Steven Seinberg was born in Brooklyn, then later moved to Georgia, where he attended Atlanta College of Art for his BFA and Georgia State University for his MFA. Inspired by pioneering Abstract Expressionists such as Cy Twombly, Robert Motherwell, Mark Rothko, and Clyfford Still his work uses a formula of graphite, oil, and canvas to create these breath-like creations. Seinberg’s somber pallet, bold strokes, and poetic line work connect the outside world with motion as incessant and loss being inevitable. Seinberg is continually inspired by the biological senses, environmental factors, and emotional responses to these surroundings. His use of earth tones and bold strokes provide these mesmeratic applications, leaving the viewer in a transcendence of time and space.
Rhapsody In Blue | One Atlantic Center "The IBM Tower" Opening Reception | Friday, Feb. 22nd | 5 - 7 PM
A Symphonic Presentation of Major Works in The Grand Gallery
“Rhapsody In Blue” Opening Reception
Curated by Bill Lowe Gallery in The Grand Gallery Lobby
One Atlantic Center (The IBM Tower)
Friday, February 22nd, 5-7PM
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Bill Lowe Gallery presents artistic impresario Jimmy O’Neal in a stunning new exhibition titled, Adrift Within A Long Loving Look. This show continues his two-decade-long exploration/expansion of the physical and metaphorical capabilities of paint as a medium.
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 3rd, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
This cinematic body of work is composed of his signature mirrored paintings, taken to yet another level of surface complexity and opulence. Jimmy utilizes his technological innovation of “mirrored paint” – or “pigmentless paint” – to interpret the reality of the in-between, the space in which we exist during the shift of paradigms. Using the experience of a hot air balloon ride as the conceptual starting point, Jimmy’s work reflects the experience of a gradual movement - or transcendence - into a state of weightlessness, untethered by static landscape, or boundaries of traditional time and space. We are suspended in this reality, looking into and back at ourselves as we drift amidst a constant flow of information and data.
Capitalizing upon rigorous classical training that includes a mastery of draftsmanship, O’Neal creates visual experiences that facilitate a dialogue between a viewer’s emotional interior and universal impulses – or emanations – that forge what’s beneath the surface of our awareness. He sees this realm as one of visual poetry, harmonic in nature, composed of frequencies that surround and interact with our senses; this is the multi-dimensional Universe and our journey becomes a memory of material form – of matter. As we are carried into higher octaves – as the journey becomes accelerated, or slows – this non-existence is a spiritual contemplation, a rumination on the current state of cultural consciousness.
Bill Lowe Gallery proudly announces our exclusive representation of the Estate of Herbert Creecy (1939-2003). Heralded as the most significant Abstract Expressionist painter ever to come from the South, Creecy’s work can be found in the permanent collections of several museums, as well as in a vast array of blue-chip corporate and private collections. His experimentation in new methods of painting allowed his works to transcend time and push traditional spatial boundaries. A carefully curated collection of Herbert Creecy’s never-before-seen paintings at Bill Lowe Gallery shines a new light on this historic artist.
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 1st, 6:00 - 9:00 pm