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03/20/2015

New at Renata Fine Arts

Renata Fine Arts Features Works By Joseph Presser and Rolph Scarlett,
two Mid Century American Artists. IMG_1188 Born in Poland, Joseph Presser (1909-1967) had studios in New York City and Woodstock during the forties and fifties and continued painting through the sixties. The gallery is presenting six works on paper, done in gouache and pastels. IMG_2201 Rolph Scarlett, a well -known American artist (1889-1984), worked in original abstract--or "Non Objective" -- forms that were boldly original. The gallery is presenting three works on paper.

Renata Fine Arts is located at 428 Warren St., in Hudson NY. For more info, please visit: www.renatafinearts.com

03/11/2015

Forrest Burch Exhibit Opening

McDaris Fine Art presents
Forrest Burch: Visionary Landscapes
Opening Reception Saturday, March 14, 6-8 p.m.
On Exhibition through April 12, 2015 Burch1 Forrest Burch’s new collection of paintings vivifies the landscape in which this self-taught artist has always lived. Hallmarks of the Hudson River Valley environment – rushing waterfalls and creeks, lush forests, rocky outcroppings, golden skies – belie the existence of hidden behemoths. Forms emerge from hillsides and amongst clouds, trees converse, boulders slumber together, a forest inhales under the moonlight. Burch’s imagination transforms landscapes into titans whose futures are forever. Burch2 McDaris Fine Art & Advisory
623 Warren Street, Hudson NY
www.mcdarisfineart.com
Gallery Hours
11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday through Monday, and by appointment

01/13/2015

Photography exhibit at Carrie Haddad Gallery

For Scout, A Very Good Dog, 2013 40 x 40

Carrie Haddad Gallery presents "Photography", a group exhibit featuring an All-Star cast of established artists using various photo techniques and materials to create both abstract and representational images. On view December 17 - January 25th. Carrie Haddad Gallery is located at 622 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. For more information visit: www.carriehaddadgallery.com

Top Image:
For Scout, A Very Good Dog, 46 x 40 inches archival digital print by Lisa Frank RF 27 300px RF 27, 43 x 43 inches archival pigment print by Andrew Buck First Foliage (Bramble), 36x34_300 First Foliage (Bramble), 2009 36 x 24 inches Japanese Kozo paper infused with encaustic on 3 panels by Jeri Eisenberg

12/29/2014

COLOR, SHAPE & FORM II at Galerie Gris

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COLOR, SHAPE & FORM II
December 11th - February 5th, 2014

Galerie Gris is pleased to announce a group exhibition: Color, Shape & Form II featuring works by James Vanderberg, Lizzie Scott, Jason Karolak, Robert Cronin and Doug Clow.

In James Vanderberg's nature inspired canvases, he explores the waterways and beaches of his youth. Rooted in abstraction and color interactions, his work makes a connection between the figure and field, landscape and our place in that space. Lizzie Scott continues her commentary on the urban landscape in a series of humorous paintings that depict the language of everyday. By collaging paper and muslin on canvas she creates a trompe l'oeil effect with rich, bold fields of color. Jason Karolak makes paintings that depict vibrantly colored linear structures. He uses overall patterns, striking combinations of fluorescent hues and the layered evidence of each paintings creation to suggest dynamic expansion. Robert Cronin's new paintings on paper continue to explore the placement of color and it's immediate effect on each other. Using vertical and horizontal bars of color he creates a harmonious, lyrical patterning that is nostalgic in it's familiarity. In Doug Clow's small works on paper there is an urgency in the laying down of paint. The graphic linear brush strokes of color create depth while surrounded by white. These intimate paintings seem to suggest an archaeological find, a surprise happened upon.

GALERIE GRIS is located at 621 Warren Street, Hudson NY. For more info call 518.828.16177.

Image: Robert Cronin

12/08/2014

New at FRG Objects & Design/Art

ON VIEW & AVAILABLE

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Robert Indiana, The Golden Future of America, 1976, silkscreen, 26.25 x 20 inches

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PRINT HIGHLIGHTS 1974 - 2013


FRG OBJECTS & DESIGN / ART is pleased to offer pieces by: Robert Indiana, Robert Rauschenberg, Alexander Calder, Will Barnet, Romare Bearden, Duggie Fields, Audrey Flack, Richard Haas, Howard Kanovitz, Karl Klingbiel, Douglas Mazonowicz, Henry Moore, Hunt Slonem, Mark Tobey, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Esteban Vicente, and Jack Youngerman.


