"Hoferer's works on paper, made from graphite and thousands of small squares of glossy strapping tape, are emblematic of the show since, behind the minimatlist visuals, a set of rule-based logic exists. The resultant imagery resembles snowflakes, textile patterns, or molecular structures. Patterns shift and change as you move toward them, and seem to disappear or reappear in systematic variations."
MAD celebrates the fifth anniversary of its move to 2 Columbus Circle with the special exhibition Re: Collection, on view from April 1 to September 7, 2014. The exhibition will survey Chief Curator Emeritus David McFadden’s sixteen years at MAD through objects acquired during his tenure. During McFadden’s years at MAD, the permanent collection has grown from 800 objects to more than 3,000; In the past 5 years alone, since MAD’s move to 2 Columbus Circle, approximately 730 objects that exemplify the imaginative transformation of materials have been added to the collection.
Julia Randall says she is "45 going on 12," an apt summation of her current artistic inspiration on view at Real Art Ways in Hartford.
In Randall's newest series of drawings, chewing gum, blown bubbles transform an innocent but disposable pleasure into a fragile sense of skin and bodily organs.
THROUGH SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 2014
NEW YORK, NY.- Garvey|Simon Art Access presents FRAGMENTS, a group exhibition featuring works by J. Ivcevich, Ray Kass and Sandy Litchfield. The show will run from December 10, 2013 – January 11, 2014, with an opening reception on December 12, 6-8pm.
Drawing with silver, gold, copper and mixed media; an old technique - new concepts curated by Sherry Camhy.
December 4, 2013 to December 23, 2013
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Susan Schwalb is currently exhibiting at Garvey Simon Art Access in New York thru November 2. The renowned silverpoint and metalpoint artist’s work has been exhibited internationally in museum and gallery exhibitions since the 1970s. She generously shares with LFF about being a part of the revival of the traditional technique of silverpoint drawing in America and how her process has evolved, how her work relates to feminism.
An artist’s approach to line and color perpetually dictates the feelings that their artwork will evoke from viewers. It is a critical facet of the aesthetic process that grants complexity to art and sets styles apart. This is one reason we often find mid-career and established artists rigorously developing their craft, even after they hit a career peak. With that in mind, we explore exhibitions in New York City showcasing recent work by Bill Scott and Susan Schwalb, two passionate artists who continue to capture the attention of the selective art world with their arresting artwork.
NEW YORK, NY.- Garvey|Simon presents Susan Schwalb: Spatial Polyphonies, an exhibition highlighting Schwalb’s newest explorations with mixed metalpoint drawing. This will be Schwalb’s 10th solo show in New York and her first with Garvey|Simon Art Access. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, October 3, from 6-8pm; the artist will be present. A color catalog is available with an essay by John Yau.
New York, NY - The Jane Hartsook Gallery is pleased to present the work of Massachusetts-based artist Christopher Adams. This work represents the culmination of his 10-month residency at Greenwich House Pottery. Christopher is a prolific artist whose work focuses on flora and fauna exhibiting a mastery and affinity of material and glazed surface.
"The first fantastically pliable medium we ever enjoyed sloppily sculpting with our teeth, molding around our gums, and blowing joyful pockets of life into, is the perfect subject matter for artist Julie Randall, whose entire body of work teeters between mystical and marvelously grotesque.
“Blown,” her most recent series, is a deep meditation on, yes, chewing gum: it’s strange shapely pleasure, born from a certain oral fixation which moves beyond youth and into darker more cryptic mouths."
"I never think of the grid as a restriction. I see it as an enhancement. It contains my work in some way, but ultimately gives me freedom."
Artist Peri Schwartz creates among the hustle, bustle of downtown New Rochelle
Professor David Morrison, widely-known in the printmaking world, is had his first solo exhibition of drawings in New York City at Garvey | Simon Art Access Gallery in Chelsea. Challenging the idea of what is cherished in nature by celebrating the beauty of the overlooked and the imperfect, the exhibition, titled Spring Microcosm, ran from March 6 to April 6, and featured exquisitely rendered colored pencil on paper drawings of broken branches, peeling sycamore bark, bug-eaten leaves and flower buds.
Capturing the Essence of Spring through art:
"Spring Microcosm," a new exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist David Morrison open now at Garvey Simon Art Access in Chelsea.
This exciting exhibition of drawings captures the beauty in overlooked natural creations, broken branches, eaten leaves and colorful blossoms with a rare awareness that you don’t want to miss!
Debuting in February, 2013!
January 4 – February 16, 2013
Carroll & Sons
Garvey Simon Art Access is proud to announce the addition of Mary Reilly's graphite drawing "Breezy Point 3" into the New York Historical Society's art collection.
“...[the mouth] is the body’s critical site,
where we eat, speak, bite, kiss; it is both
ferocious and tender.”
Julia Randall. Ohhhhhhh lordy. Her drawings are so erotic, so human and so intense I feel like I need to take a shower after I look at them. Gestalt psychologists might just have to renounce their beliefs when they see the parts as depicted by Mrs. Randall. Step into her mind below:
Forbes, Inc. and members of the Forbes publishing family assembled vast collections of properties, historic documents Faberge eggs, wine, and artwork - including dozens of plein air paintings of their favorite places. Although some of the properties have been sold, Christopher Forbes has no regrets as a temporary custodian of these treasures.
"Demand for new alternative arts spaces on the rise" - Elizabeth Garvey
Garvey | Simon Art Access, LLC was founded in early 2010 by sisters, Elizabeth K. Garvey and Catherine Garvey Simon. Both having a passion for fine art, they realized that together they could share their enthusiasm for art and their knowledge of the fine art industry with those interested in collecting.