IRevelar.com Reveals Affordable Gallery Photography

March 4, 2009

ATLANTA, March 4 /PRNewswire/ — Naomi Silva Gallery has recently revealed
its new venture, IRevelar.com, offering weekly limited edition prints by
leading photographers. Employing the catch phrase “Courageous New Art
Revealed”, IRevelar.com will present archival quality black & white and color
photography by photographers with inventive conceptual and distinctive

“I’m inspired by businesses that are making fine art available to a larger
segment of the population through exploring new pricing structures,” says CEO
and proprietor Naomi Silva. Her experience, background, and instinct in
discovering and revealing great new work have earned Naomi’s eponymous art
gallery a distinctive reputation. “The artists to be featured will no doubt
help expand this new ‘affordable art’ market.”

IRevelar.com will feature two prints by a new photographer each Wednesday
at Noon. The public will have an opportunity to buy the prints in three
different sizes. “I think there will be an excitement factor involved as new
work is posted online, because once the edition is sold out, it will never be
available again,” Naomi speculates.

IRevelar.com’s debut photographer is David Swann, a self-taught
artist-photographer-writer living and working in Atlanta, Georgia and Pari,
Italy. In 1985, David was the first photographer to be accepted into the
prestigious Salon des Artistes Independants in Paris, France, since the
group’s inception in 1887. His two prints “Flora in Magdalene’s Garden” and
“Ode to Edna St. Vincent Millay” are available exclusively on the website.

About IRevelar.com and Naomi Silva Gallery

Revelar is a Spanish word meaning “to reveal” or “to develop”. Born out of
her passion for the art of photography, Naomi Silva conceived of IRevelar.com
as the first of many steps towards placing a stronger emphasis on the
photographic arts through her gallery. This notion has best been reflected by
the representation, throughout the years, of a very diverse group of

Featured work in her gallery has included the large digital photographs by
renowned designer, Vicente Wolf, taken during his travels throughout Asia and
Madagascar; photographs by the Colombian photographer, Leo Matiz, of Frida
and Diego Rivera during his stay in Mexico in the 70′s; work by the
internationally recognized sculptor and photographer, Patrizia Guerresi;
Luciana Abait’s contemporary Swimming Pools; and Italian photographer Ezio
mannequin studies. The gallery’s inaugural show featured the
photography of Guillermo Kahlo, Frida Kahlo’s nephew.


SOURCE IRevelar.com; Naomi Silva Gallery

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