As the Dallas Design District continues to flourish and diversify, so does LuminArte Gallery; and almost a year after hosting the International Biennale Artists group for a well received exhibition of over 40 contemporary artists representing 17 countries, LuminArte is once again proud to welcome the International Biennale Artists in a special selection of noteworthy art professionals.
"Imagine," an international art exhibition scheduled from October 6-28, is the realization of the International Biennale Artists group founder, Elisha Ben-Yitzhak, who after many years of exhibiting his artwork worldwide, has chosen a core group of artists whom he personally feels reflect the ideal of Arete, the classical Greek concept of excellence.
Dallas based artist, Matt Anzak returns as curator of the exhibit, showcasing this dynamic art collection, which displays a varied understanding of technique, media, and subject matter, while typifying current trends in the international art world. Many of the artists featured have been recognized through various awards and distinctions, creating artworks that have been exhibited and collected worldwide; and the combined creative sum of this talented group of well-established artists is sure to stimulate the imagination of any art enthusiast or lover of life. Inspire by the theme, “Imagine,” the artists, as a group, have endeavored to communicate to a broader audience, expressing cultural diversity in a harmonious balance of painting, sculpture, photography and mixed media. The reception for "Imagine" will be held on October 6 from 7-10PM, with many of the esteemed artists in attendance.
The featured image is "I Could Have Been a Clown" by Irene Neal. Irene Neal experiments in new painting media combined with recycled elements and found objects; and her artwork is found in numerous museums around the world including the National Gallery of Prague in the Czech Republic, the Art Gallery of Alberta, Canada; and the Museum of Art, in Fort Lauderdale, FL. "I paint with all that I am----that somehow the best of my strengths will become visible to those who stand in front of my art -- so they, too, can feel in their soul, the beauty and greatness of this life."