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McDaris Fine Art

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PHONE: (212) 518-7551
ADDRESS: 623 Warren Street, Hudson NY 12534
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Website: www.mcdarisfineart.com 


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.

Additionally fine art framing at competitive prices is available. 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.

Graphic design services are offered through McDaris Consulting with offices in New York City and Hudson New York at the gallery location. Follow the link provided for more information.


Shown: Work by Kim Bach, War Horse (detail), 2014, 48" x 80" (bottom) and Laetitia Hussain (top)

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11/17/2015

McDaris Fine Art Opening This Saturday

Join us this Saturday, November 21 from 6 to 8pm for the opening reception of our latest exhibit featuring works by Barney Bellinger, Patricia Powers, Martin Katzoff, Kim Bach, Ken Polinskie and Maude White. The exhibit will run from November 21 through December 28, 2015. McDaris Fine Art is located at 623 Warren St, Hudson, NY. For more information please call 212.518.7551 or visit mcdarisfineart.com
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05/18/2015

Mark Wasserbach at McDaris Fine Art

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MARK WASSERBACH
NEW SCULPTURE


Opening Reception: Saturday, May 23 6-8PM
Exhibit runs from May 20 through June 21, 2015

Gallery hours are 11:30am - 5:30pm Wednesdays through Mondays and by appointment.

McDaris FINE ART is located at 623 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. For more information please visit www.mcdarisfineart.com or call 212-518-7551.

Image: Untitled III (Voyager), 2015, approx. 46x42 inches, wood, iron, paint

04/14/2015

Exhibition Opening at McDaris Fine Art

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Save the Date!
New Paintings by Keith Batten & Trevor Hunter

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 18 from 6 to 8pm
Exhibit runs from April 16 through May 17, 2015

McDaris Fine Art is located at 623 Warren Street in Hudson, NY. Gallery hours are 11:30 am to 5:30 pm Wednesday through Monday, and by appointment. For more information, visit mcdarisfineart.com

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Top Image: Keith Batten, Dusk (Thicket Series), 2015, enamel and oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches
Bottom Image: Trevor Hunter, Untitled I (Joyous series), 2014, 40 x 40 inches, acrylic on canvas

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

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
mcdarisfineart.com
[email protected]

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

06/03/2014

Exhibit - Mark Wasserbach, New Work

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An exhibit of new work by Mark Wasserbach opens June 7 and runs through July 1 at McDaris Fine Art, 623 Warren Street in Hudson NY.

An opening reception will be held on Saturday, June 7 from 6 to 8pm.
All are invited to attend.

04/29/2014

New Exhibit at McDaris Fine Art

Rosalind Shaffer & Tony Thomposon
Opening Reception:
Saturday May 3, 2014 from 6 to 8pm Meditation Meditations on Spring, Rosalind Shaffer's new collection of ceramic works is a dazzling show of mastery and imagination. Garbed in raiments that evoke forms found in nature, meditative figures exude quiescence and inspire repose. Vases and vessels are collared in organically-shaped frills, or glazed with delicate soft-white or celadon that reflects the new-born coloration of the season. Like Spring itself, this ethereal collection of works is bliss manifested.

P1.13acrylic_rug Elisions brings together works by Tony Thompson is disparate media that are completely reflective. Two landscapes turned on their sides drift into one another linked by their substrate and a shared, cloudy sky. Oriental carpets leak colors from their warps and wefts forming bright or patterned "spills". The collection visually quotes Aristotle ("the whole is greater than the sum of its parts"_, underscores the mysterious quality of creative experiences, and describes artists as alchemists.

McDaris Fine Art is located at 623 Warren Street in Hudson, NY.
For more information call (212) 518-7551. The George In Us-d2

02/25/2014

Treasures from Steepletop

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Currently on display at McDaris Fine Art is an exhibit curated from the collection at Steepletop, poet Edna St. Vincent Millay’s country house in Columbia County.

The exhibit was recently highlighted in an article in the Register Star. The article states, "Rare photographs, personal effects, art and artifacts, some of which were being displayed for the first time, showcased the poet’s home life and outlook, perhaps painting her in a new light for some."

Beyond the Poetry: Treasures from Steepletop will be on display at McDaris Fine Art until March 2. The gallery is located at 623 Warren Street, Hudson, NY.

Photo: David Lee

10/13/2013

Other Worlds at McDaris Fine Art

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A new exhibit has just opened at McDaris Fine Art. Other Worlds brings together three accomplished, mid-career artists whose works are cerebral, spiritual, and abstract to varying degrees. They make invisible worlds visible. The exhibit runs from October 4 through November 4.

David Eustace’s paintings manifest experiments, observations, and projections. Elements of mysticism and magic are signposts that mark the coming of a momentous event. Each work can be seen to have its place in a succession from order to complexity and chaos. These mixed media paintings have been exposed to outside weather conditions for lengthy periods of time so they are literally records of change. They conflate the Middle Ages with our own moment in history. As a collecion of works, they foreshadow a period of radical tranformation where, ironically, ancient ages are reborn within them.

Patrick Keesey’s paintings and drawings sandwich two and three dimensions to effect airy, architectural structures or dense , teeming shapes built up by a distinctive mark making. They are all the more extraordinary for their process involving drawing while acutely focusing on the subject alone. Inherently theoretical, they explore drawing as a highly analytical practice as well as a meditative one. Their palettes are complementary to the drawing technique to the extent that they appear to have selected themselves. They disassemble the natural world and put it back together intriguingly and tenderly as a portrait of late day, a puzzle, rumination, poetry.

There is an intense, palpable introspection in Joseph Stabilito’s paintings. Astonishing flora and fauna are suspended in space the parameters of which are defined emotionally and psychologically. Shapes emerge from an atmosphere punctuated by lines curving in on themselves. Light spills onto the canvas in splendor, searches the deep, glows incessantly, or is remarkably absent. These paintings are not afraid to be beautiful which, in turn, underscores artistic strength, confidence, experience. They make visible the psychological crucible in which individuality is forged, and through which all of humanity is linked.

For more information visit www.mcdarisfineart.com.
Top Image: Joseph Stabilito, Dark Before, 2010, acrylic on canvas, 72 x 60 inches

05/22/2013

Wasserbach @ McDaris Fine Art

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Opening Reception at McDaris Fine Art

MARK WASSERBACH - In a Perfect World
New Interior & Environmental Sculptures
623 Warren Street
Saturday May 25, 2013, 6:00 - 8:00PM 
Show runs through June 30, 2013