Bloom Boom Boom!: A Floral Group Show

Bloom Boom Boom! features new work, all influenced by the flower. From floral-inspired abstracts to botanical explosions of color to Laurie Meyer’s powerful hydrangea paintings, the gallery will be abloom. The group exhibition includes work by Charleston artists Laurie Meyer, Marissa Vogl, Nancy Hoerter, and Carrie Beth Waghorn, as well as Dorothy Shain, James Richards, and Stanley Bielen.

“I never tire of painting Mother Nature’s art,” Vogl says. “From pollination to survival, flowers are incredibly complex, and we often take them for granted. Their color, their light — it’s pure magic!”

Hoerter agrees. “I've always been drawn to the natural beauty of flowers and have used them as a primary subject for my work. Recently, I have enjoyed exploring new ways to introduce contemporary elements into my still lifes.

A flowerful opening reception will be held on Friday, March 2, from 5 to 8pm, coinciding with the Charleston Gallery Association Art Walk.

Nina's Song, 2018

Nancy Hoerter

Nina's Song, 2018

oil on board

30 x 30 in

Or Come Shine, 2018

Nancy Hoerter

Or Come Shine, 2018

oil on board

10 x 12 in

Cherry Pie, 2018

Nancy Hoerter

Cherry Pie, 2018

oil on board

18 x 18 in

Gladsome, 2017

Stanley Bielen

Gladsome, 2017

Oil on paper/Mounted

6.25 x 4.50 in

Guatemala City , 2018

Dorothy Shain

Guatemala City , 2018

oil on birch wood panel

48 x 60 in

Lemon Light I, 2018

Laurie Meyer

Lemon Light I, 2018

oil on linen

12 x 12 in

Crazy Good, 2017

Laurie Meyer

Crazy Good, 2017

oil on linen

36 x 48 in

Les Sœurs, 2018

Carrie Beth Waghorn

Les Sœurs, 2018

Japanese Ink on Linen

44 x 30 in

An Innocent Soul , 2018

Marissa Vogl

An Innocent Soul , 2018

oil on canvas

30 x 40 in

Volcanic Bloom, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Volcanic Bloom, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 16 in

Night Time Bloom , 2018

Marissa Vogl

Night Time Bloom , 2018

Oil on canvas

12 x 12 in

Gratitude, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Gratitude, 2018

oil on canvas

8 x 10 in

Hopeless Romantic, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Hopeless Romantic, 2018

oil on linen

30 x 30 in

Autumn Bouquet, 2018

James Richards

Autumn Bouquet, 2018

oil on linen

12 x 18 in

Blush Bunch, 2018

Nancy Hoerter

Blush Bunch, 2018

oil on board

12 x 9 in

Might As Well Be Spring, 2018

Nancy Hoerter

Might As Well Be Spring, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 24 in

