Past Exhibitions

JUNE 6 – AUGUST 2 

2014 Exhibition

JUNE 2014 POSTER

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to show in its JUNE 6-AUGUST 2, 2014 Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form.  This special “Mid-Summer Night’s Dream” exhibition offers a magical tribute which will enchant the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its incandescent renewal and hypnotic regeneration of the visual realm as these spellbinding masters define the cultural pulse of the modern art world. Illuminating with symphonic synchronicity, these talented artists translate abstract thoughts and familiar scenes into a unique perspective, orchestrated by a bravura of brushstrokes accompanied by kaleidoscopic hues. Pulsating with dynamic synergy and expressive artistic creativity, these artists render a visual lexicon of sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world as they shine the spotlight on a unique, universal artistic language, creating dazzling panoramas of visual delight that are infused with a divine creative spirit.

 

"Exuberant"       Oil on Canvas       48"x48"

DIANE HOLLAND
Exuberant”
Oil on Canvas
48” x 48”

IMAS Thriller_in_the_Crowd,_oil_on_canvas,_27.55x23.62_in

ALICIA IMAS
“Thriller in the Crowd”
Oil on Canvas
27.55” x 23.62”

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MICHELA MECACCI
“The Man Who Cried”
Mixed Media
19.7” x 31.5”

SCHWAGER Nachtliche Arbeit II Oil on Canvas 7.87 x 7.87 (framed size 15.8 x 15.8)

HUBERT SCHWAGER
“Nachtliche Arbeit” II
Oil on Canvas
15.8” x 15.8”

CELESTIAL CELEBRATIONS is a compelling non-objective exhibition that magically unites an invigorated modern abstract global vision from international artists hailing from the U.S., Argentina, Italy and Switzerland. Through innovative visual metaphors, expressive brushstrokes, energizing color planes and captivating compositional harmony, these gifted artists inventively display their ability to translate the power of dreams and the human imagination onto the canvas with carefully balanced shapes and colors.  DIANE HOLLAND’s abstract canvases implement dynamic conversations through opulently layered expressive strokes in vibrantly colored hues, creating spatial existences that are not composed through geometric forms but through the energetic ease of passionate coloration.  ALICIA IMAS’s huetopic compositions reverberate with emotion as she passionately translates the atmosphere of light, the plasticity of volume, and the intensity of color into the vortex of the canvas where her visceral sensations morph into dazzling compositions. MICHELA MECACCI’s opulent canvases are non-objective explorations of voluminous gem-colored forms that synthesize into dazzling abstract compositions which translate into visual lexicons revealing the wondrous complexities of human emotion, as they burst with a multisensory nature,. HUBERT SCHWAGER highlights the importance of movement and is motivated by the adaptability of structural elements as he dissects the cultural hierarchies of medium through a conceptual study of the world while exploring the complexity of textures through both paint and sculpture.

 

GORES Vintage Water Lilies Oil on Board 8 x 10

ANN GORES
“Vintage Water Lilies”
Oil on Board
8” x 10”

KRAVCHUK In Pomegranate Garden Oil on Canvas 70 x 80 cm

VALERIYA KRAVCHUK
“Pomegranate Garden” II
Oil on Canvas
27.6” x 31.5”

Scarlet Stillife

DOROTHY SLIKKER
“Red” II
Oil on Canvas
20” x 16”

REVERIES To The SUN & The MOON is a prismatic portal to nature which showcases three unique masters from the U.S. and Russia whose individualistic lexicon of illuminated hues and masterful brushstrokes culminate in visually rich and carefully orchestrated contemporary expressionistic reinterpretations of classically inspired perceptions of nature. Singing with radiant light and reverberating with luscious color, these enchanted still life. Floral and landscape works luminously echo the timelessness and beauty of our world. Demonstrating an unparalleled ability to capture the essence and spirit of the natural world with gorgeous depictions of pastoral vistas, these lush compositions transport the viewer to idyllic locations through vivid color palettes and tantalizing textures. ANN GORES’s masterful colorist’s vision reverberates with an enchanted palette, offering an eternal rendezvous with the natural kingdom as she luxuriously connects with nature and is influenced by her love affair with the floral realm as she seeks to capture its beauty and mystery. VALERIYA KRAVCHUK’s masterful still life and landscape paintings offer a contemporary translation of the time-honored tradition and exude a cornucopia of mesmerizing details of incandescent subjects that treasure our world and bountifully overflow with an exuberant sense of joie-de-vivre. DOROTHY SLIKKER luxuriously captures the magic of the interior natural environment with luminescent still life paintings that hypnotically sing with beauty and encapsulate the nostalgic, special moment of life, exuding a mystical power that resonates with the harmony of nature.

 

CHA Find_the_Light_II Acrylic on Panel 51 x 51 7,800.

JIWON CHA
“Find the Light” II
Acrylic on Panel
51” x 51”

KYROS Hibiscus in Spring Watercolor 30 x 22

ADRIENNE KYROS
“Hibiscus in Spring”
Watercolor
30” x 22”

CLODOMIR Conceived from the Unseen Acrylic on Linen 62 x 36

CHRISTINA CLODOMIR-MAKEDA
“Conceived from the Unseen”
Acrylic on Linen
62” x 36”

SOUL-stice DREAMS exhibits artists from Korea, the U.S. and Haiti whose paintings celebrate the divine beauty of nature’s glorious bounties. These artists transport viewers to a celestial fantasy world of the eye which reverberates with effervescent, provocative rendering. Each of these masterful artists express the magnificence of nature with luminescent visual stimulation as they shine the spotlight on the splendors of the sensorial realm and take us on a visual odyssey through our environment, inspiring poetic messages of serenity within our world.  JI WON CHA paints visceral transformative organic compositions, transcending the requirements of everyday reality to create a world characterized by a poetic economy of expression that can be alternately transporting and meditative, featuring boldly painted geometric forms. ADRIENNE KYROS translates the juvenescence and glory of nature in her illuminated majestic floral and landscape watercolor and oil compositions which create a spectral paradise on earth through the transcendence of color, and become metaphors for the bounty of the terrestrial kingdom. CHRISTINA CLODOMIR-MAKEDA draws inspiration from the visual intensity of her native Haiti, rendering the transcendental colors of her home country as she paints large scale, brightly hued- abstracted flower paintings which buzz with the vibrancy of life.

 

ALLEN Atavus Color Pencil and Graphite 28 x 32 (framed size 32 1-8 x 38 1-8)

PETER ALLEN
“Atavus”
Color Pencil and Graphite
28” x 32”

BRANITZ Golden Slumbers Oil on Canvas 40 x 30

DEBRA BRANITZ
“Golden Slumbers”
Oil on Canvas
40” x 30”

Autumnal_Equinox

JACK JASPER
“Autumnal Equinox”
Acrylic on Canvas
52” x 38”

MATTHEUS Tolerancia Amore Odio Acrylic on MDF 2.62 x 3.94

SEBASTIAN CRISTIAN MATTHEUS
“”Tolerancia Amore Odio”
Acrylic on MDF
20.62” x 30.94”

SPECTRAL ENCHANTMENTS features four contemporary masters hailing from the U.S. and Argentina who encourage us to appreciate the wonders of the world with an alluring synthesis of modernity as they whisk the audience on a magic odyssey to exotic realms of the imagination. Through their innovative tableaux, each artist highlights with magnificent color and precise form dazzling sensorial perspectives as they masterfully metamorphosize the vibrancy of the universe. PETER ALLEN’s mixed media paintings and drawings are replete with dualistic imagery appropriated from the everyday world, and are fully imbued with imaginative surreal figures that contemplate the heart, mind and soul of contemporary society.  DEBRA BRANITZ’s luminous canvases sing with electric hues, vigorous line, and dynamic motion as her exciting huetopian oeuvre constructs a dramatic color-wheel lexicon reflecting a deep personal vision that showcases a close-up perspective on the figure or the object.  JACK JASPER infuses in his meditative reveries a fantastical artistic vision by presenting graceful, dream-like semi-abstract figures in his gem-colored, dreamscape that are at once inspirational and revelatory as they articulate intangible sentiments and psychological themes that often only appear in dreams.  SEBASTIAN CRISTIAN MATTHEUS’s resonation of visceral colors echo throughout the canvas as he invites us on a visual odyssey where he transcends boundaries and fuses a dazzling cultural aesthetic rich in tradition and history which contributes to the emotional power of his compositions.

 

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KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC
“Shady Ladies”
Acrylic with handmade paper and natural materials on Panel
24” x 18”

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LAURIE TYLEC
“Neptunite and Benitoite on Natrolite”
Oil on Panel
24” x 18”

COLLECTORS’ CHOICE explores the Mother-Daughter relationship between KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC & LAURIE TYLEC who capture the essence of nature in their cerebral paintings that pay tribute to the majesty of the terrestrial kingdom. Celebrating the immortal bonds between mother and daughter in their nature inspired dreamscapes, their “Collectors’ Choice” exhibition honors their universal language allowing viewers to emotionally engage in each artist’s colorfully detailed nature executions.

 

JUNE 2014 JUMBO INVITATION FRONT

 

 

 

MAY 2 – JUNE 3 

2014 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to show in its MAY 2-JUNE 3, 2014 Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form.  This special “SALUTE To The STARS!” exhibition boasts more “Stars than there are in Heaven” and offers a sparkling tribute which will dazzle the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its incandescent  renewal and regeneration of the visual realm. Pulsating with dynamic synergy and artistic creativity, these artists’ sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world shine the spotlight on a unique, universal artistic language. Each artist has the unique capacity to circumnavigate cultural barriers and nationalistic identities as they translate contemporary global art to transcend the scope of language, translating their views into a universal manifestation of international artistic communication.

J. DULE “Sail Boats on the Long Island Sound I” Oil on Canvas 10” x 15”

J. DULE
“Sail Boats on the Long Island Sound I”
Oil on Canvas
10” x 15”

LOUISE GAGGINI “Turmoil” Acrylic on Canvas 39” x 39”

LOUISE GAGGINI
“Turmoil”
Acrylic on Canvas
39” x 39”

KAY GRIFFITH “Abstract U-90” Oil on Linen 16” x 20”

KAY GRIFFITH
“Abstract U-90”
Oil on Linen
16” x 20”

ILYA SCHAR “Apricot Tree” Gemstone Painting 25” x 24”

ILYA SCHAR
“Apricot Tree”
Gemstone Painting
25” x 24”

STARS From HEAVEN is a sparkling exhibition which represents the apex of excellence reflecting the work of four abstract masters working in the U.S. and abroad. Through the non-objective modality of oil, acrylic and mixed media painting, these artists offer an international perspective to the non-representational realm by illustrating powerful artistic interpretations of the world. Their imaginative quest for new artistic horizons and sensorial synchronicities explores inner visions and emotions rather than words as they transform interpretive realms into poignantly mystical beautiful abstract works of art, illuminating the mysteries of the world while offering unique insights into the wonderment of life. J. DULE’s “Sailboat” painting series is guided by his formal interest in expanding visual vocabularies to express the emotions of experiencing a wonderful day at sea through elements of line, color and texture. LOUISE GAGGINI’s paintings are driven by a need to connect internal emotions with the external world as she combines color and texture to create visceral compositions that permeate with psychological energy. KAY GRIFFITH’s poignant masterful Expressionistic paintings intriguingly explode in a burst of emotion as the rich textures and hues energetically bounce across the canvas. ILYA SCHAR’s gem paintings are motivated by the glistening beauty of crystalline forms and natural purity to express the majestic character of precious elements in his opulent mosaic canvases.

PHILIP CATANIA “Bird Watchers” Oil on Canvas 8” x 8”

PHILIP CATANIA
“Bird Watchers”
Oil on Canvas
8” x 8”

BARBARA MUIR “Wonder Water #2” Acrylic on Canvas 30” x 30”

BARBARA MUIR
“Wonder Water #2”
Acrylic on Canvas
30” x 30”

PAEDRA “Conception I” Print on Archival Canvas 85” x 66”

PAEDRA
“Conception I”
Print on Archival Canvas
85” x 66”

STARS on EARTH challenges the eye with two American artists and one Canadian artist whose expressive paintings and mixed media prints reflect the visceral qualities of the human heart by revealing a huetopian quest of colors juxtaposed against a polarity of shapes that pulsate with electric energy. Ignited by the dynamic use of brilliant and bold pigments which capture the dichotomy of human emotions, their visual odyssey explores the unconventional images of the spirit. Always evolving into a profound metaphoric message through their metaphysical search, they create a virtual fireworks display of creative and exuberant energy infused with emotional power and bravado. PHILIP CATANIA trans-morphs reality into splendid fictions in his oil paintings by combining imagery from the natural world and fantastical scenarios experienced in dreams to create opulent Surrealist compositions. BARBARA MUIR expresses a contemplative sense of ecological awareness in her bold figurative “Ocean” series portraits by capturing the spirit and soul of her subjects’ passions for our surrounding world. PAEDRA’s vibrant abstract prints are precious artworks composed of emotional individualism and a creative imagination that transcends the boundaries of the composition in order to reach a universal language for inspirational communication.

ANDREA HARRIS  “Vieux de Provence” Oil & Cold Wax on Canvas 30” x 30”

ANDREA HARRIS
“Vieux de Provence”
Oil & Cold Wax on Canvas
30” x 30”

ANGELIKA KAHL “Blankenese near Hamburg” Oil on Canvas 39” x 27.6”

ANGELIKA KAHL
“Blankenese near Hamburg”
Oil on Canvas
39” x 27.6”

FRANCES de COURCY MERCER “The San Juan” Watercolor on Paper 16” x 20” Framed

FRANCES de COURCY MERCER
“The San Juan”
Watercolor on Paper
16” x 20” Framed

INCANDESCENCE of the STARS is a stellar artistic compendium that shines the light and unravels the mysteries of the world through two artists working in the U.S. and one international artist from Germany. Their visceral canvases are expressive metaphors that mirror the moods of nature by allowing our horizons to form new viewpoints as it explores the profound complexities of landscapes worldwide.  Encouraging audiences to interact with powerful and forceful silhouettes, the results of this dazzling survey are utterly compelling works whose bold intensity and dynamic truths communicate energy reflecting shifts in human emotions. ANDREA HARRIS’s dreamscapes capture the ephemeral essence and tranquility of nature with a sense of internal energy by focusing our vision on a moment of serenity, revealing an elemental and transcendent dance between atmosphere and light. ANGELIKA KAHL is an extensive traveler, and through her oil on canvas paintings one is able to experience the stoic simplicity and delicate beauty of the natural landscape in places one may never have the opportunity to visit. FRANCES de COURCY MERCER’s gestural brushstrokes and energetic compositions express the spontaneity of journeys through the natural world, leaving much to the imagination for viewers to interact and create their own personal experiences with serene landscapes.

