South Street Art Gallery in Easton has an impressive lineup of artists who will exhibit their work in a series of solo exhibitions starting in September and continuing through November.
Steve Rogers, a Lewes, Delaware-based painter in acrylics will display his lifelong love of boats and the maritime traditions of the Eastern Shore from September 7 through September 21. Steve’s knowledge of boat building and of the historic working boats of the Chesapeake is evident in the detailed and accurate depictions he paints. There will be an Artist’s Reception on September 6 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Opening September 21 and running through September 30, the show “He’s Back!” celebrates the return to Easton of Santa Fe-based artist Louis Escobedo. The former owner of Gallery 717 in Easton will exhibit landscapes and still lifes in his colorful and masterful – and often whimsical –
style that has earned Louis a devoted following. There will be an Artist’s Reception on September 21 from 5 to 8 p.m.
Lani Browning, a popular Centreville painter, will exhibit her landscapes and floral paintings in a show entitled “Seasons” opening October 5 and continuing through October 28. Lani’s love of nature and gardening is evident in her beautiful depictions of the natural world through the different seasons.
Noted watercolorist and oil painter Stewart White will exhibit plein air and studio paintings from his travels in the U.S. and abroad. “Off the Beaten Path: Paintings from My Travels” will include paintings from Stewart’s recent journeys to Spain, France and Ireland among other exotic locales. The show opens November 2 and runs through November 25.
All exhibitions will have an opening reception from 5 to 8 p.m. For additional information contact South Street Art Gallery at 410-598-1666 or visit southstreetartgallery.com.
South Street Art Gallery Now Representing Local Artist
The artwork of local artist Nicholas Tindall will now be on display at The South Street Art Gallery in Easton. His recent works caught the attention of gallery owner Alan Brock, who seeks out local talent to show in one of the best-known galleries in the region.
“I didn’t expect anything more than a few minutes of Alan’s time to get feedback on some new pieces I’d completed recently. I absolutely did not expect he’d want to feature my art in the gallery,” says Nicholas, who paints at his studio on Wright’s Mill Farm in Trappe.
“Nicholas’s work is different, colorful and well done. His paintings will look great on a contemporary collector’s walls,” says Alan, who purchased the South Street Art Gallery in 2017.
“To be amongst so much incredible local and national talent is unbelievable, and I’m very thankful for the opportunity,” adds Nicholas.
Other artists represented at South Street Art Gallery include Plein Air Easton award winners Jill Basham, Hai-Ou Hou, Patrick Lee, Nancy Tankersley and many other nationally- and internationally-recognized artists.
Nicholas’ work features vibrant florals and elements of nature. His style is best described as contemporary, hyper-realism with juxtaposing, abstract components. He is best known for a series of successful, innovative pop-up shows, including “Photosynthesis” and “Symmetry.” He has participated in The Arts In Easton banner program by the Avalon Foundation and this year’s Local Color Exhibition during Plein Air Easton, sponsored by the Working Artists Forum.
The South Street Art Gallery is located at 5 South Street in Easton. For more information, visit www.southstreetartgallery.com. For more information about the artist, visit www.nicholastindall.com.