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Joan Lurie at Chashama

image-9000   Joan Lurie at Chashama 300 W30 St, NYC Artist Statement My interest is in exploring ways of building structural forms in ceramics. Many ideas for the forms come from architecture while the inherent organic quality of the clay always brings the work back to soft forms more reminiscent of biological and natural ...

Art and Wine – Mike Sorgatz at Brooklyn Oenology

image-8997 My painting “Through the Forest” is featured on the label of the newest release of Brooklyn Oenology’s Motley Cru wine. To celebrate I’m having a solo show at their Tasting Room located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn at North 3rd Street and Wythe. The show consists of 12 works in a variety of ...

ADAA 27th Annual Art Show at Park Avenue Armory

image-8990 The 27th Annual Art will be at the Park Avenue Armory this year. This is the show that's organized by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA). There are 72 galleries represented this year and they'll be showing solo, two person and themed exhibits. It's a great place to see ...

NOVELLA at SALON ZÜRCHER, NY

image-8987March 2 - March 8, 2015 Opening Reception - Monday, March 2nd, 5-8PM AMY BRENER BRIAN WOOD ZÜRCHER GALLERY 33 Bleeker Street New York, NY 10012 Brian Wood. Locks, 2015, Oil on wood, 9 x 12 inches http://www.galeriezurcher.com/salon-zurcher/2015-new-york/

Artist Profile: Toni Silber-Delerive

image-8980Artist Statement My aerial-view paintings represent diverse places and spaces of the contemporary landscape seen from an above ground perspective. The flattened surface planes convey the textures of abstract space enhanced by compositional aesthetics and skillful use of color. From the elevated position of high-rise buildings and helicopters, my images of cities and towns, factories and ...

Taxonomy 23: Displacement

Artist Paul Baumann was accepted to do an installation for the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His new piece, Taxonomy 23 forms of encounter (memory, afterimages, histories): Displacement is his largest art installation to date, custom designed for the Academy’s historical building in upper Manhattan. The sculpture is 12 feet ...

Howl at Novella Gallery

image-8974 Alicia Gibson, Words Should Be Seen Not Heard, 2015 HOWL February 13 - March 8, 2015 Opening Friday February 13, 7PM ALAN CROCKETT  CLARA CROCKETT ALICIA GIBSON First published in 1956, Allen Ginsberg’s seminal poem “HOWL” remains an incessant hallucinatory chant on the American psyche.  Through a similar lens of excess and depravity today, we focus on the insatiable ...

Single – A Valentine’s Day Art Event

image-8971  'Single' – is a curated art exhibition and an evening of readings, performance and stand-up comedy that delve into the experience of being single. The event will also feature Single Postal Service, drinks and a DJ after-party. In the recent decades building a life as a single person has become more ...

Chroma Is Key at University of Bridgeport

image-8967 University of Bridgeport’s Schelfhaudt Gallery will host an exhibition called: “Chroma is Key (freedom from the grey)” Reception opens on Friday, February 13th Reception: Feb 13th-, 2015 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Bridgeport, CT The Schelfhaudt Gallery will exhibit the work of six artists (Brooklyn, New Haven, Bridgeport) who pull vibrant colors into their work. Color can depict the natural ...

Last Day – Ryan Williams, Monsters & Landscapes

image-8963 Through painting, video, and photography Williams’ Monsters & Landscapes explores the beautiful and destructive relationship between humans and nature. Curious about mankind and nature’s capacity to create and destroy, Williams created this series as an exploration of the duality in our natural world. Fueled by the desire to discover and understand ...
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