ZINA KOSSOY “Imagine” I Photography 29.5” x 39.5”

ZINA KOSSOY
“Imagine” I
Photography
29.5” x 39.5”

SVETLANA MALAKHOVA “Silver Mood” Oil on Canvas 39.4” x 31.5”

SVETLANA MALAKHOVA
“Silver Mood”
Oil on Canvas
39.4” x 31.5”

WILLIAM STEINBERG “Silent Partners” Print 16” x 16”

WILLIAM STEINBERG
“Silent Partners”
Print
16” x 16”

STARLIT TRANSPLENDENCE is a celestial constellation showcasing international artists from South America, Russia and Canada whose incandescent photographs, paintings and prints intricately interweave a sublime tableau, reflecting an expressionist connection between humankind and the wonderment of the terrestrial realm. This heaven-on-earth exhibition emphasizes ravishing juxtapositions of line and form as these masterful artists communicate the ambrosial joys of our environment and interject their luminescent compositions with exciting, positive spiritual energy. Offering a parallax vision to the majesty of the natural world by creating a magical, enchanted kingdom, their works joyfully burst with dynamism as they ethereally illustrate the splendor of the natural terrain. ZINA KOSSOY’s abstract photography reveals the visible within the invisible through its reflective hidden messages and mystical visual imagery inspired by nature. SVETLANA MALAKHOVA channels her artistic creativity through her imagination, painting expressive subjects including portraits, landscapes, still lifes and abstract compositions to create dynamic paintings with fantastical scenarios. WILLIAM STEINBERG’s prints are depictions of fantastical structures defined by energetic line and both positive and negative markings that create a dualistic sensation which offers an opportunity to explore the expressive capacities of his medium.

MAY 2014 JUMBO FRONT

MARCH 21 – APRIL 29 

2014 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its highly anticipated MARCH 21 – APRIL 29, 2014 Exhibition and special “Masquerade Magique” Fête leading Contemporary Master Artists whose mesmerizing works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds through painting, photography and sculpture, exalting the magical realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. Emotional engagement pairs up with acute observation and intelligent analysis to form compelling, thought-provoking art. This special Spring exhibition offers a visual bouquet to delight the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados, entrancing the apex of excellence while offering a fantastical international perspective to the representational and non-representational realm through mesmerizing artistic interpretations of the world.

DAVID CULP “Rue des Goblens” Acrylic and Ink on Bristol Board 19” x 25”

DAVID CULP
“Rue des Goblens”
Acrylic and Ink on Bristol Board
19” x 25”

ALICE “DAENA” HICKEY “Flower Cluster” Watercolor on Canvas 21” x 19”

ALICE “DAENA” HICKEY
“Flower Cluster”
Watercolor on Canvas
21” x 19”

SUSAN OBRANT “Basket with Lemons” Oil on Linen 40” x 30”

SUSAN OBRANT
“Basket with Lemons”
Oil on Linen
40” x 30”

PRISMATIC AESTHETICS shines the spotlight on three unique U.S. artists working across the country in California, Arizona, and New York whose individualistic lexicon of illuminated hues and masterful brushstrokes culminate in visually rich carefully orchestrated contemporary expressionistic reinterpretations of classically inspired perceptions of nature. Singing with radiant light and reverberating with luscious color, these contemporary landscapes and still life paintings luminously echo the timelessness and beauty of our natural world. DAVID CULP captures stoic visions of tranquility in his acrylic and ink compositions inspired by romantic passageways in timeless European cities. ALICE HICKEY paints the brilliant wonders found in our natural world, encapsulating viewers through her luscious color palette filled with gem-colored hues illuminated with brilliant light. SUSAN OBRANT creates masterful still life compositions inspired by everyday situations as she envisions the perfection of a treasured moment and preserves a special world in all its eternity.

ROY ALEXANDER “Ocean” I Oil on Canvas 12” x 20”

ROY ALEXANDER
“Ocean” I
Oil on Canvas
12” x 20”

THIERRY FAZIAN “Green Universe” Mixed Media on Wood and Canvas 43.3” x 19.7” x 2.4”

THIERRY FAZIAN
“Green Universe”
Mixed Media on Wood and Canvas
43.3” x 19.7” x 2.4”

NATASHA JABRE “Orchid Breeze” Acrylic on Canvas 18” x 14”

NATASHA JABRE
“Orchid Breeze”
Acrylic on Canvas
18” x 14”

JOSEFINA TEMIN “Insectos” 2 Parts each Paper and Eucalyptus Wood 6” x 17” x 15.5” 7” x 15” x 17”

JOSEFINA TEMIN
“Insectos”
2 Parts each Paper and Eucalyptus Wood
6” x 17” x 15.5”
7” x 15” x 17”

EYE-mazing ABSTRACTION introduces four international masters from the United States, France and Mexico, who through the modality of painting, sculpture, and mixed media offer an international visual enchantment of emotions and perspectives. This captivating show demonstrates the pinnacle of what makes successful abstract art know no parameters or boundaries, these supremely talented artists add a frisson of excitement to the visual realm, igniting thought and inspiring self-reflection through dynamic forms and unique mediums. ROY ALEXANDER creates visceral canvases through his bold brushwork and dynamic color palette, creating a single harmonious composition that sensationally catapults viewers’ attention towards infinite imaginative interpretations. THIERRY FAZIAN creates figurative mixed media artwork inspired by the magical realm of surrealism that articulates the essence of emotion and celebrates the human spirit. NATASHA JABRE combines abstraction and symbolism in her lusciously kaleidoscopic saturated paintings, creating all-over energetic color-field compositions inspired by her dreams to express endless human emotions. JOSEFINA TEMIN’s paper and wood sculptures are masterful works that epitomize a visual harmony where subdued color and organic shapes playfully juxtapose in a rhythmic spatial composition.

GERSHON KELMAN “Superman’s Crib” Digital 3D Photography 22” x 17”

GERSHON KELMAN
“Superman’s Crib”
Digital 3D Photography
22” x 17”

MARTIN ZURMÜHLE “A Peaceful Place” Photography 12.6” x 19”

MARTIN ZURMÜHLE
“A Peaceful Place”
Photography
12.6” x 19”

VORTEX of the VISCERAL showcases two gifted photographers spanning the globe from the United States to Switzerland who guide us on a fanciful odyssey as they illustrate the latitude and longitude of the universe through the lens of the camera. These compelling tableaux capture hidden emotions and unseen attitudes through expert use of emotive color, light and shadows, externalizing the splendor of our charismatic world. Their passionate opulent photographs fuse reality with the imagination and offer a unique artistic perspective influenced by the galvanizing forces of life. L.A. photographer GERSHON KELMAN intermingles nocturnal scenes in his “Cities at Night” series, transforming bustling cityscapes of places across the world into color-saturated 3D photographs illuminated with magical intrigue. Swiss photographer MARTIN ZURMÜHLE poetically highlights the beauty of nature and the female nude, exploring the complexities of life by blending a powerful psychological photographic portrayal resonating with a strong sense of empowerment.  

RON EA POWELL “REAP 13” “Siti” Installation 7 Parts each Spray Paint, Oil, Enamel, and Gold-leaf on Relief Gesso Wood 48” x 72”

RON EA POWELL “REAP 13”
“Siti” Installation
7 Parts each Spray Paint, Oil, Enamel, and Gold-leaf on Relief Gesso Wood
48” x 72”

VIGGO SALTING “Portrait” Acrylic on Canvas 78” x 78”

VIGGO SALTING
“Portrait”
Acrylic on Canvas
78” x 78”

CECILIA VALADEZ “After Last Night” Acrylic on Wood 36” x 28”

CECILIA VALADEZ
“After Last Night”
Acrylic on Wood
36” x 28”

REVELATIONS in REALITY presents three remarkable international masters working in the United States and Denmark who offer expressionistic visceral vistas with a global perspective as they dynamically capture the effervescent beauty of humankind. Investigating both the physicality of the environment as well as the inner emotions of the human spirit, their conceptually symbolic compositions are intriguing creations alluringly appealing to the heart and soul. RON EA POWELL’s mixed media “Siti” series is an innovative virtuosic vision which spiritually communicates the harmony of humankind in nature. VIGGO SALTING expresses a wide depth of emotions combining expressionism with symbolism, utilizing variegated brushwork to depict emblematic clown imagery imbued with imaginatively fulfilling nuances about the world. CECILIA VALADEZ expresses limitless sentiments and the depths of the soul through the dynamic beauty of the physical female form in her expressionist and deeply textured paintings.

JOHN PETERS “Go For It” Oil on Canvas 28” x 22”

JOHN PETERS
“Go For It”
Oil on Canvas
28” x 22”

COLLECTORS’ CHOICE is an exuberant compendium of carefully curated contemporary art reflecting eclectic yet sophisticated sensorial perspectives of the world which creatively pulsate with dynamism and energy, offering a visual bouquet of innovative styles ranging from Landscape-Floral Painting to Sculpture. Imaginatively presenting their visual communication through diverse levels of external and internal experiences, these talented Contemporary Masters employ a variety of mediums and the audience is confidently shown the passionate energy of the act of creation. AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY is proud to shine the spotlight on the following COLLECTORS’ CHOICE artist JOHN PETERS.

MARCH 2014 JUMBO FRONT

JANUARY 31-MARCH 18 

2014 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its glittering JANUARY 31-MARCH 18, 2014 Valentine Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This sweetheart of an exhibition joyfully embraces unsurpassed contemporary master artworks which radiate sublime creative energy as it seductively romances our visual senses.  Pulsating with a plentitude of mesmerizing synergy and luminescent artistic creativity, these Valentine treasures are infused with a romantic mystique and become landmark visual gems. Sophisticated, eclectic and evanescent, these artworks represent the universality of the world as they shine the spotlight on a global artistic language. Emotional engagement pairs up with acute observation and intelligent analysis to form compelling, thought-provoking art. Finely judged to appeal to our feelings yet also to ensure that we are not overwhelmed by the impressions, these works are able to speak on a number of levels at once, imparting a message while touching our hearts.

DRISKELL Thin Ice Monotype Print 31 x 25

LUCILE DRISKELL
“Thin Ice”
Monotype Print
31” x 25”

DIEGO SALADO “Full Moon” Acrylic on Canvas 40” x 30”

DIEGO SALADO
“Full Moon”
Acrylic on Canvas
40” x 30”

MISSAK TERZIAN “The Garden of your Soul” Oil on Canvas 34” x 43”

MISSAK TERZIAN
“The Garden of your Soul”
Oil on Canvas
34” x 43”

CAVALCADE of the HeARTopia introduces us to three talented masters from the United States and Spain who explore the perceptions of the heart in richly diverse non-objective compositions that conjure vibrant spectrums of human emotions and transpose visceral expressions into syncopated, kaleidoscopic color values and textured forms. This captivating show demonstrates the pinnacle of what makes successful abstract art know no parameters or boundaries, demonstrating an inherent freedom of brushstrokes and the dynamic synergy of powerful, huetopian colors. LUCILE DRISKELL utilizes an abstract vocabulary in her print series, including a strict adherence to color, shape and space, in order to visually express universal ideas sprung from contemporary individual experiences. DIEGO SALADO’s neutral color palette and portrayal of granular texture turn his canvases into topographical maps that lend his artwork a sense of elegant harmony fused with a pulsating primitive energy. MISSAK TERZIAN blends the realm of the fantastical with the real to create innovative virtuosic canvases which spiritually communicate the harmony of humankind in nature.

HAN HUISMAN “Autumn” Acrylic on Canvas 36” x 36”

HAN HUISMAN
“Autumn”
Acrylic on Canvas
36” x 36”

STEPHEN LeCLAIR “Summer” Calliope Hummingbird  Acrylic on Canvas  36” x 24”

STEPHEN LeCLAIR
“Summer” Calliope Hummingbird
Acrylic on Canvas
36” x 24”

COEUR a COEUR is an exuberant compendium of two international contemporary masters from Holland and England now working in the United States whose visual lexicon unites global dynamic energy with international aesthetic sensibilities. Their passionate opulent canvases fuse reality with the imagination and offer a unique artistic perspective influenced by the galvanizing forces of life. HAN HUISMAN’s abstract canvases implement dynamic production through lusciously layered expressive strokes in vibrantly colored hues, creating energetic compositions expressing sentiments, emotions and feelings inspired by our surrounding world. STEPHEN LeCLAIR captures meditative harmony by painting graceful hummingbirds in magnificent flight amidst gem-colored dreamscapes in his captivating acrylic paintings, encapsulating a serene sensation through his opulent colors and whimsically fluttering subjects.

RAFAELA CESPEDES BALONGO “La Decepcion” Oil on Canvas 29.1” x 36.6”

RAFAELA CESPEDES BALONGO
“La Decepcion”
Oil on Canvas
29.1” x 36.6”

IRINA KHARCHENKO “Moulin Rouge” Oil on Canvas 18” x 15”

IRINA KHARCHENKO
“Moulin Rouge”
Oil on Canvas
18” x 15”

HeART & SOUL offers a global perspective by presenting two artists from Spain and the Ukraine-U.S. whose richly colored expressionist paintings inspire spectrums of visceral sensations. Pulsing with the fever of impulse, mitigated by the guidance of carefully honed skill, this exhibition romances the senses through each artist’s impressionist realism inviting viewers on a seductive visual odyssey which explores intriguing sensorial realms with heartfelt, alluring visions. RAFAELA CESPEDES BALONGO expresses the inner depths of limitless emotions combining expressionism with symbolism in her paintings, utilizing variegated brushwork to dynamically depict emblematic imagery imbued with imaginatively fulfilling subtexts about the surrounding world. IRINA KHARCHENKO’s paintings express the powerful emotions from her heart through her balanced compositions and expressive use of color, line, and light, elegantly combining 19th century inspired fin-de-siècle entertainment with surreal fantasy.

PHILIP CATANIA “Déjà Vu” Oil on Canvas 12.5” x 12.5” Framed

PHILIP CATANIA
“Déjà Vu”
Oil on Canvas
12.5” x 12.5” Framed

CRONEMEYER Need to Know Acrylic on Paper 20 x 30 600.

