Albert Merola Gallery

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Albert Merola Gallery
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424 Commercial St
Provincetown, MA 02657
(508) 487-4424

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OPEN TODAY on this rainy Monday. 11-5. Come on down to see Paul Bowen: Relic and Sharon Horvath: Darker, along with an exhibition of Gallery Artists. https://www.artsy.net/albert-merola-gallery
Since 1988 representing the finest in contemporary, modern and historic Provincetown related art.

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Come and see the show! Opening tomorrow night: Friday July 21, 8-10 pm. Sharon Horvath-Darker / Paul Bowen-Relic This will be Bowen’s fifth one person show at the gallery. Incorporating rusted wood, parts from former fish houses in Provincetown, painted wood and more, Bowen infuses his work with a timelessness that transcends trends. Born in Wales, and having lived for 30 years in Provincetown, Bowen has an essential core that is always connected to the sea and the life and the lore that surrounds it. Much of the material used in his sculptures from the washed ashore debris - planks, crates, other artifacts - that one finds along the beach. He makes his home in Vermont these days, but continues to come to Provincetown to teach and to find resources and inspiration by the sea. A recipient of a Gottlieb Foundation Grant, and numerous others, he was a Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center from 1977-79. His work is in the collection of many private and public collections including The Guggenheim Museum in New York and The MFA in Boston. This will be Horvath’s second one person exhibition at the gallery. Horvath is also the cover subject of this year’s Provincetown Arts Magazine. Her intuitive painting is infused with a cosmic connection - of mankind and our connection with the universe, our existence amongst “the buzz of particles and stars”; of re-telling stories, of the mystical and magical; of the mundane and higher plane. Horvath makes her own paints with pigments and polymers, allowing her full expression of color and surface. Horvath is an associate professor at Purchase College, SUNY. She has been the recipient of two Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants, a Fulbright Research fellowship in 2013, a Fellowship at the American Academy in Rome, and other prestigious awards. She was a Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in 1986-87.

Beautiful new painting by Tabitha Vevers at the gallery. SELKIE: The Gift 2002-17 oil paint, gold leaf on ivorine 7 x 10 1/4 inches