Aery, 2017

Stanley Bielen

Aery, 2017

Oil on paper/Mounted

5.62 x 6.12 in

Vernal Mix, 2017

Stanley Bielen

Vernal Mix, 2017

Oil on paper/Mounted

7.62 x 5.25 in

Every Waking Hour, 2018

Laurie Meyer

Every Waking Hour, 2018

oil on linen

36 x 36 in

Lemon Light II, 2018

Laurie Meyer

Lemon Light II, 2018

oil on linen

12 x 12 in

Camellia, 2018

Carrie Beth Waghorn

Camellia, 2018

India ink on French paper

28 x 21 in

Les Sœurs II, 2018

Carrie Beth Waghorn

Les Sœurs II, 2018

Japanese Ink on Linen

44 x 30 in

Remember Me

Marissa Vogl

Remember Me

oil on linen

30 x 30 in

Believe, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Believe, 2018

oil on canvas

12 x 12 in

Bloom Struck

Marissa Vogl

Bloom Struck

oil on canvas

11 x 14 in

Glow Out Loud

Marissa Vogl

Glow Out Loud

oil on canvas

10 x 8 in

Lili Blossom, 2018

James Richards

Lili Blossom, 2018

oil on linen

8 x 10 in

Her Favorite Blue Vase, 2018

Nancy Hoerter

Her Favorite Blue Vase, 2018

oil on board

8 x 8 in

Tuesday's Peonies

Nancy Hoerter

Tuesday's Peonies

oil on canvas

8 x 10 in

Amis, 2017

Stanley Bielen

Amis, 2017

Oil on paper/Mounted

7.50 x 5.50 in

Wintry Blossoms, 2017

Stanley Bielen

Wintry Blossoms, 2017

Oil on paper/Mounted

6.50 x 4.87 in

Perennial Beauty, 2018

Laurie Meyer

Perennial Beauty, 2018

oil on linen

30 x 30 in

Lemon Light III, 2018

Laurie Meyer

Lemon Light III, 2018

oil on linen

12 x 12 in

Rosemary, 2018

Carrie Beth Waghorn

Rosemary, 2018

India ink on French paper

28 x 21 in

Scarlet Begonias, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Scarlet Begonias, 2018

oil on linen

36 x 60 in

The Secret of Life, 2018

Marissa Vogl

The Secret of Life, 2018

oil on canvas

30 x 30 in

Blossoms of Velvet

Marissa Vogl

Blossoms of Velvet

oil on canvas

12 x 12 in

Blossom Study, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Blossom Study, 2018

oil on canvas

5 x 7 in

Who Can Ask For More, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Who Can Ask For More, 2018

oil on canvas

11 x 14 in

Hydrangeas and Pears, 2018

James Richards

Hydrangeas and Pears, 2018

oil on linen

20 x 24 in

A Hint of Lemon, 2018

Nancy Hoerter

A Hint of Lemon, 2018

oil on board

12 x 12 in

Just Like I Remember, 2018

Nancy Hoerter

Just Like I Remember, 2018

oil on board

12 x 14 in

Campana, 2017

Stanley Bielen

Campana, 2017

Oil on paper/Mounted

6.62 x 6.25 in

Mesa Tortillas Hot Off the Griddle, 2018

Dorothy Shain

Mesa Tortillas Hot Off the Griddle, 2018

oil on birch wood panel

48 x 60 in

Every Good Flower, 2018

Laurie Meyer

Every Good Flower, 2018

oil on linen

16 x 20 in

The Parade, 2018

Laurie Meyer

The Parade, 2018

oil on linen

38 x 60 in

Endine, 2018

Carrie Beth Waghorn

Endine, 2018

India ink on French paper

28 x 21 in

Oasis in Life, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Oasis in Life, 2018

oil on linen

30 x 40 in

Water Your Dreams, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Water Your Dreams, 2018

oil on canvas

20 x 16 in

Fancy Free

Marissa Vogl

Fancy Free

oil on canvas

12 x 12 in

Air of Royalty

Marissa Vogl

Air of Royalty

oil on canvas

14 x 11 in

Quietly Glowing, 2018

Marissa Vogl

Quietly Glowing, 2018

Oil on canvas

10 x 8 in

Tossed Roses, 2018

James Richards

Tossed Roses, 2018

oil on linen

10 x 20 in

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Bloom Boom Boom!: A Floral Group Show
Bloom Boom Boom! features new work, all influenced by the flower. From floral-inspired abstracts to botanical explosions of color to Laurie Meyer’s powerful hydrangea paintings, the gallery will be abloom. The group exhibition includes work by Charleston artists Laurie Meyer, Marissa Vogl, Nancy Hoerter, and Carrie Beth Waghorn, as well as Dorothy Shain, James Richards, and Stanley Bielen. “I never tire of painting Mother Nature’s art,” Vogl says. “From pollination to survival, flowers are incredibly complex, and we often take them for granted. Their color, their light — it’s pure magic!” Hoerter agrees. “I've always been drawn to the natural beauty of flowers and have used them as a primary subject for my work. Recently, I have enjoyed exploring new ways to introduce contemporary elements into my still lifes. A flowerful opening reception will be held on Friday, March 2, from 5 to 8pm, coinciding with the Charleston Gallery Association Art Walk.
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Meyer Vogl Gallery
Charleston
South Carolina
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