Spirit of the Birds, Bees, Flowers and Trees Chinese Brush Art and Photography Exhibition
by Gail Threinen and Ariana Vincent will be held at the Old Bakery Emporium
Enjoy the fantastic works of Gail Threinen and Ariana Vincent as they capture the spirit of nature in the Birds, Bees, Flowers, and Trees Art and Photography Exhibition!
Opening reception: Friday, February 3rd, 2017, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Regular Gallery Hours: February 2 to March 1, 2017
Tuesday through Saturday, 9 am to 4 pm
The Old Bakery Emporium
1006 Congress Ave.
Austin, Texas, 78701
About Gail Threinen:
Gail has always been in the arts: music, theatre, painting. But it was her family’s 5-yr experience living in Singapore and China where she fell in love with Chinese Brush Painting and Chinese Calligraphy. Upon returning from China, she served as a docent at the Minneapolis Museum of Art specializing in the China galleries where she received training from world-class scholars in Chinese art history and had access to close-up study of their extensive collection of Chinese calligraphy, bird and flower paintings and landscapes. Gail has been practicing and studying this art now for nearly 20 years. She is a member of the Sumi-e Society of America and has exhibited as well as won awards in their annual juried exhibitions and her work can be seen on their website. Gail is available to teach workshops and will be teaching a workshop on “Landscapes” at the Lakeway Activity Center on Saturday, March 11. Take a look at Gail’s award-winning Chinese brush painting, featured in 53rd annual juried Sumi-e Society. Gail can be contacted at email@example.com, Facebook, or by phone at 651-269-8502.
About Ariana Vincent:
Ariana Vincent’s formal education in photography includes a B.A.and B.F.A. in Fine Arts from UT. She owns and operates Ariana Images. The lyrical floral photographs in this exhibition are dedicated to Ariana’s dear friend Pualani, whose name means “Flower of Heaven.” Solo photography exhibitions include: “The Faces of France” at the Flawn Academic Center; “Sacred Sites and Sanctuaries” at Martin Brothers; “Waterscapes” at Whole Foods; and “A Retrospective” at The Purple Plum. Ariana can be contacted via phone at 512-921-9319, Facebook, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy Ariana Vincent’s brilliant works at www.arianaimages.com and www.flickr.com/photos/arianavincent!