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The Epoch Times 

Preview of Rehs Galleries Inaugural ‘ARC Select’ Art Exhibition

NEW YORK—Continuing its efforts to expand representational art, the Art Renewal Center (ARC) has started to help artists connect with galleries. It teamed up first with Rehs Contemporary Galleries Inc., which has made all of its wall space available for a group show, ARC Select 2016,” opening on Oct 22.

ARC has become an online hub for contemporary realism. It organizes skill-based art training programs, scholarship competitions, and salons, and has been building an online museum of over 7,000 artists since 1999.

Howard Rehs, of Rehs Galleries, selected six artists from ARC’s annual Salon finalists. The show comprises an eclectic mix of contemporary realist styles of landscapes, figure, and still life paintings. The artists, all highly skilled, painted new works specifically for the inaugural show.

Here is a sneak preview of the artists’ works, along with their comments on their own works. 

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Richard Hall installation at the Rehs Gallery ARC Select Exhibit, 2016

Richard Hall Chosen for ARC Select Exhibit

Participants chosen from The Art Renewal Center 11th Annual Salon Show

Rehs Contemporary is proud to work side by side with the Art Renewal Center as we present ARC Select; a group exhibition featuring the works of 6 hand-picked artists from ARC's annual Salon. Our inaugural ARC Select show features a diverse roster of contemporary realist artists who demonstrate superior technical skills, utilizing techniques reminiscent of 19th Century masters while remaining relevant to contemporary aesthetics. While each artist has their own style, theme and subject, the works showcase their immense talent and the dedication each has to their craft.

ARC Select - Rehs Contemporary Galleries
 
The show runs from October 22, 2016 to November 19, 2017 with the opening reception on October 22, 2016 1p.m. - 6 p.m.
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