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Thousands of years after the Ancient Egyptians were known to be the first to produce still-life artwork, the genre remains alive and thriving.
A still life, by definition, is a painting featuring an arrangement of inanimate, everyday objects, whether natural or manufactured. The Tate Museum succinctly describes a still life as, “anything that does not move or is dead.”
Look around any art gallery today, and life literally stands STILL. The finished artworks can be realistic or abstract; each artist has control over the subject, lighting, and context.
Y:ART Gallery is pleased to present STILL, an exhibition of still-life paintings by artists, Edmond Praybe, Marie Riccio, Maggie Siner and Justin Wiest.Learn More