CORA CRONEMEYER
“Need to Know”
Acrylic on Paper
20” x 30”

KARIN GALLER “KAGA” “Together” III Acrylic and Mixed Media on Linen 40” x 32”

KARIN GALLER “KAGA”
“Together” III
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Linen
40” x 32”

ANN GORES “Radishes” Oil on Board 12” x 12”

ANN GORES
“Radishes”
Oil on Board
12” x 12”

ANDREA HARRIS “Aura” Oil and Cold Wax on Canvas 30” x 30”

ANDREA HARRIS
“Aura”
Oil and Cold Wax on Canvas
30” x 30”

DIANE HOLLAND “Rhythm Exploration” II Oil on Canvas 17” x 13”

DIANE HOLLAND
“Rhythm Exploration” II
Oil on Canvas
17” x 13”

ADRIENNE KYROS “Purple Mountain, UT” Watercolor on Paper 21” x 29”

ADRIENNE KYROS
“Purple Mountain, UT”
Watercolor on Paper
21” x 29”

INGE MAIR “Happiness” Acrylic on Canvas 31.5” x 23.6”

INGE MAIR
“Happiness”
Acrylic on Canvas
31.5” x 23.6”

MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI “Valentina” Acrylic on Canvas 27.6” x 19.7”

MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI
“Valentina”
Acrylic on Canvas
27.6” x 19.7”

PLOUGMAND Birth of a Planet Acrylic on Canvas 39.5 x 39.5

ULLA PLOUGMAND
“Birth of a Planet”
Acrylic on Canvas
39.5” x 39.5”

The February COLLECTORS’ CHOICE is an exuberant compendium of carefully curated contemporary art reflecting eclectic yet sophisticated sensorial perspectives of the world which creatively pulsate with dynamism and energy, offering a visual bouquet of innovative styles ranging from Abstract to Landscape Painting, Mixed Media to Sculpture. Imaginatively presenting their visual communication through diverse levels of external and internal experiences, these talented Contemporary Masters employ a variety of mediums and the audience is confidently shown the passionate energy of the act of creation. AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY is proud to shine the spotlight on the following February COLLECTORS’ CHOICE artists: CORA CRONEMEYER, PHILIP CATANIA, KARIN “KAGA” GALLER, ANN GORES, ANDREA HARRIS, DIANE HOLLAND, ADRIENNE KYROS, INGE MAIR, MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI and ULLA PLOUGMAND.   

FEB 2014 INVITE FRONT

DECEMBER 6, 2013 –

JANUARY 25, 2014 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its glittering DECEMBER 6, 2013 – JANUARY 25, 2014 Holiday Exhibition noteworthy International and National Contemporary Master Artists whose works illuminate the paradox of vigorous creativity flourishing in the abstract, figurative and natural worlds. A hallmark of complex, cornucopic visions, the December-January exhibition exalts the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This magical “HOLIDAY” exhibition joyfully celebrates unique contemporary master artworks which twinkle with radiant artistic energy and the buoyant joie de vivre of the global art world while displaying the unexpected diversity of artistic expression. Pulsating with a plentitude of mesmerizing synergy and sparkling creativity, these holiday treasures are visual gems of sophisticated, eclectic and evanescent representations of the world as they shine the spotlight on a universal artistic language. Reflecting the revitalizing penetration of compelling global ideas in our culture, this cross-continental conversations in art will dazzle the senses during the holiday season for both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its illuminating aesthetic explorations of the visual realm.

SUSIE KOS “Mongolian” Acrylic on Canvas 54” x 30”

SUSIE KOS
“Mongolian Flower”
Acrylic on Canvas
54” x 30”

JOHN STUTZ “Black Yellow Stripes” Cast Resins  36” x 60”

JOHN STUTZ
“Black Yellow Stripes”
Cast Resins
36” x 60”

FLORENCE WINT “Summertime” Acrylic and Fabric Collage 30” x 24”

FLORENCE WINT
“Summertime”
Acrylic and Fabric Collage
30” x 24”

VIRTUOSIC CELEBRATIONS represents spectral fusions with compositions that glimmer with unique artistic visions that are inspired by private internal and external universes while dynamically defining their oeuvre with passionate synergy through their illuminating compositions that are intriguing hallmarks of the contemporary art world. SUSIE KOS’s incandescent, abstract acrylic paintings are ethereal optical projections to inspire human consciousness into thoughtful contemplation of universal desires, emotions and experiences. JOHN STUTZ paints transformative organic minimalist compositions, transcending the requirements of everyday reality to create a world without time, without limits, and with endless space. FLORENCE WINT’s textured collages incorporate acrylic paint and found materials, resulting in compositions of depth and dimensionality, reverberating into imaginative, otherworldly visions of dreamlike realms.

KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC “Sansepolcro Perch” Watercolor and Ink  8” x 6”

KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC
“Sansepolcro Perch”
Watercolor and Ink
8” x 6”

LEBEJOARA Stepping_in_Life  Oil on Canvas 36 x 42 34,000.

OVIDIU LEBEJOARA
“Stepping in Life”
Oil on Canvas
36” x 42”

TINATIN VACHNADZE “Gypsy Soul” Mixed Media on Canvas 30” x 20”

TINATIN VACHNADZE
“Gypsy Soul”
Mixed Media on Canvas
30” x 20”

HERALDING the SUBLIME showcases three talented artists working in the U.S. who metaphorically illustrate luminescent visual sensations into expressive forms, offering illuminating perceptual twists while rejuvenating the optical senses with newfound aesthetic configurations that coalesce to reveal symbolic sensory visions of a globalized world and culture. KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC brings a fresh insight to the most commonplace occurrences of life in Italy and her paintings exude the joyous serenity that embodies the daily rhythms of la dolce vitaOVIDIU LEBEJOARA’s exuberant surreal figurative paintings spur the emotions as he invites us to probe the subconscious and offers a source of visual wonderment by bridging the gap between reality and fantasy.  TINATIN VACHNADZE’s kaleidoscopically hued exuberant compositions explode with an expressionistic spectral palette which translates into works of art that evoke celestial, surreal and ethereal realms.  

PENELOPE CHIUSANO “Still Life with Slice” Mixed Media and Watercolor on Paper 18” x 24”

PENELOPE CHIUSANO
“Still Life with Slice”
Mixed Media and Watercolor on Paper
18” x 24”

ELSE KORPI “Summer” Melted Glass Relief Sculpture 20” x 16”

ELSE KORPI
“Summer”
Melted Glass Relief Sculpture
20” x 16”

ELISABETTA NISTICÓ “Leone” Acrylic and Pencil on Paper 27.6” x 19.7”

ELISABETTA NISTICÓ
“Leone”
Acrylic and Pencil on Paper
27.6” x 19.7”

PARADIGMS OF LUMINESCENCE manifests a charismatic visual cavalcade of three international visual masters from the U.S,. Finland, and Italy whose distinct artistic lexicon is defined by individual self-expression and determinism, combined with unbridled creation as each artist existentially celebrates and explores the global contemporary community. PENELOPE CHIUSANO’s mixed media still lifes and drolly feminist-oriented compositions are witty visual metaphors that gently satirize as well as celebrate the role of women in society as they reflect a pastiche of contemporary life.  ELSE KORPI creates luminescent melted glass hanging reliefs with evanescent expressionist compositions inspired by nature. That transcends the requirements of everyday reality to create a world without time, without limits, and with endless space. ELISABETTA NISTICÒ reimagines portraiture of past masters in an individual and contemporary way as she transforms the beautiful faces of women into demure statues of desire, and timelessly presents the heartfelt beauty of ageless femininity.

SHEEFALI ASIJA “Aspara of Angkor” Oil on Canvas 42” x 60”

SHEEFALI ASIJA
“Aspara of Angkor”
Oil on Canvas
42” x 60”

PATRIZIA MANCUSO “Forward” Acrylic on Canvas 23.6” x 23.6”

PATRIZIA MANCUSO
“Forward”
Acrylic on Canvas
23.6” x 23.6”

MAURIZIO RANCATI “Infamia” Damascus Steel and Forged Iron 19.2” x 21.3” x 18.1”

MAURIZIO RANCATI
“Infamia”
Damascus Steel and Forged Iron
19.2” x 21.3” x 18.1”

ERSAN TOKOGLU “Deep Touch” Mixed Media on Canvas 40” x 40”

ERSAN TOKOGLU
“Deep Touch”
Mixed Media on Canvas
40” x 40”

INTERSECTION of the INVISIBLE introduces the viewer to four International Masters  from the U.S., Switzerland, Italy, and  Turkey whose compositions echo invisible visceral emotions that translate intangible thoughts onto insightful, incandescent paintings and sculptures which sparkle with the innermost depths of the soul. SHEEFALI ASIJA paints faces of children around the world to capture the multitude of traits in her “Forgotten Children” series, harmoniously uniting physical and emotional characteristics to engender an exceptional portrait of an individual soul. PATRIZIA MANCUSO combines realism with symbolism in her female figurative paintings to dynamically depict emblematic imagery fully imbued with imaginatively fulfilling subtexts about womankind in relation to our global world. MAURIZIO RANCATI expresses the sublime essence of man’s relation to the boundless possibilities of the world through a phenomenal relationship between viewers and his metal and wood sculptural creations. ERSAN TOKOĞLU artistic dialogue communicates a rich tapestry of luscious textures and atmospheric hues where loose brush strokes leap across the canvas lending depth and texture to his resplendent paintings.

ASTRID JACOBS “Easy & Breezy” Acrylic on Canvas 32” x 32”

ASTRID JACOBS
“Easy & Breezy”
Acrylic on Canvas
32” x 32”

COLLECTORS’ CHOICE is an exuberant compendium of carefully curated contemporary art reflecting eclectic yet sophisticated sensorial perspectives of the world which creatively pulsate with dynamism and energy. Amsterdam Whitey Gallery is proud to shine the spotlight on the important “Collectors’ Choice” Artist ASTRID JACOBS.

DEC 2013 JUMBO FRONT revision

NOVEMBER 8 – DECEMBER 3

2013 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its “Thanksgiving-Cornucopia” NOVEMBER 8 – DECEMBER 3, 2013 exhibition internationally and nationally recognized Contemporary Master Artists whose works illuminate the paradox of vigorous creativity flourishing in the abstract, figurative and natural worlds.  Exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form, this November exhibition displays the unexpected diversity of artistic expression and is a hallmark of complex, cornucopic visions. Reflecting the revitalizing penetration of compelling global ideas in our culture, this exhibit will dazzle the senses during the holiday season for both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its illuminating aesthetic explorations of the visual realm. Pulsating with mesmerizing synergy and magical artistic creativity, these artists’ sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world shine the spotlight on a universal artistic language.

CORA CRONEMEYER “Aqua Avia” Acrylic on Paper 18.5” x 30”

CORA CRONEMEYER
“Aqua Avia”
Acrylic on Paper
18.5” x 30”

PAUL KENTZ  “Papa Smurf - Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade” Oil on Canvas  22” x 28”

PAUL KENTZ
“Papa Smurf – Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade”
Oil on Canvas
22” x 28”

PAUL UYEHARA  “Abstract 06-15”  Acrylic on Canvas  20” x 32”

PAUL UYEHARA
“Abstract 06-15”
Acrylic on Canvas
20” x 32”

EYEconic VISIONS showcases the art of three talented contemporary masters from the U.S., whose richly textured canvases synthesize the perfect aesthetic spectral environment where color and movement crystallize to create entirely innovative vistas for visual exploration. Their innate sensitivity and sharp observational skills of the natural world embrace the vitality and wonderment of the universe as they define our vision of the transformative power of nature while their compositions envelope the viewer in the majesty of their awe-inspiring scenes. CORA CRONEMEYER takes inspiration from nature, channeling her beautiful impressions of the world into imaginative acrylic on paper dreamscapes illuminated by saturated colors and brimming with fanciful imagery. PAUL KENTZ elucidates the energy felt experiencing world-renowned New York City parades and festivals and captures the essence of enthralling entertainment through his combinatory Impressionist and Expressionist paintings. PAUL UYEHARA’s non-representational paintings appeal to universal emotions and ideas through his magnificent bold color palette and dynamic, textural paint application providing a sensorial experience for all audiences.

BELA GOLD  “Artist Book 3” Intaglio Prints & Mixed Media 11 Unfolded + 14 Hand-Bound  7.9” x 7.9” x 0.8”

BELA GOLD
“Artist Book 3”
Intaglio Prints & Mixed Media
11 Unfolded + 14 Hand-Bound
7.9” x 7.9” x 0.8”

RODNEY & TIFFANY JONES “Millennium” (l) & “Nebular Hypothesis” (r) Acrylic on Canvas  48” x 36” ; 48” x 30”

RODNEY & TIFFANY JONES
“Millennium” (l) & “Nebular Hypothesis” (r)
Acrylic on Canvas
48” x 36” ; 48” x 30”

FLUIDITY of the LABYRINTH manifests evanescent global perspectives from creative artists hailing from Mexico and the U.S., whose artworks act as expressionistic mirrors to our world with their dynamic compositions which are luminescently bathed in mystery, huetopian color and unique perspectives. Brilliantly metamorphosing into glowing visual narratives, they are imbued with a vibrant sense of visceral emotion which reverberates with inner vision. Their originality and individuality burst with a plentitude of mesmerizing compositional strategies that coalesce into vibrant compositions that transcend artistic parameters. BELA GOLD creates mixed media artist books combining drawings and prints that engage viewers through her appropriation of historical documentation into engaging works that infuse history with imagination. Celebrating the immortal bonds between father and daughter, this exhibition honors painters RODNEY & TIFFANY JONES’s expressionist color-field Fluidism canvases that explore the expansive possibilities of an abstract universal language.

JOSEPH COBAN  “Intersection of Two Dimensions” Oil on Canvas  40” x 30”

JOSEPH COBAN
“Intersection of Two Dimensions”
Oil on Canvas
40” x 30”

ULLA PLOUGMAND  “Birth of a Planet”  Acrylic on Canvas  39.5” x 39.5”

ULLA PLOUGMAND
“Birth of a Planet”
Acrylic on Canvas
39.5” x 39.5”

CORNUCOPIC To The MAX rewards the viewer with inspired visual blessings of diverse abstract artistic perspectives from Canada, the U.S. and London. Opulently overflowing with a visual feast for the eyes, these works reflect an abundance of unique compositions, diversity of forms, intriguing textures and a bouquet of kaleidoscopic palettes. These color-field non-representational paintings inspire us with dynamic brushwork and symphonic color schemes while exploring the boundaries between reality and the imagination. JOSEPH COBAN’s pulsating canvases envelope viewers with voluminous gem-colored forms that delicately ascend the compositions, inspiring all audiences through rhythmic brushstrokes, melodic color schemes and compositional harmony. ULLA PLOUGMAND’s acrylic on canvas “My Cosmos” series visually expresses the boundless expanses of our universe by exploring through organic lines and opulent colors the brilliant energies of outer space.

MOHAMMED BAHRAWI  “Clown within Cubes” Oil Pastel on Canvas  47” x 47”

MOHAMMED BAHRAWI
“Clown within Cubes”
Oil Pastel on Canvas
47” x 47”

NAJLAA FELEMBAN  “Unknown”  Oil Pastel and Acrylic on Canvas  47.2” x 39.3”

NAJLAA FELEMBAN
“Unknown”
Oil Pastel and Acrylic on Canvas
47.2” x 39.3”

TIRIL “Odyssey” Acrylic on Canvas 32” x 72”

TIRIL
“Odyssey”
Acrylic on Canvas
32” x 72”

PLENTITUDES of the FANTASIA is a hallmark exhibition of compelling cultural heritages from Saudi Arabia and the U.S., cross-pollinating with international energy as it reinforces a unified manifesto of universal artistic integrity which illuminates the invisible within the visible and transcends the boundaries of the painted canvas. Utilizing a dazzling artistic vocabulary these compositions are contemporary global expressions that visually reveal universal ideas. MOHAMMED BAHRAWI’s mixed-media works extrapolate signs of human figuration to leave characteristic traces in dizzying labyrinthine backgrounds for viewers to playfully explore and deduce the subjects within his compositions. NAJLAA FELEMBAN seeks to unmask the deep inner core of the human heart to new sensorial realms as she unearths the mysteries of life by creating magical surrealist mixed media artwork that articulates the essence of emotion. TIRIL’s innovative non-representational paintings strive to capture energetic movement, emotion and shapes by focusing on the delicate balance between inner essence and outer form.

