Friday, April 15, 2011

Introducing the World's Smallest Art Gallery!!!

Hera Gallery is pleased to announce the first exhibition at the World's Smallest Art Gallery, which is located in Peace Dale just off the bike path. It might be a small space, but it's open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and it has some amazing artwork in there!

Sevan is the inaugural artist exhibiting in The World’s Smallest Art Gallery*. His paintings will be on display from April 15 through the May 31. Sevan, a.k.a. 90Sevan, is an interdisciplinary artist who works in both visual and performance arts. He tries not to define himself beyond saying that he wants to use his expressive and crea...tive talents to contribute to art and culture over time. He is the vocalist and lyricist for the group Broken Ground. You can hear Sevan’s music and see more of his artwork at Hempfest at URI. You can contact Sevan at 90sevan@gmail.com.

Curator’s comments: Here is my recommendation: buy one of Sevan’s paintings and hang it at the foot of your bed. Look at it when you wake up in the morning. You will save a lot of money on coffee because you won’t need the caffeine to get you going. Just the energy pouring out of the painting will give you a buzz. It is a pleasure to present these vibrant, rhythmic paintings as the inaugural show in The World’s Smallest Art Gallery.

*The World’s Smallest Art Gallery is kiosk on the South County Bike Path (http://southcountybikepath.org/). It is located in Peace Dale where the bike path crosses Route 108. It is a joint project of Hera Gallery (http://heragallery.org/) and Peace Dale Neighborhood Revitalization, Inc. (http://www.peacedale.net/). John Kotula is the coordinator of this project for Hera Gallery. If you are interested in showing your artwork on the bike path contact John at johnkotulapchn@yahoo.com to get more details and to schedule a show.

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