Elisa Contemporary Art

Exhibition Details

My Favorite Things

A holiday exhibit of Fun and Joy in Scarsdale, NY
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Minty Juicy Candala

Paula Brett

Minty Juicy Candala

Ring Around the Rosey Candela

Paula Brett

Ring Around the Rosey Candela

Allison Gregory, Emerging Artist, Female Artist, Texas Artist, Mixed Media, Brightly colored, Dimensional, textured, Omar Chacon

Allison Gregory

2,100 Squirts

Fushia Bullseye

Allison Gregory

Fushia Bullseye

Allison Gregory

Blue Bullseye

Black Bullseye

Allison Gregory

Black Bullseye

Fiesta Forever

Allison Gregory

Fiesta Forever

Bubblicious 2

Allison Gregory

Bubblicious 2

Allison Gregory, Emerging Artist, Female Artist, Texas Artist, Mixed Media, Brightly colored, Dimensional, textured, Omar Chacon

Allison Gregory

Last Dance of the Peacock

Melinda Hackett, Landscapes, Works on Paper, Charles Cowles, Female Artist, NY artist, Mid-career artist

Melinda Hackett

Watercolor #4 (Mid)

Melinda Hackett, Landscapes, Works on Paper, Charles Cowles, Female Artist, NY artist, Mid-career artist

Melinda Hackett

Watercolor #1 (Mid)

Watercolor _7

Melinda Hackett

Watercolor #7

Watercolor _5

Melinda Hackett

Watercolor #5

Elisa Contemporary Art has curated My Favorite Things. This Holiday Season art exhibit is focused on Fun and Joy and opened at Vintology Wine & Spirits on November 18. It will run through January 5, 2014.

My Favorite Things will feature artwork by Austin Artist, Allison Gregory, Florida Artist, Paula Brett, New York Artist, and Melinda Hackett. As viewers see the artwork of Allison Gregory, a smile starts to form. Her enamel, resin and acrylic canvases are richly layered, brightly colored and drip with delight. In her latest series of Bullseyes, she combines resin, pigment and eye-shadow to create highly dimensional artworks.

Florida artist, Paula Brett has created a series entitled Candala. These limited edition photographs are Mandalas made from pieces of Candy! According to Paula, “The mandala symbolizes the law of the universe and since man is also a microcosm of the universe, many cultures believe that the mandala also symbolizes the human soul. Mandalas serve as collection point for universal forces…My intention with these candalas is to arrange everyday sweets into a pattern which becomes scared, where delicious turns divine, the enticing now exquisite.” This exhibit debuts Paula Brett's work for the first time with Elisa Contemporary Art.

Please join us for two special receptions and tasting:

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