NOVEMBER 2013 JUMBO FRONT

OCTOBER 4 – NOVEMBER 5

2013 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its mesmerizing OCTOBER 4 – NOVEMBER 5, 2013 exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This special autumnal exhibition and “Halloween Masquerade” Fête offers spellbinding cheers to the arts which will amaze the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its entrancing regeneration of the visual realm. Pulsating with enthralling synergy and magical artistic creativity, these artists’ sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world shine the spotlight on a universal artistic language.

MAGIQUE of the ARThuetopian presents an international ensemble of contemporary masters from Portugal, Germany, and the United States. Each artist filters reality through a distinct artistic expression to present brilliantly entrancing paintings of our natural world. These masterful paintings bewitch the senses with beguiling, expressive compositions that are inspired by an intangible spiritual force which radiates from an inner charismatic vortex as it reveals the intersection of painterly vision with innovative conceptual perceptions. HELENA AMARAL continues the time honored tradition of floral painting and wonderfully illustrates scenes of nature with ethereal depictions of the terrain which draws the eye in with intricate details and rich depth of color. ASTRID JACOBS’s saturated acrylic on canvas paintings combine abstraction and expressive figuration to create compositions recalling illustrations in childhood fairy-tales and fantasies. JOHN PETERS enhances international frontiers through his masterful use of saturated hues by transforming sublime vistas using organically soft brushwork to create wonderfully illustrated scenes beaming with brilliant illumination. SALLY RUDDY’s “Magic Moments” series transforms the peaceful countrysides that span the frontiers of rural lands into treasured scenes that brim with tranquil serenity by capturing the feeling of the sublime into a timeless painting.  

HELENA AMARAL “Pink Camellias” Oil on Canvas 7.9” x 11.8”

HELENA AMARAL
“Pink Camellias”
Oil on Canvas
7.9” x 11.8”

ASTRID JACOBS “The Dance” Acrylic on Canvas 32” x 32”

ASTRID JACOBS
“The Dance”
Acrylic on Canvas
32” x 32”

JOHN PETERS “Autumn Sentinel” Oil on Canvas 24” x 24”

JOHN PETERS
“Autumn Sentinel”
Oil on Canvas
24” x 24”

SALLY RUDDY “Evening in the Orchard” Oil on Canvas 18” x 24”

SALLY RUDDY
“Evening in the Orchard”
Oil on Canvas
18” x 24”

ARTstatic ENCHANTMENTS showcases three masterful artists residing in Greece, the U.S., and Sweden. Each artist concentrates subject matter to the beauty of nature, magnifying the splendor one feels when experiencing the sublime energy of beautiful landscapes. These contemporary master paintings result in transplendent visual masterpieces which commemorate the eternity of the natural realm as they open ambrosial portals to tranquility. BUJAR ARIZI’s spectral canvases unearth spiritual emotions through his textured and colorful brushstrokes, returning viewers to a primordial relationship with our surroundings stimulated by visceral sensations and child-like curiosity. LENORE BARNETT’s oil on canvas compositions captivate viewers through architectural subjects by presenting a heightened sense of reality filtered through expressive perceptions and imaginations. ANNE HAUGER creates Impressionist landscapes brimming with vitality, painting the vibrant essence of the natural kingdom through her dynamic brushwork and multifaceted application of spectral colored hues. 

BUJAR ARIZI “Sunset on the Seaside” Oil on Canvas 23.6” x 35.4”

BUJAR ARIZI
“Sunset on the Seaside”
Oil on Canvas
23.6” x 35.4”

LENORE BARNETT “The Lamp in the Window” Oil on Canvas 36” x 24”

LENORE BARNETT
“The Lamp in the Window”
Oil on Canvas
36” x 24”

ANNE HAUGER “Just Before the Rain” Acrylic on Canvas 17” x 20”

ANNE HAUGER
“Just Before the Rain”
Acrylic on Canvas
17” x 20”

ELIXIRS of the ARTcentric exhibits three international artists living around the globe, in Japan, Canada, and France and Lebanon. Each artist concentrates artistic expression to diverse color-field designs, presenting viewers with a fascinating and varied exhibition representing the diversity within an abstract lexicon. The brilliant emotive colors and charismatic, visceral paintings become beguiling non-figurative magical incantations which bypass words and recognizable images for pure expressionism that metamorphose into spellbinding forms. MISA AIHARA implements a rigorous color palette comprised of deep, saturated hues, juxtaposing pure fields of voluminous color with geometric shapes floating amidst the voracious backdrop of an abstracted world. LIDA Van BERS paints from memory by building textured layers brimming with magnificent hues inspired by her everyday surroundings as well as her personal emotions and intuitions regarding her feelings about contemporary society. LEILA CHALABI channels artistic creativity into mixed media paintings exploring color schemes and multifaceted brushwork to create energetic compositions with intricate detail, rich texture and fascinating abstract formations.

MISA AIHARA "En Cxambro 12" Oil on Canvas 46" x 36"

MISA AIHARA
“En Cxambro 12”
Oil on Canvas
46″ x 36″

LIDA van BERS “The Old Path” Mixed Media on Canvas 24” x 24”

LIDA van BERS
“The Old Path”
Mixed Media on Canvas
24” x 24”

LEILA CHALABI “Untitled” Mixed Media on Canvas 47.3” x 35.4”

LEILA CHALABI
“Untitled”
Mixed Media on Canvas
47.3” x 35.4”

ALCHEMIES of the ARTessence presents an international survey of artists working in Australia and the U.S. and showcases diverse expressions through mixed-media paintings and sculptures. These diverse creations hypnotically bewitch the senses with masterful depictions of the world in a beguiling variety of styles, techniques and visions, while illuminating an enchanting spotlight on the alluring qualities of non-traditional portrayals through the poetic media of painting and sculpture. CHARLES BILLICH poses oppositional genres of abstraction and figurative representation against one another as a way to symbolize continual tensions between contemporary identity and our historical past. Inspired by his Hungarian heritage, PETER DALLOS’s mixed-media sculptures in his “Struggle” series are created through welding metals and found materials into a dynamic arena that manipulates familiar objects into surreal and uncanny scenarios. DANIEL O’KEEFE’s abstract canvases implement dynamic techniques through lusciously layered expressive strokes in vibrantly colored hues, creating all-over energetic compositions expressing emotions inspired by life.

CHARLES BILLICH “Salon de Fashionista” Mixed Media on Canvas 39.5” x 39.5”

CHARLES BILLICH
“Salon de Fashionista”
Mixed Media on Canvas
39.5” x 39.5”

PETER DALLOS “End of the Road No. 2” Surface-Treated Welded Steel with Figurine 23” x 19” x 13”

PETER DALLOS
“End of the Road No. 2”
Surface-Treated Welded Steel with Figurine
23” x 19” x 13”

DANIEL O’KEEFE “No. 91 Untitled”  Plaster Compound and Acrylic on Canvas 50.5” x 92”

DANIEL O’KEEFE
“No. 91 Untitled”
Plaster Compound and Acrylic on Canvas
50.5” x 92”

OCTOBER 2013 JUMBO INVITATION FRONT

SEPTEMBER 3 – OCTOBER 1

2013 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its exhilarating SEPTEMBER 3 – OCTOBER 1, 2013 exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This special exhibition and “Chelsea Roaring 1920’s ~ Great Gatsby” Gala Champagne Reception inaugurates the Opening of the Fall Chelsea Art Season and offers an exhilarating cheers which will amaze the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its rip-roaring regeneration of the visual realm. Pulsating with dynamic synergy and dazzling artistic creativity, these artists’ sophisticated, eclectic and joyful representations of the world shine the spotlight on a universal artistic language. Compelling, lively and emotive, these works resonate through the medium of our shared humanity by celebrating the human spirit and connecting with fundamental aspects of identity.

CATALYST of the COSMOS is a Solo Exhibition showcasing Taiwanese artist WILLOW WU whose spectral canvases unearth spiritual emotions stimulated by visceral sensations, instinctual curiosity and auspicious symbiosis. MR. WILLOW WU catapults our visual perception towards the outer reaches of our imagination through his chromatic oil and mixed media paintings. His large scale works express the sublime essence of man’s relation to the boundless possibilities of the universe through his diverse subject matter ranging from the far reaches of the fauna and wildlife populating the depths of the ocean floors to the infinite expanse of outer space.  

WILLOW WU “Dreamscape” Oil on Canvas 36.6” x 47.6”

WILLOW WU
“Dreamscape”
Oil on Canvas
36.6” x 47.6”

LIGHTS, VISION, PERCEPTION! highlights three international artists from the far reaches of the world including England, Spain and Germany, who feature a wide pendulum of masterful art interjected with brilliant visual perception igniting internal cognition and emotional responses. All artists stylistically represent personal perspectives on lived surroundings that sensationally elicit sensorial imaginative interpretations for invigorated viewers. CONSUELO CHILD-VILLIERS bathes her fantastical portraits in saturated pools of gem-like colors, creating luxurious dreamscapes exuding surreal fantasy and intrigue. F. CUETO takes viewers on a journey in his sculptures by fusing fact with fiction, combining figurative and animalistic imagery into biomorphic compositions imbued with engaging dynamism through his juxtaposition of fantastical forms. BJOERN THOMAS creates stimulating environments of people from all walks of life in his photography, presenting situations both real and fantastical in order to explore the complexities of human experience through an artistic and honest lens.         

CONSUELO CHILD-VILLIERS “Venezia”     Oil on Canvas        25.5” x 19.5”

CONSUELO CHILD-VILLIERS
“Venezia”
Oil on Canvas
25.5” x 19.5”

F. CUETO “Guerrero” Stone and Iron 34.2” H.

F. CUETO
“Guerrero”
Stone and Iron
34.2” H.

BJOERN THOMAS Photography

BJOERN THOMAS
Photography

ARTelier of the OPTIMAX focuses on the work of three artists hailing from the United States and Canada, each exploring individual transcriptions of nature as they reflect variegated perspectives of life inspired by their celestial surroundings. These Masters introduce us to the vibrant wonders of our world and radiate enthusiasm through their diverse mediums, enlivening and intensifying compositions with a sense of beauty that touches our emotions. CAROLE BOYD uses technology including computer programs to create digital artworks invested with imagery reminiscent of the surrounding world, energizing our visual perceptions of nature. THERESA LEE’s expressive paintings combine figuration with abstraction, acting as an engaging connection between representing nature as a mimetic expression as well as an imaginative collage. MARY E. MORGAN’s enchanting mixed media works voluminously engage viewers through her multifaceted material construction, expressing surreal traces of emotions through symbolically heartfelt titles and imagery.

CAROLE BOYD “Lighthouse Rock, Palo Duro Canyon”  Digital Painting & Acrylic Paint on Canvas 16” x 24”

CAROLE BOYD
“Lighthouse Rock, Palo Duro Canyon”
Digital Painting & Acrylic Paint on Canvas
16” x 24”

THERESA LEE “Bamboo Series #4” Acrylic and Rice Paper on Canvas 20” x 16”

THERESA LEE
“Bamboo Series #4”
Acrylic and Rice Paper on Canvas
20” x 16”

MARY E. MORGAN “Red and Yellow Hibiscus”  Mixed Collage: Acrylic, Mineral, Photo Transfer & Resin 36” x 36”

MARY E. MORGAN
“Red and Yellow Hibiscus”
Mixed Collage: Acrylic, Mineral, Photo Transfer & Resin
36” x 36”

ARTissimo MOSAICS presents four global perspectives through the diverse talent of artists from Canada, the U.S., Brazil and Norway who spectrally explore non-objective representation through spontaneity, dynamism and the playful juxtapositions of forms. Sensationally expressing the energy of the world, their brilliant gestural brushstrokes and huetopian color palettes express the spontaneity of journeys into newfound places. MARIO DI POLO transforms his itinerant experiences living all over the world into multifaceted mixed media art by drawing imagery from contemporary consumer culture to question our globalized urban community. TED MARTLAND creates mobiles comprised of organic, simple shapes that float delicately above viewers, enchanting vision through perpetually changing perspectives. ARMANDO MESQUITA NETO utilizes a spectral palette of colorful hues to create mesmerizing compositions composed of single lines to build undulating forms that weave about the space through meditative repetition. LILLIAN TORJUSSON’s harmonious compositions build bridges between disparate moments in history in order to aide interpretation of epochs personally unknown to contemporary visitors.

MARIO DiPOLO “Visual Reality VII” Mixed Media 16” x 16”

MARIO DiPOLO
“Visual Reality VII”
Mixed Media
16” x 16”

TED MARTLAND “Odill” Mobile 24” x 72”

TED MARTLAND
“Odill”
Mobile
24” x 72”

ARMANDO MESQUITA NETO “Arabesque” Acrylic on Canvas 47” x 31”

ARMANDO MESQUITA NETO
“Arabesque”
Acrylic on Canvas
47” x 31”

LILLIAN TORJUSSON “Sourire éternel: Golden Birth” Collage, Watercolor, Tempera & 22 c. Gold on Paper 43” x 35”

LILLIAN TORJUSSON
“Sourire éternel: Golden Birth”
Collage, Watercolor, Tempera & 22 c. Gold on Paper
43” x 35”

SEPTEMBER 2013 JUMBO INVITE FRONT

JULY 12 – AUGUST 12

2013 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its spectacular JULY 12 – AUGUST 12, 2013 Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This special, “Stars & Stripes Forever!” exhibition offers an exuberant 5-Star Salute to the arts which will dazzle the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its sparkling regeneration of the visual realm. Pulsating with dynamic synergy and artistic creativity, these artists’s sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world shine the spotlight on a universal artistic language.

SPECTRAL DIORAMAS sparkles art aficionados through an energizing national perspective with artists residing all over North America, including California, Illinois and Canada. This compelling mixed-media exhibition opens windows and illuminates natural landscapes in new, dynamic and exciting ways through multiple mediums including photography, painting and print-making. DEBBIE CAIN photographs landscapes across the world with an enchanting twist, transforming portraits of distinct individuals and entrancing locals into newfound places resurgent with surreal intrigue and fascination. ADRIENNE KYROS’s paintings mimic the undulating vigor of our natural world, capturing the timeless beauty of nature through paint in order to allow all to joyfully experience the wonderful landscapes that surround us within the calm reaches of our interiors. WILLIAM STEINBERG‘s intimate prints invert the standard geometric grid of modern architecture to explore the fluidity of construction that transcends its grounded space, creating anthropomorphic buildings that reveal wonderful fantasy worlds for all to enjoy.

