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February 25, 2024

sunday selects | understated elegance


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world.

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February 20, 2024

Featured Artist | Holly Addi


Holly Addi's work urges us to renegotiate her philosophy on imperfection in our contemporary society. By applying abstraction, she creates beautiful intense personal moments masterfully created by means of rules and omissions, acceptance and refusal, luring the viewer round and round in circles until they see light.

Her work doesn’t reference recognizable form. The results are deconstructed to the extent that meaning is shifted and possible interpretation becomes multifaceted.

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February 18, 2024

Sunday Selects | Quiet Luxury


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world.

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February 13, 2024

Featured Artist | Brenda Zappitell


"I look everywhere to find my imagery and am entranced by nature, in particular the sky. My mark-making, though serendipitous, emanates from these many visual impressions. I want the viewer to believe that my vision expands beyond the work itself to a universe I have created. When my work takes off, it seems to have a life of its own: an inner life that reflects something of my inner life. These fleeting “glimpses” are what I offer to those who encounter my paintings, and who are drawn to their multiplying energies."

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February 11, 2024

sunday selects | explore abstraction


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world.

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February 6, 2024

Featured Artist | Doug Freed


For nearly twenty years, Doug Freed made non-objective grid structured paintings. Freed started to see references to landscape in these works. He hasa literalized those references by painting oil landscape vistas of horizons, clouds and bodies of water. These paintings consist of two or more vertical panels. Usually one panel is landscape imagery. The adjacent panels are often atmospheric voids with vestiges of recognizable landscapes.

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February 4, 2024

Sunday Selects | Back To Nature


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world.

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January 30, 2024

Featured Artist | Brooke Major


American artist born 1979 and native of Atlanta, GA, Brooke Major has been living and working as a professional artist and sharing her time between the USA (Georgia) and France for the past 20 years. As a child, Brooke has always been top of her class in drawing and painting, as well as an avid equestrian, which led her to move to Normandy to breed and raise them for the sport of showjumping. Brooke sculpts oil paint, using pallet knives challenging both techniques of painting and sculpting and exemplifying light and shadow. She chooses all of her subjects from her childhood experiences: travelling, horses and architecture. Brooke also depicts her everyday life in her recent subject of her landscapes of the typical Normand countryside.

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January 28, 2024

Sunday Selects | Warm Minimalism


Sunday Selects is a weekly review of the art, artists and culture curated by gallery director and founder Kim Fonder. By providing a connection to newly discovered art and objects as well as sharing enjoyed rituals, Exhibit hopes to expand enjoyment of the creative approach in your everyday life. We find this approach similar to the concept of wabi sabi, a Japanese term referring to the appreciation of the beauty of imperfection, impermanence, and simplicity as the natural state of things in the world.

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January 25, 2024

Textured Art


Textured art is a fantastic way to add depth and character to your home's interior design. From paintings and sculptures to tapestries and wall hangings, textured art pieces can serve as a focal point in any room. These works of art incorporate various materials and techniques to create a tactile experience for both the eyes and the hands. When choosing textured art, consider the colors and textures in the rest of your home's decor. Whether you prefer bold and vibrant or subtle and understated, incorporating textured art can add a unique touch to your home's aesthetic.

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