Undercurrents - Flyer

Undercurrents – WOW x WOW Gallery – Annoucement

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WOW x WOW Gallery proudly presents Undercurrents. Opening on wowxwow.com at 7pm GMT on 2nd February and running until 23rd February, the exhibition will feature over 70 incredible original artworks by more than 60 super talented international artists.

Undercurrent: [noun] 1) an underlying feeling or influence. 2) a current of water below the surface and moving in a different direction from any surface current.

There are times during the creative process when inspiration arises that can push the work in a different direction or give it new context. This inspiration may be the result of our dialogue with the piece and responding to its call, or alternatively, it may arise from a more subconscious place, a part of the mind where we don’t have full conscious control, or know the motivations of it. It can be very worthwhile to allow this part of our creativity the room to guide us. There’s an almost mystical quality to the way the subconscious mind serves as a wellspring of inspiration. It’s as if a hidden treasure trove of ideas, emotions, and imagery lies beneath the surface, waiting to be exploited, unearthed and to be brought to life on the canvas or on any chosen artistic medium. So, please join us this month for a truly fabulous group exhibition, where we dive deep into the magical realms and mysterious flows of the ‘Undercurrents’.

Belem - Undercurrents - WIP
A small detail of ‘Queen of Everything Under The Moon’, Belém’s incredible contribution to ‘Undercurrents’.

As always, we’d really appreciate you spreading the word to anyone that you think might be interested in the exhibition. We’re super excited about the work we’ve received for Undercurrents, and we hope that you enjoy the show!

If you’re interested in receiving the Collector’s Preview, please email us at info(at)wowxwow(dot)com. Thank you.

Shelby Clark - Undercurrents - WIP
A progress shot of Shelby Clark’s fabulous new scupture, ‘Fell for the Ruse’.

Participating artists:

Luh Abrão | Ivardi Ahau | AJ Ainscough | Chiaki Akada | Anne Angelshaug | Rim Baudey | Martín Riveros Baxter | Belém | Daniel Bitton | Beatriz Bradaschii | Cassandra Brown | David Camisa | Nico Cathcart | Maggie Chiang | Shelby Clark | Cromeola | Fran De Anda | Levi DeMatteo | Antoine Doré | Matthew Dutton | Jonathan Espinoza-Perez | Etara | Sergio Farfán | Amber Feng | Tim Furey | kEda Gomes | Nataša Ilinčić | Richard Ingersoll | Savanna Judd | Song Kang | Cho-hyun Kim | Michelle Avery Konczyk | Vanessa Lemen | Momi Lotta | Jérémie Marié | Max Martelli | Patrick Maxcy | Kamila Mlynarczyk | Beatriz Mutelet | Andreas Nagel | Alex V Ngo | Niark1 | Marek Osedowski | Nenad Pantic | Parakid | Sarah Pinner | Dasha Pliska | Thomas Pondrelli | Angela Ramones | Carlo Alberto Rastelli | John Rego | Karen Remsen | Mx. Morgan Robles | Ronch | Chay Ruby| Rustlehare | Carxlina Salas | Kirsten Schaap| Erica Lyn Schmidt | Bronwyn Schuster | Andi Soto | Erika Taguchi | Dave Todaro | Eva Toorenent (Evaboneva) | Jess Wathen | Helice Wen | Wingchow | David Michael Wright | Natasha Zraikat

Flyer image: ‘Beneath’ by Natasha Zraikat

Dave Todaro - Undercurrents - WIP
Here’s Dave Todaro’s work in progress. ‘Dawn’ is one of two wonderful paintings he’s contributed to the show.
Ivardi Ahau - Undercurrents - WIP
Ivardi Ahau working his magic on a marvellous new painting entitled, ‘Ocelotl’.
Marek Osedowski - Undercurrents - WIP
A sneak peek at Marek Osedowski’s stunning new piece, ‘Surface Tension’.
Matthew Dutton - Undercurrents - WIP
This is ‘The Upstairs Room’ by Matthew Dutton, a tremendous new piece he created for the exhibition.
Nenad Pantic - Undercurrents - WIP
A close up of Nenad Pantic’s fantastic progress on his latest piece, ‘The Avian Fae Gathering’.
Erica Lyn Schmidt - Undercurrents - WIP
A progress shot of the superb sculpture Erica Lyn Schmidt has created for ‘Undercurrents’.
Bronwyn Schuster - Undercurrents - WIP
Here’s a peek at Bronwyn Schuster’s magnificent new piece ‘The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea’.