DEBBIE CAIN “Concrete Dream” Digital Photography 16” x 20”

DEBBIE CAIN
“Concrete Dream”
Digital Photography
16” x 20”

ADRIENNE KYROS “Bougainvillea Magenta” Acrylic on Canvas 36” x 24”

ADRIENNE KYROS
“Bougainvillea Magenta”
Acrylic on Canvas
36” x 24”

WILLIAM STEINBERG “Old Bones”  Etching Ed. 1/15 3.5” x 1” 12” x 12” Framed

WILLIAM STEINBERG
“Old Bones”
Etching Ed. 1/15
3.5” x 1”
12” x 12” Framed

REALMS of the SOUL sets off fireworks with this star-spangled show reflecting three contemporary artists representing Australia, the Netherlands and the United States by exploring reality through spectacular color palettes and dynamic brushstrokes, offering an ecstatic representation of the effervescent world. Each artist distinctly questions humanity through emotional investigations, existentially representing varied perspectives on our surroundings. LIZ ASHBURN‘s “Crusade” series reinterprets the wars during the Holy Roman Empire through the lens of our time period’s Wars in Iraq, expressing through the dialectical tension of conflict the emergence of peace arising from the aftermath of political turmoil both on and off the battlefield. LIESBETH OUDSHOORN creates dream imagery inspired by her personal environment, intermixing surreal abstract figuration amidst bold pools of primary colors and taking viewers on a visual voyage filled with jovial imagination and fantastical intrigue. MONICA TAVAREZ reimagines the portraiture of 20th century masters in an individual and contemporary way by transforming the beautiful faces of women into demure statues of desire, timelessly presenting the heartfelt beauty and demeanor of ageless femininity.

LIZ ASHBURN “Medieval Crusaders” Detail of “Crusaders” Series Watercolor, Acrylic and Gouache on Canvas 12” x 26”

LIZ ASHBURN
“Medieval Crusaders”
Detail of “Crusaders” Series
Watercolor, Acrylic and Gouache on Canvas
12” x 26”

CLAUDIO FIORI “Maya 3” Digital Print on Canvas 35” x 25”

CLAUDIO FIORI
“Maya 3”
Digital Print on Canvas
35” x 25”

LIESBETH OUDSHOORN “Come On Baby Let’s Fly Away” Acrylic on Linen 40” x 40”

LIESBETH OUDSHOORN
“Come On Baby Let’s Fly Away”
Acrylic on Linen
40” x 40”

MONICA TAVAREZ “Doriana” Acrylic on Canvas 24” x 18”

MONICA TAVAREZ
“Doriana”
Acrylic on Canvas
24” x 18”

MAXIMUS of ABSTRACTION ignites the senses as it showcases contemporary art from the United States and Canada, fantastically capturing the globalized world through vivacious colors and sparkling brushstrokes. These energetic compositions question the reality of human actions by offering an interactive interpretation of the inner depths of one’s exuberant imagination. SHAWN JACOBS‘s gestural paintings represent a meeting between mind and body, the subconscious and perception, unbridled emotions and rational interpretation, and his vibrantly colorful canvases in exchange instigate viewers to feel and be inspired by his dialectical creations. JACK JASPER implements a rigorous color palette comprised of deep, saturated hues, juxtaposing pure fields of voluminous color with organic shapes delicately floating amidst the voracious backdrop of his abstract dreamscapes. NIKOLINA OKUKA finds inspiration in nature, turning her unique Gem Art ® compositions into aesthetic portals to the existing environments the glistening stones were acquired, creating an exceptional conversation between natural resources and individual creation.

SHAWN JACOBS “Somber 1” Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 31.5” x 20”

SHAWN JACOBS
“Somber 1”
Oil and Acrylic on Canvas
31.5” x 20”

JACK JASPER “At-one-ment” Acrylic on Canvas 52” x 38”

JACK JASPER
“At-one-ment”
Acrylic on Canvas
52” x 38”

NIKOLINA OKUKA “Paysage du Jasper Rouge” Gem art® - Mixed Media & Red Jasper Gemstones on Canvas 24” x 36”

NIKOLINA OKUKA
“Paysage du Jasper Rouge”
Gem art® – Mixed Media & Red Jasper Gemstones on Canvas
24” x 36”

OPTYX of the PLENTITUDE dazzles art connoisseurs with a national exhibition of artists residing in the United States including Colorado and New Mexico. This illuminating show sparkles before viewer’s candescent eyes, offering an enticing view of the surrounding world through delectable colors and dynamic artistic techniques. ANEESHA PARRONE transforms her itinerant experiences into multifaceted fabric artworks by drawing techniques from ancient civilizations in order to bridge gaps between societies and endorse world-wide connectivity. CHARLOTTE SHROYER‘s figurative silhouettes emerge from the depths of her entrancing canvases and demonstrate a side of portraiture interested in unearthing emotions of past experiences in order to express these memories symbolically through the human body.

ANEESHA PARRONE “Inlay of Winter”  Woven Tapestry: Wool, Cotton, Mohair and Shell Bead Adornments 14” x 10”

ANEESHA PARRONE
“Inlay of Winter”
Woven Tapestry: Wool, Cotton, Mohair and Shell Bead Adornments
14” x 10”

CHARLOTTE SHROYER “Quartet” Oil on Canvas 48” x 36”

CHARLOTTE SHROYER
“Quartet”
Oil on Canvas
48” x 36”

COLLECTORS’ CHOICE is an exuberant compendium of carefully curated contemporary art reflecting eclectic yet sophisticated sensorial perspectives of the world which creatively pulsate with dynamism and energy. Imaginatively presenting visual communication through diverse levels of external and internal experiences, “Collectors’ Choice” Master PAUL M. COTE employs an Abstract vocabulary and the audience is confidently shown the passionate energy of the act of creation. 

PAUL M. COTE "Above the Clouds" Acrylic on Canvas 48" x 36"

PAUL M. COTE
“Above the Clouds”
Acrylic on Canvas
48″ x 36″

JULY FRONT

JUNE 7 – JULY 9

2013 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to show in its JUNE 7 – JULY 9, 2013 Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form.  This special “Mid-Summer Night’s Dream” exhibition offers a magical tribute which will enchant the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its incandescent renewal and regeneration of the visual realm. With symphonic precision, they translate abstract thoughts and familiar scenes into a unique perspective, orchestrated by a bravura of brushstrokes accompanied by kaleidoscopic hues. Pulsating with dynamic synergy and expressive artistic creativity, these artists render a visual lexicon of sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world as they shine the spotlight on a unique, universal artistic language, creating dazzling panoramas of visual delight that are infused with a divine creative spirit.

REVERIES to MOONLIGHT & STARLIGHT is a compelling non-objective exhibition that magically unites an invigorated modern abstract vision from three compelling artists hailing from the U.S., the Netherlands and Venezuela. Through innovative visual metaphors, these gifted artists inventively display their ability to translate the power of dreams and the human imagination onto the canvas with carefully balanced shapes and colors. DIANE HOLLAND’s elegant earth-tone color palette and rich textures remarkably transform her abstract expressionist paintings into rusticated portals that initiate lasting narratives and compelling stories that continue to thrill viewers’ wildest imaginations. BREGJE HORSTEN implements a rigorous color palette comprised of deep, saturated hues, juxtaposing pure fields of voluminous color with organic shapes floating amidst the voracious backdrop of her abstract dreamscapes. LINDA MORALES’s polychromic color-field oil on canvas paintings burst with vibrant melodies through her over-sized canvases, expressive brushstrokes, energizing color planes and captivating compositional harmony.

HOLLAND The Back Fence Mixed Media on Canvas 40 x 30 9,000.

DIANE HOLLAND
“The Back Fence”
Mixed Media on Canvas
40” x 30”

HORSTEN Land_of_a_1000_dances-Oil_on_canvas-47.24x31,5inches__80x120cm

BREGJE HORSTEN
“Land of 1,000 Dances”
Oil on Canvas
47.2” x 31.5”

MORALES A Rainbor to Me Acrylic on Canvas 50 x 30 3,200.

LINDA MORALES
“A Rainbow to Me”
Acrylic on Canvas
50” x 30”

ENCHANTED KINGDOMS is a prismatic portal to nature which showcases three unique masters from Dubai and the U.S. whose individualistic lexicon of illuminated hues and masterful brushstrokes culminate in visually rich and carefully orchestrated contemporary expressionistic reinterpretations of classically inspired perceptions of nature. Singing with radiant light and reverberating with luscious color, these works luminously echo the timelessness and beauty of our world. ANYA AKHTAR’s Impressionist mixed-media “Girasol” series visually stimulates viewers through her brilliant coloration and inspirational Sunflower compositions, instigating pleasant emotional responses from all graced with her opulent paintings. ZOË ANN FISCHER finds the beauty in all society’s terrains and exhibits nature in all of its glory by capturing the luscious colors of sprawling landscapes overwhelmed by the luminescent streaks of warm sunlight beaming and illuminating the artist’s forested meadows and mountaintops. ANN GORES’s magnificent plein air landscapes demonstrate an unparalleled ability to capture the essence and spirit of the natural world and her gorgeous depictions of pastoral vistas transport the viewer to idyllic locations through her vivid color palette and tantalizing texture.

AKHTAR GIRASOL II Oil and Graphite

ANYA AKHTAR
“Girasol II”
Watercolor, Graphite and Ink on Paper
8.5” x 12” Mounted

FISCHER Line Dancers Oil on Canvas 36 x 36

ZOË ANN FISCHER
“Line Dancers”
Oil on Canvas
36” x 36”

GORES Cherry Orchard - Les Baux, France Oil on Canvas 24 x 30 2,000.

ANN GORES
“Cherry Orchard – Les Baux, France”
Oil on Canvas
24” x 30”

HEAVEN On EARTH exhibits three U.S. artists whose paintings seek to ameliorate the beauty of nature’s glorious bounties. These artists transport viewers to a celestial fantasy world of the eye which reverberates with effervescent, provocative rendering. Each of these masterful artists express the magnificence of nature, exposing the simplistic visual stimulation from experiencing a beautiful seascape, placid countryside or dynamic cityscape. RUDOLPH MASON magnificently transforms his experiences amidst cityscapes into individual impressions that symbolize the vivacious energies that persistently turn the wheels and initiate the momentum behind the continual operations of a prosperous city. H. LLOYD WESTON’s luminescent oil on canvas landscape and floral compositions shine the spotlight on the splendors of the sensorial realm and take us on a visual odyssey through our environment, inspiring poetic messages of serenity within our world. ANNE PRICE YATES highlights with magnificent color the natural realm and masterfully brings to life the vibrancy of Mother Nature, depicting tranquil scenes with lush landscaping that focuses on idyllic, pastoral vignettes of country gardens bathed in dewy morning light.

MASON 125th_and_Broadway Oil on Canvas 24 x 30 1,600.

RUDOLPH MASON
“125th and Broadway”
Oil on Canvas
24” x 30”

WESTON Northshore Vista

H. LLOYD WESTON
“North Shore Vista”
Oil on Canvas
36” x 42”

YATES Lavender_Hill Oil on Canvas 16 x 20

ANNE PRICE YATES
“Lavender Hill”
Oil on Canvas
16” x 20”

PRISMATIC DREAMSCAPES features four global artists hailing from Italy, France and the U.S. who assist us in appreciating the wonders of the world with an alluring perspective as they whisk the audience on a magic odyssey to exotic realms of the imagination. Through the mediums of painting and sculpture, each artist symbolizes the existential plight of individuals within an expanding global and international community. MARIANA ACUÑA’s labyrinthine abstract expressionist canvases are visually reminiscent to the esoteric figure drawings within the depths the caves in Lascaux, France, allowing viewers to playfully decode the figural symbols throughout her colorful compositions. ISA D’ARLEANS’s close-up portraits of men and women simplify individualism for betterment of the community by allowing all to equally interact with these angelic faces and through her art, experience communal bonds by sharing universal feelings and emotions. MAL LUBER’s photorealist style combines painting and drawing into single compositions that include messages inspiring equality and social justice, transforming his opulent creations into artistic literature meant to promote the ethical virtues of community and understanding within our global world. PAUL McKAY’s figurative sculptures capture the essence of humanity in contemporary society: humans are equally products of both culture and nature, and are as irrational as rational, as emotional as pragmatic, and as traditional as progressive in our globalized contemporary world. 

ACUNA Song of Life Canto A Una Semilla Oil Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas 31.5 x  47.3

MARIANA ACUÑA
“Canto a Una Semilla”
Oil, Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas
31.5” x 47.3”

DARLEANS Hurt Acrylic on Canvas 36 x 24

ISA D’ARLEANS
“Hurt”
Acrylic on Canvas
36” x 24”

LUBER Have_You_Seen_The_Writing_on_the_Wall Acrylic on Canvas 32.5 x 48

MAL LUBER
“Have You Seen The Writing on the Wall”
Acrylic on Canvas
34” x 48”

McKAY Eternal_Stomp_(Dionysus_and_Amphictyonis) Fired Clay with Patina 15 x 9.5 x 11.5

PAUL McKAY
“Eternal Stomp (Dionysus and Amphictyonis)”
Fired Clay with Patina
15” (61” on Pedestal) x 9.5” x 11.5”

JUNE 2013 JUMBO INVITATION FRONT

MAY 3 – JUNE 4

2013 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to show in its exhilarating MAY 3-JUNE 4, 2013 Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form.  This special “SALUTE To The STARS!” exhibition boasts more “Stars than there are in Heaven” and offers a sparkling tribute which will dazzle the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its incandescent  renewal and regeneration of the visual realm. Pulsating with dynamic synergy and artistic creativity, these artists’ sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world shine the spotlight on a unique, universal artistic language. Each artist has the unique capacity to circumnavigate cultural barriers and nationalistic identities as they translate contemporary global art to transcend the scope of language, translating their views into a universal manifestation of international artistic communication.

STARS on EARTH is a heaven sent exhibition which represents the apex of excellence reflecting the work of two international abstract masters from Canada and Switzerland along with two acclaimed American artists. Through the non-objective modality of painting and sculpture, these artists offer an international perspective to the non-representational realm by illustrating powerful artistic interpretations of the world. Their imaginative quest for new artistic horizons and sensorial synchronicities explores inner visions and emotions rather than words as they transform interpretive realms into poignantly mystical beautiful abstract works of art by illuminating the mysteries of the world while offering unique insight into the wonderment of life. HÉLÈNE DeSERRES’s intimate mixed-media portraits of turbulent seascapes and the aquatic wildlife that inhabits the oceanic abyss expresses through her saturated color palette and dynamic brushwork the powerful foundation of our natural world. J. DULE’s expressive brushstrokes, vibrant use of color and the variegated positions of forms throughout his paintings elicit an emotional response from the viewer, one that expresses the multitude of feelings experienced in contemporary society. KAY GRIFFITH’s abstract paintings are guided by a formal interest in expanding visual vocabulary to express emotions within the world through an adherence to the design elements of color and texture. MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI’s opulent mosaic mixed-media works employ the natural beauty of glass to capture surrounding reflections of the gallery space and those viewing her work, creating a participatory and site-specific event for the audience.

