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  • Art Mums United

    LOVE IN LIGHT

    19 Jul 2022 – 02 Aug 2022

    ART MUMS UNITED is proud to present LOVE IN LIGHT a solo exhibit by NICKI AULT ABOUT THE SHOW I scoured through files of my recent work to compile an exhibition of paintings that glow with love, light, and beautiful energy. It’s a show curated in memory of my sweet mom, who left this earthly world in December 2021. Her passing is the deepest, most profound loss of my life. During mom’s brief illness, I set up a studio in my parents’ living room so I would be available to help and so mom could watch me paint as she rested on the couch. She watched several of the pieces in this exhibition come to fruition and offered input as they were in progress. We had fun. She had a good eye! My family used one of the paintings as the backdrop image on the memorial card at her funeral. Thinking of mom is comforting but also hurts immensely. The thought of her can bring a smile from ear to ear while simultaneously bringing the biggest pool of tears to the eyes. I am a mother. I see the role in a new light these days. I feel overjoyed with the thought that perhaps I am providing my boys with even a fraction of the love that my mom gave me and my sisters. I am also heartbroken to think that this also means they can’t help but experience this crushing sadness. My paintings have always been an ode to the beauty of the natural world and to the connections people have to the landscape. I like to think that when I go out to search for new scenes to paint, I will find my mom in the sunlight, in the breeze and in the shape of the clouds. ARTIST BIO Canadian artist Nicki Ault has always loved art, but only began to pursue it professionally when her youngest son started Grade One in 2010. Over the next seven years she gradually found more and more time to paint and kept herself accountable by posting to her art blog, “Nicki Ault: Me, Myself and Who Am I?” In March 2011 Nicki’s mixed media piece “In My Aura” was accepted into a show in Ayr, Ontario featuring 100 paintings by 100 female artists from around the world in celebration of the centenary of International Women’s Day. Although she considers herself to be a landscape painter, that particular piece was based around a self-portrait. In 2017, with two galleries asking for her work, she was finally able to commit to a fulltime studio practice. An article was written about Nicki’s work in Galleries West magazine in 2019 and in 2020 she was named a SaskGalleries “Artist to Watch”. Nicki considers herself to be a lifelong student of art, always determined to learn and grow in order to keep moving forward. Although she is largely self-taught, Nicki has taken art classes with talented instructors including Craig Berry, Gord MacDonald and Doug Swinton. She recently began a solo studio practice after working in collectives for the past 11 years. Nicki is represented by galleries in Regina (SK), Calgary (AB) and Winnipeg (MB) and shows her work during the summer season in Waskesiu, Prince Albert National Park. Her paintings can be found in corporate collections in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec as well as private collections internationally. Nicki lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada with her husband and two sons. Website: www.nickiault.com IG: @nicki.ault.studio

  • Art Mums United

    STRONGER TOGETHER

    11 Jul 2022 – 12 Sep 2022

    ART MUMS UNITED is proud to present a group exhibit STRONGER TOGETHER featuring Art Mums United Directory Artists TIFFANY HENG HUI LEE (HOUSTON, TX / UNITED STATES) NIKKI BRAUN (GRANDE POINTE, MB / CANADA) PETRA SCHOTT (FRANKFURT / GERMANY) KAT FURTADO (SAN DIEGO, CA / UNITED STATES) VALENTINE SVIHALEK (BRNO / CZECH REPUBLIC) SHUSHANIK KARAPETYAN (NEW YORK CITY, NY / UNITED STATES) ALEKSANDRA DEDIC (NIS / SERBIA) JENNIFER DEPPE PARKER (NY / UNITED STATES) JAYN ANDERSON (GREENSBORO, NC / UNITED STATES) KRISTY OKKONEN (BANSKO / BULGARIA) SHARON BECKER (WESTPORT, CT / UNITED STATES) HOLLY ROMANO (DUBLIN, OH / UNITED STATES) ROBERTA HOINESS (SASKATOON, SK / CANADA) GENA DESTRI KEFFER (KYLE, TX / UNITED STATES) COLLEEN ROSE (RED ROCK, ON / CANADA) MICHAELA JEAN (SAN DIEGO, CA / UNITED STATES) LAURA HANGANU (BRNO / CZECH REPUBLIC) JACQUELINE DIESING (CHICAGO, IL / UNITED STATES) MARGOT DERMODY (PITTSBURGH, PA / UNITED STATES) AOMI KIKUCHI (KYOTO / JAPAN) MICHELLE LEE RIGELL (ST. LOUIS, MO / UNITED STATES) NINO KHUNDADZE (TBILISI / GEORGIA) LIZE KRÜGER (HORSHAM / UNITED KINGDOM) CEILI SEIPKE (SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT / UNITED STATES) KATRINA NISWANDER (TOLEDO, OH / UNITED STATES) ELLEN HOLLEMAN (ZALTBOMMEL / NETHERLANDS) RACHEL LE ROUX (MANILA / PHILIPPINES) PAULINA PATRICIA VARGAS SANTOS DE REE (OSLO / NORWAY) ELISE MENDELLE (LONDON / UNITED KINGDOM) LEILA ANGELINA FREIBURG (DÜSSELDORF / GERMANY) MARTINA PETROVICOVA (BRNO / CZECH REPUBLIC) RENATA FRANZKY (MUNICH / GERMANY) AMANDA KATES (WASHINGTON, D.C. / UNITED STATES) SOFIYA NIKOLOVA (UNITED KINGDOM) JOANNA PILARCZYK (LONDON / UNITED KINGDOM) VALERIE MILO (AUSTIN, TX / UNITED STATES) Do not hesitate to contact Art Mums United / artmumsunited@gmail.com or the artists directly to inquire about available works.

