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After years of wondering about Art Fairs (should I capitalize?!), one crossed my screen that seemed reasonably priced and not overwhelming in scale. In the midst of my solo show, Brooklyn Seen at 440 Gallery, and what seemed like one open studio event after another, I sent in my application at what must have been about the very last minute. Of course, I couldn’t help wondering whether this was an Internet scam, but a little research proved that it was the real deal (as a truly cynical New Yorker, I even visited the venue to find out if the event was really booked there!).  After a flurry of emails with the Exhibition Manager, I was accepted, booked, and sent an intensively detailed exhibition manual. Here’s to hoping a lot of art-lovers will visit me and my three panels of artwork.  I’ll be showing all cityscapes.  There will be at least 180 other artists from around the world, so it should be interesting. All works will be available for sale, and it’ll be “cash and carry” (not literally – I take credit cards, too!), so come early for the best pickings.

Hope to see you there:

Parallax AF New York
Prince George, 15 East 27th Street, NY, NY
Saturday and Sunday, November 17 and 18, 11am – 5pm

For more info about the whole event, visit www.parallaxaf.com.
Tickets are free and can be booked here…

Check my Facebook page (you don’t have to have a FB account to do this) for my location number, which should be assigned soon.

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For this invitational plein air group show, I completed six new paintings this spring and delivered them a few days ago. The long drive to the Catskills was well worth it – once I got there the temperature dropped 10 degrees, and the paintings were well-received…. by the gallery’s mascot shi-tzu, anyway!

This show opens Saturday, July 2. Visit www.windhamfinearts.com for more information. If you are in the Catskills, Windham is a lovely small town at the northern edge of the mountains, less than half an hour west of Route 87 on Route 23, and maybe around 45 minutes from Hudson, NY.

If you missed the Gowanus Artists Studio Tour, then here are the new paintings of views within a block of my studio that I showed then. I had posted about them a few weeks ago – trucks and such.

Green Truck in Yard

Green Truck in Yard

Red Truck Washed

Red Truck Washed

Moving?

Moving?

John's Deli

John's Deli

I”ll be posting them to my website soon.

Back in my ‘hood, I’ve started a new series of small, 12″x12″ paintings on panel depicting the commercial/industrial aspects near my studio.  They are not yet finished, but here’s a peak of them underway…

John's Deli
Red truck 1
moving

Please join me and Mary K. Connelly as we open our exhibition this Saturday, May 30, at the Salmagundi Club in their Patrons’ Gallery. We’ll both be there all afternoon, 1-6 pm.  We’ll be showing mostly small works: Mary’s interiors are intensely colored and are incredibly evocative; I’ll be showing recent street views from Brooklyn and Manhattan, as well as a few landscapes of Block Island and Cape Cod. The show will run through Thursday, June 11, with general hours being Wed – Sun, 1-6 pm, and Thursdays, 1-8 pm. We’ll be taking turns gallery-sitting.  Contact me if you’d like to know when I’m there! Located at 47 Fifth Ave, at 12th St, it will also be convenient to head over to the Annual Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit.Postcard front[250]

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