For Immediate Release, February 25, 2011
Sky High Gallery presents
New work by Stacey Rozich
March 4- April 17, 2011
Their will be no opening reception for this exhibit but please note that Sky High Gallery will be open extended hours on Gallery Night, April 15 from 7-10pm
Press contact: Faythe Levine, firstname.lastname@example.org
Print images available upon request
Sky High Gallery: www.skyhighmilwaukee.com
Stacey Rozich: www.staceyrozich.com
Location: 2501 S Howell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207 (414) 483-2585
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 12-7 // Saturday 11-6 // Sunday 12-5 // Closed Tuesdays
Sky High Gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibit in Milwaukee by up and coming Seattle based artist Stacey Rozich. This show will feature 14 new framed paintings that conjure feelings of spiritual folk tales and ritual. Curator Faythe Levine is excited to bring the mystery and detail of Rozich’s work to Milwaukee. This body of work is the perfect end of winter show when the mid west is getting ready to explode out of hibernation and into spring celebration.
Rozich was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and studied Illustration at California College of Arts in San Francisco. Aside from a booming career as a gallery artist Rozich has recently completed a number of illustration jobs including the cover design for Seattle based band Earth, which was mentioned recently on NPR.
“The inspiration [from my work] comes from cultures all over the world and my research is key to keeping my ideas and story lines fresh. Not only is there evolution in the stories, but I see it in the sharpening of my technical skills in each piece I do.” -Stacey Rozich
This exhibit is in conjunction with "Cautionary Tale" a group show curated by Andrea Avery at the UW-Milwaukee Union Art Gallery UW Milwaukee where Rozich will have additional pieces from her collection from March 4- April 1st.
Sky High Gallery opened in 2010 tucked into the back of Sky High Skateboard Shop (both operate with the same hours) in the Bay View neighborhood. Through May 2011 you can view the third installation of the Temporary Mural Project featuring Colin Matthes. Viewable 24 hours a day but best seen in daylight the Temporary Mural Project is located on the east facing wall on Howell Ave. Past Temporary Mural Artists have included Alyssa Schulte and Kimberly Weiss. Murals run for 3 month increment's. All events and exhibits are coordinated and curated by Faythe Levine unless otherwise noted.
Upcoming: Installation by San Francisco artist Monica Canilao, May 2011