“ART EVERY DAY BUT NOT EVERY DAY ART” EXHIBIT

In our online exhibition, “Art Every Day But Not Every Day Art” (November 28-December 13), ARTISSEUR presents the works of two contemporary artists - digital artist Melissa A. Lambert and abstract photographer Steven Silverstein. HOW IT WORKS: Every 24 hours during the exhibit, the artists will release one of their works for sale. There are very limited quantities and purchases are first come, first serve, below. Check back frequently - it’s like walking into our gallery and seeing something new each day! Or sign up here for daily emails during the exhibition and less frequent announcements in the future. If you have any questions about the art please don’t hesitate to contact us.


 SUPERGRAVITY (2016) BY MELISSA A. LAMBERT © 2016 Melissa a. lambert

SUPERGRAVITY (2016) BY MELISSA A. LAMBERT © 2016 Melissa a. lambert

WEDNESDAY 11/28 - MELISSA A. LAMBERT: “SUPERGRAVITY”

Melissa A Lambert is a self-taught artist who creates using a digital drawing tablet and a variety of other digital tools. Her process involves reading books on science while listening to music on random. Everything from classical to blues to opera, singer-songwriter, and French rap, affects how she produces her artwork. She is influenced by visual artists such as Kahlo, Kadinsky, Klee, Rothko, Van Gogh, Dorothea Tanning and Remedios Varo, as well as by the fantastical discoveries of particle physics, superstring, brain, biotic theory, and Eastern spirituality. Melissa has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in Los Angeles and Japan, and in 2014, received a commendation by West Hollywood City Council for 1st place in “Find Your Roots” International Juried competition. Her work is in the collections of prominent art and celebrity collectors.


WEDNESDAY 11/28 - STEVEN SILVERSTEIN: “RICOCHET I”

Steven Silverstein creates abstract photographs in-camera using experimental light techniques, not by post-production retouch, computer manipulation or chemical processes. These non-objective works, often composed using space, shapes and symbols, have a painterly quality when viewed in-person that toys with the viewer’s perceptions of medium and method. Steven began his photographic career in Los Angeles before spending decades in Paris as a leading, award-winning fashion photographer. His photography has been included in more than a dozen books and museum exhibits throughout the world including at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, La Venaria Reale in Turin, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo in Seville, and Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal, and is held in important collections in the United States and Europe.

 “Ricochet 1” (2014) by steven silverstein. © 2014 steven silverstein

“Ricochet 1” (2014) by steven silverstein. © 2014 steven silverstein