Thursday, July 12, 2007



I just joined JaxCAL and wanted to share my latest painting entitled "Texas Border Rest-stop" 48" x 36" acrylic on canvas. If anyone remembers the Pedestrian Gallery near Five Points... it's been resurrected in a new location. Steve Williams' new space/gallery across from Bistro AIX is a perfect place for Juried and curated exhibitions. I am so excited at the prospect of having juried exhibitions because it gives exposure to new artists and artists whose work is considered too progressive or non-marketable. More info coming soon!

6 comments:

Byron said...

great news about a new space. actually that was the painting I liked best out of the portfolio. definitely would love to see a series of these. and in person.

thanks for posting already.

zac said...

I love the piece. Nice composition and super color palette. I haven't seen your others, but will check out soon. Space across from AIX, is that where the old Spiller Vincenty Gallery was? That is a nice building. Either way, that's great news.

CREATEjacksonville said...

Wow. Great piece. AND great news about a new space. How exciting! I would love to know more info about this.

CREATEjacksonville said...

By the way is there such a thing as "too progressive"?

sharlatv said...

Thank you for the comments!
The address for the new gallery-
Pedestrian is 1535 San Marco Boulevard (not in the old Spiller/Vincenty space which was on King behind ReddiArts)Jacksonville, Florida 32207. Steve Williams is in the process of putting together a prospectus for (I believe) 3 consecutive juried exhibitions. Should be fun and interesting. Check out www.pedestrianprojects.com

kelly eason said...

thanks for the exciting info about pedestrian... love your painting!