DeSERRES Peonies at Dawn Mixed Media on Canvas 12 x 12 4,000.

HÉLÈNE DeSERRES
“Peonies At Dawn”
Mixed Media on Canvas
12” x 12”

DULE universe_the_beginning... Acrylic on Canvas 36 x 48

J. DULE
“Universe: The Beginning….”
Acrylic on Canvas
36” x 48”

GRIFFITH Breat of Passion Oil on Linen 48 x 60 24,500.

KAY GRIFFITH
“Breath of Passion”
Oil on Linen
48” x 60”

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MANUELLA MUERNER MARIONI
“In Testa Musica Italiana”
Mixed Media Sculpture
19” x 12.5” x 15”

SYNERGY of the STARS challenges the eye with two American and one Ukrainian artist whose abstracted expressions reflect the deepest visceral qualities of the human heart by revealing a huetopian quest which reflects a myriad of colors juxtaposed against a polarity of shapes that pulsate with electric energy. Ignited by the dynamic use of brilliant and bold pigments which capture the dichotomy of human emotions, their visual odyssey explores the unconventional images of the spirit. Always evolving into a profound metaphoric message through their metaphysical search, they create a virtual fireworks display of creative and exuberant energy infused with emotional power and bravado. PHILP CATANIA’s oil on canvas creations are filled with emblematic imagery fully imbued with imaginatively fulfilling surreal figures that contemplate the heart, mind and soul of contemporary society. TERI LEVINE combines Avant-Garde techniques including expressionism, cubism and symbolism to create her visceral paintings of diverse subjects elegantly connected through her opulent saturated palette. ZINAIDA LIHACHEVA’s abstract color-field canvases envelope viewers with dynamic layers of gem-colored forms that dramatically circumnavigate the picture-plane through her opulent brushwork and textured application.

CATANIA Duck's World Oil on Canvas 11 x 11 Framed

PHILIP CATANIA
“Duck’s World”
Oil on Canvas
11” x 11” Framed

LEVINE Lady with Petals 18 x 18 oil on canvas

TERI LEVINE
“Lady with Petals”
Oil on Canvas
18” x 18”

LIHACHEVA Transfiguration Oil on Canvas 35 x 35 3,000.

ZINAIDA LIHACHEVA
“Transfiguration”
Oil on Canvas
35” x 35”

STARLIGHT SYNCHRONICITIES is a star-filled artistic compendium that intriguingly shines the light and unravels the mysteries of the world through three international masters from Venezuela, Slovenia and the Netherlands. Their visceral canvases are expressive figurative metaphors that mirror the individual moods of human nature by allowing our horizons to form new viewpoints as it explores the profound complexities of life.  Encouraging its audience to interact with its powerful and forceful silhouettes, the results of this dazzling survey are utterly compelling works whose bold intensity and dynamic truths communicate powerful energy reflecting shifts in human emotions. MARCELA CARVALHO shares the elemental force of honest naiveté with her audience by combining outstanding technical ability with imaginative inspiration to pay homage to the intelligence, beauty and admirable strength of women living in contemporary society. NATASA MENART channels her artistic creativity through her imagination, painting scenarios that abstract time and place in order to emphasize the action of figures parading within her fantastical scenarios. JANET TIMMERIJE simplifies the natural world into fantastical, color-field compositions, leaving room for viewers to fantasize and imagine whimsical narratives surrounding her bold Pop illustration-inspired designs. 

CARVALHO The Pink Bouquet

MARCELA CARVALHO
“The Pink Bouquet”
Oil, Oil Pastel, Recycled Jewelry and Silk Roses on Canvas
45” x 26”

MENART Couple Oil on Canvas 23.6 x 19.6

NATASA MENART
“Couple”
Oil on Canvas
23.6” x 19.7”

TIMMERIJE Flatiron Acrylico n Linen 47.3 x 31.5

JANET TIMMERIJE
“Flatiron”
Acrylic on Linen
47.3” x 31.5”

CANDESCENCE of the STARS is a celestial constellation showcasing four American incandescent artistic lights who intricately interweave a sublime tableau, reflecting an expressionist connection between humankind and the wonderment of the terrestrial realm. This heaven-on-earth exhibition emphasizes ravishing color juxtapositions which are showered with stardust and sun-kissed hues as these masterful artists communicate the ambrosial joys of our environment and interject their luminescent compositions with exciting, positive spiritual energy. Offering a parallax vision to the majesty of the natural world by creating a magical, enchanted kingdom, their works joyfully burst with effervescent color as they ethereally illustrate the splendor of the natural terrain. R. BRUCE BRENNAN channels imagery from around the world including turbulent seascapes, serene snow-covered meadows and boisterous city streets through his imagination to express the vibrant energy of these distant locales. TERREL JONES paints a vision of pastoralism and harmony with nature, creating captivating portraits brimming with peaceful earth-tones and imagery inspired by the organic hues and undulating lines of Earth’s landscapes. FRANCES de COURCY MERCER transposes the vibrant energy of the cosmic world and expresses the heartfelt wellbeing of experiencing the dynamism of a sublime vista into her brilliantly hued, lively watercolor creations. PHYLLIS TERRELL’s wonderful floral still lives combine naturalism with expressionism where playful bouquets of opulent flowers blossom and express their brilliance and vitality through gem-colored hues.

BRENNAN Frozen In Oil on Canvas 40 x 50

R. BRUCE BRENNAN
“Frozen In”
Oil on Canvas
40” x 50”

JONES Arcadia Mixed Media on Canvas oil, gold paper and thread on canvas 40 x 30

TERREL JONES
“Arcadia”
Oil, Gold Paper and Thread on Canvas
40” x 30”

MERCER Sur La Mer Watercolor on Paper 9 x 11 13 x 16 Framed

FRANCES de COURCY MERCER
“Sur La Mer”
Watercolor on Paper
9” x 11”
13” x 16” Framed

TERRELL Basket_of_flowers 27 x 35

PHYLLIS TERRELL
“Basket of Flowers”
Watercolor on Paper
27” x 35”

MAY 2013 JUMBO FRONT

APRIL 5 – APRIL 30

2013 Exhibition

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AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its evanescent APRIL 5 – APRIL 30, 2013 Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form.  This special “La Dolce Vita ~ Printemps” exhibition inaugurates Springtime and offers a visual bouquet to delight the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike as it rejuvenates and regenerates the visual realm. This passionate, cross-cultural survey generates fresh creative energy through unexpected bold color juxtapositions, imaginative forms and dynamic shapes to offer a global conversation on contemporary art.

WHEN the SKY Sweeps the EARTH explores the legacy of three virtuosic masters from the U.S. and Korea who offer reveries to nature and continue man’s profound quest to find the beauty in our bountiful terrain. This Heaven on Earth compendium of visual conversations reflect diverse artistic dialogues that arouse fresh interactions and new sensorial perspectives of Mother Nature. DAVID CULP arrests pastoral serenity in his beautiful Impressionist paintings, exalting the power, energy and vitality of Modern cities. JUCHUL KIM transforms cityscapes around the world into newfound perspectives of architectural marvels transcending through the open air, metaphorically reconnecting our diverse world through his original pointillist brushwork. JEFF SIWICKI’s photorealist compositions transport viewers to awe inspiring destinations around the world, allowing all to feel the expansive energies of the natural world.

CULP Pharmacia Street Acrylic and Ink on Board 19 x 25

DAVID CULP
“Pharmacia Street”
Acrylic and Ink on Bristol Board
19” x 25”

KIM Brooklyn_Bridge_New_York 28.6 x 20.9 Oil_on_canvas_2013

JUCHUL KIM
“Brooklyn Bridge – New York”
Oil on Canvas
28.6” x 20.9”

SIWICKI Zion 2 Acrylic oand Guoche on Canvas 20 x 30 1100.

JEFF SIWICKI
“Zion”
Acrylic and Gouache on Canvas
20” x 30”

SPRING SOULstice shines the spotlight on three gifted U.S. contemporary photographers as they integrate their varied emotional perspectives and diverse artistic languages into a united dialogue. Demonstrating an unparalleled mastery of the digital media, these artists utilize the Third Eye of modern technology to manipulate nature’s photographic mirror and create a metaphysical realm of mystery and fantasy. PATRICIA GAGNÉ combines photography with painting to create beautiful portraits that exalt the nascent spiritual connection of blissful children joyfully engaging in the wondrous playground of our natural world. ROBERT HEIER’s fauxtographs reinvent reality by manipulating cityscapes to geometrical simplicity, breaking buildings into surreal saturated spaces removed but symbolically reminiscent of their original settings. KRISTIN WESSLING imbues her breathtaking black and white photography with a sense of emotion that transcends the picture plane, enveloping the viewer in the majesty of her awe-inspiring scenes.

GAGNE Beach Play Ink poured on Canvas 24 x 30

PATRICIA GAGNÉ
“Beach Play”
Digital Mixed Media on Canvas
24” x 30”

HEIER Venice Verve Fauxtograph 46 x 36

ROBERT HEIER
“Venice Verve”
Fauxtograph
46” x 36”

WESSLING Homage black and white photograph printed on metallic paper 22 x 33

KRISTIN WESSLING
“Homage”
Photograph printed on Metallic Paper
Limited Edition Print 1 / 25
22” x 33”

APOTHEOSIS of the ILLUMINATA introduces two international artists from Greece and the Slovak Republic who explore the contemporary human body through the medium of painting and photography. With a clever syncopated beat and a unique artistic perspective, their masterful ink on paper and photography artworks possess a universal appeal through their emotional and surreal portraits. MARILENA CHRISTODOULOU expresses the inner depths of unbounded feelings and sensual emotions through the dynamic beauty of the physical female form in motion. Artist MICHAL PUDELKA photographs the contemporary world with an enchanting twist, transforming portraits of young women in entrancing locals into newfound places resurgent with surreal intrigue and fascination.

CHRISTODOULOU Sightly Ink on Paper 11 x 7.9

MARILENA CHRISTODOULOU
“Sightly”
Ink on Paper
11” x 8”

PUDELKA star_dust Analogue Photography 29.5 x 19

MICHAL PUDELKA
“Star Dust (Together Apart Series)”
Analogue Photography – Pigment Print on Canvas
Limited Edition of 2
29.5” x 19”

VORTEX of the HUEtopia mystifies the senses with ravishing mixed media paintings and glass over hand formed sculptures whose amalgamation of simple shape arrangements and complexly hued gestural alterations reflect tremendous energy and remarkable vision. These talented artists from the U.S. and Australia express the joy of the universe through colorful and vivid kaleidoscopic images which enchantingly capture the élan of our world. PAUL M. COTE’s abstract canvases implement dynamic production techniques through lusciously layered expressive strokes in vibrantly colored hues, expressing sentiments, emotions and feelings inspired by and representative of contemporary society. The artist JULEE LATIMER’s “Goddess Flower” series is a kaleidoscopic garden overflowing with hand sculpted floral designs finished with brilliant glass mosaic embellishments symbolically representative of Greek mythology.

COTE Age of Innocence Acrylic and Mixed Media 30 x 30

PAUL M. COTE
“Age of Innocence”
Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas
30” x 30”

LATIMER Aphrodite, Goddess of Passion and Culture mixed media 10 x 10 x 11

JULEE LATIMER
“Aphrodite: Goddess of Passion and Culture”
Vitreous Glass, Smalti, Glass Gems, Glass Beads, Glass Canes,
Stained Glass, Millefiori and 24kt Gold over Hand Formed Sculpture
10” x 10” x 11

SALUTE to SPAIN invites us to rejoice in the parallax visions of seven diverse artists from Spain. This international exhibition celebrates their global talent and offers a worldwide cross-cultural exchange of elegant and sophisticated paintings and sculptures whose fluidity of line and concepts are timeless while still being modern. With their appreciation for the pivotal vibrancy of the natural world and the spiritual mind, these Spanish artworks captivate the soul with their passionate beauty and masterful forms. Josefina Arocha’s series involves investigations into color theory by exploring saturated hues and delicate shades through technical methods involving building up the canvas’ textured appearance with dynamic brushstrokes. Mery Carbonero mystifies the senses with the amalgamation of simple shape arrangement and complexly hued gestural alterations which have tremendous energy and remarkable vision that metamorphose into stunning visual voyages of the imagination. Elena Lopez Herreros Elohe’s visual lexicon expresses the joy of the universe through her colorful and vivid kaleidoscopic images which contribute to the expressionistic element of her work that enchantingly captures the élan of the human realm. Angel Fuster engenders an abstract yet emotional rendering of humanity in contemporary society as he dynamically portrays the human body in solitude, in all its complexities and various expressions. Jaime Gil’s sculptures shine the spotlight on expressive figures and the heroic event of bullfighting, one of Spain’s national symbols, celebrating this animal and all the event’s brazen participants as a Spanish cultural metaphor for strength, passion and power. Oscar Jiménez’s scenes of kinship emotionally capture the inner essence and joy of the child as he expresses the deep heart’s core and imbues his art with elemental forces of honest, innocent expressions by combining technical ability with imagination. Carmen López-Olivares’s expressive photorealism unearths famous paintings from Art History, adding a contemporary twist to historical scenes through her wonderful layering and brilliant coloration.

AROCHA Untitled Acrylic on Canvas 26.5 x 32.5

SALUTE to SPAIN
JOSEFINA AROCHA
“Untitled”
Acrylic on Canvas
26.5” x 32.5”

CARBONERO Firmamento Acrylic on Canvas 28.5 x 23.5

SALUTE to SPAIN
MERY CARBONERO
“Firmamento”
Acrylic on Canvas
28.5” x 23.5”

FUSTER Untitled Oil on Canvas 45.7 x 35

SALUTE to SPAIN
ANGEL FUSTER
“Untitled”
Oil on Canvas
45.7” x 35”

GIL Verbenero Bronze 16.9 x 7.5

SALUTE to SPAIN
JAIME GIL
“Verbenero”
Synthetic Bronze with Metallic Resin
16.9” x 7.5”

HERREROS Demasiado Corazon Oil on Canvas 39.4 x 31.5

SALUTE to SPAIN
ELENA LOPEZ HERREROS “ELOHE”
“Demasiado Corazon”
Oil on Canvas
39.4″ x 31.5″

JIMENEZ El_Instinto pastel on paper 29.5 x 39.3

SALUTE to SPAIN
OSCAR JIMÉNEZ
“El Instinto”
Pastel on Paper
29.5” x 39.3”

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

SALUTE to SPAIN
CARMEN LÓPEZ-OLIVARES
“The Girl in Venice”
Oil on Canvas
25.6” x 9.1”

COLLECTORS’ CHOICE is an exuberant compendium of carefully curated contemporary art reflecting eclectic yet sophisticated sensorial perspectives of the world which creatively pulsate with dynamism and energy, offering a visual bouquet of innovative styles ranging from Abstract to Landscape Painting, Photography to Sculptural Mobile compositions. Imaginatively presenting their visual communication through diverse levels of external and internal experiences, these talented Contemporary Masters employ a variety of mediums and the audience is confidently shown the passionate energy of the act of creation. Amsterdam Whitey Gallery is proud to shine the spotlight on the following important “Collectors’ Choice” Artists: DMINC, TED MARTLAND, JOHN PETERS, SÜ (SUZANNE FORTIN) and KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC.

