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New York July Exhibit: Max Hammond

Contemporary artist Max Hammond finds words as inviting as paint, offering pathways to explore worlds that didn’t previously exist, prompting emotional responses or sparking new interests. Complex and layered both in approach and concept, Hammond’s latest works are inspired by a quirk in the English language he enjoys, the Contronym.  In his upcoming show, The Contrary world of …

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New York June Exhibit: Peregrine Heathcote

Figurative artist Peregrine Heathcote’s charming and stylish aesthetic ventures on a transformative journey in his latest mini-series, En Route. Inspired by vintage posters from the golden age of travel, Heathcote brilliantly fuses his interests in contemporary classic couture met with refined elegance and poise, as each character embarks on their journey. Each scene serves as a study in …

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Michael Carson

New York June Exhibit:Michael Carson

Sitting under the Italian sun, Negroni in hand, Michael Carson revisits his time spent in Florence and manifests his memories onto the canvas in his latest series, “If These Walls Could Talk”. This historic city’s architecture, language, and culture, combined with Carson’s love for people watching, masterfully blends present-day with old-world character. Travel to a …

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New York March Exhibit:Gail Morris

The rebirth of secret bars during our recent shut down piqued the curiosity of contemporary artist Gail Morris who set out to discover several of these 90-year-old establishments just before they were raided and closed. In her latest series, “Speakeasy” Morris takes us on a journey to a simpler time when a symbol on a playing …

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New York March Exhibit:John Schieffer

Contemporary artist John Schieffer’s latest exhibit, Beautiful Things, highlights the importance of the relationship between color and design. To emphasize the rich and vibrant pops of colors that innately bring the work to life, Schieffer will often use an off white or charcoal black background, allowing the colors to capture the audience and evoke an …

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New York July Exhibit: Max Hammond

Change is inevitable. The philosopher Heraclius pointed out that “life is flux,” that everything constantly shifts around us, and since the very nature of life is change, to resist this natural flow is to resist the very essence of existence. In other words, if we don’t change, we don’t grow; and if we don’t grow, …

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New York June Exhibit: Peregrine Heathcote

In these new works, Peregrine Heathcote recalls his distinctive imagery, drawn from luxury lifestyle, fashion and iconic places. The narrative and the formal language of the scenes are inseparably linked to classic cinema and to old-style advertising.    Travels are central in Heathcote’s art. In these works the focus is on the journey, which is explicitly …

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