Sarah Stieber Contemporary Art Presents Stieber Summer GalleryArts & Culture Stieber's paintings magnifies the human experience with dazzling color too often hidden in plain sight
Returning for it’s 2nd year, local Contemporary artist Sarah Stieber will be taking over 1943 India Street (Mee Shim Fine Art) where she will be exhibiting original paintings, prints, and video, beginning on June 11th.
Back by popular demand, this pop-up project has propelled Stieber to exhibit on a platform where she can have one-on-one interactions with the public.
Let’s “FACE IT”
Stieber will premier works from her new mixed media series; “FACE IT”.
“FACE IT” is Stieber’s response to the widespread depiction of faceless women in contemporary art and culture. This multi-media art installation uses paintings and video content to highlight this issue and celebrate female policy makers, artists, activists, and thought-leaders.
In collaboration with The Film Kind and Holly Sutor, FACE IT will feature videos interviewing Stieber’s models and will show an intimate look into the artist’s photoshoot and painting process. The immersive installation celebrates female faces and voices and hopes to inspire positive change.
Magnifying human experience with Electric Realism
Stieber’s style of Electric Realism is a stunning amplification of real life, using a bejeweled palette of brilliant hues and evocative energy to explore a spirited reality. A spectacle of saturated colors, her paintings are a kaleidoscope to her world of wishful seeing, magnifying the human experience with dazzling color too often hidden in plain sight.
Stieber’s most recent project in the Little Italy area; just a block away from Stieber Summer Gallery, is a permanent 25 ft x 12 ft mural installation on the terrace of the Porto Vista Hotel, titled “May You Always See Magic” curated in collaboration with 1805 Gallery. The mural is the subject of a recent documentary by Holly Sutor, also titled “May You Always See Magic”.
See you there!
Stieber Summer Gallery will be open to the public daily from 2:00PM to 9:00PM at the Little Italy gallery space for three consecutive weeks, starting June 11th.
Make a plan to stop in to explore the work of one of San Diego’s most talented artists!
See you there!