DMINC Enchantment Acrylic, Pastes, Resins, Shells, Rhinestones and Swarovski Crystals on Canvas 27.9 x 41.3

COLLECTORS’ CHOICE
DMINC
“Enchantment”
Acrylic, Pastes, Resins, Shells, Rhinestones and Swarovski Crystals on Canvas
27.9” x 41.3”

FORTIN Childhood Stigmas Ink Pastel Wite and paper on Canvas 14 x 14 x 3

COLLECTORS’ CHOICE

“Childhood Stigmas”
Ink, Pastel, Wire and Paper on Canvas
14” x 14” x 3”

MARTLAND Ann Mobile 20 x 12

COLLECTORS’ CHOICE
TED MARTLAND
“Ann”
Mobile
20” x 12”

PETERS A Fall Walk Oil on Canvas 16 x 20

JOHN PETERS
“A Fall Walk”
Oil on Canvas
16” x 20”

TYLEC Alluvial Mixed 12 x 12

KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC
“Alluvial”
Tree tar, Natural Materials and Acrylic on Polypropylene
12” x 12”

APR 2013 INVITE FRONT 3

MARCH 8 – APRIL 2

2013 Exhibition

MARCH2013POSTER

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its MARCH 8 – APRIL 2, 2013 Exhibition and special “Masquerade Magique” Fête on Thursday, March 14 leading Contemporary Master Artists whose mesmerizing works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the magical realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This special Spring exhibition offers a visual bouquet to delight the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados, entrancing the apex of excellence while offering a fantastical international perspective to the representational and non-representational realm through spellbinding artistic interpretations of the world.

MELODIES of EARTH & SKY introduces three unique masters from the U.S., Austria and Italy whose individualistic lexicon of illuminated hues and masterful brush strokes culminate in visually rich carefully orchestrated contemporary expressionistic reinterpretations of classically inspired nature perceptions. Singing with radiant light and reverberating with luscious color, these works luminously echo the timelessness and beauty of our natural world. ANDREA HARRIS captures the alluring relationship between Man and Nature in her Seasons, Treasured Moments series as one brimming with wondrous curiosity by presenting a fresh perspective of a forested vista’s physical change through time. INGE MAIR arrests pastoral serenity in her beautiful color-saturated serene acrylic on canvas paintings, exalting power, energy and nascent spirituality to reclaim the timeless essence of Nature. JOSEPHINE PITITTO captures the essence of natural landscapes and the people that take residence in these sublime vistas through her loose brushwork to swiftly capture and preserve a treasured moment in time.  

HARRIS Mystic Spring Oil and Cold Wax on Canvas 30 x 30

ANDREA HARRIS
“Mystic Spring” (Spring)
Oil and Cold Wax on Canvas
30” x 30”

MAIR Tranquility,_31,5x23,62_inches,_2011._Acryl_on_Canvas,_$_1.500,00,_Inge_Mair

INGE MAIR
“Tranquility”
Acrylic on Canvas
31.5” x 23.6”

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JOSEPHINE PITITTO
“Tuscan Harmony”
Oil on Canvas
28.8” x 37.4”

PARADISE of the EFFLORESCENT presents four remarkable international masters from the U.S. and France who offer expressionistic visceral vistas with a global perspective as they dynamically capture the effervescent beauty of the natural world and the floral kingdom. Investigating both the physicality of the environment as well as the inner emotions of the human spirit, their conceptually symbolic compositions are intriguing creations alluringly appealing to the human heart. ALICE “DAENA” HICKEY’s watercolor compositions breach canvas boundaries with luminous subjects found in the natural world, capturing the delicate beauty of radiant flowers and the whimsical flurry of butterflies through spectral hues and expressive brushstrokes. JOËLLE KEM LIKA channels the dynamism of life into her Impressionist floral paintings that visually instigate pleasurable emotional responses through her gestural brushwork and energetic color palette. SUBODH MAHESHWARI bathes her artwork in glistening pools of saturated hues to capture the ethereal beauty and timeless vitality of the floral kingdom. SUSAN MARX creates Abstract Impressionist landscapes brimming with vitality, painting the vibrant essence of the floral kingdom through her dynamic brushwork and multifaceted application of spectral colored hues. 

HICKEY Busy Bee Watercolor on Canvas 36 x 24

ALICE “DAENA” HICKEY
“Busy Bee”
Watercolor on Canvas
36” x 24”

LIKA bruissement_charnel Acrylic on Canvas 30 x 30

JOËLLE KEM LIKA
“Bruissements Charnels Rouge”
Acrylic on Canvas
30” x 30”

MAHESHWARI African Tulips Pastel on Paper 28.5 x 35.5

SUBODH MAHESHWARI
“African Tulips”
Pastel on Paper
19.5” x 25.5”
29” x 35.5” Framed

MARX Sea of Red FLowers Acrylic on Canvas 30 x 24

SUSAN MARX
“Sea of Red Flowers”
Acrylic on Canvas
30” x 24”

EYEconic VIEWTORICITY introduces four international masters from Chili, Norway, the Netherlands and Greece, who through the modality of sculpture, painting and photography offer an international visual enchantment of emotions and perspectives. Communicating passionate artistic visions which are illustrated with infectious energy, these supremely talented artists add a frisson of excitement to the visual realm, igniting thought and inspiring self-reflection through dynamic forms and unique mediums. The artist ANDRES BECKER expresses the sublime essence of man’s relation to the boundless possibilities of the ocean through a phenomenal relationship between viewers and his large-scale sculptural creations. HEIDI FOSLI combines expressionism with symbolism, utilizing variegated brushwork to dynamically depict emblematic imagery fully imbued with imaginatively fulfilling subtexts about society in relation to the surrounding world. LIESBETH OUDSHOORN mixes surreal abstract figuration amidst bold pools of primary colors taking viewers on a visual voyage filled with jovial imagination and fantastical intrigue. PAGRATIS PAGRATIDIS fuses fact with fiction in his surreal photography series by staging scenarios overwhelmed by an uncanny juxtaposition of sublime landscapes and an unlikely existence of anthropomorphic objects. 

BECKER Sea Maríne Dragón Welded Tin, Bronze, Steel, Copper and Metallic Grill 55 x 24 x 46 (2)

ANDRES BECKER
“Dragón Marino [Marine Dragon]”
Welded Tin, Bronze, Steel, Copper and Metallic Grill
55” x 24” x 46”

FOSLI Anticipation Oil on Canvas 19.7 x 15.7

HEIDI FOSLI
“Anticipation”
Oil on Canvas
19.7” x 15.8”

OUDSHOORN _You_can_go_your_own_way._Acrylic_on_linen_40x40_inches

LIESBETH OUDSHOORN
“You Can Go Your Own Way”
Acrylic on Linen
40” x 40”

PAGRATIDIS The Monk no. 13 Digital Print on Archival paper attached on Dibond 27.6 x 55.1

PAGRATIS PAGRATIDIS
“The Monk” No. 13
Digital Print on Archival Paper mounted on Aluminum Dibond
Edition 1 / 7 Plus 2 Artist Prints
27.6” x 55.1”

MAGNASCOPIC TRANSPLENDENCE showcases four artists from Israel,  U.A.E., Vietnam and Korea who guide us on a fanciful odyssey as they illustrate the latitude and longitude of the universe with richly hued emotionally enticing tableaux. These kaleidoscopic elixirs capture hidden emotions and unseen attitudes through expert use of emotive color, light and shadows, externalizing the splendor of our charismatic world. ELI COHEN uniquely portrays portraits from around the world to capture the multitude of individuals defining our multicultural world, harmoniously uniting physical and emotional characteristics to engender an exceptional portrait of an individual soul. ANNE LISE KAABY’s unique style intermingles Avant-Garde techniques to create harmonious compositions brimming with prismatic color, topographic texture and surreal intrigue. NGUYEN LIEU creates a series overflowing with bold colors and dynamic energy and has turned dreamed imagery into meditative narratives by interlocking paintings through his beautifully rendered repetitious “Scarecrow” motif. SUNGEUN PARK captures meditative harmony by presenting graceful swans in magnificent flight amidst subdued sublime dreamscapes in her “Dreaming of Flight” series, encapsulating a serene sensation comparable the feeling of one’s restful body at peace.

COHEN Jamaica Black River Watercolor on Paper 9.5 x 12.5

ELI COHEN
“Jamaica, Black River”
Watercolor on Paper
9.5” x 12.5”

KAABY Awkward Silence Acrylic and Collage on Canvas 39.5 x 31.5

ANNE LISE KAABY
“Awkward Silence”
Acrylic and Collage on Canvas
39.5” x 31.5”

LIEU SCAECROW AND HORSE Acrylic on Canvas (80cm x 60cm)

NGUYEN LIEU
“Scarecrow and Horse”
Acrylic on Canvas
31.5” x 23.6”

PARK dreaming Mixed Media on Paper 10 x 24.6

SUNGEUN PARK
“Dreaming”
Mixed Media on Paper
10” x 24.6”

MAR 2013 JUMBO FRONT

FEBRUARY 1 – MARCH 5

2013 Exhibition

FEB 2013 POSTER copy

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its glittering FEBRUARY 1 – MARCH 5, 2013 Valentine Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This sweetheart of an exhibition joyfully embraces unsurpassed contemporary master artworks which radiate sublime artist energy as it seductively romances our visual senses.  Pulsating with a plentitude of mesmerizing synergy and luminescent artistic creativity, these Valentine treasures are infused with a romantic mystique and become landmark visual gems. Sophisticated, eclectic and evanescent these artworks represent the universality of the world as they shine the spotlight on a global artistic language.

SEDUCTION of the ABSTRACT introduces us to three talented masters from the United States and Spain who explore the perceptions of the heart in richly diverse non-objective compositions that conjure vibrant spectrums of human emotions and transpose visceral expressions into syncopated, kaleidoscopic color values and textured forms. MICHAEL ALTHEIM‘s glass sculptures are a mosaic of highly saturated ebullient spectral colors and spatial texture that carefully convalesce into decorative, functional and aesthetic visual arenas. LUCILE DRISKELL utilizes an abstract vocabulary, including a strict adherence to color, shape and space, in order to visually express universal ideas appropriately applicable to contemporary individual experience. DIEGO SALADO’s neutral color palette and portrayal of granular texture turn his canvases into topographical maps that lend his artwork a sense of elegant harmony fused with a pulsating primitive energy.

ALTHEIM Shadows Glass 22 H.

MICHAEL ALTHEIM
“Shadows”
Glass Sculpture Vase
22” H.

DRISKELL Flight monostyle print 33 x 25 framed

LUCILE DRISKELL
“Flight”
Monotype Print
25” x 17” Plate
33” x 25” Framed

SALADO Dream of Phoenix Oil on Canvas 40 x 30

DIEGO SALADO
“Dream of Phoenix”
Oil on Canvas
40” x 30”

RAPTUROUS DIVERTIMENTOS presents an international perspective with three artists hailing from Australia, Austria and Spain. This captivating show demonstrates the pinnacle of what makes successful abstract art know no parameters or boundaries, demonstrating an inherent freedom of brushstrokes and the dynamic synergy of powerful, huetopian colors. SABINE BLODORN’s lusciously textured mixed-media canvases visually express the boundless journey of life, involving a congealing of questions and concerns about our lived past, phenomenal present and the unknown future. PAOLO GELB transforms his canvases through saturated swirling colors, dynamic brushwork, generous layering and abstract figuration into opulent portals leading viewers to imaginative interpretations of his energetic expressions. JOSEFA LEÓN’s figurative wood sculptures capture the essence of the subjects chosen, carving out of exotic woods dynamic figures demonstrating the vigor and energy of the human body in harmony with nature.

BLODORN Intergalactic Treasure Hunt Hunter Synthetic Polymer Paint, Glitter, Silver Spray and Mirrors 39.4 x 39.4

SABINE BLODORN
“Intergalactic Treasure Hunt Hunter”
Synthetic Polymer Paint, Glitter, Silver Spray and Mirrors on Canvas
39.4” x 39.4”

GELB A Seelenwanderung 55.1 x 35.4

PAOLO GELB
“How I Saw Him”
Acrylic on Canvas
55.1” x 35.4”

LEON Relieve con Cisne Madera. Punus Sylvestris 18.7 x 15.6

JOSEFA LEÓN
“Relieve Con Cisne”
Pinus Sylvestris Wood
18.7” x 15.6”

COEUR a COEUR is an exuberant compendium of three contemporary masters from Mexico, Italy and Florida whose visual lexicon unites global dynamic energy with international aesthetic sensibilities to create passionate emotional figurative portraits which radiate an effervescent charm. Each of these dynamic artists offer a unique artistic perspective influenced by the galvanizing forces of life. LUCY CRUZ bathes her fantastical Fin de siècle inspired portraits of mesmerizing harlequins and acrobats in saturated pools of gem-like colors, creating luxurious dreamscapes exuding surreal fantasy and intrigue. ANICA SHPILBERG fuses fact with fiction through which her photographs become stages to view surreal imagery excitingly employed to engender loose narratives that curiously invite personal interpretations.    

CRUZ Look from the Heart Acrylic on Canvas 24.8 x 24.8 copy

LUCY CRUZ
“Look from the Heart”
Acrylic on Canvas
24.8” x 24.8”

SHPILBERG Doubt Photography 56 x 37.3

ANICA SHPILBERG
“Doubt”
Photography printed on Chromium Paper with Acrylic
56” x 37.3”

HeART & SOUL offers a global perspective by presenting three artists from Australia, Kazakhstan and Finland. This exhibition romances the senses through each artist’s impressionist realism and expressive figuration, inviting viewers on a seductive visual odyssey which explores intriguing sensorial realms with heartfelt, alluring synergistic visions. DEO DUTCHIE‘s expressive realism creates beautiful color-saturated paintings that exalt the nascent spirituality of nature and resonate with a charismatic artistic confidence that overflows with visual regality. SERGEY KIM channels artistic creativity into abstract figurative executions exploring variegated color schemes and multifaceted brushwork that combine to create energetic compositions with intricate detail, rich texture and fascinating abstract figuration. KIISI TOIVANEN‘s anthropomorphic caricatures recall childhood fairy-tales and fantasies, enlightening viewers through innocent intrigue that implements an energetic curiosity to all graced with her fantastical paintings.

