From the first time I saw the light infused and colorful prints by Jennifer Lynch I knew they would be a great fit for Southern California. In addition to her one of a kind aquatint relief prints on solar plates, Lynch created large scale ink paintings on panels for a new series she is currently exhibiting at Neuartig.
Enjoy the installation shots of the exhibition. All single images and more information about the exhibit and Jennifer Lynch can be found here: Crystals
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After a successful exhibition at Gallery Neuartig Ruth Trotter will be part of the group show COVERING GROUNDS at Harris Art Gallery in La Verne. I am looking forward to the exhibition and learning about 5 new artists exploring abstract painting based on their own background and influences.
Jim Moriarty: iPhone photos by real American Surfrider
On Saturday, July 9 the Gallery Neuartig presented a one night only exhibitions with a silent auction benefiting the Surfrider Foundation.
We presented an evening with beautiful imagery captured by Surfrider CEO Jim Moriarty using his iPhone! We showed 125 8 x 8 inches Giclee prints on stretched canvas, which were auctioned off during the evening.
Jim Moriarty is the CEO of the Surfrider Foundation and an innovative leader in the environmental and action sports communities. From a skateboarding punk-rock kid to an architect of the early days of …e-commerce, Moriarty is obsessed with building companies and organizations around notable and world-altering ideas. Jim’s job as CEO of the Surfrider Foundation melds his passions for environmental awareness, action sports and big ideas. His vision is clear: Create a global movement of coastal environmental awareness and action. Jim resides in Solana Beach, and when he’s not working, he can be found riding waves at his home break in Cardiff Reef.
“Surfrider is coming off a strategic plan that netted 150 coastal victories in the past five years. We’re shifting gears to keep this momentum going but put an even larger focus on connecting people to our coastal needs,” said Moriarty. ” In one word, we’re focused on “engagement.” This spans from low-friction, easy engagement all the way to leadership training.”
At Surfrider we’re about using the best tools possible to maximize our mission of coastal protection. We want people pushing out pictures, videos and podcasts… anything that helps connect people to our vision of healthy coasts. Part of this process is having them use tools like iphones as much as possible and explore those tools capabilities. All these photos were all taken on my iphone. In some cases I’ve also used phone apps to tweak / mashup the imagery. I think of these photos as something in-between realtime loose sketches and an ongoing photographic journal.
All images have an open edition and can be viewed in our facebook page. Don’t forget to like us while you’re there.
Each image can be purchased for $100, just send us an email or facebook message with the image number you would like to purchase. Jim Moriarty donates all of his proceeds to Surfrider Foundation. Gallery Neuartig organized and financed the exhibition.