• BETHESDA, Maryland
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  • April 25, 2011

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Toni Silber-Delerive, "Church Tower Road" oil on canvas, 2010
Courtesy Kaller Fine Arts

Interact Encourages Collectors to Arrange & Re-arrange works by Ten Different

Contemporary Artists to Create an Individual Collection

Bethesda, MD (April 25, 2011) – Kaller Fine Arts present Interact, an exhibition of works by ten different contemporary artists designed to encourage collectors to create individual collections.  An opening reception will be held Thursday, May 5, 2011, 7:30-9:30.  The gallery will also be open Saturday – Sunday, May 7-8, 1 – 4PM, and also by appointment.  Gallery owner Candace Kaller will exhibit a wide variety of intimately sized, inexpensive works – more than 90% are below $1000 – in different media and will provide collectors opportunities to arrange and re-arrange the works to curate their own personal collections.   The gallery setting, in a private home, further helps collectors to envision the collection they create in their own home.

“The goal of this exhibition is for collectors to physically create – or rather – curate a collection of works that represents their own interests, passions and fascinations.  This will be different from other gallery and museum experiences, where touching the work is not encouraged,” said Kaller.  “The works we’re showing are sized and priced for today’s homes and lifestyles.  More importantly, this exhibition offers collectors an opportunity to express themselves though a collection of work created by an important group of very talented artists.” 

Works will be exhibited by the following:

1. Tracey Adams: Encaustic and collage works ranging in size from 16” x 16” to 40” x 40” panels.  Adams’ works are in the following collections: Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, New England Conservatory of Music, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Tucson Museum of Art.

2. Ruth Avra and Dana Kleinman:  Brushed aluminum and canvas ranging in size from 6” x 6” to 10” x 60”.  Includes a 26-panel work that can be rearranged by hue. They represented the United States as guests of the Chinese government at the 2008 Beijing Biennale, National Museum of China.

3. Bernd Haussman:  Mixed media on rubber, cardboard and paper, ranging from 4” x 8” to 38” x 44”. Haussman’s works are included in the following collections: Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA; Longview Museum of Art, Longview, TX; Museum der Stadt Reutlingen, Germany; Stadtmuseum in Kornhaus, Germany; Provincetown Art Association Museum, Provincetown, MA.

4. Sierra Jolie:  Encaustic on wood panels 12” x 12”. 

5. Lori Katz:  Ceramic works ranging from 4” x 4" to 16” x 16”.

6. Alicia LaChance:  Fresco on canvas with resin works ranging from 12” x 12” to 40” x 40”. 

7. Amy Maas:  Mixed media on canvas works ranging from 12” x 12” to 48” x 60”. 

8. Lissa Rankin:  Encaustic works measuring all 12” x 12”.  Rankin is the author of the recent book: Encaustic Art: The Complete Guide to Creating Fine Art With Wax.

9. Toni Silber-Delerive:  Acrylic on canvas, measuring 12” x 12” and 16 “x 16”.

10. Michelle Williams:  Painting on metal and Plexiglas measuring 8” x 8” and 15” x 15”.

Kaller Fine Arts
7004 Greentree Road
2nd Floor
Bethesda, Maryland
About Kaller Fine Arts

Kaller Fine Arts (www.kallerfinearts.com) is a private gallery and art consulting service dedicated to providing affordable, high quality artwork to individuals and businesses. Candace Kaller brings to KFA over ten years of experience as a museum educator at the National Gallery of Art and the National Museum for Women in the Arts, as well as prior ownership of the Galerie de Tours in San Francisco. Kaller Fine Arts is open by appointment: kallerfinearts@yahoo.com or 301-365-9376.

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