Cerbera Gallery announces: ART CARE PACKAGE | … READ MORE
ART CARE PACKAGE
What is the ART CARE PACKAGE?
The ART CARE PACKAGE is designed to support local visual artists in these difficult times. Cerbera Gallery has partnered with emerging, mid-career and established artists to carefully curate a subscription-based care package containing four small artworks that will be shipped (or hand-delivered) to the patron (YOU!).
How does it work?
We are currently offering 6 x SUBSCRIPTIONS, so hurry before they are sold out! Every subscriber will receive one ART CARE PACKAGE containing works from 4 different artists in various mediums for the coming 2 months. Drawings, paintings, mixed Media pieces and ceramics will be UNIQUE while photographs and prints will be LIMITED EDITIONS OF 15. All pieces will be hand-signed by the artist (or will be accompanied by a COA) and have a maximum unframed size of 8×10 inches. All works will come framed and ready to hang unless they are ceramics or sculptural works.
Let’s get down to the NITTY-GRITTY:
– You will receive 4 (four) artworks from 4 (four) different artists every month
– Mediums include: Painting, Drawing, Photography, Ceramics, Prints and Mixed Media
– Max size: 8 x 10 inches | Min size: 4 x 6 inches for 2D pieces
– Max size: 7 x 7 x 3 inches | Min size: 2 x 2.5 x 1.5 for ceramics and sculptural works
– All 2D works will come framed and/or ready to hang
– All pieces will be hand-signed and/or come with a Certificate of Authenticity
– Each piece will have a minimum retail value of $75 and a maximum retail value of $200
– Subscriptions starting at $199 per month (shipping or hand-delivery included)
… my friends, you will save at least $100 compared to retail… best case…$600… AND you will be SUPPORTING wonderful artists who really need YOUR PATRONAGE right now and in the coming months! But it gets even BETTER…
Cerbera Gallery will DONATE ALL PROCEEDS (minus shipping costs) of its share to the KANSAS CITY ARTISTS COALITION (KCAC), which is a non-profit, artist-centered, artist-run alternative space, supporting artists at every level in their career through exhibitions, continuing education and artist studios for the past 40 years.
Until the end of this week we will offer a BUY NOW option, which is NOT attached to a subscription. You will receive ONE ART PACKAGE ONLY (shipping included, no strings attached)
*(available ONLY in the lower 48 States, not available in Alaska, Hawaii or outside the United States, billing stops automatically after the second/third billing cycle – no need to cancel – returns or exchanges not allowed)
**(available ONLY in the lower 48 States, not available in Alaska, Hawaii or outside the United States – returns or exchanges not allowed)
We will be announcing soon which artists are going to be featured in our SECOND ART CARE PACKAGE.
Read on and find out who was included in the first ART CARE PACKAGE:
LAURA NUGENT (Painting):
“When asked to characterize my paintings, I describe the non-representational works as colliding blocks of color made orderly over time.
Painting is my vocation and lifelong pursuit. I began my formal training as a teen, graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art (now MICA) with a BFA in painting and have lived and worked as an artist all over the United States. I make my studio these days in Kansas City and travel widely to exhibit my work.”
Subscribers will receive a piece from Laura’s small works series. Please keep in mind that this is a representative image. All 15 available pieces only share the same size (and frame) but will vary in color, pattern, brush and line work. Each piece is unique and has a retail value of $200.
ANGIE JENNINGS (Photography):
Angie has been doing photographic work for over 30 years. Her images can depict stories in a single image or a series of images. Her main focus is on street documentary and portrait photography. Currently, she has been exploring the abstract with the Avantgarde artists of the 40s as her inspiration. She has exhibited extensively within Kansas City but also around the US and China.
Subscribers will receive one custom-made pigment print on archival paper and framed. Each piece has a retail value of $150.
Melanie is a ceramic artist, born in Germany and now residing and working in Kansas City, Missouri. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in ceramics from the Kansas City Art Institute. Her background is in graphic design, where she developed an eye for pattern and decoration. In her ceramics she combines her love for ornamentation and her fascination with the history of ceramics, referencing 18th-century European porcelain.
Subscribers will receive one Sake Cup | Shot Glass. Please keep in mind that this is a representative image. All 15 available pieces only share the same size, but will vary in color, pattern, and decal work. Each piece is unique and has a retail value of $95.
“As an Abstract painter, I want to push the boundaries. Expand what I think I know while trusting my inner voice. I’m drawn to light, color, line and form to awaken the senses and capture the imagination – I absolutely love when someone looks at my work and makes inquiring expressions, – a smile or a raised eyebrow – making an interpretation for themselves. My aim is to capture a sense of place, a moment of time, or a feeling – to evoke a sense of wonder….”
Subscribers will receive a piece from Katherine’s small abstract series. Please keep in mind that this is a representative image. All 15 available pieces only share the same size, but will vary slightly in color, pattern, brush and line work. Each piece is unique and has a retail value of $100.
Title : Small Abstract #1
Materials : Acrylic, mixed media on board
Date : 2020
Dimensions : 5 x 7 in.This is how one of last month’s ART CARE PACKAGES looked like!Please call
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and hurry, because these subscriptions will sell out fast.
Cerbera Gallery Team:
Kennedy Nicole B.
Lili Komondor (gallery dog, woof!)
A Friendly Note from Lili Komondor:
“Phil usually shares our gallery news on Cerbera’s official Facebook page. As many of you know, we are closed to the public at the moment. Is that a bad thing? I don’t think so! Phil is spending so much time at home WITH ME now, which is awesome. I love his feet rubbing my belly… yeah…I love chilling under his desk”