Debbie Dickinson Gallery

Curator Debbie Dickinson invites you to view how seven artists reflect and respond to the influence of dark to light in a group exhibition of working painters, sculptors, art photographers and mixed media artists. Every work the viewer experiences in this show will feature how the artists have interpreted these times while enduring this dramatic era. From the artists’ fingertips, Ombre is the extension of sage energy using expert techniques directly communicated from their minds to canvas, mixed media and bronze. It is when the greatest pianist executes his opus. Great artists’ minds and visual artworks merge into one. These artworks feature an awakening and reinvention. Shades from the perspective of the artists are interpreted through various mediums and periods when they originally imagined the works. Everything is becoming emotionally light. For the viewer it could be a period of rebirth, an experiential metaphorical process of pain to pleasure or the dawn of a new concept. The viewer’s interpretation is subjective. There is a collective inter-spatial mindset from the artists that everything doesn’t have to be identified to the viewer. Labels have evaporated. This is an experience of exhilaration without explanation and allowing personal realizations upon viewing the Ombre Exhibition that will bring forth levity from the heaviness we have gone through.

About the Artists

Audrey Schilt is an artist, designer and illustrator who has worked in the fashion industry for more than thirty years, sketching and designing for some of the most revered names in fashion history (including Halston for whom she most notably created Jackie Kennedy’s pill box hat). Schilt became the Creative Director VP of Design for Women’s Runway Collection at Ralph Lauren where she collaborated on the now celebrated pink silk gown that Gwyneth Paltrow wore to the 1998 Academy Awards. Her artistic range also includes watercolors, portraiture and illustrative line drawings.

For more information on Audrey visit her website and follow her on Instagram.

Bryan LeBoeuf – Although shaped by memory, Bryan LeBoeuf’s work springs from his imagination. He then borrows from the visual world to give it authenticity. Traditional compositions incorporate meticulously painted surfaces and lighting effects informed by European masters. His tightly controlled technique, representational subject matter and subtly manipulated compositions create a through-the-looking-glass illusion, removing barriers between viewers and the images.

For more information on Bryan visit his website and follow him on Instagram.

Bill Buchman is a popular and prolific artist, musician, educator and author whose expressive work draws on his extensive musical background. An intimate familiarity with what is meant by a harmony, a melody and a rhythm informs his every move with the paint brush. Buchman’s career has spanned more than fifty years and he is known for abstractions characterized as “symphonies of space, form and color” and his figures, which are described as “lightning bursts of energy condensed into a fine line.”

For more information on Bill visit his website and follow him on Instagram.

David Hostetler is an American wood carver, sculptor, painter, jazz musician and Professor Emeritus at Ohio University. His career—spanning 67 years—has focused on the feminine form in exotic and Native American hardwoods that translated into bronze sculptures and paintings. He saw a female form in the trees while walking through his woods and with the sound of his mallet striking a metal gouge, transformed those ancient trees into women. This world, unique unto itself, is the world created by David L. Hostetler.

For more information on David visit his website and follow him on Instagram.

Iran Issa Khan transitioned from photographing beautiful people and celebrities in national and international magazines to flowers and objects of nature. Her photographic work has captured the sensuality of flowers, tropical plants, seashells and numerous flora and fauna objects, immediately translating their natural beauty into sensuous art forms.

For more information on Iran visit her website and follow her on Instagram.

Megan Heekin Triantafillou has been featured in galleries throughout the United States in both group shows and solo exhibitions and has been highlighted locally in Cincinnati at several notable galleries. Her paintings are “abstract, nonobjective representations of aspects relating to nature and spirituality.” Extensive anthologies of Triantafillou’s work can be found in collections throughout Cincinnati, including the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital and has received several awards, including a feature in the Top 100 Artists at The Circle Foundation for the Arts in Lyon, France in 2018.

For more information on Megan visit her website and follow her on Instagram.

About the Debbie Dickinson Gallery

Debbie Dickinson established her art experience with over 70 art shows promotions and curations throughout New York, The Hampton’s, Palm Beach, Wynwood and Art Basel Week in Miami Beach. This will mark the second chapter for her in the arts as she has a legendary international super modeling career as a photographer’s muse. Dickinson traveled the globe working with the top international artists and fashion designers by representing their work as consultant, curator, public relation expert and producer of major projects. The new location encompasses 2900sf retail space on 14th Street in the Union Square District. The gallery will be known for showing a balance of post-modern masters, working and emerging artists. She also exhibits at major art fairs, curates’ private homes, new real estate developments and hotels.

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