New representation with GALLERyLABSs in Buenos Aires and New Haven, CT. What is incredible about this gallery is that it builds bridges between different cultures. Be on the lookout for more information about my upcoming solo show at oteaferia in Mexico.
Check out this new online exhibition curated by Jen Tough Director of the Jen Tough Gallery on the new artist alliance platform.
Socially Distanced: Work created in lockdown. These works were created during the Covid19 lockdown or works addressing the pandemic and surrounding issues. Artist Alliance Exhibition : https://artistalliance.space/
I wanted to create a painting that felt joyful and free. In some cultures butterflies represent #endurance, #change, #hope, and #life. What a beautiful metaphor.
I’ve been hanging back from posting on my IG account the last week.
There is collective grief that feels so tangible and live. I’ve cried, felt shame, held space for others, felt helpless, and hopeful. I have been hanging out in my own emotional soup. The empath in me wants to help and heal everyone. So, I’m starting with myself. I’ve been sitting and looking within. Honestly, some of what I see isn’t pretty. However, I will continue to grow, learn, and lead with compassion. Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” Time for us all to be that change. We are witnessing the start of something beautiful. Yes, there have been lots of ugly but we are evolving in our humanity in our unity consciousness. I’ve been to so many protests over the years for different beliefs. This feels like a true (r)evolution. equality is a right.
Guess, I should talk about this painting! I had a dream that looked similar to this painting several weeks ago. After looking up the meaning of butterflies, I found out that in some cultures butterflies represent endurance, change, hope, and life.
This painting is titled “Butterflies“, 40 x 40 inches, Acrylic Paint on Canvas. To COLLECT reach out for more details.
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We may not have access to our newly opened Hoos Family Art Gallery, but that won’t stop us from connecting together over culture in our own backyard! Pour your cup of coffee and connect with local artists from the comfort of your own home. Send your questions in advance or ask live during the 30 minute sessions. Register in advance and we’ll see you soon
Artist Information: Artist Description: Shilo Ratner is an artist and educator whose work is interpreted as geometric abstract landscape paintings. Her work explores architectural and natural landscapes using a hyper-realistic execution of stillness, through a tight complex network of lines and forms. Ratner’s award-winning paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums in the United States and Tel Aviv, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Bryant Street Gallery in Palo Alto, CA as well as Art Fairs such as Fresh Paint Tel Aviv, Israel. Her work is part of dozens of collections nationally and abroad.