QUINT CONTEMPORARY ART
Quint Contemporary Art (QCA) was founded in 1981 and has been a fixture on the San Diego art scene ever since. The gallery exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture, installations, drawings and prints by both emerging and established artists. QCA is located at 7547 Girard Avenue, La Jolla, CA. To contact the gallery please call
858.454.3409 or by e-mail at info@quintgallery.com. For more information visit www.quintgallery.com.
QUINT CONTEMPORARY ART
QCA is pleased to share that artist Kelsey Brookes (@kelseybrookes) has created an egg sculpture for Fabergé’s Big Egg Hunt New York. The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt is the world’s biggest egg hunt, with over 260 egg sculptures individually created by leading artists and designers. The top 30 egg sculptures, Kelsey Brookes’ egg included, will be sold at a live Sotheby’s auction on April 22nd. All proceeds raised from The Big Egg Hunt New York will benefit two charities: The Elephant Family and Agnes Gund’s Studio in a School. Brookes’ egg has been featured in The New York Times in the Fashion & Style: On the Street section (pictured on the top right portion of the photo collage). For more info, visit thebigegghunt.org or @TheBigEggHuntNY. #TheBigEggHuntNY #kelseybrookes #eggsculptures #elephantfamily #studioinaschool (at Quint Contemporary Art)
Bill Cunningham of the New York Times reporting on the the exciting Big Egg Hunt presented by Fabergé. The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt is the world’s biggest egg hunt, with over 260 egg sculptures individually created by leading artists and designers. QCA is pleased to share that artist KELSEY BROOKES has created one the of the egg sculptures! The top 30 egg sculptures, Kelsey Brookes’ egg included, will be sold at a live Sotheby’s auction on April 22. All proceeds raised from The Big Egg Hunt New York will benefit two charities: The Elephant Family and Agnes Gund’s Studio in a School. 
A fantastic photo by Tim Hardy @mrhardy from last Saturday’s Opening Reception of Kim MacConnel’s solo exhibition, “Luft Gesheften: The Value War.” #kimmacconnel #openingreception #luftgesheften  (at Quint Contemporary Art)
Brian Wills, “Untitled (Grey, black and white wedge),” 2014, enamel and single-strand rayon thread on basswood, 24” x 32” x 14” #brianwills #wedge #thread #sculpture (at Quint Contemporary Art)
QCA is pleased to show a solo exhibition titled “Luft Gesheften: The Value of War,” featuring artist Kim MacConnel. Here is a sneak peek of the exhibition at the gallery. Please join us for the Opening Reception tomorrow, Saturday, April 12th from 6 to 8pm. We look forward to seeing you there! #kimmacconnel #openingreception #luftgesheften  (at Quint Contemporary Art)
Throwback Thursday to Kim MacConnel’s retrospective, “Collection Applied Design: A Kim MacConnel Retrospective,” at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (@mcasandiego) from October 2010 - January 2011. Come by this Saturday for the Opening Reception of MacConnel’s solo exhibition at the gallery, “Luft Gesheften: The Value of War” from 6-8pm. #tbt #kimmacconnel #mcasd #openingreception
Irene Lechowitzky of the Los Angeles Times describes San Diego as a "treasure-trove of dynamic, free outdoor art installations that the casual visitor might easily overlook. These pieces, by big-name artists as well as lesser-known talents, are easily reachable and, in some cases, just steps from tourist spots." Highlights include artwork by Roman de Salvo, The Murals of La Jolla, MCASD, and the Stuart Collection to name a few.
Kim MacConnel’s “money” collages from 2005 are small tableaux’s which use American dollars and other currency, such as Afghan afghani and Vietnamese dong, in the shapes of fighter planes and bombs. Join us this Saturday, April 12th from 6-8pm for the Opening Reception of our upcoming exhibition featuring KIM  MACCONNEL titled “Luft Gesheften: The Value of War.” #kimmacconnel #moneycollage #artilleryexchange (at Quint Contemporary Art)
Visit the gallery today for the final day of the ROBERT IRWIN exhibition. And have a lovely weekend! #robertirwin #finalday #lightandspace (at Quint Contemporary Art)
"In a world saturated with spectacle and the kind of augmented reality made possible through the digital, Irwin’s work, by contrast, raises critical questions about the fundamental nature of how and what we perceive and the value of ‘looking at and seeing all of those things that have been going on all along but previously have been too incidental or meaningless to really enter into our visual structure, our picture of the world.’" -Donna De Salvo, "Robert Irwin Whitney Museum of Art Exhibition Catalogue," 2013, pg. 2.  (at Quint Contemporary Art)