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One Zen Place Art Gallery
is open during season
Wednesday-Saturday
12 Noon - 6 PM

(November through April)

One Zen Place Art Gallery
is open off-season by appointment
(May through October)

To request a gallery appointment,
please call our Reservation Line:
772-907-5555

Art Gallery is open year-round
to guests before and after
live performances at One Zen Place.


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PATH DOORS
48"x60" Canvas
©Amy Dyson 2018 | One Zen Place

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ENSO
16"x40" Canvas

©Amy Dyson 2018 | One Zen Place

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The One Zen Place fine art gallery in Vero Beach exhibits the artwork of Amy Dyson and her art protégé.  The gallery of art is comprised of paintings, sculpture, and works on paper. Mediums included are oils, natural minerals, watercolors, sumi-e inks, granite, marble, stainless steel, and rare woods.  Adjacent to the gallery is Amy Dyson's art studio where guests may also view works-in-progress.

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24KT GOLD ENSO
24"x24" Canvas
©Amy Dyson 2018 | One Zen Place

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FLOW
Möbius the Sculptor
Stainless Steel & Granite
©Amy Dyson 2018 | One Zen Place

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HIDDEN ANGEL
Möbius the Sculptor
Marinace Granite and Mahogany wood
Height 36"   |  Width 30"   |  Depth 21"

©Amy Dyson 2018 | One Zen Place

"My protégé, Möbius the Sculptor, was working on a granite Angelfish sculpture when I told him about how I love the way that Angelfish tend to hide from you within the seagrass. They tilt up slightly and look straight at you as if saying, "You can't see me, right?"

The magnificent way the seagrass gracefully curves around the Angelfish with the flow of the tide and the amusing attempt to be hidden from view within the seagrass creates a naturally beautiful and elegant underwater scene.  I worked with Möbius regarding the angled tilt of the granite fish and how the movement of the seagrass should flow around the Angelfish and a few months later...VOILA!"

—Amy Dyson

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Art Historian-Etiologist Amy Dyson has been researching prehistoric art and creating Upper Paleolithic reproductions for museums, libraries, and private collectors for over 30 years.  Many of her scientific art discoveries stemmed from comparative analysis across eras, regions, and cultures.  Her field work on multiple continents resulted in an extensive understanding of aesthetics and the fundamental nature of art and human creativity.  Dyson is presently completing research for, "The Study of Homo aestheticus: The Artistic Human" and is set to publish her studies with the Smithsonian Institution and the French Ministry of Culture in 2019.

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The diversity of Dyson's artwork is clearly evident, as her oeuvre excels in a wide variety of styles within several genres. Her private patrons have been collecting Dyson's work continuously throughout her career and she is currently painting commissions reminiscent of Rembrandt ('J.S. Bach' in oils) and Leonardo da Vinci ('The Three Graces' in oils), as well as the abstract expressionist works of Helen Frankenthaler ('Natural Question' in oils) and the brushstrokes of John Cage ('Enso It Is' in sumi-e inks).  With an art research background encompassing 40,000 years of art history, Amy Dyson offers art collectors distinctly original art of which developed from her studies of the masters throughout human history.

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Within her painting and sculptures, Dyson explores original processes through embodied cognition that are pioneering in style and lean toward minimalism and expansive space.

"It has always been natural for me to enter a painting and be within it—whether I  am painting it myself or simply contemplating someone else's work." —Amy Dyson

Dyson's range and multiplicity within her works of art is of note.  Her paintings that speak of quiet tranquility hang alongside paintings with significant movement.  Having studied with masters all over the world, she has developed a fondness for the strength and expressive grandeur of the single brushstroke.  Within her gallery, One Zen Place, there are many works with economy of line alongside complex, hyper-realistic paintings.  Dyson prefers to create art with the freedom to exemplify whatever subject or style that she senses "in the present moment", which is her prevailing criterion for art and life.