The Gallery of the Arts is about selling high quality, unique and original artwork, as well as museum quality reproductionsgiclée printed on 100% acid-free canvas or fine art papers. The artists that The Gallery of the Arts represents include both seasoned and world-class painters, sculptors, illustrators, musicians, poets, writiers, photographers, videographers, as well as up-and-coming, promising, new talent.
The Gallery of the Arts works with the artists individually to foster and market the artists' worksto take the artist's creations from the canvas, paper or screenor whatever media they produceto a market where the original or reproduction can be bought.
On the other hand, The Gallery of the Arts provides the buying public and private collectors quality, fine art reproductions and original artistic creations. All the reproductions are produced on high quality, archival substrates with long-lasting inks. Most are reproduced using a giclée process, offering museum quality prints from the use of professional grade inkjet printers, long lasting pigmented inks, fine art papers and canvas, and skilled printmakers. There IS a difference between true giclee printing and someone who has a good, desktop printer. The Gallery continually strives to maintain this hallmark distinction.
The Gallery of the Arts offers a wide range of styles and prices in the art offered, from gift items below $50, to collectable and investment items in the thousands. The Gallery also works with buyers to find and satisfy their needs, whether that need is gift buying, in finding new and upcoming creatives, tried and true artisans, or simply to answer any questions or give direction. Contact us anytime.
Detroit Rock N' Fashion: A Virtual Art Exhibit is a dynamic, interactive, multimedia art exhibit, showcasing a range of art styles from artists of The Gallery of the Arts, artists who are involved in Detroit rock and/or Detroit fashion. This cutting edge art exhibit, a production of CyberAlley - New Media and Forged In Detroit, is driven by a soundtrack of the musicians within this exhibit, providing a range of Detroit music from 60s pop, to 70s garage band, 80s punk, 90s funk, to the current synthesis of styles of Motor City music.
Johnny "Bee" Badanjek started playing drums with Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels at the age of 14. His prolific repertoire on Detroit Rock N' Fashion includes tunes from The Detroit Wheels, Detroit, The Rockets, The Howling Diablos, and The Hell Drivers. Nina Friday is a member of The Ruiners, providing a couple of songs and a slice of Detroit, grease, glam rock. Karen Neal hits hard with one of her sexually-charged Queen Bee numbers. JIVA sythesizes a wide range of styles with Ecstasy, while Crooked Joint provides a contemplative track, both for promoter "Chizzy" Mike Chisholm's sequence.
Detroit Rock N' Fashion showcases over 150 works of instantly, buyable art from its eight artists. Over 300 photos from over 40 photographers and 14 songs from eight bands drive the presentation.
Our mission in a stroke is to provide artists a venue to showcase and sell their creative works, whether reproductions, paintings, drawings, sculptures, video, writings or any marketable art form; as well provide our buying clientele high caliber, unique and creative works of art.
Johnny Bee Badanjek | Carl Lundgren | Gwen Joy | Elise Mesner | Chizzy Mike Chisholm | Nina Friday | Wendy Mastal | Karen Neal
Copyright © 2011 The Gallery of the Arts. All rights reserved. All artwork, photos and music copyright of respective artists and/or their legal representatives.