New Orleans artist Matteo Neivert to exhibit at Amiro Art & Found

From Amiro Arts & Found

Mangrove Oysters, an original painting by New Orleans artist Matteo Neivert, will be on view beginning Oct. 3 and through the month at Amiro Art & Found,

Mangrove Oysters, an original painting by New Orleans artist Matteo Neivert, will be on view beginning Oct. 3 and through the month at Amiro Art & Found, 9C Aviles St., downtown St. Augustine.

Amiro Art & Found Gallery presents New Orleans artist Matteo Neivert’s “Roots,” a new solo exhibition of paintings exploring plants, evolution, objects, ocean, Earth and its elements — both real and imaginary.
The opening reception, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3 during the First Friday Artwalk at Amiro,9C Aviles St., in downtown St. Augustine.
Neivert, a self-described “magical realist,” is inspired by the strength and fragility of nature. His paintings in “Roots” range from the serene — a series of haunting landscapes of icebergs adrift in the ocean at dusk — to the whimsical with a study of exotic seashells skimming the sky.
Neivert is art director at Maloney Productions and an adjunct assistant professor at Tulane University. His work has been exhibited at the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco, I-20 Gallery in New York City and the Alexander Brest Museum and Gallery in Jacksonville, Fla.
“Roots” will run through the month of October at Amiro Art and Found Gallery, which is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Monday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. For more information, go to www.amiroartandfound.com

 

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