I was always drawing when I was younger, ever since I can remember. I especially loved drawing horses as a child. Now I am a painter, focusing on the medium … Continue reading
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.
My “Family Album Series” is about trying to capture that fleeting sense of familial connections through the time-bound things that many families collect to spur those memories– snapshots, old linens, and sometimes buttons and other sewing notions.
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