PRESS CONTACT:
Rick Gillette
[email protected]
Tel: 646.483.9109

FRG OBJECTS & DESIGN / ART
217 Warren Street, 2nd Floor
Hudson, New York 12534

HOURS:
Thursday - Monday 12-6pm
and by appointment

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11/28/2014

Peter Fox at Galerie Gris

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Galerie Gris' current exhibition of new paintings and work on paper by Peter Fox runs through December 8th.

In a group of work ranging from small 12 by 12 inch squares to larger full scale pieces, he meticulously crafts rich primary colored paintings with spontaneous and fluid compositions. Fox mixes colors by building a material construction of paint and accumulates layered pigmented lines of colored drips that impale the surface as they collide into one another from all directions. Painting with a series of invented applicators, he arranges the colors and drips the paint onto inclined canvases allowing chance and fluid dynamics a central role in shaping both the process and outcome, with the paint leading the conversation. There is a physicality in the surface of the paintings that suggests the gestural abstraction and immediacy of Action Painting. Fox maintains a careful control (through observation and repetition) of his materials that conceal the process of his creation - a multilayered and highly choreographed procedure.

AURAL2008AC10X8LR In his work Fox continues the conversation: is art an act rather than an object, a process rather than a product or is the finished painting a physical manifestation of the actual work of art? He concludes, ”The object language I engage (with a smile) is ‘Abstract Painting’.”

Galerie Gris is located at 621 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. For more information, please call (518) 828-1677. Gallery hours are Thur - Mon 11am-5pm.

11/24/2014

New Exhibit at FRG Objects & Design / Art

Joseph Conrad-Ferm

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Joseph Conrad-Ferm, It's In the Small Details, 2014, mixed media on canvas 72 x 90 in.

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OPENING RECEPTION - NOVEMBER 29, 6-8pm


FRG OBJECTS & DESIGN / ART is proud to exhibit recent work by Hudson Valley painter, JOSEPH CONRAD-FERM. This immensely talented artist produces large-scale abstract paintings bursting with visual energy. Referencing both mid-century American abstract expressionism as well as contemporary urban art; Conrad-Ferm's work has been exhibited extensively in the United States, including such prestigious venues as Highline Loft Gallery in Chelsea and Art Miami.


PRESS CONTACT:
Rick Gillette
[email protected]
Tel: 646.483.9109

FRG OBJECTS & DESIGN / ART
217 Warren Street, 2nd Floor
Hudson, New York 12534

HOURS:
Thursday - Monday 12-6pm
and by appointment

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11/19/2014

New Exhibit at McDaris Fine Art


MARTIN KATZOFF | DAVID EUSTACE
New Works: Paintings by MARTIN KATZOFF
The Way Things Sometimes: Paintings by DAVID EUSTACE

OPENING RECEPTION
SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER 6-8PM
On Exhibition through 28 December 2014

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David Eustace, The Way Things Sometimes Come to Rest, 2014, 108”h x 60”w, mixed media on canvas


David Eustace explores the processes of accretion, dissolution, and entropy in a series of new works entitled "The Way Things Sometimes." The stuff of man-made construction - rail spikes, nuts and bolts, bricks, rope - form constellations of chaos in mid-air or below water. Their trajectories point to destinations flung far into unknown celestial territory, or an inevitable surrender to gravity as they collide with earth's surface randomly and lie inert. The vastness of sky and ocean continues unperturbed while providing an infinite stage upon which humanity or its collateral "struts and frets." Each work in this collection is both provocative and consoling, and exalts the state of transformation.

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Martin Katzoff, Untitled 3, 2014, oil/acrylic ink on canvas, 78”h x 127”w


A sea of color rolls, crests, then breaks across the canvas in Martin Katzoff's new series of mixed media paintings. The sheer physicality of these works excites and overwhelms the senses. Katzoff reinvents and invigorates the mode of expressionism, making it his own with visual language borrowed from the street. For example, objects and forms begin to suggest themselves, then recede from definition beneath waves of rich gestures. This vibrant collection manifests the spontaneity, sensuality, and euphoria inherent in creativity; it beckons viewers to dive in with abandon and leave constraints and convention behind.

