HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS AT THE U
LOWE ART MUSEUM
The Lowe Art Museum unveils new exhibitions this fall in time for the Art Basel season.
Donald Sultan: The Disaster Paintings
September 29 – December 23, 2016
A critically important series in the oeuvre of American painter, sculptor, and printmaker Donald Sultan.
Sean Cavanaugh: Under the Elders’ Gaze
October 27, 2016 – June 25, 2017 Artist Sean Cavanaugh (b. 1969) revels in the mundane. Specifically, trees—which for so many of us are merely background noise to the daily rhythms of our lives—are a source of endless fasciation for the artist.
1301 Stanford Drive | 305.284.3535 | www6.miami.edu/lowe/
MUSIC AT EPIPHANY
EPIPHANY CONCERT SERIES
7/4 Ensemble, Venezuela
Friday, Oct. 7, 7:30p
Seven young musicians tour the world as ambassadors of vibrant South American culture. Their classical training intertwines with modern styles into a colorful musical program.
Kristina Finch & Daniel Espinoza
Monday, Nov. 14, 7:30p
Combining the harp’s ethereal sound with the soulful timbre of the saxophone, these two virtuosos share a mesmerizing musical journey.
The concert series is held at the Church of the Epiphany, 8235 SW 57 Avenue. The concerts are free and open to the public. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305.667.4911.
THE WIRTZ GALLERY
Located in the lobby of the First National Bank of South Miami, each month The Wirtz Gallery presents local & international artists. Gallery hours are Monday to Thursday 9a-4p, and Friday, 9a-6p. Artist receptions are generally held on the second Friday of the month from 6-9p and are open to the public.
In October, the gallery hosts Marilyn Brown, a prolific, popular and highly successful artist who believes there is no lack of subject matter, especially in Florida. She has been passionate about photography since her student days at the University of Florida, where she majored in journalism and had classes in photojournalism. She had the opportunity to study with Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Buddy Davis. After college she married but never lost her passion for photography. The artist works primarily in black and while and uses a 4”x5” field camera. Marilyn skillfully conveys large, sweeping landscapes in which all details are clear.
For November, members of the Miami Watercolor Society will have an exhibition of works by the diverse members of the society. The topics and styles of the paintings will be as varied as the 150 members. Founded in 1974 this non-profit group informs and educates members and others by providing exhibitions and community education. The intent of their exhibits is “to reintroduce the public to the aesthetic beauty and playful nature of watercolor painting and to promote increased interest in viewers to try the media for themselves,” noted Janice de Yong, MWS Exhibition Chair.
OTHER ARTISTIC VENUES
Two retail locations in SOMI that have a unique artistic presence are arango and The Archive.
Both are located on Sunset Drive, however at opposite ends of town: 5864 Sunset Drive & 1559 1/2 respectively.
The Archive Fine Art & Collectibles is located directly east of Red Road (1559 1/2 Sunset Drive). The Archive shows a number of resident artists and exhibits featured artists on a periodic basis.
arango has enjoyed over fifty years in presenting Miamians modern design in housewares, furnishing and accessories. For decades, arango was a fixture at Dadeland. Last fall, arango went from the mall to main street (5864 Sunset Drive). The store regularly features exhibitions of modern design artists with their collections.