We’re looking forward to this Saturday (March 31 from 5-9 p.m.) when Anderson ART Collective presents “Lived-In,” a new concept pop-up show presenting a collection of new work by artist/designer couple Sean Anderson and Kimie Rosenthal.
The opening offers an opportunity to meet both artists, explore their space and enjoy an evening of live music and drinks.
The show transform the space from a “white cube” gallery-type setting into a warm lived-in boutique-like space, where the artists will be “living” in the gallery through April 15, during gallery hours, Friday through Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
“We want to create a space that reflects our aesthetics, both artistically and practically and encourage gallery goers to come and experience a day in the life of what we do and how we do it,” say Anderson and Rosenthal.
Sean Anderson’s paintings speak to the importance and beauty in the basics of everyday life, depicting simple structures and natural environments painted with a vibrant palette borrowed from modern commercialism. His paintings and sculpture have been exhibited at the Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard as well as Sullivan Goss Gallery. A solo exhibition of his work can also be seen at Firehouse30 Gallery in Walla Walla, Washington in May of this year.
Designer, Kimie Rosenthal, owner/creator and stylist of The October Union promotes recycle-conscious fashion with an emphasis on unique style that is inherent in everyone. In addition to vintage and pre-loved clothing, The October Union also produces 100% natural handmade perfumes, bath and beauty products through their line Alkimie, and a select collection of products will be available at the show.
Anderson ART Collective is located at 410 Palm Avenue, Unit A2, in Carpinteria. The gallery is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from noon until 5 p.m. or by appointment. The gallery features contemporary artwork and is a platform to promote the arts, to protect the environment and to support human rights.For more information please visit www.andersonARTcollective.com or call 805/684-8783.