Joseph O’Neill presents Urban Abstract, a new photography exhibition running from March 1 to March 25 at the Phoenix Gallery, 548 W. 28th St., 10001.
New York-based photographer Joseph O’Neill, whose work has appeared in U.S. Embassies In Muscat, Oman and Riga, Latvia, will present his work at a new show in the Phoenix Gallery on New York City’s West Side.
Inspired by Eugene Atget’s style of capturing the simplicities of everyday life, and Man Ray’s unique combination of photographic realism and artistic surrealism, O’Neill’s work captures elements of New York City that are urban and industrial in tone. Rather than trying to make things beautiful, he seeks the deeper truth beneath the first impression. “I simply don’t accept the limited view of the first look,” he says. “When I take a photograph, I never know what I will find. But if I’m quiet; if I’m patient; if I let the subject do the talking; I nearly always discover something—a story that wants to be told.”
"Quantum" Joni Gruber Manna Gallery Tuscaloosa, AL March 1 - 31, 2017
Joni Gruber will be showing 10 encaustic monotype collage works in this solo exhibition at a gallery space near the University of Alabama.
(Project Space Guest Artist) re:artiste international art organization includes Park McGinty November 10 - 22, 2016
Park's work was selected to be part of the International Art Competition "Show Your World" by Re:Artiste. The competition includes artists from 47 countries. His work and others were electronically projected on the wall and the top winners had their work installed in the gallery. The show is hosted at GalleryMC, NYC.
"Making Your Mark" Encaustic Art Institute Gallery Santa Fe, NM September 21 - October 23, 2016
Joni Gruber's encaustic monotype "Matter Stream" was chosen for this exhibition by Juror David Limrite. The opening reception will be Sept 30, 6-8 pm. The gallery is located at 632 Agua Fria St, Santa Fe, NM.
Help Me Make A Difference by Pamela Flynn Posted on August 1, 2016
We all have a voice. My voice on Gun Violence is Considering Harm-a traveling art project. Please support this exhibit-come to the gallery, tweet the exhibit out, post of FB. Gun Violence in our communities is not THEIR issue – it is OUR issue!
Cloud Gallery | Star Li Exhibition "Lens in My Eyes" Opening Reception Review July 1, 2016
经过半个月的精心准备，云图画廊在6月24日上周五的傍晚举行的Star Li 个展《晶状体 LENS IN MY EYES》开幕酒会，迎来了本次画展的第一批观众。
ORANGE— An art movement aimed at fighting gun violence has come to New Jersey. After stops in NYC, Philadelphia, Frederick, Md., and Alexandria, Va., artist Pamela Flynn has partnered with HANDS and other community groups to bring "Considering Harm" to Orange, a city that has been grappling with a spike in gun violence this year.
"Lens in My Eyes" Star Li Solo Exhibition June - July, 2016 Opening Reception: June 24, 6:00 - 8:00 PM Cloud Gallery 66 W. Broadway, NYC
"Legal Vows" Art Exhibit by Pamela Bennett Ader June 20, 2016, 7:00 pm OUT Hotel 510 West 42nd St., NYC
Joni Gruber was chosen as a winner in the 4th 2016 ArtSlant Prize Competition in the Abstract category. Her encaustic monotype "GMO 03" is featured on the Abstract Showcase page.
(Project Space Guest Artist) Examiner "Artist spotlight: Ellen Silberlicht" by Meagan Meehan May 15, 2016 Ellen Silberlicht began her art career after receiving her BFA in Ceramic and Ceramic Sculpture from Rochester Institute of Technology through the School of American Crafts. She created some avante garde fiber works which she sold internationally through the America Craft Council shows making her living until she accidentally fell into teaching. Having never wanting to enter that field, Ellen learned that she had a passion for sharing her artistic knowledge with others. She has been a high school art teacher, mainly teaching pottery, for the last 16 years. This has given her the summers to work on her own art, but it has limited her ability to jump back into the art world until recently. This week, Ellen Silberlicht spoke to the Examiner about her experiences working as an artist and her hopes for the future.
