Traces of Reality

“You must always start with something. Afterward you can remove all traces of reality.” – Pablo Picasso

NOMA Gallery invited six abstract artists from across the United States to bring Ocala an amazing Abstract Show, and they delivered.

“Traces of Reality” features three local abstract artists and three from across the United States. Cindy Vener of the Villages, Carlynne Hershberger of Ocala, and Moises Brador of Ocala are joined by Robin Pedrero of Dallas, TX, Robert Frankel of Chicago, IL and Javier Laredo of Miami, FL.

About the Show:

While each artist has a unique perspective and style, NOMA Co-Gallery Directors Mel Fiorentino and Diane Cahal have curated “Traces of Reality” so that one piece elegantly flows to the next, bringing joy and delight to the eye.

“Abstract art has helped us to experience the emotional power inherent in pure form.” – Anton Ehrenzweig

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Summer in the Sun

We asked artists, “What Does Summer in the Sun Mean to You?” Beaches, gardens, picnics, popsicles, travels, children… a summer romance?” They brought their “A” Game to this Prize Winning Show! Be sure to stop in to experience the joy of Summer in the Sun, Thursdays – Saturdays, 12 – 6 pm or message us to make an appointment. You can also shop the show online! 

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Celestial Symbiosis

The “Celestial Symbiosis” exhibit is a collection of work which fuses the black and white photographic style of Ralph Demilio with the otherworldly vision of Mel Fiorentino’s oil paintings. This collection embodies our deep connection to the universe and our allure with the cosmos. We are pleased to have a musical performance by harpist Tasha Robinson, the Principal Harpist with the Ocala Symphony Orchestra. Come celebrate the openingSaturday, April 17th 2021 from 5-7pm Cosmic cocktails and galactic goodies will provided. 

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D’Alessandris Art

Award-winning Ocala, Florida, artist, David D’Alessandris is known for for his commitment to sustainable art. David’s use of recycled materials, found-objects and non-traditional surfaces has gained local and regional recognitions.

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Traces of Reality

“You must always start with something. Afterward you can remove all traces of reality.” – Pablo Picasso

NOMA Gallery invited six abstract artists from across the United States to bring Ocala an amazing Abstract Show, and they delivered.

“Traces of Reality” features three local abstract artists and three from across the United States. Cindy Vener of the Villages, Carlynne Hershberger of Ocala, and Moises Brador of Ocala are joined by Robin Pedrero of Dallas, TX, Robert Frankel of Chicago, IL and Javier Laredo of Miami, FL.

About the Show:

While each artist has a unique perspective and style, NOMA Co-Gallery Directors Mel Fiorentino and Diane Cahal have curated “Traces of Reality” so that one piece elegantly flows to the next, bringing joy and delight to the eye.

“Abstract art has helped us to experience the emotional power inherent in pure form.” – Anton Ehrenzweig

LEARN MORE

Summer in the Sun

We asked artists, “What Does Summer in the Sun Mean to You?” Beaches, gardens, picnics, popsicles, travels, children… a summer romance?” They brought their “A” Game to this Prize Winning Show! Be sure to stop in to experience the joy of Summer in the Sun, Thursdays – Saturdays, 12 – 6 pm or message us to make an appointment. You can also shop the show online! 

LEARN MORE

Celestial Symbiosis

The “Celestial Symbiosis” exhibit is a collection of work which fuses the black and white photographic style of Ralph Demilio with the otherworldly vision of Mel Fiorentino’s oil paintings. This collection embodies our deep connection to the universe and our allure with the cosmos. We are pleased to have a musical performance by harpist Tasha Robinson, the Principal Harpist with the Ocala Symphony Orchestra. Come celebrate the openingSaturday, April 17th 2021 from 5-7pm Cosmic cocktails and galactic goodies will provided. 

LEARN MORE

D’Alessandris Art

Award-winning Ocala, Florida, artist, David D’Alessandris is known for for his commitment to sustainable art. David’s use of recycled materials, found-objects and non-traditional surfaces has gained local and regional recognitions.

LEARN MORE