My parents gave me a camera when I was 14, and I was immediately hooked. I loved the way the camera could select and isolate a particular moment and place. I got the feeling that this might allow me to express something personal.
A few weeks ago we celebrated the life of Vicki Behm, our beloved artist-colleague at the gallery, who passed away in February.
More of what we’re working on and showing this fall. We are busy! ∧ Downtown Manhattan showcase for Gail Flanery, Karen Gibbons and Ellen Chuse Ongoing, take advantage of our … Continue reading
The fall art-show scene is in full swing and here’s where we are at: ∧ 440 pops up at BrooklynWorks at 159 We’re pleased to partner with this neighborhood co-working … Continue reading
Here’s a roundup of what some 440 Gallery artists have been working on: ∧ Richard Barnet’s been summering in Maine, getting all that good coastline and rocky shore out of … Continue reading
Here’s more to the roundup of what some 440 Gallery artists have been working on: ∧ Susan Greenstein has had a most productive few months, as only a teacher can … Continue reading
Artists have always treasured the opportunity to travel to new locations to make their art. As a way to grow artistically, many of us seek the stimulation of a new … Continue reading
by Amy Weil When I was in art school, I was aware of only a couple of artists who were working with encaustic paint and I dismissed the medium as … Continue reading
by Leigh Blanchard These past few months have been a time of reflection for me. After graduating from school and decompressing after a grueling, yet rewarding year of thesis- I … Continue reading