CITYSCAPES, STREETSCAPES (August 10th – Sept 3rd, 2017)

At GALLERY Z - "CITYSCAPES - STREETSCAPES", Thursday, Aug. 10th through Sunday, Sept. 3rd.  Opening Reception Thursday, Aug. 17th, 5-9PM.   

Gallery Z is fortunate to represent, among other fine artists, many who paint and photograph compelling scenes of street life and vistas of cities - here and around the world - of Providence, of Rome and Venice, of famous cities local, national or international.  Such artists present us with their creative ability to recognize and capture a moment, a view, a scene - via depicting residents, visitors or iconic architecture - that encapsulates the essence of the locales.  This August Gallery Z will be displaying such cityscapes and streetscapes by Anthony Tomaselli, Angelo Marinosci, Jr., Lee Chabot, Ben Weiss, Linda Di Frenna, Areg Elibekian, David DeMelim, Virginia Delgado, Ruth Clegg, Stephan Brigidi, William Daby, Ian Mohon, Mark Freedman, John Gaumond, Michael Sherman, amongst many others.
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Gallery Z also displays a rotating selection of original fine art (paintings, photographs, drawings, mixed media, glass, sculptures, assemblages, lithographs) from its stable of over 400 locally, nationally or internationally renowned fine artists, and fine ceramics, pottery, jewelry and Armenian and international handicrafts.  The “Italy” room expands the local Federal Hill Italian atmosphere with “Dreamy Venice”, with luminous handmade Murano glass gifts and jewelry chosen and imported from Venice by Gallery Associate Linda Kamajian, set amidst fine art either related to Italy or by some of Gallery Z's established Italian-American artists.  Gallery Z celebrates its seventeenth year in 2017 of providing a center for experiencing fine art in a historic Providence neighborhood.  Although there are no official Gallery Night events December through March, Gallery Z carries the torch by hosting a free opening reception for the current exhibit every third Thursday of the month, 12 months a year. Gallery Z is a tax-free zone.