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  • The Colors of Spring 2013

    Primaries + Pastels = colors of Spring 2013 palette

    From wall paint to wall art, passionate colors rule the scene

    The first flakes have barely fallen and already spring is in the air. Evidence? Pantone's Colors of Spring 2013 lineup is here. We love it--it's inspiring and fresh and, best of all, these shades complement our canvas wall art beautifully.

    There's such a lovely and somewhat unexpected mix here. Primaries and pastels? Yep. The mix is soothing and passionate all at once, and the color names, like Grayed Jade, Monaco Blue, Linen and Nectarine just sound like a tropical vacation, don't they?

    We here at Greenbox Art + Culture think tropical vacations should be a state of mind, not just a location. We have an assortment of gorgeous canvas wall art for your home that nods to Pantone's picks for Spring 2013. Here are a few:

    Cardinals by Todd Clark has a Nectarine (Pantone 16-1360) vibe to it, lush and relaxed. The pop of the cardinals' red feathers brings to mind Poppy Red (Pantone 17-1664).

    Pink Haze by Deborah Brenner combines shades of African Violet (Pantone 16-3520) and Linen (Pantone 12-1008) to an almost ethereal effect.

    Waterfall by Amy Genser is as soothing and cool as a spring morning, calling Emerald  (Pantone 17-5641) and Dusk Blue (Pantone 16-4120) tones to mind.

    This Spring, and always here at Greenbox Fine Art + Culture, our commitment to you is to keep your walls fun, stylish and up-to-date. Take a look--spring is just around the corner!

  • Melissa Lillie on Show

    Read about GreenBox Art + Culture artist Melissa Matsuki Lillie and her solo show in Baltimore, plus her upcoming mural unveiling in North Adams, Massachusetts.

    It doesn’t matter where in the world you are – art is all around you! We love hearing about all of the great events that GreenBox artists participate in, and this month we’re pleased to support Melissa Matsuki Lillie during her show at Baltimore’s Jordan Faye Contemporary.

    Lillie’s show Transverse runs through July 28 and you can find her originals for sale on the gallery walls. Can’t spring for an original? You can shop Melissa Matsuki Lillie’s collection exclusively on GreenBox.com.

    Another exciting upcoming event for Lillie is the Mural Project in North Adams, Massachusetts for DownStreetArt.  Here is some event info:

    "On Thursday, Sept. 27, from 6-9 p.m., the DownStreet Art Last Thursday Celebration will feature exhibition openings at galleries throughout North Adams  including MCLA Gallery 51, The Mohawk Gallery, the Jarvis Rockwell Gallery, NAACO Gallery, PRESS Gallery, The Artery Gallery, the Blackington Gallery, Gallery 107, and studio21south. The mural by North Adams based artist Melissa Matsuki Lillie will be unveiled on Holden Street."

    If you find yourself in New England this coming fall, we encourage you to check out Melissa Matsuki Lillie’s murals, and if you’re in the Baltimore area this month, stop by Jordan Faye Contemporary! In the meantime, you can shop her exclusive collection of stretched canvas art for GreenBox Art + Culture.

  • Donna Ingemanson exhibited in IPCNY

    We are proud to announce that one of our great artists at GreenBox Art + Culture Donna Ingemanson has been chosen to display one of her monotypes at the well recognized International Print Center New York. Her print “Botanica” will be displaying in their New Prints 2012/Summer show. This New Prints show will run from May 24th - July 27th and will have an opening reception on May 31st, from 6 to 8 pm.
    IPCNY is known for its “examination and serious study of artists’ prints from the old master to the contemporary.” They have a permanent show room located in Chelsea, NY and four New Print shows every year. In order to select the prints that will be displayed in each New Prints show there is a “Selections Committee appointed by the IPCNY.”

    This is an important and exciting step into Donnas’ career and we are glad to be a part of it, since this stretched canvas art will be available to purchase with GreenBox Art + Culture in the upcoming July new products release. Stay tuned and don’t miss out on all the other great contemporary wall art that will be added to our product line!

  • Just Released! "Brave Intuitive Painting" by Flora Bowley

    The excitement never seems to stop for our talented GreenBox Art + Culture family.

    We are so excited to announce that Flora Bowley, one of our exceptional artists, has just released her first book entitled "Brave Intuitive Painting"! In this one of a kind book, Flora gives the reader a rare chance to understand and learn from her zen-like approach at creating art without boundaries or limitations.

    "Brave Intuitive Painting" was written and designed for artist's of all backgrounds, styles and experience levels. Flora's own canvas wall art exhibits a free-form style of breaking compositional rules and her book attempts to teach us "a spontaneous, bold, and fearless approach to painting as a process of discovery." 'The reader is encouraged to engage the book as a guide to enhance their own creative innovations and artistic abilities "through a variety of techniques that combine basic, practical painting principles."

    Flora shares with us that the process for writing her first book "was truly an act of love, a deep journey of the soul and one of the most challenging things I've ever done. I poured myself into this baby, and I'm so excited to share it with you now." She also explains that her book "is based on exploring the process, letting go of fear, releasing preconceived ideas of what your paintings are supposed to look like, and allowing the paintings to unfold naturally and with ease." She is definitely one calm, cool, and collected artist!

    "Brave Intuitive Painting" is available on her website Brave Intuitive You, on Amazon, and at most major retailers. Whether you're a painter, an artist, or just a fan we definitely recommend picking up a copy.

    And if the book isn't enough "Flora" for you, she has 2 signings coming up:

    • May 8th, from 7:30-9pm  Author Talk and Signing @ Powell’s Books 1005 W Burnside, Portland, OR. 97209
    • June 7th, from 6-9pm Author Talk and Signing @ Readings St. Kilda in Melbourne, Australia 112 Acland St, St Kilda, Victoria, 3182

     

     

     

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