FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Las Vegas, Nevada, June 30, 2019
Priscilla Fowler Fine Art presents
Ken Farkash's Lopsided Pop and
Priscilla Fowler's More Visceral Blooms
(Mixed Media Works)
July 5 – August 31, 2019
OPENING RECEPTION, with artists present: First Friday July 5th, 5-11pm
(CLOSED JULY 4)
CLOSING RECEPTION, with artists present: August 29th, 5-7pm
Gallery hours: Tuesday – Thursday 12 – 6pm; Friday and Saturday 11 – 8pm; Sunday 11 – 6pm
Priscilla Fowler Fine Art LLC
1300 S. Main St. #110
(Las Vegas Arts District)
Las Vegas, NY 89104
Priscilla Fowler Fine Art Gallery is pleased to present two concurrent solo exhibits of the mixed-media work of Ken Farkash and Priscilla Fowler. Opening First Friday July 5th and continuing through August 31st. Bright colors and natural forms occur in both these artists' works. Ken and Priscilla hope that viewers will enjoy the "conversation" between their respective works as much as they have while preparing and curating this exhibit.
Priscilla Fowler is a mixed-media artist whose abstract 2D, bas-relief, and assemblage work strongly evokes natural forms. Priscilla has shown in and near Las Vegas, Nevada; Denver, Colorado; and nationally, in solo, juried, and group shows. Prior to moving to Las Vegas in 2016, Priscilla's exhibits included a solo show at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and two-artist shows at the Lincoln Center Gallery in Fort Collins, CO; The Dairy Art Center in Boulder, CO; and Mai Wyn Fine Art Gallery in Denver. She has been a member of Pirate Contemporary Art Gallery and Sliding Door Gallery in Denver.
Priscilla Fowler holds a BFA, Summa Cum Laude, 2001, from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (near Pittsburgh). She lived, worked, and exhibited in Denver and along the Front Range for 15 years and in 2016 moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where she continues her art practice and also owns and runs Priscilla Fowler Fine Art, a contemporary art gallery. Prior to becoming an artist, she worked for 30 years in the software business, most recently at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute, a think tank on software innovation and diffusion located in Pittsburgh, PA.