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IX Gallery inaugural show to include Julie Bell, Hajime Sorayama, Greg & Tim Hildebrandt and dozens more

IX Arts, organizers of the annual IX Festival, have announced that their newest venture – IX Gallery – will launch its first show on June 15th. Featuring more than 50 artists and over 100 works of art, the IX Gallery Inaugural Show will run through August 14th, 2017. Prices for work will range from $1000 to over $25,000, and they also guarantee that you will not see any IX Gallery piece offered for sale at a lower price for at least a year after the end of the show in which it appears.

IX Gallery is the first virtual art gallery dedicated to contemporary imaginative realism. Structured like a brick and mortar gallery, IX Gallery will feature an ongoing series of group and solo exhibitions.

Following their Inaugural Show, IX Gallery will present solo shows with David Palumbo and Richard Bober before the annual IX show takes over through the end of the year with the organizer’s IX 10 Encore exhibition.

IX Gallery Inaugural Show Artists include Linda Adair, Samuel Araya, Julie Bell, Shaun Berke, Brom, Armand Cabrera, Jeremy Caniglia, Dan Chudzinski, Kinuko Y. Craft, Felipe Echevarria, Bob Eggleton, Craig Elliott, Jody Fallon, Scott Fischer, Teresa N. Fischer, Marc Fishman, Annie Stegg Gerard, Justin Gerard, Donato Giancola, Lars Grant-West, Rebecca Guay, John Harris, Michael C. Hayes, James Herrmann, Richard Hescox, Stephen Hickman, Greg & Tim Hildebrandt, Greg Hildebrandt, Luke Hillestad, Patrick Jones, Rich Klink, J. Anthony Kosar, Vanessa Lemen, Don Maitz, Gina Matarazzo, Matt Mrowka, Aaron Nagel, Tran Nguyen, Ryan Pancoast, Lucio Parrillo, Colin & Kristine Poole, Colin Poole, Mark Poole, Rob Rey, Forest Rogers, Larry Schwinger, Dave Seeley, Hajime Sorayama, Matthew Stewart, Bryan Mark Taylor, Vince Villafranca and Chet Zar.

The IX Gallery website is live now at ixgallery.com. The artists section and the artwork for the June show will go live at 8 pm EST on Thursday, June 15th, but in the meantime you can learn a bit about the gallery, view upcoming shows through next April, and sign up for the IX Gallery mailing list.

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