The Juliet Holland Collection

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Ebb and Flow: How Juliet Holland’s observations brought her home

Ebb and Flow: How Juliet Holland’s observations brought her home

Building literally from dust and earth, sand and clay... my work focuses on the process of transformation - from disintegration and decay to a new form of beauty. The surface reveals an archaeological history of the treatment it has received: rain and earthquake, ancient graffiti, hints of fragmented calligraphy like scars on the skin and soulErosion and layering evoking passing time and the continuum of change in nature's infinite progression.

An aspect that has always intrigued me is the mystery that lies within and behind---piercing of layers leading to unexpected discoveries beneath. This combination of deterioration and inflicted markings, construction and destruction, becomes a means of stating both the quality and unity of all things. No endings --- the process of becoming.

Juliet Holland,  New York City

Just as the waves carve the seemingly unchanging shore; mixed media artist Juliet Holland was formed by the tides. As a child, tidepools provided an illusion of stillness, a mirrored surface that allowed her to witness the slow, cyclical rhythm of nature. Read more.

January 11, 2022 — Destini Ross
Silent Auction to benefit The Cabaret

Silent Auction to benefit The Cabaret

An anonymous donor recently donated a fantastic collection of Mid-Century Modern furniture, Modern & Postmodern art, collectibles, and décor to The Cabaret in Indianapolis.

As someone who previously made my living in the performing arts, it's been difficult to see so many close friends who are musicians, actors, or just work at theaters struggle during the pandemic, so I was very enthusiastic when Shannon Forsell, the Artistic Director and CEO asked us to help sell this collection.  We decided that it would fun to do an old school silent auction out of our shop.  For the next two weeks, we've cleared out a third of our showroom to host this silent auction to help reopen The Cabaret.

Click here above to see all the cool stuff available!

April 27, 2021 — Andrew King
Ronald D. Newman - Modern Impressionist

Ronald D. Newman - Modern Impressionist

“Painting is silent, and as with music must be experienced with inner vision.  Music is to be listened to and heard with the inner ear, however, the heart of the activity is a combination of the two.  With fine art, painting is the result of a refining response to improvisation of the elements.  Color against color, shape to form, line crossing line, color overlapping line, shape to color and so forth.  The artist purifies this process through faith.  We face, in the reality of our personal time, to seek a new age, as ‘Now faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen.’”
July 24, 2020 — Andrew King