The Cabonnay Art Gallery

The Cabonnay Urban Wine House ART GALLERY showcases art across all media platforms.  Our art journeys guides you through a sensory experience as you are captivated through wall art, paintings, sculpture, projection, fashion, and beyond.  Our three level oasis experience is set among the cityscape is a perfect opportunity to dine around the arts.  

Art will be on a continual rotation throughout our galleries and Artist's work will showcased throughout the Cabonnay experience.   Check our events calendar for art exhibits, gallery showings, and artist features here: CURRENT ART EVENTS

Cabonnay also houses a permanent indoor art collection throughout the Cabonnay Urban Wine House. This art is not for sale, but we plan for creative, thoughtful pieces that will enhance ensure to enhance your dining, wining, and overall sensory Cabonnay experience. 

For more information on how to become a Cabonnay featured Artist read our Cabonnay Art Gallery Program 

 

CURRENTLY SHOWING THE ART OF:

RICHARD GULEZIAN

EXHIBIT:

PHOTOGRAPHY FLORALS

I hope that you will enjoy my floral portrait series as much as I enjoyed creating them.  I take your focus to the inside of a tulip, the simple elegance of the calla lily, the pre –bloom cluster of the amaryllis, the stark beauty of the purple iris, the perfection of a single white rose, the richness of a single gold leaf, among others
— RICHARD GULEZIAN

RICHARD GULEZIAN  - Artist’s Statement

I am a fine art photographer.  I live in Manchester, New Hampshire, with my wife, Sue, our Yorkie, Jayce, and our two Maltese, Oliver and Lilly.

This series is about my florals.

I studied fine art black and white photography at the New England School of Photography using large format cameras.  I also became interested in abstract photographic imagery.  With the flower photographs, I feel I have combined my abstract vision with color.

I retired from civil service one year ago, at which time my full time focus evolved in to the florals you see here today.  The flower photographs had a simple beginning.  I started with a photograph of a flower in a vase on a window sill, capturing the light’s reflection on the flower.  That evolved in to creating a close up photograph of a petal that is complimented by a strong shadow.  I was then struck by how black and white florals could appear to dance and flow as in a ballet.

I became more and more drawn to the shape, form, and pattern of each flower.  I am attracted to the simple flow of the line of a single petal.  By isolating the subject from its primary surrounding, I can find in it beauty, humor, pathos, and more.

I am keenly aware of the life span of a single bloom.  I know that I only have a small window of time to work with it.  However, I can see the beauty before it blooms and the beauty when it is past bloom.  I capture the flower as I see it, as it speaks to me.

I hope that you will enjoy my floral portrait series as much as I enjoyed creating them.  I take your focus to the inside of a tulip, the simple elegance of the calla lily, the pre –bloom cluster of the amaryllis, the stark beauty of the purple iris, the perfection of a single white rose, the richness of a single gold leaf, among others.

Richard Gulezian

www.richardgulezianphotography.com

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