Monday, July 23, 2018

Solo Exhibition "Reflections on the City"

Out of the blue, an unexpected and wonderful opportunity. I was offered a solo exhibition during the month of August by Chashama, an organization providing venues for artists all around the city in which to exhibit. Of course I jumped at this chance to show a large body of work in a spectacular space in midtown Manhattan. Granted the "dog days of August" are so named for a reason, but I know there are plenty of people wandering around Manhattan who might, just might be interested in seeing paintings of the New York urban landscape, or at least I hope so.

I plan to exhibit 36 paintings in this large and well-lit street level space located at 485 Madison Avenue between 51st and 52nd Streets from August 3-29 with a reception on Wednesday, August 8th from 6-8pm.

There is a tremendous amount of work to be done in a very short period of time but this artist is up to the challenge.

If you are in NYC please stop by to see my exhibition, "Reflections on the City."

Here is a link to the Chashama website with more information.

And here is a link to a write-up in Fine Art Connoisseur's Fine Art Today Newsletter

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