EMERGING ARTIST SERIES
Gallery500 is excited to introduce our Emerging Artist Series. With each exhibition, Gallery500 will feature a new, up and coming artist, highlighting their work and impact on the local art scene. Stay tuned for new works, interviews and blogs about the artists in our series!
Gallery500 has spent the last two years highlighting emerging artists in our Emerging Artist Series. In the 11th part of the Emerging Artist Series, we want to divert from the “emerging” artist program and feature an established, tenured fine artist, who has led her life as a successful artist: Beau Wild.
Learn more about Beau Wild and see her Gallery500 collections on our website. Read the Blog and view the full interview. Join us in the gallery for Tea With Beau to see meet Wild in person and learn more about her art career.
Annie Scull and Natasha Fenga
Two years into our Emerging Artist Series, Gallery500 is excited to present two artists who have many important roles at the gallery, Annie Scull and Natasha Fenga. Gallery500 Director Amber O'Neal steps aside and our latest Emerging Artists interview themselves. Learn more about the gallerists and professional artists, including their connection before Gallery500. Plus, they have a surprise guest stop in.
Learn more about Annie Scull and Natasha Fenga and see their works in their artist's collections on our website. Read the blog interview and watch the full video. Plus, stop in the gallery to see their work in person.
Learn more about Gallery500's Emerging Artist, Watercolorist Katherine Knapik, pt 9 in the series. Learn more about the media, what it means to be an entertainment designer and her advice to young or up and coming artists.
Mark E Lewis
Mark E Lewis is GALLERY500's eight artist in our Emerging Artist Series, and the first Digital Artist we have represented. Read the blog to learn more about his media, his love of Daytona and his connection to motorsports View his Gallery500 collection here or in person, on display until February 26, 2023.
Cars are art…my mission daily in life is to take that art and frame it in a motif that captures that eye.
Will Foerster is GALLERY500's newest emerging artist in the seventh part of the series. Watch the interview and read the blog to learn more about his method, inspiration and aspirations as a portrait photographer. View his "Grecian Stone" collection here or in person, on display until January 2023.
I primarily prefer to shoot in black and white, as I feel the unity and simplicity of the works have an elegance that is not commonly found in color imagery
A Year Later...Brandon Stanley
We decided to sit down with Gallery500's first Emerging Artist in the series, Brandon Stanley, to see where he is now, how his work has transformed and what an Emerging Artist has meant for his career.
Emerging Artist series gave me a foundation to establish myself from. Not only did it give me the confirmation of my work, but also the confidence to continue photographing waves.
Read more of our interview in our August Blog
As a Gallery Director and Curator, I strive to exhibit thought-provoking and engaging work. It is always exciting to support an artist that I truly believe in and would own in my personal collection. For the next part of our Emerging Artist series, I knew Brandon Santiago would be perfect.
My art is good at telling a story...and it might not be my own story or [the] story I intended it to be.
With the fourth installment of the Emerging Artist Series, GALLERY500 wanted to introduce not only a newcomer to the local art scene, but an artist with a unique vision, a unique point of view. Ruth Hayden is just that artist.
The goal is to allow others to feel seen and known in a way that they didn't know they needed. It's not about being perfect, it's about being honest.
Volusia County Schools
What better emerging artists are there than local high school students? Read our October Blog to learn more about part 2 of our Emerging Artist Series and watch the interview with some of the students.
Click here to learn more about how you can support VCS' Visual Arts Program
Newcomer to the Central Florida art scene, photographer Brandon Stanley has art (and Daytona Beach) in his blood.
There's nothing else...where you can literally capture a moment in time and share that with someone else.
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