LuminArte Gallery presents Dreams and Divinities opening reception
LuminArte Gallery will host the finale of the travelling international exhibition, Dreams and Divinities Equinox. The principal visual styles showcased in the project include Visionary Art, Surrealism and Fantastic Realism, and are inspired by cultural and spiritual references, Sacred Geometry, elements of nature, explorations into the subconscious mind, visions, dreams and fantasy.
Participating artists hail from around the world and include: Liba Waring Stambollion, Peter Gric, Andrew Gonzalez, Joe MacGown, Martina Hoffmann, Emma Watkinson, Otto Rapp, Adam Scott Miller, Cody Seekins, Patrick McGrath Muniz, Sandra Yagi, Bruce Rimell, Raul Casillas, Miguel Tio, David Heskin and Aloria Weaver, Chris Dyer, Erich Moffit, Hector Pineda, Carrie Ann Baade, Zeljko Djurovic, Roku Sasaki, Marcus McAllister, Elisabeth Slettnes, Android Jones, Gabriela Garza Padilla, Martin Stensaas and Sunny Strasburg.
The Dallas Dreams and Divinities Equinox show is the finale of a three year odyssey starting in Toledo, Spain on the spring Equinox of 2013. The show traveled through Spain and the European début ended on the Fall Equinox in Paris, France. The following year, on the Spring Equinox, the city of San Cristobal de las Casas hosted the suite in one of their museums and it later traveled to Monterrey for the Mexico finale at Amon-Ra Gallery. For the North American finale at Luminarte, some of the favorite pieces from Toledo and Mexico have been mixed with new work to give a sense of both continuity and freshness.
Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through May 2.