Who is need of REVIVAL? Evolve the Gallery presents its 2012 Black History Month exhibition, Made in America: REVIVAL. This Celebration of the Spirit & the Soul features uplifting and vibrant fine art works created by local and national artists. The exhibition opens on Saturday, February 4th (12-6pm) and runs through Sunday, February 26th (2-6pm).
The show clearly speaks to a broad cultural and aesthetic community. It celebrates the power and strength within each of us when we rely on faith and are steadfast in hope. It is during these difficult economic times that REVIVAL is most needed; to be refreshed and renewed and most of all to rejoice for the blessings we so easily overlook.
The creative works selected for Made in America: REVIVAL represent a variety of mediums and styles. Many of the popular and nationally known artists featured are inaugural artists of Evolve the Gallery’s 2011 Black History Month Made in America exhibit: Charly Palmer, Bryan Keith Thomas, Tamara Natalie Madden, Kelvin Curry, Kamal Al Mansour, Charles Bibbs, Stacey Robin H. Johnson, Keith Mikell, Stephen Bruce, Master fine artist Richard Mayhew and Sacramento local Gerry GOS” Simpson. New to the line up are The Twins, Cedric Cox and Ahmed Salam.
The exhibition is free and open to the public.
Who: Made in America: REVIVAL - A Celebration of the Spirit & the Soul
What: 2012 Black History Month Celebration
Where: Evolve the Gallery, 2907 35th Street, Historic Oak Park, Sacramento CA 95817
When: Saturday, February 4th (12pm-6pm)
Saturday, February 11th (6pm-9pm)
Sunday, February 12th (2pm-6pm)
Sunday, February 26th (2pm-6pm)