Vein of Silver, recent works by Randy Antley, are being featured at the gallery restaurant 300 Senate. The 21-piece show opened July 8.
Antley honed his artistic predilections and unique techniques in New York, drawing energy for his tightly constructed abstracts from the neon lights of Time Square and the dense population he negotiated en route to pulsating urban clubs where he was in demand as a pianist.
Back home, he has been part of Columbia’s local art scene for many years, painting primarily on commission. His one-man show includes luminous silver-veined abstracts and whimsical portraits, warm landscapes reminiscent of Tuscany, and pensive still lifes. The vibrant abstracts that have attracted a loyal Antley following will also enliven 300 Senate’s foyer, the featured artist gallery.
Antley’s work will be on view through July, during restaurant serving hours, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Friday. More of his work can be seen at 1572 Sunnyside Drive, Columbia, SC where he is represented by Don Clark of Art in a Nutshell,.
By popular demand, the exhibition BridgeWorks will remain on view in 300 Senate’s dining area through the summer.
The gallery restaurant 300 Senate receives no commissions on art sold or brokered. All art on display is for sale, and all communications should be made directly with the featured artists.
For information on participating as an artist, contact Dupre Percival, 803-381-1786; information can be found at www.duprecatering.com.