  • Art Mums United

    THE SUN STILL SHINING ON ME

    19 Jul 2022 – 02 Aug 2022

    ART MUMS UNITED is proud to present THE SUN STILL SHINING ON ME a solo exhibit by LESLIE ANNE ABOUT THE SHOW This body of work is a deep dive into my internal process of self-rediscovery. There are themes of personal power, self-love, sexuality, faith in oneself, and faith in a benevolent higher power. Glitter and gold are prominent elements of the art. Not only am I attracted to the look of gold and the way that it reflects light, but it gives a sense of importance and opulence that I really enjoy, especially with reference to Black hair. I initially intended for this show to center the story of my recent divorce, but I realized that would be focusing on the wrong thing. The real story is of resilience and faith. It’s also a love story to myself. I titled the show “The Sun Still Shining on Me” because despite the challenges I’ve faced…I’m still here. Still creating. Still loving. Still optimistic about life. And every day when I wake up and see the sun, I get another chance to create the life I’ve dreamed of. The 17 pieces that were chosen for this exhibition are meant to convey different parts of my journey. Much love. ARTIST BIO Leslie Anne is a contemporary artist based in Atlanta, Georgia by way of East St. Louis, Illinois. Leslie would describe her work as emotionally expressive, colorful, conceptual, and Afrofuturistic. Her art is inspired by prominent themes in her own life, like motherhood, race, relationships, gender, and personal expression. She uses bold contrasting elements to create interesting mixed media works; usually featuring bold colors, glitter, and visions of the sky like clouds and stars. By looking at the art, her hope is that you will find more of yourself. By looking at the art, her hope is that you will find a sense of interconnectedness with all. And ultimately explore more of yourself. Leslie's preferred mediums are painting with acrylic and oil paint, digital collage, illustration, and photography. She specializes in contemporary portraiture. Additional themes include spirituality, symbols, and nature. Leslie's work has been featured in exhibitions and publications around the world. When she is not creating art, she is most likely studying clinical psychology, listening to music, or enjoying the company of her awesome kids Langston and Josephine. ARTIST STATEMENT Making art is like opening a portal and letting pure creation manifest. I am intentional about centering Black people and women in my pieces as a way to celebrate our culture and beauty with nuance. I want to show Black subjects as inherently valuable and worthy of being admired, which is often why my work incorporates crowns and gold elements. My art is as much about the process as it is the physical piece, as creating art opens the space for me to explore myself. I create self portraits as a way to honor my feelings and memorialize that specific time in my life. I'm inspired by the beauty and personal expression of Black people. My references are often individuals from my own life or intriguing images of Black subjects that inspire me in some way. My intention is to give the subject honor, express emotion, and showcase their humanity. In addition to painting, I create collage style digital artwork, incorporating photography, color, glitter, and lots of layers. Website: www.lovela.biz IG: @myleslieanne

  • Art Mums United

    JOURNEY

    16 Aug 2022 – 30 Aug 2022

    Art Mums United is proud to present JOURNEY a solo exhibit by RINA KANG "Discovering the essence of oneself whilst embracing life with an open-heart. Each painting is a spontaneous unfolding to be experienced personally." ARTIST BIO As a child, fascinated by colour, I found it comforting to express my emotions through painting (unaware at the time). At school I was taught Art where I used my mind and continued with it as part of my Fashion and Textiles course. Over a decade later, I reconnected with Art in a completely different way - mindlessly (intuitively). It was during a period of darkness, through which a yearning for self-discovery began. Immersing in nature, meditation, travelling, spending time with animals and babies were, and still are some ways in which my being is nourished. ARTIST STATEMENT Each painting is a spontaneous unfolding of creative expression from the heart and in response to soul-calling - unbound and free (no ideas, plans and not limited to a particular style, technique, medium or colour palette). Guided by the compass of being: speaking in colour, texture and movement - what cannot be expressed by saying. I hope my art can be felt beyond the painting, as a deeper recognition of SELF (our true nature) - the pure light of love, joy and peace within all. By grace, this gift was given and to share it with the world is a blessing that I am deeply grateful for. Website: www.rinakangart.com IG: @rina.kang.art

