Taking Chances: AleatoricArt Gallery to beat the odds at RED DOT Fair During Art Basel Miami

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This year, AleatoricArt Gallery will present 5 selected chance-based painters, photographers and sculptors whose most recent creations and latest techniques will be on display November 30 Through December 4. All of the artists will attend the Opening Reception, held on Tuesday, November 29, 6-10PM in the RED DOT tent to benefit ARC Broward. Get tickets and VIP passes at http://aleatoric.co

Allan Rodewald, Ted Lincoln, JB Bond, J. Coleman Miller

Selected Artists Allan Rodewald, Ted Lincoln, JB Bond, J. Coleman Miller

Call it a fluke, a stroke of luck if you like, but there’s no question about it: there is a movement afoot.

Call it a fluke, a stroke of luck if you like, but there’s no question about it: there is a movement afoot. AleatoricArt Gallery is a Houston based gallery and collective of 33 selected international artists who allow the laws of physics to guide their creative vision, seeking out art born of natural causes and daring to leave some things purely to chance.

RED DOT Fair is an all booth fair, located across the street from Art Miami and next to Scope and Art Asia. At this Midtown Miami location there is ample parking shopping and fine dining to serve the art public, creating an art fair mecca. Last year, Red Dot Miami had over twenty thousand visitors attend their thirty thousand square foot venue, hosting fine photography, painting, sculpture, works on paper and more, as chosen and presented by USA and international art dealers. http://reddotfair.com

Selected Artists

Allan Rodewald
Rodewald's experimentation and versatility with a wide variety of traditional and cutting-edge artistic techniques, styles and mediums coalesce to sire yet a new take on aleatoric art. A kind of choreographed chaos or directed entropy make his brand of aleatoric abstraction both accessible to the uninitiated while permitting him to stretch further than pure aleatoria alone- by slightly narrowing the gamut of possibility, Rodewald reveals a delicate serendipity that unbridled pandemonium would obliterate.

Ted Lincoln
Hidden within dry white paper and wet black ink, there is art held in suspension. From deep within the heart of his aleatoric muse, Ted Lincoln draws out cloudbursts of blinding darkness and billowy nether worlds of hidden light in a cacophony of contrasts created with harsh industrial materials that seem incongruous with the transcendent beauty of his images.

JB Bond
Around the center of the periodic table, JB Bond finds the elements that inspire his heavy metal urges- the hard metallic substrates he uses extreme temperatures and immense force to manipulate in the creation of his stately and graceful artwork, which appears both ancient yet timeless in form and finish.

J. Coleman Miller
Somewhere between representation and abstraction, J Coleman Miller's highly stylized photographic prints find a new kind of surrealist expressionism. Composed with a digital camera and the rippling water of a Koi pond, the mysterious images of J Coleman Miller evoke wonder and delight without allowing us to fall victim to our usual inner censor who squelches the child in us and casts judgement based on what is known. Miller's art invites us to see what we don’t yet believe.


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