DUTCHIE Active Acrylic on Canvas 18 x 24

DEO DUTCHIE
“Active”
Acrylic on Canvas
18” x 24

Marksman  107x85sm Oil on canvas

SERGEY KIM
“Marksman”
Oil on Canvas
42.1” x 33.5”

TOIVANEN Peacock Oil on Canvas 23.6 x 39.4

KIISI TOIVANEN
“Peacock”
Oil on Canvas
23.6” x 39.4”

FEB 2013 INVITE FRONT

DECEMBER 7 – JANUARY 26

2013 Exhibition

DEC 2012 POSTER

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its glittering DECEMBER 7, 2012 – JANUARY 26, 2013 Holiday Exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose works explore the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This magical “HOLIDAY” exhibition joyfully celebrates with a unique and once-in-a-lifetime “12-12-12” Fête riveting contemporary master artworks twinkling with radiant energy. Pulsating with a plentitude of mesmerizing synergy and sparkling artistic creativity, these holiday treasures are visual gems of sophisticated, eclectic and evanescent representations of the world as they shine the spotlight on a universal artistic language.

CLARA CÉNA “Temps de Chien”                          Digital Photography Montage with Software19.6” x 29.5”

CLARA CÉNA
“Temps de Chien”
Digital Photography Montage with Software
19.6” x 29.5”

DR. JUDITH MONTEFERRANTE“Dahlia” Photography20” x 30”

DR. JUDITH MONTEFERRANTE
“Dahlia”
Photography
20” x 30”

KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC“Vendemmia III (Grape Harvest III)”Watercolor and Gouache on Polypropylene9” x 6”

KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC
“Vendemmia III (Grape Harvest III)”
Watercolor and Gouache on Polypropylene
9” x 6”

NATURAL AFICIONADOS presents three Contemporary Masters hailing from France and the United States whose works glimmer through unique artistic visions with fresh perspectives representing the richness of the natural world. CLARA CÉNA photographs the contemporary realm with an enchanting twist, transforming portraits if distinct individuals and entrancing locals into newfound places resurgent with surreal intrigue and fascination. DR. JUDITH MONTEFERRANTE effervescently captures the individual beauty of flowers in her current photography series, emphasizing the magnificent jewel-like colors, dynamic energy and ethereal essence of the floral kingdom. Inspired by the vineyards of Italy and the richness of nature, KAREN CEOLLA TYLEC’s dazzling “Grape Harvest” collection celebrates the timeless joy and natural bounty of Italy by infusing her canvases with a lush palette that explodes with the dazzling intensity of life’s vibrant colors.

JEAN CLAUDE BOUTROUILLE  “Zambeze” Oil on Canvas36” x 36”

JEAN CLAUDE BOUTROUILLE
“Zambeze”
Oil on Canvas
36” x 36”

HARRY DOOLITTLE“Infinity Explained”Acrylics, Glass, Brass, and Aluminum Leaf on Canvas Board33” x 43”

HARRY DOOLITTLE
“Infinity Explained”
Acrylics, Glass, Brass, and Aluminum Leaf on Canvas Board
33” x 43”

SUSIE KOS“Maroon” Acrylic on Canvas54” x 34”

SUSIE KOS
“Maroon”
Acrylic on Canvas
54” x 34”

ARTrageous ABSTRACTION introduces the viewer to three American Abstract Masters whose compositions echo invisible visceral emotions with artworks that translate intangible thoughts onto glimmering non-representational canvases which sparkle with marvelous light. JEAN CLAUDE BOUTROUILLE’s polychromic color-field compositions burst with vibrant melodies through his momentously sweeping brushstrokes and harmonious color schemes. HARRY DOOLITTLE’s dynamic canvases virtually sing with resonant color, vigorous line, and dynamic motion as electrifying colors are juxtaposed with unusual forms to portray an abstract narrative upon the canvas. SUSIE KOS pours personal sentiments onto the canvas expressing life-long escapades freely shaping individualism through colorfully saturated effervescent forms energetically transcending her oversized canvases.

MISA AIHARA “Verko 10-2-26” Oil on Canvas35.7” x 29.7”

MISA AIHARA
“Verko 10-2-26”
Oil on Canvas
35.7” x 29.7”

PENELOPE CHIUSANO“The Fashion Consultant”Watercolor and Duct Tape on Paper26” x 18”

PENELOPE CHIUSANO
“The Fashion Consultant”
Watercolor and Duct Tape on Paper
26” x 18”

MOLLER Feathers Lace, Fabric and Paper on and between Perspex 39.4 x 38.8

VIVECA MOLLER
“Feathers”
Lace, Fabric and Paper on and behind Perspex
39.4” x 38.8”

ECHOING The VISUAL showcases three talented artists from Japan, U.S. and Denmark, who dramatically transform visual sensations into expressive forms, offering enchanting perceptual twists while rejuvenating the optical senses with newfound aesthetic configurations.  MISA AIHARA’s spectral oil on canvas creations tessellate movement, with swooping organic brushstrokes swirling throughout the compositions paired with pools of gem-stone hues reflecting spontaneity and joyous motion within her rectilinear grids. PENELOPE CHIUSANO expresses the innermost depths of the soul through a fusion of variegated materials, combining delicate fabrics, prefabricated industrial plastics and colorful paints to composite a single image of beautiful female reflexivity. VIVECA MOLLER’s decoupage reliefs voluminously engage viewers through her multifaceted material construction, expressing surreal traces of human emotions through symbolically heartfelt titles and imagery.

MARONGIU Box-Es n. 1056 Mixed Media 32.7 x 23.6 x 5.9

TINAMARIA MARONGIU
“Box-Es n.1056”
Mixed Media Sculpture
32.7” x 23.6” x 5.9”

PESIC Dream_over_the_Rainbow,_Oil on Canvas 28 x 16

DIVNA PESIC
“Dream over the Rainbow”
Oil on Canvas
28” x 16”

SU_FORTIN_Opening-Up_of_a_New_World_Jacket,_Beads,_Jute,_Acrylic,_Plastic,Wite_24_x_32_x_9


(SUZANNE FORTIN)
“Opening-Up of a New World”
Jackets, Beads, Acrylic, Jute, Zipper, Copper and Tubes
24” x 32” x 9”

INCANDESCENT JUBILATIONS showcases three Contemporary artists hailing from Italy, Macedonia and Canada. Inspired by private internal and external universes, the artists dynamically define the abstract oeuvre with passionate synergy through their illuminating compositions that are intriguing hallmarks of the contemporary art world. TINAMARIA MARONGIU’s three-dimensional assemblage creations channel artisanal craftsmanship through nostalgic ephemera, interweaving materials behind Plexiglas to create illuminating “Box-Es” imaginatively recalling pastime curiosity. DIVNA PESIC’s ornamental abstract paintings combine trompe l’oeil figuration with color-field abstraction, creating an existential battleground reflexive of individual subjectivity within a stimulating global society. SÜ (b. SUZANNE FORTIN) transforms her itinerant experiences into multifaceted works of three-dimensional assemblage art by drawing materials from contemporary consumer culture to question our globalized urban community.

BELAND Parole series Mixed Oils on Canvas 24 x 24

GALERIE MP TRESART
Diane Béland
“Parole” series
Mixed Oils on Canvas
24” x 24”

DEZIEL Espiègle Mixed media on canvas 24 x 24

GALERIE MP TRESART
Liam G. Déziel
“Espiègle”
Mixed Media on Canvas
20” x 24”

LACOMBE Espace vert Mixed Media on Canvas 24 x 24

GALERIE MP TRESART
Diane Lacombe
“Espace Vert”
Mixed Oils on Canvas
20” x 24”

MORNEAU Exuberance Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 24

GALERIE MP TRESART
Ginette Morneau
“Exubérance”
Acrylic on Canvas
24” x 24”

POIRIER 74° 02′ 40″ Ouest Mixed Media on Canvas 24 x 24

GALERIE MP TRESART
Mélanie Poirier
“74° 02′ 40″ Ouest”
Mixed Media on Canvas
24” x 24”

POLIQUIN Jazz aux feminins Acrylic on Canvas 24 x 24

GALERIE MP TRESART
Julie Poliquin
“Jazz aux Féminins”
Acrylic on Canvas
24” x 24”

THEMENS A song of love Mixed media on Canvas 24 x 24

GALERIE MP TRESART
Arianne Themens
“A Song of Love”
Mixed Media on Canvas
24” x 24”

WOMEN Who PROVOKE or EVOKE? features seven innovative Canadian Contemporary women artists presented by GALERIE MP TRESART, located in Durham-Sud, Canada. This exhibition manifests a distinct visual vocabulary defined by individual self-expression and determinism combined with unbridled creation as each artist existentially celebrates and explores the contemporary national identity of women within a global contemporary community. Diane Béland’s “Parole” Series’ translucent shapes dramatically coalesce to reveal symbolic traces of the human body, metaphorically illustrating the multifaceted definition of one’s individual subjectivity within a globalized world and culture. Liam G. Déziel’s “Espiègle” playfully expresses joie de vivre through the artist’s mastery of juxtaposing organic and geometric forms channeled through topographically haptic layers built through her palette knife and dynamic color-filled brushstrokes. Diane Lacombe’s “Espace Vert” visualizes the abstract trace of natural formations through her categorical juxtaposition of organic grey, black and green whimsically undulating natural forms. With vibrantly dynamic energy, Ginette Morneau’s “Exubérance” presents an organic imprint of the agility and vibrancy of the female form, dually represented through her celebratory stance and expressive brushwork. Mélanie Poirier’s “74° 02′ 40” Ouest” visually commemorates the Independence of the United States through her metaphoric rendering of the Statue of Liberty, as she cleverly and symbolically titles her vibrant painting with the longitudinal coordinates of this quintessential American Icon. Julie Poliquin’s “Jazz aux Féminins” melodic composition resonates with harmonious energy by seducing viewers through her rhythmic brushstrokes replete with hues of sun kissed oranges and deep oceanic blues, as it sings with the syncopated beat of dazzling female Jazz musicians. Arianne Themens’ “A Song of Love” poetically reverberates with the heartfelt melody of “Love” through her ambient palette utilizing majestic hues of royal purple texturally synthesized into a fanciful young woman imbued with a charismatic, romantic aura.

DEC 2012 REVISED FRONT

NOVEMBER 2 – DECEMBER 4

2012 Exhibition

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its “Thanksgiving” NOVEMBER 2 – DECEMBER 4, 2012 exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This special “Thanksgiving” exhibition is a hallmark of complex, cornucopic visions, which will dazzle the senses during the holiday season for both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its illuminating aesthetic considerations of the visual realm. Pulsating with mesmerizing synergy and magical artistic creativity, these artists’ sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world shine the spotlight on a universal artistic language.

CORNUCOPIC EYE-LUMINATIONS rewards the viewer with inspired visual blessings of diverse abstract artistic perspectives from the Netherlands and the U.S., overflowing with a visual feast for the eyes and reflecting an abundance of unique compositions, diversity of forms, intriguing textures and a bouquet of kaleidoscopic palettes. NAQIBA BERGEFURT’s opulent canvases envelope viewers with voluminous forms that delicately ascend the abstract compositions, inspiring viewers through her rhythmic brushstrokes, melodic color schemes and harmonious compositions. CORA CRONEMEYER’s utopian huedvisceral acrylic paintings explore the boundaries between reality and the imagination, capturing surreal images through her multifaceted use of brilliantly saturated pools of color hues. LUCILE DRISKELL utilizes an abstract vocabulary, including a strict adherence to color, shape and space, in order to visually express universal ideas appropriately applicable to contemporary experience.

NAQIBA BERGEFURT
“I Dance so I Exist”
Oil on Board
27.5″ x 19.6″

CORA CRONEMEYER
“Exclamation”
Acrylic on Paper
30” x 20”

LUCILE DRISKELL
“Flight”
Monotype Print
33” x 25” Framed

PLENTITUDES of the OPTYX is a hallmark exhibition of compelling cultural heritages from Austria, Sweden and the U.S., cross-pollinating with non-objective international energy as they reinforce a unified abstract manifesto of universal artistic integrity which illuminates the invisible within the visible as they transcend the boundaries of the painted canvas. KARIN GALLER “KAGA” ’s earth tone and richly textured canvases transcend lines and forms, synthesizing the perfect aesthetic environment where color and movement crystallize to create entirely innovative vistas for visual exploration. LENA NYSTRÖM SOLBERG expresses ample emotions and personal sentiments through her bold use of broad color planes, enlivening viewers’ experiences not only with her paintings, but also with their relationships to the colors seen in the world. PAUL UYEHARA’s art historical knowledge and his educational interest in color forms and compositional strategies coalesce into vibrant canvases consumed by saturated hues dynamically propelling throughout the painted parameters.

KARIN GALLER “KAGA”
“Together IV”
Acrylic on Linen
40″ x 32″

LENA NYSTRÖM SOLBERG
“No Illusions”
Oil on Canvas
21.6″ x 17.7″

PAUL UYEHARA
“Deconstruction 18”
Acrylic on Canvas
30” x 40”

OPALESCENT ODYSSEYS showcases the art of two talented contemporary masters from Australia and the U.S., whose innate sensitivity and sharp observational skills of the natural world embrace the vitality and wonderment of the universe as they define our vision of the transformative power of transcendent nature. LORRAINE BEATTIE’s photographs imbue her breathtaking works with a sense of emotion that transcends the picture plane, enveloping the viewer in the majesty of her awe-inspiring scenes. PAUL KENTZ’s flourishing brushstrokes and unique blending of Impressionistic and realist techniques culminates in an individual style analogous to the reputation of the remarkable New York City he so elegantly depicts.

LORRAINE BEATTIE
“Sunrise”
Limited Edition Photographic Print on Canvas 3 / 20
30” x 20”

PAUL KENTZ
“Manhattan Mammal”
Oil on Canvas
18” x 24”

EVANESCENT N-VISIONS manifests a passionate reverie of dynamic expressionistic images, reverberating huetopian tones and unique perspectives inspired by creative artists hailing from Finland, Italy and the U.S., whose inner vision, originality and individuality burst with a plentitude of mesmerizing joy. DMINC integrates elements from the natural world as well as semi-precious materials such as rhinestones and crystals into her artwork, representing the harmony and beauty of luxuriously mesmerizing jewels and natural elements. KATARIINA MANSIKKANIEMI’s figurative portraits offer viewers a global perspective through a visual comparison of national identities between cultures and continents, exposing the intimate affection of the individual face. BARBARA SIMONSON‘s lyrically colored undulating forms bring to life a love affair with the female form where luminescent figures bathed in mystery brilliantly metamorphose into glowing visions of feminine natural beauty.

DMINC
“The Wave”
Pastes, Resins, Shells, Rhinestones, Swarovski Crystals and Acrylic on Canvas
57” x 76.7”

KATARIINA MANSIKKANIEMI
“Raised by Mother Earth”
Oil on Canvas
26” x 21”

BARBARA SIMONSON
“Tzigane”
Watercolor on Paper
32” x 26”