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Multi Point Perspective

January 05, 2017

It’s hard to change from one year to the next and not think about things past, present, and future. But why not?! Especially when considering Galleripple’s first year in existence and the many exciting opportunities out there for new ways to express ourselves. In one year, the gallery has grown to include an impressive array of artists sharing their point of view through the unique lens that is architectural and landscape architectural training. And what is it about architects and their training that makes for unique approaches and insights? In our “About Us” statement on the website is this – “Most architects draw, paint, make and create long before architecture school and continue to explore art in various forms even while...

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Power in Powerlessness – The Art of Mohamad Hafez

August 23, 2016

People often ask how I find Galleripple’s artists out there in the architecture and landscape architecture community. While our artists sometimes find Galleripple first, the answer usually involves research, invitations to professional groups, and referrals. Certainly the fascinating people encountered and “met” along the way are the treasure in this work. These passionate creators are often working long hours in their professional careers before they can spend after-hours time pursuing their much more individual expressions. Some have transitioned to full time artist status, some are retired - all are an honor to know about and to communicate with. Many of the talented artists encountered can’t participate in the gallery for a variety of reasons – but you still need to...

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Why the Real Thing?

July 14, 2016

We can now see and enjoy more art in seconds than we used to encounter in a lifetime. It glows so nicely on our monitor screens, it’s so portable, and obviously, it costs so little. But virtual art is like food without nutrition – just simply not as good as the real thing. When you can hold the piece, walk up to it, study its layers and strokes, see light and dark, catch the emotion, live with it, touch the finish, marvel at the materials, and mull the artist’s expression of the story, that’s when it becomes sustenance for the soul rather than quick calories for the eyes. Actual art can fill a variety of roles, from “star” to “supporting”....

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What Then Shall We Say?

June 14, 2016

Although normally a positive people, we join the cloud of groaning, grieving, and horrified citizens searching for answers to this week’s massacre in Orlando. While society is sadly once again seeking answers to a mix of earthly and cosmic questions, our hearts want expression of the unknowable and unthinkable. Gallery artist John Stantz found himself painting the words of his heart on Sunday. Layer on layer of color, stroke direction, splatter, and emotion vented into an incredibly beautiful abstract story. Fully communicating the collision of joy and youth and acceptance with a force of raw evil, the painting is named ‘considering the circus’. It is a testimony to the fact that evil will not prevail and that hearts will find...

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