Eric Aho December 23 2016The DC Moore Gallery in New York will present Eric Aho: Inflection Point opening on January 5th with a public reception January 12th. The exhibition, on view through February 4th, focuses on two on-going series of works—Ice Cuts—shown last year at Dartmouth College’s Hood Museum of Art and reviewed by Sebastian Smee, and—Mountains—which has not previously been exhibited. A catalogue will be available. Also, the Boston Globe has just named last winter’s exhibition Ice Cuts at the Hood Museum one of the standout exhibitions in New England for 2016, which will be the first time showing this body of work in New York City. Join Eric Aho at the opening on January 12th, 2017.
SUSAN ROTHENBERG 2016 November 15 2016
Eleven new paintings by Susan Rothenberg mark her first show of new work in 5 years, and her 11th solo exhibition with the gallery, Sperone Westwater, NY, NY, November 4 and continuing through December 20, 2016.
A detail of Red Bird (2014) imaged here hints at the vivid and arresting color of her expressive oils. Visit speronewestwater.com for more details.
Beneath the Surface: Barbara Fracchia October 19 2016
Examining color and form both above and below the Pacific ocean, Barbara Fracchia's new oils are featured in Beneath the Surface, a solo show at Montserrat Contemporary Art Gallery, NY, NY, beginning October 6th through the 31st. Barbara is pictured here on opening night beside her work "Fishing for Answers."
Award-winning Artists in Oyster Bay, NY October 01 2016
The recipients of Vasari Classic Artists' Oil Colors prizes, in the 5th Annual Plein Air Competition at Sagamore Hill, are pictured here and their winning paintings below.
From left: Tony Winters, Patricia Watwood, and Dean Adams
Tony Winters, First Place tonywintersfineart.com
Patricia Watwood, Second Place patriciawatwood.com
Dean Adams, Third Place deanadamsartist.com
TEACHING STUDIOS PLEIN AIR COMPETITION September 30 2016
The Teaching Studios of Art held its 5th Annual Plein Air Competition at Sagamore Hill on September 23 & 24
It was our pleasure to sponsor three prizes for this juried event celebrating the North Shore landscape at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site in Oyster Bay, NY.
Tony Winters, the 1st place winner, is pictured here at work on his painting.
Devoted to teaching traditional techniques to artists of all ages, the Teaching Studios of Art in Oyster Bay offers classical art classes and workshops throughout the year on Long Island. Visit teachingstudios.com
Award-winning Artists in Tahoe City, CA July 27 2016
The recipients of Vasari Classic Artists' Oil Colors prizes, in each event of the juried North Lake Tahoe Plein Air Open, are pictured here with their successful paintings. To view more work click on the links to their websites:
Trina Gold, First Place in the Main Competition trinagold-fineart.com
Sarah Lam, Second Place in the Quick Draw Competition boxerwoodfarms.com
Nataliya Tyaglo, People's Choice-Tahoe City Wine Walk NataliyaTyaglo.com
North Lake Tahoe Plein Air Open July 27 2016
We were delighted to offer prizes in support of this year's North Lake Tahoe Plein Air Open, hosted by North Tahoe Arts, in Tahoe City, CA June 13-18
Visit NorthTahoeArts.com for how this vital non-profit has been promoting and supporting the arts in the Tahoe-Truckee communities for over 25 years.
Espial : JANE SWAVELY April 23 2016
Espial, a new series of paintings by Jane Swavely opened April 21, 2016 at A.I.R. Gallery. Suffused with the play of color, light, and space, this new body of work uses the language of romantic landscape painting as it shifts between zones of abstraction and narrative. On view in their Gallery 1 through May 22, and during DUMBO's First Thursday Art Walk May 5, 2016 from 6-8pm
A.I.R. Gallery, located at 155 Plymouth St., Brooklyn, NY, is an artist-run organization advocating for women in the visual arts since 1972.
GEORGE SCHMIDT November 19 2015New Orleans painter George Schmidt, and his George Schmidt Gallery & Studio in historic Julia Row, have been a cultural treasure in the heart of his native city for over 35 years.
Visit his website at www.georgeschmidt.com to witness history and narrative painting come alive as he walks us through his May 2012 solo exhibition at the University of Louisiana in a series of YouTube videos.
Watch the full documentary of this exhibition Satire, Scandal, and Spectacle: The Art of George Schmidt, or select individual clips in which this highly accomplished painter, printmaker, and jazz musician offers engaging insights into each of his paintings, delving into the details of subject matter and process.
Mark Lovett - Painting the Mona Lisa October 09 2015Upon being commissioned, artist Mark Lovett embarks on a journey to recreate one of the world's most famous paintings..."Mona Lisa" by Leonardo da Vinci! Shown here is the first session(underpainting), and the seventh session of painting(refining the face).
View the in-depth article http://marklovettstudio.com/painting-the-mona-lisa/ on his website at: marklovettstudio.com
THE ART OF THE STUDY: TRACY BURTZ October 07 2015
Examining the dialogue between her finished paintings and their nuanced studies, an exhibition of new work by Tracy Burtz opens October 10th, 3-5pm, at The Rye Art Center Gallery, 51 Milton Rd., in Rye, NY through November 21, 2015.
