Continuing: Owen Miracle Maselli's "An African Winter"
"I paint from memory and intuition and also work with references, which I use as my guide," says Miseli. "I make my own interpretations from them.
"I work in oils, pastels and acrylics mainly. I like paintings that express a message without necessarily being over labored. I love colors, gestures and moods. I am not restricted in style. Sometimes I do folk art and other times, contemporary art. I paint as the art chooses to go."
The artist hails from Nigeria and got his formal art training from the University of Benin, Benin City."
An African Winter will be on view at the Octagon Gallery, 888 Main Street, from the 28th, closing on February 26th. Gallery hours and 9:00 a.m until 9:00 p.m. daily.
You are invited to an opening reception on the 28th, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Coming Up/Don't Miss Events
- March 29th, Cornell Tech Community Town Hall at Manhattan Park Theatre Club
- Continuing, Vernissage 16 at Gallery RIVAA Updated 1 week ago
- March 31st, April 1st, 2nd, "Sondheim On Sondheim" at MST&DA Updated 1 day ago
- March 29th, Motorgate Gallery Opening
- March 28th, Indivisible New York Meeting Updated 4 days ago
- April 8th/9th FDR Four Freedoms: Looking For a Few Good Volunteers
- April 1st, RIRA Announces Its Annual Easter Egg Hunt Updated 2 weeks ago
- Continuing, Piotr Olszewski, Photographer, at the Octagon Gallery
- March 30th, Rent Freeze NYC at Carter Burden/RI Senior Center Updated 1 week ago