Do the stars shine brighter in Aspen, Colorado? It would seem that they most certainly did Friday, December 20th , 2013 as Aspen Art Gallery located on Mill Street hosted an Art Reception for their new artist Nadaleena Mirat Brettmann.
This was the must attend show of the season and that certainly was the case with the number of interested collectors in attendance. I came to Aspen for this specific event as it was my Friday Experience in the Arts.
The gallery itself has taken the artistic concept of Frank Lloyd Wright’s narrowing and expansion in order to draw your eye and mind into it. As you enter into the gallery your eyes are delighted by the works of many exquisite artists then as you continue through the gallery it seems to narrow only to brightly open up to the dynamic large format images of Nadaleena’s Breaking the Waves Collection.
The Breaking the Waves Collection not only touched my soul, it moved me like no other. Working mainly in oil paints, Nadaleena has a way of pouring a part of her soul into each and every painting that allows the viewer to take a breath along with her as she flows through her artistic process.
Owner of Aspen Art Gallery, Damian Gulliot has created quite the collector buzz with Nadaleena’s Breaking the Waves Collection. If you do not behold a Nadaleena Mirat Brettmann then you do not have a collection.
Aspen Art Gallery is definitely a destination for any collector and showing Nadaleena’s work adds to the “array of innovative, eclectic, cutting edge art” that they showcase and are known for.
Nadaleena Mirat Brettmann has fast become a World Renowned Artist with collector staying power and an investment that will only continue to reward.
Contact Aspen Art Gallery at 970-544-6655, visit their website at AspenArtGallery.com or email the gallery directly at email@example.com for more information.
Didn’t make the Opening Reception, do not fret, the Breaking the Waves Collection will continue to show through February 20th, 2014.
The snow is great for skiing in Aspen, but the Art is something you will want to go home with. The time to be a collector is now.