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Melissa Morgan Fine Art

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Sela Ward & Daniel Dens Exhibition. April 1, 2016

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Opening Exhibition- Olivier Dassault I MMFA
Please Join us Friday, March 11, 2016 for the opening reception of Olivier Dassault!

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Andy Moses newest work now on display, captures the fluid, elemental majesty of the ocean. Painting with pearlescent pigments, Moses creates an illuminated field, which shifts in depth as the viewer moves throughout the gallery space. Andy Moses has been featured in numerous museums and institutional exhibitions, including Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard, California, Frederick R. Weisman Museum, California, and Fondazione Art 1307, in Naples, Italy.

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Please Join us   February 13, 2016 Group Exhibition

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Gary Komarin | Marc Sijan
Exhibitions open Friday, May 1st
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
We are excited to announce our final exhibition of the season, featuring the timeless, abstract paintings of Gary Komarin and the stunning, life-like sculptures of Marc Sijan. The exhibition will open tomorrow, May 1st, with a reception that will coincide with El Paseo Art Walk from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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In celebration of Women's History Month, Jessica Hundley interviews internationally acclaimed artist, Lita Albuquerque.

"Born in Santa Monica, California and raised in Tunisia, North Africa and Paris, France, Albuquerque first gained national attention in the late 1970s alongside such artists as James Turrell, Christo and Robert Smithson. Her work has since been collected and shown by museums and institutions such as The Smithsonian; Whitney Museum Of Art; The Los Angeles County Museum Of Art; Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris; and many, many more. Her first monograph, Stellar Axis, was recently published by Rizzoli."

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Congratulations, Mike Weber, for being featured in Hacking the Digital Print by Bonny Pierce Lhotka! Mike Weber’s art is about the craft and process of layering materials. The colors, textures and patterns are inspired by his memories of decaying homesteads, making visible a new culture, formed by a consciousness abandoned for centuries. Each piece connects a global audience with a combination of photographic and painted images, sealed behind a heavy and modern coating of glossy or matte resin.

Mike Weber has degrees in Visual Communications and Computer Animation-Multimedia from The Art Institute International. He has exhibited at diverse international galleries and is a Spotlight Feature by The National Endowment for the Arts. Weber was selected by the Smithsonian Institution’s Art Curators as a nominee for the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship Program. Moreover, his artwork has appeared in New York Times Style Magazine, Washington Post Magazine, National Endowment for the Arts Magazine, POPLife, Modern Luxury, Home & Design, Spaces Magazine and Photographize Magazine.

For more information regarding his works, please contact us at the gallery.
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( I Can See You )
Saturday, April 11th, 2015
5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
"At a time when most of the visual stimuli we receive come to us behind featureless plasma screens, the actuality of physically fabricated artwork has become a precious experience, at once exotic and necessary.
Even advertisements, composed of alluring imagery and reassuring information, become that much more persuasive when delivered as palpable material, whether pages in print magazines, posters on walls, banners flapping in the wind, or even projections on the sides of (very real) buildings. With her painting background, Judith Kindler appreciates the urgency that physicality gives imagery, and she has set out to explore the place where the picture becomes substance and its sway over us becomes substantial.
In this, Kindler follows - in her own fashion - a tradition of 're-materiality' limned a hundred years ago by Dada artists cutting up and reassembling the popular publications of their day, and fifty years ago by Nouveaux Réalistes and other assemblagists compiling the detritus of a con- sumer culture - not least its advertising - into errant, strange, but familiar structures. In partic- ular, artists working in Europe such as Raymond Hains, Jacques Villeglé, Mimmo Rotella, and Wolf Vostell heightened the visceral excitement of urban walls' stuttering messages and sensu- ous textures by isolating broad swaths of posters and handbills and presenting such seemingly random excerpts as art."
- Peter Frank, art critic and curator

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Ashley Collins
This Friday, April 3rd, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Ashley Collins' paintings are mythic visions of strength - each the product of layer upon layer of actual historical text, documentation, and illustration from as far back as the 1700's, and each touch over generations add to the soul of the work. Collins exhibited early on with Rauschenberg and Chihuly, and in international museum exhibitions such as the Singapore Art Museum, MOCA Virginia, People's Museum, Cultural Palace, Bejiing, Metropolitan Museum, Manilla, Laguna Art Museum, Museum of Fine Art Hanoi, among others. The private collectors of her work are as varied as Christy Walton, CAA, the Wynn Collection, LIAG Argentina, Axtel, Mexico, Carter, Holt Harvey, Robert Redford, Stan Kroenke, Peter Munk, Barrick Gold - from Brunei to Germany, Argentina to Sweden, Great Britain to India.

For more information regarding the event, please click the link below:
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Melissa Morgan Fine Art is excited to announce our upcoming exhibition, featuring the newest body of monumental paintings by highly sought-after painter, Ashley Collins. The exhibition will open Friday, April 3rd, with an evening reception that will last from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

Ashley Collins has surpassed both trend and time to create works which are distinct, carrying an imprint which is instantly recognizable. Her mythic visions integrate text and illustration, recalling history, literature and the spirit of the figures she depicts. Collins' works can be found in such collections as the Redford Collection, the Horchow Collection, the Wynn Collection, the Rosenthal Collection, corporate collections as varied as the CAA and 20th Century Fox to the wineries of Trinchero, Harris, Gott and Corliss, as well as in collections in Brunei, Australia, Germany, Argentina, Great Britain and New Zealand.
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