Celebrity (After Warhol)” opened Saturday, October 10th. The show looks at how several leading contemporary artists have captured celebrities, all with a nod to Warhol or the pop style he made so recognizable. Artists included in the show are Jeremy Kost, Chris Levine, Russell Young, Deborah Kass, Charles Lutz, and of course Andy Warhol himself. Here in the ‘After Warhol’ theme is a vintage print from Sunday B Morning ‘Marilyn #30’. Silkscreen on Lenox Museum Board. 36” by 36”. These prints were created with the same tools and methods Andy Warhol used himself for the original editions, the difference being they carry a ‘printed by Sunday B Morning’ and ‘fill in your own signature’ on the reverse. More information on all the works in the show on request. Craven Contemporary
KENISE BARNES FINE ART PRESENTS...
Jackie Battenfield: Trees Are The Poems That The Earth Writes Upon The Sky November 28, 2020 - January 24, 2021 The artist will be in the gallery on December 5, 4 - 6 pm.
The images of branches, leaves and blooms are first recorded as photographs then meticulously drawn onto large sheets of translucent Mylar. Paying close attention to the true form of each natural element, the artist builds her graceful compositions. Battenfield’s paintings draw upon two natural but disparate processes: the gestural unfolding and leafing of a branching tree limb and the physical properties and behaviors of pigments.
Gallery Hours: Kent, CT: Thursday - Saturday, 11:00 - 5:30 and Sunday 12:00 - 4:00 And by appointment Kenise Barnes Fine Art
BEGINNING: THE INAUGURAL EXHIBITION
Carol Corey Fine Art is thrilled to inaugurate its new gallery space at 12 Old Barn Road, Kent, Connecticut with its first exhibition, "Beginning."
"After a tumultuous year, we are so happy to have found a new home in Kent Barns, and to join such a generous and supportive group of galleries and businesses in the barns complex and the wider Kent community."
"Beginning" marks the start of a new chapter, both literally and metaphorically. The artists included in the show are connected in their celebration of the world around them. Dozier Bell, Dina Brodsky, David Morrison, and Eileen Murphy are each keen observers of the natural world, and their meticulous and detailed works on paper and paintings strike a poignant chord in the viewer. Elise Ansel, Andy Harper, and Emily Eveleth's lush use of paint and voluptuous subject matter are seductively engaging. And Roz Chast's brilliant interpretations of the human condition are instantly recognizable and relatable.