Four artists from Denise Bibro’s “Art From The Boro’s II” exhibit demonstrate that ready-mades and other objects originally designed to serve utilitarian functions can be reincarnated in marvelous ways.
Thomas Edwards, Fall Landscape, 2014
Etching, 22" x 15"
Denise Bibro Fine Art, in Chelsea, New York is pleased to announce Meaning In Print, a print show featuring six very talented print makers; Lisa Dinhofer, Thomas Edwards, Mark Hadjipateras, Robert Pillsbury, John Schiff and Charles Yoder. Running from December 18th- January 31st, 2015.
Robert Pillsbury and Charles Yoder seek nature and landscape as a source of inspiration for their work. Though their techniques differ both of their works depict the vastness of nature’s palette and space.
Mark Hadjipateras and John Schiff’s prints use organic and whimsical forms creating personal languages to present their own different realities.
Lisa Dinhofer and Thomas Edwards representational prints are masterfully executed, imputed with the subtleties and intricacies of nature’s environment and landscape.
This show illustrates some of the endless dynamic possibilities that this medium can afford printmakers.
Sara Crisp, Untitled (Rose Window 2), 2014
Oil, Pollen, Encasutic on Panel, 36" x 36"
Denise Bibro Fine Art, in Chelsea, New York is pleased to announce Sara Crisp’s fifth solo exhibition at DBFA, Pollination, Recent Encaustic Works. Running from December 18th- January 31st, 2015.
Sara Crisp’s recent encaustic work is influenced by the inherent cyclical reproduction process of flowers and her recent reading of the elegant scientific essay written by Loren Eiseley, How Flowers Change the World (1907-77). Through her artistic journey and research she has found herself one with nature. As in her early encaustic work she still presents and preserves the organic purity of nature and its symmetry. The complexity and nuances of flowers exemplify the complexity of all that is living.
After moving from the city to the country in Maine, Crisp has found herself. Surrounded by nature and having inherited a garden, her self-awareness and artistic vocabulary has broadened. The mundane is once again exulted and celebrated; Reminding us that of the incongruous characteristic of nature and its beauty.
Sara Crisp studied at the Rhode Island School of Design. She has had several solo exhibitions throughout the United States and has won numerous awards including the Best of Show prize at the Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show as well as an artist grant from the Maine Arts Commission.
Niamh Butler, Magic Hour, 2012
Black Colored Pencil and Charcoal Pencil, 22" x 30"
Denise Bibro Fine Art, in Chelsea, New York is pleased to announce the Selected Junior Scholarship Members Salmagundi Club Exhibition. Running from December 18th- January 31st, 2015.
Featuring Artist: James Stuart Adelman, Niamh Butler, Devin Cecil-Wishing, Luis Colan, Jennifer Gennari, Seth Ruggles Hiler, Marshall Jones and Ian Marion.
The Salmagundi Art Club was in Founded in 1871. It is one of the oldest art organizations in the United States. It offers programs such as art classes, exhibitions, painting demonstrations, and art auctions throughout the year in New York City
The Salmagundi Club’s Junior and Scholarship program was designed to give talented young artists an opportunity to participate in the tradition of American art and exhibit at one of the oldest art institutions in the country. These emerging artists come from a variety of backgrounds. While their styles and media are diverse, they are unified by a devotion to their craft.