Monday, 18 September 2006 15:20

Tabla Rasa Gallery Exhibits " Music to My Eyes "

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BROOKLYN, NY - Tabla Rasa Gallery is pleased to present "Music to My Eyes," visual artwork inspired by or related to music.  The paintings, sculptures drawings, photographs and installation art will make your heart sing and your imagination soar!

The gallery is located at 224 48th street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues in SPArC (Sunset Park Artists' Community).

Tabla Rasa Gallery exhibition is open to the public from September 28, 2006, through Sunday, November 19, 2006.  There will be a “Meet the Artists” reception on Thursday, September 28, 2006, from 5:30 - 8:00 pm, and artist presentations on selected Saturdays.  The gallery will be open on one Sunday, November 19, for a film showing of the award-winning filmmaker, Tony DeNonno, and for the closing celebration .

About the Artists

Onyedika Chuke, an iconoclastic emerging talent, presents a compelling interpretation of Miles Davis.  He combines an original use of materials, giving texture and dimension to the painted surface.  Cui Fei creates her own universal language from twigs and natural elements, forming lyrical compositions in her installations and Xerox transfers.  Between 1970 and 1993 award-winning Filmmaker and TV producer-writer-director Tony De Nonno worked as a freelance photographer capturing some of the greatest stars of the 20th Century both behind the scenes and in performance.  With early pictures of Tina Turner, Eric Clapton, Frank Zappa, Bette Midler, Carly Simon and David Bowie, De Nonno's one of a kind photographs have not been available for public viewing… untill now.

John Jerard combines his skills as an artist, interior, theatrical, movie, scenic and prop designer and fabricator with his artistic vision, in the presentation of his unique dimensional work.  Opera lovers will relish the stunning works of Winnie Klotz, official photographer for the Metropolitan Opera for 27 years.  After beginning her career as a dancer on Broadway, and at New York's legendary Latin Quarter, her combined love of opera and performance brought her to "The Met."  There she captured the drama, genius and passion of this exhilarating art form.

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