Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Opening of/at the Lower East Side Visitors Center
Last night was the opening of the Lower East Side Visitors Center at 54 Orchard. I was very pleased to be exhibiting both paintings and prints as one of the featured artists. This is one of my appropriately new york centric paintings in the show. Below some snaps from the event: the gallerist Mark Miller ribbon cutting, myself with Senator Daniel L. Squadron and Councilman Daniel R. Garodnick, and with Speaker of the New York State Assembly, Sheldon Silver.
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Labels: art, artist, Daniel L. Squadron, Daniel R. Garodnick, Lower East Side Visitors Center, Mark Miller, New York City, painter, painting, Sheldon Silver, sl shaw, susan l shaw, susan shaw
Thursday, November 18, 2010
I belong to an artist's professional group that meets monthly, the New York Artist's Circle. We exchange tips, discuss business issues and more. These are two of the outstanding artists in the group, Barbara Ellmann and Gwyneth Leech. Gwyneth and Barbara are holding some of Gwyneth's "coffee cup" drawings. You can see others on her blog, Gwyneth's Full Brew.
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Labels: art, Barbara Ellmann, Gwyneth Leech, Gwyneth's Full Brew, new york, New York Artist's Circle, susan shaw
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Margrit Lewczuk - A visit
This past Saturday I went gallery hopping in Williamsburg (Brooklyn) and one stop of the day was to see the work of Margrit Lewczuk. She was at the gallery and gave some time to speaking with us. I love her work so wanted to share the experience with you...courtesy of YouTube here it is:
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Labels: art, artist, Brooklyn, Margrit Lewczuk, painter, painting, painting process, sl shaw, susan l shaw, susan shaw, williamsburg, YpuTube
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
A red, blue, green and yellow Herring
Oliver Herring's recent show at Meulensteen was vastly entertaining. Part happening, part exhibition, part people spitting paint. I went a few times to see the evolution, layer on layer, an artist's form of reality TV or is that just what we fondly remember as reality?
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Labels: art, Chelsea, chelsea art district, happening, Meulensteen, Oliver Herring, s l shaw, susan l shaw, susan shaw
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