  • Art Mums United

    A QUIET SPACE

    16 Aug 2022 – 30 Aug 2022

    Art Mums United is proud to present A QUIET SPACE a solo exhibit by JOANNA PILARCZYK RADECKA ARTIST BIO Joanna is a London-based contemporary figurative painter and art educator. Born in Poland, Pilarczyk studied at the Art University in Zielona Gora. She holds MA degree in Visual Arts and Art Education. After moving to London over a decade ago, Joanna fell in love with the city immediately. Amazed and entranced by diverse cultures and the vibrant energy, Joanna began to paint oil portraits of new acquaintances and friends within the artist community of North London. In her recent vibrant paintings, a contrast to her earlier work, she focusses on self-portraits, intimacy, femininity, self-awareness and relationship with her partner and nature. She says 'In my colourfully decorated flat filled with plants, and isolated from family and friends, my surroundings and my partner became my only world, more intensely experienced and observed than ever before.' Pilarczyk is a finalist of Women United Art Prize 2021. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, recently she presented her paintings from ‘My Paradise’ series during her first solo exhibition at Oink Gallery based in Swindon. She also took part in both Spring and Summer editions of the Other Art Fair in London. Her paintings from the ‘Intimate Times’ series are currently exhibited at 33 Contemporary Gallery in Chicago and Mixx Atelier Gallery in Telluride, Colorado. She also exhibited this year at 'Memories in Hindsight' group show at J/M Gallery, Notting Hill in London. The artist is now working towards StArt Art Fair which will have place at Saatchi Gallery in London from 12th October. Her paintings have been featured in various global art exhibitions and contemporary art publications including: Create! Magazine, All She Makes, Art Seen,The Huts, New Visionary and the Baite Magazine. ARTIST STATEMENT My vivid paintings celebrate and explore the subject of femininity, intimacy, love and relationship with other person and nature. As a figurative painter I take my inspiration from people often focusing on female figure resting in the vibrant, colourful dream-like garden, somewhere between imagined and reality. Colour is the main reason why I am drawn to art. It's my emotional response and toll to showcase a specific atmosphere in my paintings. Born in Poland in 1980, time of the greatest economic crisis in my country, I remember days when everything seemed to be grey and life of my family was difficult for many years. Creativity was a form of my personal escape from monotony of my surroundings. First breaks of Western culture appearing in TV had started my fascination by Hollywood movies and vibrancy of 'idillic' unknown world. These observed only in VHS movies, vibrant and exciting places were a big influence in my art making till these days. Characteristic neon colours, beautiful flowers and plants, sunlight reflecting on the resting bodies and the atmosphere of serenity began to dominate my canvas since breakdown of Pandemic. In the recent series 'My Paradise' I explore subject of leisure, self-awareness, ease, and meditation. In my new paintings I also convey a stillness. It’s what I am really striving for in my recent artworks. A moment where the subjects are simply being, and free of responsibility. However this sits in contrast to the vibrant energetic colours. I want the view to be drawn in by the often dynamic compositions, the lure of the colours, and then notice the stillness set within that. My paintings serve me as a protective barrier from gloom and escalating cruelty in the world. I explore finding balance and peace within everyday life. WEBSITE: www.joannapilarczyk.com IG: @joannapilarczyk

    latest works

    • JOANNA PILARCZYK RADECKA

      A QUIET SPACE, 2022
      50 x 60 cm (h x w)
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Woman With Flowers, 2021
      100 x 100 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Lazy Weekend, 2021
      100 x 100 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Family, 2021
      100 x 100 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Under The Blue Sky, 2022
      100 x 100 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Summer, 2021
      100 x 100 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Someday Afternoon, 2022
      100 x 120 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Morning Coffee, 2022
      76 x 76 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Lilies, 2022
      50 x 50 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      In The Shadow, 2022
      86 x 86 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Hot Pink, 2022
      76 x 76 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Daydreaming, 2022
      76 x 76 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Crane Flower, 2022
      50 x 50 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Brilliant Green, 2022
      76 x 76 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Blue Velvet, 2022
      100 x 100 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Birds Of Paradise, 2022
      80 x 80 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint on canvas
    • Joanna Pilarczyk Radecka

      Lovers, 2021
      100 x 100 cm (h x w)
      Oil, acrylic, spray paint, gold leaf on canvas
    • RINA KANG

      JOURNEY, 2022
      50 x 60 cm (h x w)
    • Rina Kang

      Balance, 2022
      11 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Acrylic on paper
    • Rina Kang

      Seeker Of Magic, 2022
      11 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Acrylic on paper