The current trend is all about collecting a variety of art. With such an array of contemporary artists working in the current market you can be liberal in your choices and purchase art that really connects with you.
KAB Gallery is helping you do just that – for the entire month of August we will be exhibiting a hot new contemporary artist each week! Below is a sneak-peak introduction of two Contempo at KAB artists.
Lauren Sansaricq (b. 1990) grew up in Columbia County, New York, where from an early age she was exposed to both the beauties of the Hudson Valley and a traditional approach to landscape painting. Her recent painting trip to Australia will be exclusively exhibited at KAB Gallery. Each painting was created on location in the outdoors on a portable easel.
“…I had the opportunity to visit Australia with my sister on business, and simply fell in love with the incredible Beaches and also had the opportunity to see the amazing Blue Mountains. The Rocks , Surf, and mountains are one of a kind in Australia! “
As a child Kelly-Anne Love lived an enriching nomadic life, blessed to be able to have experienced India, Nepal, Los Angeles, England and many of the countries of Europe. All the while, amid the world’s many animals, cultures and environments, her creativity was being lovingly nurtured.
You may recognise her unique style as seen on the iconic Redheads matchboxes – Kelly-Anne famously recreated the iconic Redhead matchbox labels for which she was awarded the Redhead People’s Choice award to have her design featured on matchboxes sold through the country. Kelly-Anne’s consistent success as an emerging artist and passion for her art has seen her receive awards, commissions for album covers and boutique beverage labels, along with features in many art magazines, news articles and television shows.
“…being part of Redhead Matchbox history has given me endless inspiration and motivation throughout my career in good times and low. I remember seeing it for the first time. I was shopping in Cole’s with my kids and seeing it on the shelf was a truly unique and surreal experience. I was filled with joy…”