McDaris Fine Art represents artists domestically and abroad working in all media including photography, video, and performance art. The gallery also holds special events from time to time - poetry readings, screenings, artists’ presentations, musical performances, preservation workshops and the like. We offer consultations in collections preservation, collections database creation, art career strategies, and fine art appraisals. Please contact the gallery by phone or e-mail for more information on these services.

McDaris Fine Art & Advisory
623 Warren Street, Hudson NY
212.518.7551 gallery
518.822.9896 fax
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[email protected]

Gallery Hours
11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday through Monday, and by appointment

Darryl Hudak Exhibit at Valley Variety


Valley Variety is pleased to present a selection of works on paper by Darryl Hudak. The paintings are part of a series Hudak refers to as “Improvisational Sketch Paintings”.

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Three Sisters, 2013


Hudak creates based on what he sees. His art helps him speak in a way he’s unable and be seen in a way he can’t explain. His inspiration can come from anywhere, at any time—a puddle, a landscape or a scrap of paper; a memory, color or smell can inspire. Hudak explains, “It really is about the coming together of circumstances that allow my brain to pick up what my eyes see. “ The work comes from feelings at the moment rather than a preconceived agenda.

Hudak is influenced by many things including the desire to further a philosophy of “edit, simplify and prioritize”. He likes the unadorned essence of things as well as artful serendipitous joining of unplanned materials doing what they need to do. The paintings in this show use urethane bases, and by adding pigment, Hudak creates custom colors. The colors are made in the moment and are unique to each piece. Hudak’s work is informed by his career experiences in industrial, graphic, and furniture design and fine woodworking; as well as home design and restoration. A graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology. Hudak has taught in Bachelor of Fine Arts programs, including at Tennessee Tech University’s Appalachian Center for Craft in Smithville and Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. He lives in Brooklyn and Hillsdale, NY, and works in his studio at Brooklyn Art Space in Gowanus. Recent exhibitions include: Away We Go—Emerging Brooklyn Artists at The Curator Gallery, Chelsea, NY, 2014 and 3Walls, Brooklyn, NY, 2013.

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Aix, 2014


Valley Variety displays rotating exhibitions of contemporary artists in its expansive and airy space. The Warren Street storefront also offers a thoughtful selection of products for everyday living, along with its own line of furniture, V2 Home Collection. In addition, the space is outfitted with a chef’s kitchen and hosts product demos, cooking classes and special events.

Hours: 11am-6pm; 7 days a week

705 Warren Street Hudson NY 12534 | 518.828.0033 | valleyvariety.com

11/17/2014

New Exhibit at FRG Objects & Design / Art

PRINT HIGHLIGHTS 1974 - 2013

Jack-youngerman

Jack Youngerman, Mandala (Blue), 1980, silkscreen, 36.5 x 35.5 in

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ON EXHIBIT NOVEMBER 16, 2014
OPENING RECEPTION - NOVEMBER 29, 6-8pm


FRG OBJECTS & DESIGN / ART is pleased to offer pieces by: Robert Indiana, Robert Rauschenberg, Alexander Calder, Will Barnet, Romare Bearden, Duggie Fields, Audrey Flack, Richard Haas, Howard Kanovitz, Karl Klingbiel, Douglas Mazonowicz, Henry Moore, Hunt Slonem, Mark Tobey, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Esteban Vicente, and Jack Youngerman.

Flack

Audrey Flack, Une Bochee d'Amour, 2013, silk-screen elements, 21 x 18 in.


PRESS CONTACT:
Rick Gillette
[email protected]
Tel: 646.483.9109

FRG OBJECTS & DESIGN / ART
217 Warren Street, 2nd Floor
Hudson, New York 12534

HOURS:
Thursday - Monday 12-6pm
and by appointment

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Rauschenberg

Robert Rauschenberg, Artist Rights Today, 1976, lithograph, 30 x 22 in