Unique Exhibit Displayed At The Rubin Gallery In NY City

Top Quote The latest exhibit on earlier paintings from Tibet has just opened at the Rubin museum in NY City. The Rubin gallery is best called a not-for-profit museum dedicated to the art of the Himalayas. (For individuals who don't know, this gallery takes up 70,000 square feet in a space formerly a part of Barney's Department store in Nyc. The art gallery was established in October 04). End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 14, 2011 - The founders of the art gallery, Shelly and Donald Rubin, have just recently contributed $25 million into the gallery and appointed Patrick Sears as Chief Executive.

    This exhibit is additionally referred to as a "Mirror of the Buddha" and represents Indian style "shari" art where they use intricate design styles and delicate tones. These are not oil on canvas paintings, nor would you strictly call them contemporary panel paintings.

    There are lots of well-known museums and galleries to see contemporary artwork showcased. These museums are all over the country from the West coast, such as Scottsdale, Arizona and San Francisco, California, to of course the East coast like the Museum of Modern Art in NY City and also other smaller but very prestigious museums and art galleries.

    In most locations, you will notice only displays of canvas oil paintings. While in others you might see displays of all types including art forms or even video displays. The Rubin museum does not specialise in mainly canvas artwork or oil paintings but has a assortment of artsy exhibits. Their focus on Himalayan art is to inform the current day public about this ancient lifestyle rich in history and to bring the past and present together in a beautiful and artful way.

    In some cases there can be sectional oil paintings, where a picture is shown over individual panels and some of these can cover a complete wall. These type of panel artwork are preferred by more modern artists and there are many emerging who specialize in Himalayan paintings.

    Occasionally, panel paintings, is not used, and other styles of concept. An initial foray by the Rubin museum into contemporary art was completed last year when they unveiled an exhibit named "Grain of Emptiness - Buddhism inspired Contemporary Art".

    On October 22nd, they'll be also presenting an adult sleepover at the gallery and will have dream interpreters to wake the guests the next day.

    Whether your taste runs to ancient pieces of art and art forms of ideological heroes or to canvas paintings in a more sleek and modern design, I am certain all art fanatics can agree that passion for the aesthetic wavelength and an admiration for others' taste in artwork, even when it's not your own, its an significant element to diversifying the artistic community.

    This press release is authored by Art Addiction Company in Arizona. You can check out their site at http://artaddictionco.tumblr.com or give them a call at 224-595-0285.

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