Summer 2013
SAVE THE DATE - Friday, Sept 6th
Greg Haberny "Burn All Crayons"
Sept 6 - Oct 5th, 2013

"Burn All Crayons" is Greg Haberny's first-hand account of the over medication of our youth. Drawing upon his childhood experiences with dyslexia and ADHA, "Burn All Crayons" exemplifies and amplifies Haberny's concerns about society's preoccupation and over-zealous practice of prescribing pills as the panacea. His sensory overloaded installation is an unapologetic assault on the educational, medical and pharmaceutical industries. It grapples with how these industries inundate us with their advertising and marketing and 'quick-fix' prescriptions to feed their billion dollar empires. 

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Opening Reception 
Friday, Sept 6th, 2013
In This Issue
Alex Bierk, Harold Town, 2013, 
Oil on canvas, panel, 22 x 17 in

The Kingston Prize 2013 Finalist

Congratulations to Alex Bierk on being a finalist in Canada's National Portrait Competition --The Kingston Prize and his recent inclusion in the Royal Bank of Canada's corporate collection. Read more

Chris Cosnowski, Cop, cover illustration

SUPER-ficial! A Chris Cosnowski Retrospective
South Shore Arts Gallery, Munster, IN
June 16 - Sept 2, 2013

Chris Cosnowski takes center stage at the South Shore Arts Gallery for a solo retrospective of his work, part of the Art Center's Outstanding Midwest Artist SeriesRead more

New American Paintings - Midwest Issue 
"Cop" by Chris Cosnowski graces the cover of New American Paintings, Midwest Issue #107 to hit newsstands later this month. Cosnowski is among the selected artists juried by Eric Crosby, Assistant Curator at the Walker Art Center.  
Click here for a sneak peek.
Tim Okamura, Raw Potential (Slugger), 2012, 
Oil, mixed media on canvas, 36 x 48 in
The Pond, The Mirror, The Kaleidescope
Aug 20 - Sept 14, 2013

Tim Okamura is among the artists featured in The Pond, the Mirror, the Kaleidoscope, an exhibition of emerging and established painters who graduated from The School of Visual Arts (SVA) and are working in the Symbolist tradition. Read more
This Story Has Not Yet Been Told...The Work of Tim Okamura 
The Stone Center's Robert & Sallie Brown Gallery & Museum - University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Sept 12 - Nov 29, 2013 

Tim Okamura's portraits are the subject of a solo show,This Story Has Not Yet Been Told...The Work of Tim Okamura, comprised of paintings created within the last decade that have emerged from a life-long fascination with the emotionally expressive power of the human form and an intense interest in the juxtaposition of people in their environment. Read more
Fahamu Pecou, Gravity, 2013, 
Acrylic & mixed media on paper ,42 x 26 in

High Museum of Art: Drawing Inside the Perimeter
June 29 - Sept 22, 2013 - Atlanta, GA

Fahamu Pecou is currently part of the High Museum of Art: Drawing Inside the Perimeter exhibition, a group show featuring more than 45 drawings from the High Museum's permanent collection. Read more

Working Artist Project Winner - MOCA GA
Congratulations to Fahamu on his Working Artist Project Fellowship Award from the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA GA) Read more

NEW WORK "Gravity" Series
Click here to view his latest series,"Gravity" (right)
Contact the gallery for availability.

Cobi Moules, Untitled (Southwest), 2013 
Oil on canvas, 8 x 10 in
Fall Schedule 2013

GREG HABERNY, "Burn All Crayons"
Sept 6 - Oct 5th, 2013

COBI MOULES, "Bois Just Wanna Have Fun"
Oct 10 - Nov 9, 2013

"I'd Rather Die on My Feet Than Live 
On My Knees"
Nov 14 - Dec 14, 2013

Late Dec 2013 - Jan 2014

Lyons Wier Music studio

Lyons Wier Gallery is over the moon to announce our next big venture. Michael Lyons Wier, in partnership with Hanif D'Andre Brown [B'LEVE] is launching Lyons Wier Music this fall. 


Our first venture will be a photo exhibit and EP release titled "The EP Exhibition."  


Lyons Wier Gallery will work with internationally recognized photographers using their unique vision and interpretive lens to highlight and capture the production and lifestyle of the seven musicians slated to record with us over the next three months.



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