minimalism


Characterized by simplicity, precision, and a reduction of artistic elements to their essential forms, minimal art seeks to convey profound meaning through minimalist means. Rejecting excessive ornamentation and complexity, minimalist artists often use basic geometric shapes, clean lines, and a limited color palette to create compositions that emphasize purity and clarity. Artists such as Donald Judd, Agnes Martin, and Frank Stella played pivotal roles in shaping the minimal art movement.

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