Refreshing waters from the recent rain have conjured more than just the beautiful Superbloom of wildflowers in Southern California. The two-artist show at Ted Casablanca "Naked And Lush," opening April 22, 2017, arrives as the desert melts into spring.
Exhibit attendees will be able to view all new works with stone-like models subtly posed against a fertile landscape in Eric Schwabel’s series of photographs, and bright and vibrant double-exposed photos and one-of-a-kind chairs of floral arrangements by Johnny Nicoloro on display during the show’s run.
Schwabel, a native of Minnesota, has studied in Paris and New York, and is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. He has taught for SOCAPA and has lectured at Art Institute of Hollywood, and now resides in Southern California.
Nicoloro is an award-winning artist and self-taught photographer. He earned a BA in Theatre Arts from UCLA and has taught at both The Village in Hollywood and Coach-Art, a nonprofit for kids with life-threatening illnesses.
The two artists both give their own personal take on the theme of a lush and fruitful desert landscape. Ted Casablanca owner, Bruce Bibby, will also have some new works in the show.
The Ted Casablanca Gallery invites you to see more of Eric Schwabel and Johnny Nicoloro’s work. The show, “Naked And Lush,” will open Saturday, April 22, with a reception taking place at the gallery at 388 N Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA from 5:00PM to 8:00PM.