Coeur d'Alene, Northern Idaho's "up and coming" art city, now participates in The Nomadic Project
. Eclectic Artisan's Gallery
will be displaying the painting Much Like A Fairy Tale
until the end of the year. The gallery is located in downtown Coeur d'Alene and participates in the area's monthly art walks. Eclectic Gallery
has recently expanded and looks forward to hosting the entire Nomadic Exhibit for the state of Idaho.
Much Like A Fairy Tale
is inspired by Wyoming, one of Idaho's five border states. The painting
represents the fantasy feel created by the landscape in Yellowstone
National Park. Along with each painting in The Nomadic Series, Much Like A Fairy Tale
can be purchased for $910. In this unique conceptual art project, each
of the fifty states will display a painting that was inspired by a
bordering state. The idea is to blur state borders and connect the
country through art. All fifty pieces will reunite for an exhibit that
tours the country. The owner of each painting will receive a signed
print to display while their piece tours. There will also be an
engraved nameplate displayed along with their traveling painting
stating their ownership.
The exhibit will consist of all fifty paintings, original music by
Alfonso Llamas, video documentary, a journaled path, sketches, and
letters from friends who participated in the journey. Abraham and
Llamas encourage input from viewers. E-mail the artists at TheNomadicProject@gmail.com
and share information about your home town.
For more information on The Nomadic Project visit TheNomadicProject.com
or contact Kristin at TheNomadicProject@gmail.com
. To learn more about Eclectic Gallery's
participation and Coeur d'Alene's art market, contact Carol at 208.765.3500.