Stop by for our January sale!!
It's a New Year, time to refresh things with a new piece of art for your home!!
Stop by for our January sale!!
We would like to wish everyone a safe and special Thanksgiving.
We will be closed Thursday and Friday as we look forward to celebrating Thanksgiving with our Family and Friends.
We will reopen on Saturday special holiday hours 12-6 pm for Small Business Saturday. Stop in and receive 10% off any purchase of $1000 or more.
We are thankful to all of those that have supported Gallery 2014 over the years.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 7pm until 9pm "What's Up Wednesday"
Ken Brown has a couple of fun topics in mind. Will he be sketching, how about watercolor? Join us and see for yourself.
$20 includes ALL supplies and light refreshments.
Contact us at 954-505-3291 with any questions.
Join us on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 2:30pm to 5:30pm for the closing reception of a comprehensive exhibition of works by the famed Miami artist, Purvis Young (1943-2010).
Purvis Young was born in Liberty City in 1943 and grew up in what was still known in his youth as "Colored Town", now called Overtown. He grew up with few prospects for achieving anything like the "American Dream" in his lifetime. He dropped out of all-black Booker T. Washington High School after 10th grade, and by age 18 was serving four years of hard time a Raiford State Prison for burglary. Prison, however, brought him back to drawing, and when he returned to the streets of Overtown in the early 1960s he was eager to express himself through art. Purvis painted and drew constantly. His work reflected the despair and injustice of the urban and immigrant poor in Miami, as well as the larger national issues of the time - the Vietnam War, urban riots, police brutality the vast influx of refugees from all parts of the world. Despite the hard times, Purvis also reflected hope and redemption in his paintings - angels, saints, freedom horses and the promise of new life. The work is simple and sometimes even brutal, but few who see it can fail to be moved.
Purvis Young's works can be seen in more than 40 public galleries and museums, including the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the American Folk Art Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Corcoran Gallery. Several eminent art collectors, including Mera and Donald Rubell, William Arnett, Skot Foreman and others have acquired large numbers of Young's work.
Ken Brown co-founder of Gallery 2014 will present a talk about the collection and Purvis's life and times at 3:00pm.
ALL IS WELL WITH EVERYONE HERE AT GALLERY 2014, ONE WEEK AFTER HURRICANE IRMA. WE RESUMED NORMAL HOURS THIS AFTERNOON.
ALL OF US HAVE HAD OUR LIVES DISRUPTED RECENTLY. DON'T LET THE STRESS GET YOU DOWN.
HERE IS SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT~~~
Recent studies and research are proving that a trip to the Gallery or Museum can positively impact your health and well being in ways such as lovering anxiety and depression and boosting thinking skills.
TAKE A BREAK..STOP BY, VIEW THE ARTWORK, LOWER THE STRESS FACTOR!!
WE ARE OPEN NORMAL HOURS
TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY 1PM UNTIL 6PM
SATURDAY 1PM UNTIL 7PM
All good things must come to an end. Gallery 2014 Summer 2017 vacation is over.
We will be open normal hours this week. We will also extend our hours on Saturday, August 19, as it is Downtown Hollywood ArtWalk. See you soon!!
We are ready for vacation!!
Shady Eshghi will be instructing "What's Up Wednesday" on June 21.
She will continue on the "grid technique" and adding ink wash to it.
You may recall the "grid technique" is a method used to create accurate drawings from photos. Anyone with any level of skill can enjoy using this technique to create drawings and paintings with a great level of accuracy.
This technique is a "tried and true" method to create accurate drawings and is used by both skilled and amateur artists alike. Although it can't replace the skills needed to draw from observation, as workings from pictures tend to flatten out depth, nevertheless learning this technique may actually help you improve your observation skills, which in turn improve your drawings skills once you get yourself familiar with it.
Class is from 7-9pm. $20 per person. Includes ALL supplies as well a light refreshments.
Please note, this will be the last "What's Up Wednesday" until September. We will be on vacation June 25 thru August 14.
We will be closed Friday and Saturday June 9 and 10, 2017 We will reopen at 1pm on Tuesday June 13,2017.
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