2016 Exhibitions

Art of Daniel Itzler

DECEMBER 5, 2015 - February 27, 2016 DANIEL ITZLER At 80 years old, Daniel Itzler walked into a gallery in Italy and witnessed a Joan Miro up close for the first time. It was his “aha” moment. Despite never picking up a paint brush, he was so inspired by the beautiful art, that upon his return home he began experimenting [...]

Fifty

DECEMBER 3, 2016 - January 28, 2017 ISABEL PEREZ Creating the exhibition “Fifty” is my way of expressing my gratitude for the opportunity the United States has given me and my family to live in a strong country rich in history.” Isabel Perez was born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1973. She received her BA in Fine Art from the Cristobal [...]

The Cube

MARCH 12 – MAY 28, 2016 ANGIE JORDAN Angie Jordan is an author and a live digital caricature artist whose work has been seen at trade shows and events across the country. Not only is Angie Jordan a pioneer and teacher in the digital caricature industry, she is also a member of the National Cartoonists Society and International Society of [...]

The World According to Jim Jinkins

MARCH 12 – MAY 28, 2016 JIM JINKINS It all started with a number two pencil. And a bad day. And a doodle. Because the doodle Jim Jinkins drew to cheer himself up on that  bad day turned into Doug Funnie, a character who has touched the hearts and lifted the spirits of millions of children around the world. And [...]

Converging Divergences

DECEMBER 3, 2016 – JANUARY 2, 2017 RICARDO GARCIA MARTHA RODRIGUEZ CARLOS ZERPABZUETA RICARDO GARCIA Born in Havana, Cuba in 1961. That same year Garcia family emigrated to Venezuela where he grew up and started his studies. His passion for art lead him to study at the Hans Newman Institute of Design in Caracas under the tutelage of several of [...]

Art by J. Steven Manolis

“My paintings are a reflection of who I am at this moment in time. Therefore, they are constantly changing as I grow as a person and as an artist. I am always perfecting my work and pursuing new ways to express myself and the world around me by painting seven days a week. It is my passion.”  December 3, 2016 [...]

A Retrospective

“My art is an appreciation of the simple daily experience and the rituals we create to celebrate and validate our existence.”  September 11 – November 20, 2016 JO ANN NAVA It would be difficult to find a more culturally rich environment to grow an artist than the south Bronx in the 1950s. These early sensory impressions were akin to living [...]

An Assemblage of Spirits

December 5, 2015 – February 27, 2016 SANDRA MUSS An Assemblage of Spirits features thirty-five of Sandra Muss’ assemblage compositions which celebrate the great traditions of post-Abstract Expressionism and traditional collage, particularly with a nod to the early Pop artists of the 1960s, who were exploring a transition from symbols, recognizable imagery, narrative abstraction and images of popular culture to [...]

About Face

MARCH 12 – MAY 28, 2016 JOTA LEAL Born in a humble little town in eastern Venezuela in the mid-eighties Jota Leal began drawing and painting at a very young age and never studied fine art. He attempted to sit in class as a child of six but ran away after being forced to paint plastic fruit and empty bottles. [...]

Art of John Patrick Kelly

“For me, art is like a religion. It is a powerful love to house. It heals. It is truly a gift from the mysterious wonder that God is.” SEPTEMBER 11 - NOVEMBER 20, 2016 JOHN PATRICK KELLY The unshakable belief that all of us are here for a purpose, are equal parts of the universe, and have to use our [...]