Date(s) - 07/23/2016
1:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Constantine Art & Jewelry
“Diversity”- a small group show
Constantine Fine Art & Jewelry will host a small group show and sale featuring paintings by: Filipina-American/Swiss artist, Madonna Davidoff, Brooklyn based artist, Richard M. Weiner and Stockton, NJ painter, Mike Mann. A gala opening reception will be on Saturday, July 23 from 1 until 10 PM. The lovely boutique gallery is located across Bridge Street from the train station and is between New Hope Center for the Arts and El Taco Loco. It is open daily from 11 AM to 7 PM. Call (347) 557-9846 for more information.
The 3 artists represent very different styles. Davidoff is a contemporary painter, printmaker, and children’s book illustrator who has lived in Switzerland, Singapore, Manila and New York where her works are inspired by her multicultural background. The abstract paintings of Weiner are a journey to the daily lives of all. Joy, fun, disappointments, broken hearts, life and music are the integral parts of his artistic expression. Mann mostly creates colorful and lively local scenes in an impressionist/realistic style. His work is done from life and he usually travels by bicycle to paint.
Gallery manager, Emre Icilensu based this exhibition on the concept that “The 3 artists have totally different distinct voices but they can be bound together within the 4th voice of the art lover. The acceptance of diversity is especially critical in light of the recent night club attack in Orlando!”