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December Issue 2004
Contemporary Art Gallery and Hussey Design in Charleston, SC,
Present an Exhibit on Conversations
The Fine Art of Conversation,
presents an art exhibition which investigates the relationship
between the written word and painted narrative at Studio Fly Contemporary
Art Gallery in Charleston, SC. The exhibit, in association with
Hussey Design will be on view from Dec. 3 through Jan. 2, 2005.
features an inspirational look at fine art paintings inspired
by found letters, notes, scribbles and various written transcriptions.
The awe-inspiring exhibition, which features original works of
65 leading artists from the US, Japan, England, France and Canada,
investigates the relationship between written word and personal
artists include Phillipe Lardy, Jordin Isip, Ann Field, Cathie
Bleck and Charleston native Tim Hussey, among others. The exhibition
is accompanied by a 308-page full color book of written and visual
narrative providing the reader with unique interpretations included
in Dialogue: The Fine Art of Conversation.
The exhibit was curated by Mark Murphy: author, publisher, designer and active chairman of the American Illustration in New York. He actively teaches, speaks, curates and publishes art collection books, and is also the founder and director of Murphy Design, an art and design resource based in San Diego, CA. Murphy has been recognized by Canada's Applied Arts, Communication Arts, Graphis, ID Magazine, PIE books, Print, Rockport Publishers, and Step, among many.
Studio Fly Contemporary Art Gallery, located at 47 Folly Road Boulevard, is a new contemporary art space dedicated to the showing of contemporary art works featuring artists of national and international acclaim.
For further information check our SC Commercial Gallery listings, contact Gregory Peters at 843/819-1542, or e-mail at (email@example.com).
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