Anti Gun Violence Art Project June 2 - 29, 2016
Pamela Flynn will have an exhibition "Considering Harm" at Kelli Copeland Creative Lofts located at 400 South Jefferson, Orange, NJ 07050. Opening Reception will be June 2, 6:00 - 8:00 pm.
In collaboration with Soho Photo Gallery, RE:ARTISTE hosts Chinese Art Night with artist Dongze Huo who will give an art workshop on Chinese Ink Painting in collaboration with Chinese artist Miao Zhao.
The artists will show the basics of this Chinese art practice of brush painting - the technique that continues to fascinate contemporary artists. Simple beauty, harmony, serenity and tranquility may be discovered in a symbol, a bird or a landscape. The participants will be able to draw and take home their own artwork in Chinese Ink created with this technique.
Artist talk and a conversation over beverages are part of the event. Fee: $20. All art supplies are provided. WHEN: April 21, 6:30 pm WHERE: Soho Photo Gallery, 15 White St. RE:ARTISTE International Art Organization (founded in 2012) is an online and live events platform for amateur and professional artists to be seen by curators, buyers, and art enthusiasts. Its goal is also to use art to connect people of diverse cultures and origins. More information at www.reartiste.com
"The stated goal of New York City-born, Portland, Maine-based painter Elise Ansel is “re-creating, re-visioning, and re-presenting” paintings from the past. Subjects of her bold re-renderings have included Édouard Manet’s “Le Déjeuner sur l’herbe” (1863), Nicolas Poussin’s “Flight into Egypt” (1657), and Caravaggio’s “The Taking of Christ” (1602)."
Painter Elise Ansel storms the boys’ club, confronting Old Masters to create her wildly abstract paintings.
"Spelunking into the male-dominated canon, artist Elise Ansel wields paint like an explorer might use a flashlight to illuminate the dark corners of a cave. Known for her abstract riffs on Old Masters, Ansel tackles art history’s hegemonic, and often misogynistic, narrative through reinterpretation. The Maine-based painter’s latest body of work, which is on view until April 17 at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, addresses a piece she encountered while exploring the on-campus collection: Annunciation by late Flemish Renaissance painter Denys Calvaert."
"Neither satisfied nor happy with the over-emphasis on realistic painting techniques at China’s traditional art academies, Huo Dongze (霍 东泽), like many young Chinese artists, left the comfort of China for a new place far away across the Pacific Ocean for the sake of artistic freedom. Yet, when he first arrived at Academy of Art University in San Francisco in 2011, the conflict between his educational environment and his art practices did not disappear. Overwhelmed by language barriers and cultural shock, he struggled to embrace the profound conceptual art education at his new school. Turning uncertainties and conflicts into motivation, Huo was encouraged to experiment with new media and themes."
"The painter remakes a classic scene with brushy bravado in this small show that runs through April 17. Elise Ansel’s “Distant Mirrors” is a small show in which the painter presents a series of drawings and paintings that comprise a sort of visual investigation of Denys Calvaert’s “Annunciation” (ca. 1595) owned by the Bowdoin College Museum of Art."
Monochrome Photography Awards announces winners of Mono Awards 2015 Competition London, UK (30 January 2016) – Photographer Joseph O'Neill of United States was Awarded Honorable Mention in Abstract for the winning entry "Refraction 2" at prestigious Monochrome Awards 2015 Competition honouring Black & White Photography. The 2015 Monochrome Awards received 7212 submissions from 79 countries around the world. Winning images were selected by panel of international judges, including: Allison Barnes, Katarina Balgavy, Claire A. Warden, Anna Filipova, Rebecca Cairns, Ted Preuss, David Fokos, Roman Loranc, David Johndrow, Stefano Brunesci, Tomasz Lazar, Dominique Bollinger, Andre Brito, Giacomo Brunelli and Martin Stavars.
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