Gallery Ehva
daring and beautiful art

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Dear Friends,

Sorry, we're closed now.

I could not keep gallery open for more then one reason, but the biggest one was me. I did not feel I was strong (and smart) to contine. I needed rest: do nothing time, be closer to Earth, Sea, Sun, Sky, my cat Bikini and my dog Hana.

Do I miss it? Yes! I miss our dinners, painting Easter eggs, my freedom to do with our space whatever I wanted to do, I miss people, soup and bread openings... I miss our little "community".

Do I miss ART? Not now. I am fine having my hands dirty, working in my garden.

What I do now? Hmmm, little art, lots of cooking...

Who I am now? Rebel, definitely!

So, be well my friends and thank you for letting me love you. I know we'll see each other, sonner or later.

-- Yours, always, Ewa

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You can always reach me by phone, e-mail or mail.

Ewa Nogiec 508 487-0011
ewa@iamprovincetown.com

P.O. Box 675, North Truro, MA 02652

 


Art Is Good

Here are my friends:

 

Donna Dodson, Gallery Ehva

Donna Dodson

Bill Liebeskind

Bill Liebeskind

Gallery Ehva: Richard E. Smith

Richard E. Smith

Tracey Anderson
Midge Battelle
Bill Barrell
Rachel Brown
Arthur Cohen
Didier Corallo
David Ellis
Miriam Freidin
Joanna Gabler
Fred Garbers
Wendelin Glatzel
Irén Handschuh
Myrna Harrison

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Provincetown Artist Registry

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I am Provincetown

I am Provincetown...

Joanna Gabler

Emigrés - Where is Home?

When Gallery Ehva's director Ewa Nogiec (we're both emigrated to America from Poland) invited me to be a part of "Emigré" exhibition she asked a question: "Where is Home?" The more I thought about it, the less I was capable of bringing out a physical location, and many questions related to the meaning of being at home or homeless kept appearing.

The answer came to me as a surprise.

I am most at home when I create—thoughts, ideas, pieces of art—it does not matter where the creative process happens. When I am not doing that, I feel homeless and alienated—it does not matter how familiar the surroundings may be.

I am at home in my art.

The title for this exhibition is "Nature Transfigured," and the presented works are transcapes. All these Transcapes (my expression for Transfigured Landscapes) were created from the photographs I have taken in New England, mostly in the Berkshires, where I live, and in Southern Vermont.

I feel a strong connection with two bodies of water, the Hoosic River, which is a tributary of the Hudson River and the Hoosac's own very picturesque tributary Broad Brook. The Hoosic River (also spelled Hoosac), an Algonquin word meaning place of stones, runs through three states, Massachusetts, Vermont and New York.

What you see are my latest works I would describe as my co-creative adventure with Nature.

-- Joanna Gabler

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"Nature Transfigured"

Photograph by Joanna Gabler

 

Nature Transfigured by Joanna Gabler

 

Nature Transfigured by Joanna Gabler

 

Nature Transfigured by Joanna Gabler

 

Nature Transfigured by Joanna Gabler

 

Nature Transfigured by Joanna Gabler

 

Nature Transfigured by Joanna Gabler

 

Nature Transfigured by Joanna Gabler

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Art Is Good

Here are my friends:

Gallery Ehva, Nathalie Ferrier

Nathalie Ferrier

Alicia Henry

Alicia Henry

Daniel Dejean, Gallery Ehva

Daniel Dejean

Gallery Ehva, Janice Redman

Janice Redman

Rob Westerberg

Rob Westerberg

Barbara Cohen, Gallery Ehva

Barbara Cohen

Ken Horii, Gallery Ehva

Ken Horii

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Jenny Humphreys
René Lamadrid
Bill Liebeskind
Susan Lyman
Diane Messinger
Andy Moerlein
Henry Moore
Ewa Nogiec
David Paulson
Cyndi Wish

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Schedule 2016
Schedule 2015
Schedule 2014
Schedule 2013
Schedule 2012
Schedule 2011
Schedule 2010
Schedule 2009

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