DENVER and LOS ANGELES, June 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It's a narrative of sorts: three old friends from Los Angeles are brought together again by a Denver gallery. Artists Tadashi Hayakawa, Michael Moon, and maxwellvision share a two-month long exhibit in the very place they reconnected.
Nationally known artist Michael Moon currently lives in Los Angeles and has been a part of the Artwork Network gallery since the summer of 2009. He recommended the gallery to his friend Tadashi Hayakawa, an international artist who was looking for the perfect place to exhibit his last solo show. After the successful solo exhibition in 2011, Hayakawa, who now lives in Denver himself, has accepted many of the gallery's invitations to paint live in the space. Besides the typical visitors that pass through the Art District on Santa Fe, Tadashi was also spotted by an old friend: fellow artist and international musician, maxwellvision.
Intertwined by their work and friendship, it was if the stars were aligned for an exhibition. Artwork Network curator, Blake W. Brown, has crafted a collaborative demonstration of the three artists' spiritual exploration of texture, line, and color.
The exhibit opens on Thursday, July 5th at 6:00pm, and the artwork will remain on display until August 31st, 2012. The Artwork Network gallery is located at 878 Santa Fe Drive.
Artwork Network is a team of art enthusiasts helping artists and buyers with a variety of services and insights. An extensive array of inventory from over a hundred talented artists can be viewed online at www.artworknetwork.com. Services include art consulting, artist marketing, business art rotation, brokerage, art consulting, event rental, as well as in-house framing and photography. The gallery and working artist studios, (located in the heart of Denver's exciting ArtDistrict on Santa Fe) displays a selection of member's work for view and purchase.
SOURCE Artwork Network