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Bill Lowe Gallery

Under the ownership and direction of Bill Lowe since 1989, Bill Lowe Gallery represents artists who share powerful and eloquent visions supported by a highly advanced mastery of their media. The Lowe's stable is noted for the visceral emotional quality and the sheer physicality of its work. These qualities lend a highly theatrical flavor to the gallery's offering.

Imagistically, the gallery's scope ranges from complex, narratively-driven, figurative works to those which skew to the extremes of meditative minimalism. Thematically, the gallery's aesthetic is characterized by a metaphysical yearning articulated by process and imagery which is strongly psycho-spiritual and psycho-sexual in nature.

Bill Lowe Gallery maintains an accelerated exhibition schedule which features three one-person shows per month. Typically, the gallery will juxtapose an internationally renowned artist in its grand salon with a mid-career and emerging artist in adjoining galleries. Each show features strong elements of sculpture, painting and drawing.

Bill Lowe Gallery has gained an international reputation for its ... [ Read all ]

Atlanta

United States
Address:
75 Bennett St. #A-2 Atlanta, GA 30309
30309
Phone: 404-352-8114
Fax: 404-352-0564
Website: www.billlowegallery.com


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Artists Represented

ida applebroog
steven assael
amadea bailey
michael beauchemin
lita cabellut
denis castellas
katharina chapuis
margarita checa
dale chihuly
elaine connors
christopher cousins
elizabeth cowhig
richard currier
michael david
peter foley
gail foster
ke francis
debra fritts
nancy graves
dusty griffith
james havard
maggie hasbrouck
bernd haussmann
jonathan hertzel
thrush holmes
joost de jonge
suk ja kang-engles
leiko ikemura
gary komarin
david labbett
ethel lebenkoff
markus lupertz
john martini
joshua meyer
geoff mitchell
jennifer morgan
william morris
uttaporn nimmalaikaew
udo noger
connie noyes
john o'connell
jimmy o'neal
brett osborn
jeffrey palladini
mark perlman
lisa rankin
babs reingold
joseph riera i arago
joseph rossano
cybele rowe
andrew saftel
jim sajovic
damian sarno
gabriele schnitzenbaumer
ton schulten
carol schwartz
steve sas schwartz
steven seinberg
david shapiro
felice sharp
dominik sokolowski
kevin sonmor
donald sultan
thomas swanston
carlos torres
sabine tress
scott upton
nora van den berg
don van vliet
rimi yang


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Forthcoming Exhibitions

An Ear to the Ground: A Look at Global Shifts in Perception
Group Show featuring works by Rhett Turner, Thrush Holmes, Geoff Mitchell and Maggie Hasbrouck
Also featuring IMC and National Geographic’s Photo Camp Exhibition
Opening Reception: Friday September 14, 2007 6-9pm
On View through October 20, 2007
75 Bennett St. Space A-2
Atlanta, GA, 30309
www.billlowegallery.com
404.352.8114

Love, Loss and Longing
A Group Show featuring works by Margarita Checa, Lita Cabellut, Suk-Ja Kang-Engles and Artis Lane
Opening Reception: Friday November 16, 2007 6-9pm
On View through December 22, 2007
75 Bennett St. Space A-2
Atlanta, GA, 30309
www.billlowegallery.com
404.352.8114


Exhibition Photos (5)

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Submission Policy

Bill Lowe Gallery will review all artists slides and give a written reply within approximately six weeks of receipt of digital images/promotional material.

Please adhere to the following:

1: All submissions to be made via the mail; we do not accept walk-in submissions.
2: Include a self addressed, stamped envelope; we cannot return submissions without your return postage.
3: Send digital images or photographs; do not send original artwork.
4: Include biographical history, reviews etc.; any support material within reason.

* Please note that we do not, under any circumstances, grant in - person appointments unless images have been reviewed and found to be of interest to the gallery.


Press Links

http://www.lowegallery.com/gallery/press.php


News

JIMMY O’NEAL COMMISIONED BY COBB ENERGY PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center has commissioned Bill Lowe Gallery artist Jimmy O’Neal to create a monumental work of art as a permanent installation for its new facility. The Centre is the largest cultural or performance arts center built in the Southern United States in the past fifty years and features an auditorium seats that seats almost 3000 people in a state-of-the-art environment. The 28-foot-wide work, with the signature Jimmy O’Neal reflective surface is tentatively titled, The Nine Muses. The artist was inspired by Greek mythology as ancient Greece was the birthplace of theatre. He chose the imagery of the Nine Muses as a representation of the multi-faceted spectrum of theatre. The piece symbolically creates a stage for the viewer to become an integral participant through his reflection, animating the image while passing through the Nine Muses.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Kevin Miles
Executive Director


Opening Times

Tues-Fri 10-5:30
Saturday 11-5:30
Also by Appointment