Roswell, GA, March 30, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Synergy Fine Art Gallery presents a Dog Lover’s Weekend featuring contemporary animal artist Barbara Rush. The weekend kicks off with an Art Opening Reception, Friday, April 1, 6 pm to 9 pm. “Shape Shifters” is a collection of dynamic paintings segmented by colors, shapes, and illusions. The exhibit features new signature works of modern dog art by nationally renowned artist Barbara Rush. On Saturday and Sunday (April 2 & 3), dog rescues will show off dogs available for adoption, and anyone with a dog is invited to participate in a variety of free activities including: Scavenger Hunts, Dog Fashion Shows (starring your dog), Bark Offs, and Trick Offs.
The Dog Lover’s Weekend celebrates everything dog related. The events are free and open to the public.
See Ms. Rush’s new line of abstract dog paintings for the dog lovers in your life, at the opening Friday, April 1, 6 pm to 9 pm. Then, bring your dog out for a scavenger hunt, dog fashion show, Bark Off and Trick Off, on Saturday 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday 1 pm to 4 pm. May the best dog win.
“I grew up walking with my dog in the woods. She was a wonderful companion and I believe that having pets deeply enriches one’s life. Horses, dogs, cats, snakes... whatever you are into... really teach us about caring for a life other than our own, and to appreciate how that enriches our life experience,” said Barbara Rush, artist and Synergy Fine Art Gallery co-owner.
“As an artist who participates in about 18 art festivals a year, I couldn’t help noticing what a great dog parade we would see at every show. Dogs in every shape and every size, would walk by and I would see so many fun breeds, Boston Terriers, Dachshunds, Poodles! So when I started painting contemporary dog art, I thought... how fun would it be to host a Dog Lover’s Weekend and hold a Fashion Show for dogs! I just love those little outfits they make for them,” said Barbara Rush.
Barbara Rush is an award winning GeoCubist artist who has been painting professionally since 2007. Originally inspired by cubist artists Picasso, Juan Gris, and Jean Metzinger, on display at the High Museum of Art, she developed a style that blends cubism with geometry that is uniquely her own which she termed GeoCubism. Her art graces the walls of collectors around the world and resonates with animal lovers everywhere.
April 1, 2, 3, at Synergy Fine Art Gallery 26 Webb St, Suite 3, Roswell, GA 30075. For detailed event information please visit: https://www.synergyfineart.com/events.