View new collection from Ingrid Dee Magidson, meet the artist at Galerie Zuger in Vail
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What: Artist reception with Ingrid Dee Magidson.
Where: Galerie Zuger, 141 E. Meadow Drive, Unit 208, Vail Village.
When: 2-7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 28, and Tuesday, Dec. 29.
More information: Call 970-476-5619, or visit http://www.galeriezugervail.com, or find Galerie Zuger on Facebook for the most up-to-date events and new works.
VAIL — Galerie Zuger in the Solaris building in Vail Village will host the talented Ingrid Dee Magidson with two receptions on Monday and Tuesday. The artist will be in attendance from 2 to 7 p.m. on both evenings.
Magidson will be showing her most experimental work to date. That is saying a lot from an artist who continues to challenge herself with both materials and their use.
“The theme of my work is the often-delicate balance between the material and the spiritual,” Magidson says in her artist statement on the Galerie Zuger website. “This perpetual dance intrigues my sense of wonder: that we can be beings of such physicality, yet ponder infinity, space and our own spirituality.”
Layers of found objects, delicately arranged to create and pay homage to the classical period of art, bring forth a hauntingly beautiful masterpiece.
“I like to use renaissance, or sometimes later, imagery to convey the fleeting quality of life,” she says in her statement. “The people painted so long ago were as alive as each of us now. They had hopes, dreams and lives we can never know. I bring them back to life, perhaps only for a moment, but alive nonetheless.”
Stop by and explore Magidson’s regal, engaging and magical works. Galerie Zuger is located on the second floor at the Solaris Plaza in Vail Village. For more information, call 970-476-5619 or email art@galeriezuger vail.com.
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