Sebastian Spreng - Handmade Horizons and Songs
Kelley Roy Gallery
The exhibition runs through September 2009
A new series of paintings by Sebastian Spreng is being exhibited at Kelley Roy Gallery in the Wynwood Art District (Miami). The series “Handmade Horizons and Songs” referred to by the artist as “inner landscapes,” portrays the internal projections of the viewer outwards through the paintings. The canvases in rich hues and isolated figures reflect the solidarity and inter-connectedness of us all. Sebastian has exhibited in his native Argentina, Germany, Japan, Canada, and throughout the United States, including at the Lowe Art Museum, and his work has been included in Christie’s New York art auctions. His current exhibit, ”Handmade Horizons & Songs,” unites his love for music and art. This new collection was inspired by a quote by Schlegel, “In earth’s variegated dream a quiet sustained note sounds through all other notes for those who secretly listen.” Sebastian has been a prominent figure in the South Florida art scene for over two decades. This is his first exhibit in the Wynwood Art District.
Kelley Roy Gallery. 50 NE 29th Street. Wynwood Art District, Miami
Phone (305) 447-3888
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