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Opening of The Optimist: Saturday, September 13th, 5-8 pm.

more about Franck Ecalard: The Optimist

Franck Ecalard, Le monde est universel 100x150 cm.

Franck Ecalard, Le monde est universel 100×150 cm.

 

Franck Ecalard, The Optimist, 13 September 2014, opening 5 – 8 pm.

After a very successful show last year, Franck Ecalard is back in Amsterdam for his second solo exhibit at the GO Gallery, with a series of stunning canvasses featuring his work, which we like to call “Urban-Pop Art”.
His artworks portray the optimistic side of life and hence the title, “THE OPTIMIST”.

 

With Love from Amsterdam 100x120 cm.

With Love from Amsterdam 100×120 cm.

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Great Gatsby: Exhibition, Party & Video Premiere at GO Gallery, September 9th, 7-11 pm.

Mark your calendars for this event. It’s going to be a great party as well as a chance to see the beautiful photos created at the last Real Shoot Experience Photography event. This exhibition will also the premiere for the event video. As always there will be a DJ and drink specials. We will also have a surprise performance. This is a free event, feel free to bring your friends. Photographers bring your camera along. dxmyirgwpdslw2zq8o9pd7-600px   l

Optimist Franck Ecalard back at GO for second solo

After a succesful solo show in 2013, French painter Franck Ecalard is back with a series of new canvasses.
Opening on Saturday, September 13th. More information here soon.

fast and optimist 100x100 cm.

Fast and optimist, acrylics on linnen,  100×100 cm.

Sheila Westera op herhaling, zaterdag 30 augustus

Zaterdag 30 Augustus, van 12:00 – 17:00 uur is Sheila Westera weer aanwezig in GO Gallery.

“Making jewellery is part of who I am, putting a little bit of a “soul” into each piece. Clients call my creations ‘conversation pieces’

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De sieraden van Sheila worden gedragen door zelfverzekerde vrouwen, veelal uit de grote internationale vriendenkring waarin zij zich begeeft. Haar verzamelaars bezitten vaak  meerdere stukken van haar werk. Vanuit haar woonplaats Londen reist Sheila de hele wereld over en vindt onderweg de meest uiteenlopende materialen die zij in haar werk gebruikt. De collectie onderscheidt zich door het bijzondere maakproces. Kristallen, (edel)stenen, hout en door het strandzand geslepen glas in allerlei kleuren worden gewikkeld in gewalst gouddraad en zilverdraad.