Friday, May 11, 2012

Williams McCall Gallery Showcases Array of Exceptional Art

Beautiful and original works of art are taking over the newest hot spot on Miami Beach, The Williams McCall Gallery, as the only fine art gallery on South of Fifth, South Beach. Media and guests were invited to attend an exclusive private viewing and champagne reception on Wednesday, May 2nd from 7 to 9pm, produced by Star Services. The focal point of the event was original works from ten of the most unique contemporary artists from South Florida and around the globe. Works of art were on display by artists such as: Joan Cobb Marsh, Ernie Bynum, Madeliene Abling, John Dowd, Enrique Flores-Galbis, Takahiro Maruno, Mike Wright, Marty Ittner, David Evans, and Larry Johnson.
The list of talented artists included: printmaker Takahiro Maruno’s abstract etchings of early years in suburban Tokyo; Mike Wright’s constructive assemblages from found objects; Marty
Ittner’s collages of layered wax and paper with fragments of ephemera; National Geographic photographer David Evans’ landscapes of hidden beauty; and sports artist and illustrator Larry Johnson’s representational oil paintings.

The private viewing took place at the Williams McCall Gallery located at 110 Washington Avenue, CU-3 on Miami Beach, Florida, 33139. Invited guests were a blend of residents from the neighboring high rise condominiums such as Continuum North and South, Icon, Apogee, Portofino, Murano Grande and Murano at Portofino, who enjoyed champagne by Piper Heidsieck and hors d’oeuvres by Red The Steakhouse, while taking in the artwork.
The Williams McCall Gallery opened its doors with an official grand opening back in February. The opening is a dream for Williams, who has combined her Wharton and Harvard education and three-decade long business savvy with her passion and friendships in the art world. Williams’ goal and that of her gallery is to place artists’ work in a wide range of public and private collections.


1 comment:

Stella said...

Love the photos!