Ingrid Dee Magidson is pleased to announce the representation of her work in the prestigious Bel-Air Fine Art Worldwide galleries. With 14 galleries in important art centers and resorts such as Paris, Geneva, St. Tropez, Gstaad, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai, Bel-Air Fine Art has firmly solidified its importance in the art world.
I can’t tell you how excited and honored I am to have my work being shown by such important art galleries: Gstaad, Europe, the Middle East; I’m overwhelmed!
-Ingrid Dee Magidson
Bel-Air Fine Art Worldwide founded in 2004 by Francois Chambanian, opened its first gallery in Geneva, Switzerland then continued outwards to galleries in Europe and into the Middle East. The 14 galleries exhibit contemporary masters as well as the most exciting cutting edge work being seen today; always with a flare for the most unique and outstanding artwork in the world. When one walks into a Bel-Air gallery, one walks into the future of art.
Ingrid’s work is currently showing in the Bel-Air Gstaad Gallery, located in the Gstaadplatz, promenade 25-27, open 10am – 7pm (winter season), www.belairfineart.com for more information.
Ingrid’s new book, Madness of the Muses – the Art of Ingrid Dee Magidson is in print and available!
From the back cover:
Ingrid Dee Magidson’s art career began just over six years ago. In that brief time, she has had 15 solo exhibitions (most of those sellout shows), a museum exhibition, her work included twice at the Hermitage Museum Foundation Gala in New York City, numerous magazine features and a loyal international group of art collectors which include: the Alpina Gstaad, Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith and Jackie Bezos. The Madness of the Muses is a richly illustrated look at the life and work of this rising art star. Magidson’s unique style combines the poetic paintings of the Renaissance with contemporary and antique materials to form works of sublime beauty. Each piece is imbued with a sense of spirit, as if time has stopped and we are looking at people long gone, but brought back to life in Magidson’s extraordinary work. One collector describes his experience:
It is as if the artist has compressed 500 years into a single work of art. These few fragile layers of antique objects, paint and butterflies are arranged in such a way that I can see into the very depths of a stranger’s soul. I begin to pull away, but I can’t stop looking.