VISIBLE MUSIC: PEGGY GYULAI & JEREMY SUTTON
May 7 – June 13, 2015. Live demonstration, 7:00pm on May 7.
San Francisco artists Peggy Gyulai & Jeremy Sutton will be exhibiting their works in a joint show, VISIBLE MUSIC at 1821 Gallery & Studios.
Peggy creates paintings inspired by music, drawing from rhythms, emotions, and sound. Through Peggy’s canvases, musical works from the intimidatingly abstract to the openly pictorial are given life in paint. Peggy was artist in residence at the deYoung Museum in 2013 and has collaborated with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the San Francisco Chamber Symphony among others. She will return to the deYoung as artist in residence this year.
British born, San Francisco based artist and educator Jeremy Sutton is a internationally recognized digital painting pioneer. Jazz and Blues are his musical passion and are featured prominently in his work. Clients who have commissioned his artwork or hired him for live painting include Apple, Adobe, Oracle, IBM, the Government of Monaco and the Fine Art Museum of San Francisco. He has been keynote speaker on digital painting at many conferences such as MacWorld, SIGGRAPH, and Imaging USA. Sutton was the featured live iPAD painter at the opening of the deYoung Museum’s David Hockney Bigger Exhibition in 2013 and will be the featured live iPAD artist at the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s “America Now” event this summer.
1821 Gallery & Studios is delighted that Jeremy Sutton will be doing a live demonstration at 7:00pm during the Art Hop reception May 7th. This is an event not to be missed. To find out more about these artists please visit: Peggy Gyulai.com and Jeremy Sutton.com