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Gallery I
May 24 – June 18, 2022

Kyra Belan
Love Mother Earth: Installation

Pachamama, Painting on canvas, 45 x 34″

Kyra Belan

Kyra Belan’s art is about the celebration of Mother Earth, the beauty of nature, and the preservation of our planet. It is her hope that people who view her artworks get inspired to support the planet by becoming more caring and protective of the environment and the many creatures that inhabit this beautiful blue world. 

Belan believes that by preserving our environment we enable our planet to continue her existence and evolve together with the multiplicity of biological forms that inhabit the surface as well as the oceans. The possibilities are there to continue to perfect our relationship with our Mother Creator, as well as maintain a peaceful and respectful coexistence with all those living on the surface as well as beneath the oceans.

Ceres Gallery is proud to present  Love Mother Earthwhich consists of unstretched acrylic-on-canvas paintings the artist has imbued with her extraordinary clarity of purpose and color sense.


Gallery I
May 24 – June 18, 2022

Minako Ito
My Favorite II

Reception Thursday, May 26, 6 – 8pm
Artist will be in the gallery every Saturday afternoon

Waterfall in Town, 9 1/2 x 14 1/2, lithograph, 2021

Ceres Gallery is pleased to present My Favorite II, an exhibition of colorful printmaking lithographs by Minako Ito on view May 24 – June 18. She is a skilled artist with a delightfully compelling view of life.  Her charming lithographs are invitations to share Ito’s abundant pleasure in the daily scenes and commonplace objects that make up her real and imaginary life. 

My Favorite II will include 25 lithographs. In her private rooms and urban places the figure is rarely seen, yet the human touch is evident everywhere.  She captures lively essence of town, landscape and daily scenes with her keen observation.  She brings us to her precise point of view.  By sharing these lively and cheerful images of her New York City, her current neighborhood Tokyo and visited city Paris, she  transforms the viewer from a wary passerby into a welcomed friend.  Her gracious spirit is exactly what is needed at this time.

Ito has studied art in Tokyo and New York City, is currently living and working in Tokyo. Her work is represented in many private collections and is included in the collections of the New York Public Library. She appeared in many group shows in New York City, Seoul, Tokyo and Yokohama. 


Ceres Gallery is following all COVID19 requirements.
Masks are required at all times.

Hours: 12 noon to 6pm Tuesday-Saturday


Upcoming
June 21 – July 16, 2022

Raising Women’s Voices: A New Day
A group exhibit of gallery artists

Oro no es/ Gold, is it not?
Micaela de Vivero