nima veiseh

This Weekend: 5 Creative Things To Do

Let's get right down to it.... Since # 1 is OUR awesome Brookland Creative event TONIGHT, I'll throw in an extra: 

1. Brookland Creative TONIGHT at 728 Lawrence St NE [link]
2. Fathom Gallery presents Nima Veiseh TONIGHT from 6-10 pm [link]
3. WPA opens HOTHOUSE VIDEO by Brandon Morse at Capitol Skyline TONIGHT from 6-8 pm [link]
4. YOUNGPAYNE & The Kids Table present: Color Me Collaborative FRIDAY 6-9 pm [link]
5. FLOAT opens at Transformer SATURDAY from 6-8 pm featuring the work of four unique artists [link]
6. ALL WEEKEND: Mid City Artists Open Studios... Amazing art, great people and a chance to buy from the artists [link]

I know... Lot's to do on Thursday but that gives you time to relax this weekend and enjoy the sunshine! See you at #brooklandcreative 

Bringing the Art in DC to You, 

Elizabeth

NIMA VEISEH AT FATHOM GALLERY

 On May 15, Fathom Gallery will host NY transplant, Nima Veiseh’s opening for his first solo show in Washington, DC. The gallery, located above Fathom Creative (1333 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005) in the heart of Logan Circle, opens its doors to periodic art shows by local and established artists. The show, featuring 12 pieces of Nima Veiseh’s most recent work, will run from May 15th to May 29th.

WHAT:                 Artist Showcase featuring Nima Veiseh

OPENING:             Thursday, May 15, 2014 6:00 – 10:00 PM

EXHIBITION:          “Superscapes”

WHERE:                Fathom Gallery, 1333 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005

HOURS:                10:00 am – 6:00pm

The Enigma of New York (E.O.N), Nima Veiseh will show the works that he says “give me the freedom to try and become something more than myself.” His work is a reflection of the world in motion as interpreted as both an artist and scientist. The goal for this body of work is to transcend the forms that more often than not divide us, and focus on the textures and colors that create harmony.

Fathom Gallery has been working with and facilitating events for the arts community since 2010. Having hosted several art shows and related events, Fathom Gallery invited Nima Veiseh to kick-off his upcoming show with a three week live painting event at the 14th Street storefront. Other past shows include, Sean Hunter, Corcoran Design, Brian Petro and Fabiano Amin.