An artful abode featuring a cozy plush sofa from ABC Carpet & Home. Works by Tara Donovan, Katherine Bradford, Marina Adams, Marilyn Minter, and Barbara Takenaga complete the modern space. 📷 by Alexandra Rowley
When I decided to do a NYC Solo (May 2019), I wanted to include some NYC scenes, so Central Park was an obvious place to start.
While I have now painted several cityscapes, Bethesda is my favorite place to be.
The warm tones of the stones used on the plaza are made even more beautiful when cast in the raking light of afternoon.
This tightly cropped view of the stairs is a stark contrast to the usual expansive views that include the fountain and pond, and is a study in light and shadow. ~
“Bethesda Afternoon,” 16 x 20 , oil on linen
Research trip at @metmuseum for Michael Eade’s @eggtempera upcoming exhibition! Vibrant wall colors in European galleries of MET highlight the presence of artworks! Every detail is a thoughtful curatorial decision. Guess what will we choose for our upcoming show ❓❓ Look forward to the new walls!
Здесь должен быть красивый пост о том, как это прекрасно и захватывающе - писать абстракции маслом.
На самом деле все было не так. На самом деле я просидела час, пытаясь спасти попорченный (мной же) морской пейзаж на закатном солнце... и после очереди неудавшихся попыток, я просто психанула и замалевала его всеми цветами, которые были на палитре 💁🏽♀️
Вот вам и абстракция.
Не очень поэтично, зато честно😂
This post serves a big "thank you" to everyone who came and celebrated the Finissage to Kevork Mourads exhibition "Fears and Dreams" with us and as reminder to all of you that didn't have the chance to stop by that we're also open this Sunday from 1-6 pm! ☺️ Photos: Alexander Bondar
Along with four solo shows opening this weekend, stop in Glyndor Gallery to look at Figuring the Floral — and read the @riverdalepress review:
“Floral imagery sometimes, in a decorative sense, is just seen as nothing beyond face value,” (Wave Hill curator) Jeng Lynch (@eileenj8) says. “But the artists in this gallery space in the show (are) really unpacking important issues both personal, but also dealing with either the current political climate or global issues, (and) makes you think about things in a different way.”
Click the link in our bio to check out the full article!
Photos: Stefan Hagen
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival! 🎑🥮
Fou Gallery is pleased to present past is present is future, egg tempera paintings and porcelain sculptures by Michael Eade. @eggtempera This is Eade’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, showcasing work that explores the broad themes of creation, rebirth, renewal and the cycles of life. Welcome to the artist's talk and opening reception on September 21, 4-8 pm!
#rfrart | Brooklyn-based painter Katherine Bernhardt, whose work was featured at the Lever House in 2017, pulls inspiration from everyday objects and from her travels in Oaxaca, Mexico and Puerto Rico, often including tropical and exotic elements in her large scale work. #rfrrealty
# Hashtags don't work in my posts anymore! After visiting studio of local sculptures, I posted photo of her sculpture (upside-down semi-nude female body) in my 'Story' and received msg from Instagram about being reported for indecent context , nudity, barebreast and nipples posting...I guess lots of Greek and Roman classic sculptures and post renesance art are not proper today as well as romantic revivalists art of 19th century could get one in trouble in social medias. I did post also semi-nude marble sculpture from Sotheby's auction, so- which one was off of moral compass of instagran I have no info, might be both. Hopefully I will get replay from Insta soon. That was 2 days ago and still experiencing troubles with my posts, hashtags still don't work! Hoping this post is proper in eyes of censorship algorithm.