Coming back to open my solo, Bovey Lee: Water Has A Memory, in Palm Beach not long ago. The opening was very well attended. I love how subtle and elegant the color scheme we use for the show. Thanks to Sarah Gavlak who is director and owner of Gavlak. When I first exhibited cut paper, I chose a tone on tone presentation and it gave a very quiet and airy feel to a show. This current solo recreates that same impression. Below are several gallery shots that I want to share with you:
It’s only a week away from the opening of my first solo exhibition with Gavlak Gallery that represents my work in Palm Beach, Florida. The water motif is in majority of the cut paper pieces in the show. That’s why it is titled Water Has a Memory.
Bovey Lee: Water Has a Memory opens on Easter Friday, March 29 and the exhibition is thru May 11. I will be showing both recent and new works, including “Falling Water I–V (after Pat Steir)” that are in the image below. New works include “Palm Tree Snowflakes,” “Painting Coral,” “Sawing Waves,” and “Trimming Feathers.” Visit boveylee.com to see these and more images.
I came back from New York last week to attend the Armory Show and Scope. I had works in both art fairs. In The Armory Show, Gavlak Gallery that represents me in Palm Beach, Florida chose “Rolling Roses.” At Scope, Grotto Fine Art showed “Wingtip Voyage,” “Dragging Cows Up a Tree,” and “Wash, Cut, Dry.”
Several blogs selected my works as one of their best picks:
It is my pleasure to share with you today San Francisco Examiner’s Review of Bovey Lee: Conundrums. I hope you enjoy reading it. If you have not seen the show yet, it is on view thru March 16 at Rena Bransten Gallery in San Francisco or you can tour it online here.
Opened my solo Bovey Lee: Conundrums on January 17. Beautifully curated and displayed at Rena Bransten Gallery in San Francisco. Here are some gallery shots.
The moment is finally near. Bovey Lee: Conundrums opens two days from now at Rena Bransten in San Francisco. This is my first solo exhibition as a gallery artist with Rena Bransten. I will be showing eight new cut paper from 2012 and selected pieces from earlier works. If you are in or near the Bay Area, I hope you get a chance to see it.
The new year begins with a big bang! There are several upcoming exhibitions and art fairs to come and all before the first half of 2013.
You can see my works at these locations:
January 17-March 9, Bovey Lee: Conundrums, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
February 21-July 14, Paper Unbound: Horiuchi and Beyond, Wing Luke Museum, Seattle
March 6-10, Scope, New York
March 30-May 11, Bovey Lee: Cut Paper (TBA), Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach
May 23-26, Art Basel, Exhibition and Convention Center, Hong Kong