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The art of seven LarkGallery artists was chosen through the competition and exhibited in the 7 solo shows under one roof of the Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art in Las Vegas 450 Freemont Str. Suite 270, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Participating artists: Julienne Johnson, Michael Davies, Svetlana Toth, Michele Benzamin-Miki, Georganne Heller, Lark and Felice Willat. This exhibition is on view from April until September, 2016. The second Art Reception will take place on September 24 2016, 7 – 9 pm


Our exhibition also inspired the SNMFA curator - Vered Galor to write the article in the July/Aust issue of the international Magazine "Art and Beyond" that was recently published. Here is the quote from her article about our show Realism to Abstractio:

"This exhibition, while not intending to perplex, takes the viewer through the spectrum of Realism to Abstractionism, with artworks from various mediums that reveal the contemplative conceptual process. The seven-presented artists' include works in photography, painting, collage, assemblage and sculptural construction. The pieces bear witness to the process of transformation of imagery, and the different concepts of and personal approaches to the creative effort that goes into conceiving a piece of fine art."

If you want to read more please click on this link of "Art and Beyond" magazine online version pages 10 and 11.

Article in Art and Beyond


Please read the excerpt from a letter by Fahriye Mahrenholz: "LarkGallery is an incredible example of international collaboration, work toward mutual understanding, and a model for public discourse on social topics through the arts. We strongly support LarkGallery. It provides an invaluable service to the public and organizations such as ours."


The gorup of LarkGallery artists participate now in OUR SECOND ANNUAL Academia Luciana ART LAB RETREAT in Civitella d'Agliano, Italy, from August 19 to August 31, 2016.!

Art-Lab in Italy will be a forum for artistic creativity amidst the majestic scenery of the medieval castle of Civitella situated in the area between Rome and Florence. Beside Art Lab activities participants will have time to rest, to rejuvenate their creativity and have a retreat from everyday life. Amongst other activities Academia Luciana is planning a day trip to the nearby situated valley of La Serpara and the Tarot Garden.

The studios are located in the renovated castle premises. In the neighbourhood you can enjoy authentic Italian country cuisine and the famous Alta Tuscia wines in the neighborhood cafes.

During the retreat in Italy Dr. Cristina Simion, owner of the Tiny Griffon Gallery, will offer a crash course in marketing for artists, including branding and public relations. The emphasis will be on career management, with open discussions about the self-managed career and relationships between artists, curators, managers and galleries.

After the completion of the Art Lab we will conclude with an exhibition of the best artworks in Civitella. Each artist will receive two white canvases (60 x 80 cm) to paint on them. One art work created during the residency on one of those canvases will be retained by the organizers for an exhibition at the museum of Civitella D'agliano.


Art-Lab Participants Karen Hansen and Linda Kunik beautifully captured the spirit and atmosphere of last year's Italy art retreat: Please read their testimonials on our blog.


Please submit your photos to our next photo show. Go to submission page for more information.

Dima MAnichev
Golden Moscow by Dima Malanitchev

Opening Art Reception
Saturday, August 27, 6 - 9 pm

Colossus Rising
Colossus Rising by Vincent Mattina

The creative expression of the human spirit is what propels us forward as individuals, brings new inventions that change our lives and keeps us inspired.

In this exhibition we present art that has a new take on old themes, uses old techniques in a new way, art that gives the viewer a new perspective on our world or is just plain creative.

Please read article in the Huffungton Post about this exhibition by Henry K. Long.

Exhibiting Artists:
Michael Baroff, Jean Brantley, Irina Chelyapov, Donna Angers, Huss Hardan, Lina Kogan, Galina Kovshilovsky, Faina Kumpan, Lark, Peggy Lee, Libbet Loughnan, Barbara Mastej, Vincent Mattina, John Ransom, Marilyn St-Pierre, Gloria Vitto

Build the City not on Sand
Build the City not on Sand by John Ransom

"Finding Me" Solo show
by Young Yun Summers
Opening Art Reception
Saturday, August 27, 6 - 9 pm

Young Summers
The Great Divide, detail, by Young Yun Summers

Exhibitions dates: August 27 - September 24 Address: LarkGallery Hawthorne of PGLA 12609 Hawthorne Blvd, CA 90250. NW corner of El Segundo Blvd., Parking in rear

Our Mission

We work to increase the visibility of talented artists from around the world and foster appreciation of art by teaching people of all ages a 21st century art language. We use the conversations of color, shape, texture and line to demonstrate that communication can be free of prejudice toward any language, religion or philosophy.

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