Friday, November 2, 2012

PAST: ART OPENING: New Gallery, Dal Basso Gallery, 923 F St NW, celebrates it's first exhibit "A Reason for E'ry Time" Paintings by Seth Remsnyder SAT, Nov 2nd, 6:30pm - 9:30pm, Free

New Gallery! Dal Basso Gallery at 923 F St NW presents their first show "A Reason for E'ry Time" Paintings by Seth Remsnyder
Saturday, November 2nd
6:30pm - 9:30pm

Paintings of "raw elements composed in a variety of plaid styles designed to guide audiences to those fundamental things that inspire and motivate us."

About the new gallery and exhibit, from Mark Fedeli: "Dal Basso is Italian for "from the bottom." My father impressed upon me from a young age the power of raw hunger and precise execution to get things done and help others, whatever the obstacles. His parents were children of Italian immigrants who recognized that anyone from anywhere can bring their talents forward with confidence they can break through to reach their vision of success. No excuses. These raw elements of productivity are what I have tried bring to work each day. They keep me pushing forward, amid shut downs, sequesters, delays, losses, and the like. Another thing that keeps me pushing forward are the many friends and colleagues who have demonstrated these same raw elements to me. So that's who's invited to this exhibit. It is my small attempt to show appreciation by providing a venue to take a step back from the grind, while reflecting together on what easily goes unnoticed within us that drives us forward toward."

This program will be geared toward Seth's production process and will include a discussion on Art Education. Fedeli says "If you have a child or young person in your life with creative talent, and you are looking for ways to productively cultivate that talent, this part of the program will be for you. When I first met Seth nearly a decade ago, he was an Art teacher. Seth's journey and vision surrounding Art Education are compelling."

Dal Basso Gallery
923 F Street, NW
Studio 201
Metro: Gallery Pl - Chinatown, 9th & G exit, or Metro Center and walk a few short blocks

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