Atlanta Fine Arts League September 22 2015
"Celebrating a Decade of Fellowship and Fine Art", the Atlanta Fine Arts League held its 10th Anniversary Exhibition Reception on Saturday, September 19th at The Art Station-Big Shanty in Kennesaw, GA.
Four recipients were awarded gifts courtesy of Vasari Classic Artists' Oil Colors. Pictured here (left to right): Dede Collicot, Liz Rietz, Trisha Selgrath, and Kathleen Ryan.
For further info on the AFAL visit: http://www.atlantafineartsleague.org
Lisa Yuskavage at the Rose Art Museum September 12 2015
Opening September 12, LISA YUSKAVAGE: THE BROOD surveys 25 years of oil painting by the internationally acclaimed American painter Lisa Yuskavage. On view through December 13, 2015 in the Lois Foster Gallery of the Rose Art Museum, at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, her solo exhibition will travel next to the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis, MO, January 2016.
A new book, "Lisa Yuskavage: The Brood: Paintings 1991-2015," has been published by Rizzoli to accompany the retrospective show of her work. Several New York events are scheduled for October around this comprehensive volume at both the New York Public Library and the Strand Bookstore. Please visit www.brandeis.edu/rose or yuskavage.com for more details.
Lisa Yuskavage March 27 2015
An exhibition of new works at David Zwirner in New York marks her fourth solo show with the gallery.
"SELFIES" February 19 2015
Raoul Middleman's solo exhibition, "SELFIES" containing over 50 years of self-portraiture now on display in the Maryland Institute College of Art's Meyerhoff Gallery until Sunday, March 15.
To commemorate the four-hundredth anniversary of the death of El Greco, the Metropolitan Museum and the Hispanic Society of America are pooling their collections of the work of this great painter to provide a panorama of his art unrivaled outside the Museo del Prado in Madrid.
Janet A. Cook: "She Depicting Her" November 06 2014
A group show featuring five women artists...Reception held at the Alex Adam Gallery Saturday, November 15 from 6-8 pm.
Visit http://www.alexadamgallery.com for more details on this exhibition.
"Sherrie McGraw: Then and Now" October 09 2014
The Butler Institute of American Art located in Youngstown, Ohio, the nations's first museum dedicated exclusively to American Art, will present "Sherrie McGraw: Then and Now", this Abstract Realism Artist's first comprehensive retrospective of figurative and still life works, on view from September 28 to November 30. The exhibition will spotlight nearly 80 classical paintings and drawings spanning her career of over three decades, from her early days as an art student in New York City to her present-day life in Taos, NM.
Two special events with the respected instructor and author Sherrie McGraw will be held at the Butler Museum October 11 and 12. The first is a portrait painting demonstration conducted by McGraw in the museum's Beecher Court on Saturday, October 11 from 1 to 4 p.m., followed by the artist's reception on Sunday, October 12.
For more information this event, please visit www.butlerart.com
For more insight on Sherrie McGraw's life and works, visit her website at www.sherriemcgraw.com
Artist Guild Presents Taos Workshop 2014 September 16 2014
With a focus on Life Drawing, Still Life, Figure, Portrait, and Landscape, the Artist Guild will conduct a six-day workshop in Taos, NM, at the Blackstone Ranch from Monday, September 29th through Saturday, October 4th.
Master Artists from the Guild David A. Leffel, Sherrie McGraw, and Jacqueline Kamin will provide instruction in these classic disciplines for traditional oil painting, along with guest artist Gregg Kreutz.
Please visit the official website of the Artist Guild at www.brightlightfineart.com for further information and future events. Jacqueline Kamin and Sherrie McGraw are pictured at right, during the 2013 Portrait Society of America's conference, The Art of the Portrait, in Atlanta, GA.
Messages From The Wounded Healers September 13 2014
Sam Scott's current exhibition, Messages From The Wounded Healers at the Center For Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe, NM displaying a series of large paintings he began following the traumatic events of 9/11 and continues through November 2, 2014.
Opening reception was held August 22 with great response for this renown abstract painter, featured on the cover of our current catalogue showing a work in progress at his studio. To the right is opening night at Sam's summer of 2013 show Four Tides, Four Decades at the Yares Art Projects also in Santa Fe.
Please visit the website www.yaresartprojects.com for more about his fascinating career and an archive of his storied work, past and present.
The show of self-portraits by 36 artists, Perception of Self, at Forum Gallery opened on October 4, and is on view through November 10, 2012, with work both instant and insightful. Mostly paintings in oil but also other media, plus drawings and several sculptures this intriguing exhibit made clear the challenge of self-portraiture to achieve more than a likeness captured in a particular moment and move towards a fuller revelation of self and the essence of one’s work.
This was a Thursday Gallery Night on 57th Street event at the prestigious Forum Gallery on Fifth Ave., in New York City, and it was crowded. Present at the opening was painter and long time customer and friend Jimmy Wright. He’s pictured here beside his pastel, Self No. 4, included in the show. See more of his great work and accomplishments at www.jimmywrightartist.com
Standing to the left of Jimmy is good friend and fellow alumnus of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, David Sharpe, another of our long time customers. Please see a wonderful display of his work at the website of the Carl Hammer Gallery in Chicago.