FREEMONT, CA – July 15, 2014 / – Kajal Zaveri is pleased to announce that three of her abstract pieces have been accepted into a juried group art exhibition titled “Summertime Fun Recycling”, to be held at Expressions Gallery in Berkley, CA from July 19th to Oct 3rd , 2014. The three pieces chosen were, “Wide Open”, “Soft Summer” and “A Clear Day”, all are part of her abstract landscapes work.
The gallery show, through different mediums of art, brings together 60 International and local artists, to address the issues of global warming, climate change, vanishing species, pollution etc. and what we can do about these environmental threats to our lives by recycling, re-purposing, developing and using clean energy, and increasing our consciousness about these rapidly emerging threats to our planet.
This show has sponsorship by the City of Berkeley, given the importance of issues being addressed, and also to acknowledge the work of the various artists in the show and to welcome Evelyn Roth, who is an eco-arts pioneer from Australia.
The artist reception will be held on Saturday, July 19th, from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM, and the exhibition is open from July 19th to October 3rd, 2014. The Expressions Art Gallery is located at 2035 Ashby Ave, Berkley, CA. Additional information about the gallery and the show is at their website at www.expressionsgallery.org
About the Artist:
Kajal Zaveri was born in India and currently resides in California. She has worked in various corporate positions for many years, however since the last few years, she has been pursuing painting as a full time career. She is largely a self-taught artist who enjoys the lack of rules in art, which makes her work free flowing, uninhibited, bold and colorful. Her medium of choice is oils and her painting style is a mix of abstract and semi abstract portrayals of nature, with a fresh, modern rendering, of something familiar, and known, yet abstract enough for modern sensibilities.
Her artwork resonates with celebration and joy. The subject matter of her work is largely inspired by nature; this could be the boundless horizons or the wide uninterrupted landscapes, the magnificence of the deep, blue, ocean water, the beauty of the changing seasons, towns dotted along the unending coastlines and ocean fronts, and many such wonderful, special encounters that she has on a daily basis and gets to translate onto canvas. The colors and styling of her pieces evoke that sense of gratitude, joy, amazement, and wonderment that she feels every day and that is what she aspires to share with the viewer. Her work can be found at various private collections, both is the USA and internationally.