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As custom framers, we feature exquisitely framed contemporary African American art. Take this opportunity to learn about the works of America's great artists such as Charles Bibbs, Laura Cooper, Jonathon Romain, Edwin Lester, Gary Saderup, and many others. Gaze in awe at the ceramic African Nouveau sculptures of Woodrow Nash, and embrace the creativity of Thomas Blackshear’s extraordinary hand-painted sculptures.
Gallery Open: Monday through Friday 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Saturdays 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Otherwise by Appointment [call 414 651-2305]
Stop by and visit. Bring your family or friends. You will feel very welcome.
Let us help select
the right combination
of mouldings, mats, and glass to enhance your art, photo, certificate, textile, or memorabilia.
Window Display Featuring Works of: James Dallas "The Invisible Projects" April 12th thru May 3rd 2015
Included within his digital images are drawings and photography from over the past decade. James Dallas’ (JD) Invisible Projects has encompassed the Hidden Entries /Salvation Series....... meticulously created artworks that meld sound, abstraction, and locations. The artist has selected imagery and inspiration from sources such as The Koran, Bible, jazz music, architecture, sky and space and the objects that fill it.
As the title of the exhibition suggests, JD’s effort has changes, moving from boldly expressive to deeply introspective across a muted and modest sample of work. The exhibition features eight of Dallas’ major digital images.
James Dallas is a Milwaukee-based composer/artist, saxophonist and writer who produces music and visual/digital/images for web application, video installation, CD recordings and live performance. He holds a B.A. in Graphic Design from UW/Milwaukee. His work artistically includes digital imaging web design, oil paintings, posters and Digital Art. Dallas’ early artistic training was overseen by his sister, Lourine and brother, Calvin.
His refined drawing/ painting skills were influenced by Sylvester Sims (Milwaukee). UWM’s Scott Zukowski taught him graphic design. Dallas worked closely with a Milwaukee based group of African-American artists that included mentor artists Patrick Turner and Calvin Greer.
The works displayed by this artist are consigned and remain the property of the Artist.
Come to the gallery to view "The Invisible Projects" works of art. You may want to add one of his pieces to your art collection. Our mission is to showcase and promote art and the talented artists from our community and connect you to each other through their creativity.
For More Information Contact: Billie Nash
414 444-5166 or 414 651-2639
(New or established artists wanting to be considered for a Window Display Showcase should use the above contact information)
Giclee is French, meaning "to spray." Giclee printing of art and photos on fine quality paper or canvas. Beyond this description, a Giclee Print simply must be seen to be fully