Elaine Lorenz Ceramic Sculpture Exhibition in Piermont, New York

Organic Abstractions: Ceramic Sculpture by Elaine Lorenz.  An exhibit of work from several of the artist’s series;  including new pieces and the full scale pattern used for the bronze casting of ‘Élan Vital’, that was commissioned for the Piermont Pier and donated to the village. Includes indoor, outdoor and wall pieces. Reception 10/06/2019; 2-5pm.  The OUTSIDE IN, Piermont NY.



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Friday, November 8th, 2019, from 6-9pm


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Peter Strasser in The Chair Show at ArtsWestchester


Peter Strasser is in the juried exhibition, The Chair Show, at ArtsWestchester, 31 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY. The show is on view from October 1 – 19, 2019. Gallery hours are Tue – Fri, 12-5pm & Sat 12-6pm. The opening reception is Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 4-6pm. RSVP is encouraged.

The Chair Show explores the creativity, forms and art of seating. At center stage is the chair, endlessly recast as luxurious or austere, regal or intimate, straightforward or ironic.

Featured here, Peter's Timber Slab Chair 2019: H 7’6” X W 4’ X 5’6. White oak and Maple.

Sarah Haviland in 3 Shows in the Hudson Valley Fall 2019

Sarah Haviland, collage spread from  Arc of the Moral Universe: A Notebook Project

Sarah Haviland, collage spread from Arc of the Moral Universe: A Notebook Project

Sarah Haviland is participating in several Fall exhibitions in the Hudson Valley, including Arc of the Moral Universe: A Notebook Project at Croton Library (discussion Sept. 22), The Chair Show at ArtsWestchester (opening Sept. 28), and Natural Progressions at Rockland Center for the Arts. The Notebook project will travel, so look for updates on future venues.

Aima Saint Hunon installation at Under the Oven Gallery

Under the Oven Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of LOULAPOP, an immersive multimedia installation by artist Aima Saint Hunon in collaboration with lighting designer Emmanuel Gambin. Saturated in light, color, and sweetness, Saint Hunon’s LOULAPOP constructs a fantastical world predicated on gender equity through sensual play. Saint Hunon flirts with material and symbolic duality, apposing bronze figures and spritely 3D-printed forms, oil paintings with trance-like illuminations, ecstatically uniting themes of feminine power and sacred masculinity.

Opening Thursday 9/12 6-9pm @ Under the Oven Gallery, 98 Rivington Street, NYC.

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Judith Peck Environmental Sculpture TSUNAMI in Leonia, NJ

Judith Peck's Environmental Sculpture TSUNAMI on view at SCULPTURE FOR LEONIA, located at the corner of Station Parkway and Fort Lee Road in Leonia, New Jersey. Created in fiberglass and resin, painted in acrylics, and supported with iron rods on a 5-section wood base. The sculpture measures 20 feet long by 7 feet high and 6 feet deep. MORE INFO: www.sculptureforleonia.org

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June Ahrens Profile in Connecticut Art Review

June Ahrens’ studio in Stamford, CT, July 2019. Photo: J. Gleisner

June Ahrens’ studio in Stamford, CT, July 2019. Photo: J. Gleisner

Studio Visit | June Ahrens

Large sheets of reflective Mylar covered the floor of June Ahrens’ studio, casting thin, white ribbons around the walls. As the afternoon light shifted in the space, the reflections began to resemble the shimmering surface of a pool or lake with ripples of water, yielding a predictable sense of calm. Suspended from the ceiling were over two hundred wire and rope strands interspersed with knotted bundles representing flowers and thorns in a “symbolic garden.” Some were loose and sprawling, while others seemed tightly bound like a nest. These elements comprised a mock-up of Ahrens’ upcoming installation How Many Tears Are Enough? at the University of Connecticut’s Stamford Gallery, opening this October. READ MORE

Crashing the Party Exhibition Presented by The Sculptors Guild and LIC-A

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Crashing the Party, curated by Barbara O’Brien, presents a wide range of interpretations of and responses to the idea and ideals of gender equity, from breaking the “glass ceiling” to political, social, physical, and conceptual ideas. This exhibition features work from sculptors who are questioning and expanding their use of materials, forms, concepts and experiences. The Sculptors Guild in partnership with LIC-A is interested in supporting a creative platform to expand and broaden opportunities for all sculptors. “What’s now?” and “What’s next?”

Exhibition on View: July 25 – August 25 2019 at The Plaxall Gallery (Map)

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 27, 6-9:00pm | Closing Reception: Sunday, August 25, 2-5:00pm with Artist Discussion at 2:00pm


Eric David Laxman completes first NYC Commission

Eric David Laxman has completed "Concentric Conversation", his first NYC commission for the lobby of the Helena Building, a high-end luxury apartment complex owned by the Durst Organization and managed by CHASHAMA. David was selected in an open competition for artist proposals.

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