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Interview with the Artist: Andrea Kowch

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Artist Andrea Kowch has been described as “a powerful voice emerging, demonstrating a highly sensitive consciousness that informs a culturally-laced symbolism.” Her paintings are rich in mood, allegory, and precision of medium, reflecting a wealth of influences from Northern Renaissance… Read More

American Art Collector: Across A Rural Skyline

Thursday, August 27, 2015

"Andrea Kowch uses scenes from small-town America to create surrealistic visions rife with suspense and mystery."... Read More

American Art Collector: Reinvigorating the Past

Thursday, August 27, 2015

"Pennsylvania artist Adrienne Stein’s paintings recall classical genres of art, while placing them in the contemporary world."... Read More

New Yorker Cover Story: Kadir Nelson’s “Second Line”

Thursday, August 20, 2015

I wanted to capture the memory of Hurricane Katrina and its aftereffects—the spirit of New Orleans, its resilience, its culture,” Kadir Nelson says of his cover for this week’s issue, which coincides with the tenth anniversary of Katrina. “And one… Read More

Long Island Pulse Profile: Richard Demato

Monday, August 10, 2015

In addition to displaying inspirational art and showcasing promising young artists, Richard Demato’s eponymous Fine Arts Gallery in Sag Harbor also donates a portion of all proceeds to non-profit causes such as The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation, Fountain House NYC… Read More

American Art Collector: Skin Deep Preview

Thursday, April 30, 2015

The human form is an oft-explored subject, with interpretations highlighting everything from emotional depth to the exterior qualities. In the exhibition Skin Deep at RJD Gallery in Sag Harbor, New York, participating artists— including Tracey Harris, Pam Hawkes, Adrienne Stein, Odile Richer, Teresa Elliott, and John Caruso—will focus on varying aspects of the being.... Read More

A Cold Story On a Warm Night: The Mischief-Making of Pamela Wilson

Friday, April 24, 2015

Something happens when as children we endure circumstances wildly outside of our control, especially situations where whom to trust and whom to fear gets all topsy-turvy jumbled up. All we know is that our world has become unsafe and unpredictable, and for many, the only remaining place where life makes any sense at all is within one’s own mind. There, only characters carefully crafted by the child herself are permitted entry.... Read More

10 of the BEST Contemporary Portrait Artists

Friday, March 13, 2015

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Frank Oriti paints blue-collar protagonists who have attempted to escape their suburban homes, but ultimately have ended up returning here. His style is extremely naturalistic and the figures seem weighed down, seemingly withdrawn and disappointed by their failed escape from the Midwestern suburban hometowns.... Read More

Cover Story: Nine for Ninety

Friday, March 13, 2015

From The New Yorker website, February 16, 2015 When the magazine’s editor, David Remnick, asked me months ago to think of ways to celebrate our ninetieth anniversary, I knew at least where to start: with the cover of the very… Read More

Wilt the Stilt Becomes Wilt the Stamp

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Nelson, shown at his studio in Los Angeles, created two versions of the stamp, and people loved them both. David Walter Banks for The New York Times A sheet of stamps honoring Wilt Chamberlain, the first N.B.A. player to be… Read More

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Sun Silenced

17" x 14" / 43.2 x 35.6cm
Oil on Linen

Dust Up

90" x 60" / 228.6 x 152.4cm
Oil on Linen

Nocturne – Limited Edition Signed Print

30 x 24 in, 76.2 x 61 cm

PURCHASE

Loepje

5.875" x 6.625" / 14.9 x 16.8cm
Acrylic on Wood

Spyglass

7.75" x 11" / 19.7 x 27.9cm
Acrylic on Wood

Training School

40" x 30" / 101.6 x 76.2cm
Oil and Beeswax on Canvas

Reach for the Sun

28" x 36" / 71.1 x 91.4cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Falling in My Dream

60" x 48" / 152.4 x 121.9cm
Oil on Linen

Lavender Sister

24" x 18" / 61 x 45.7cm
Oil on Linen

Blue Sister

24" x 18" / 61 x 45.7cm
Oil on Linen

Nakedness Has No Color and Knows No Border

82" x 70" / 208.3 x 177.8cm
Oil on Linen

The Irresistible Force Paradox

47.125" x 78.625" / 119.7 x 199.7cm
Oil on Linen

Central Park

60" x 40" / 152.4 x 101.6cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Fountainhead

60" x 60" / 152.4 x 152.4cm
Oil on Panel

The Parade

24" x 30" / 61 x 76.2cm
Lithograph

Myth III The Angel Peacock

67" x 67" / 170.2 x 170.2cm
Oil on Canvas

The Barker

24" x 38" / 61 x 96.5cm
Watercolor on Paper

Burlesque

45" x 50" / 114.3 x 127cm
Acrylic on Canva

Ali & Young Cassius Clay

72" x 47" / 182.9 x 119.4cm
Oil on canvas, stitched leather, wood and memorabilia

G.O.A.T

34" x 42" / 86.4 x 106.7cm
Oil on canvas, stitched leather, wood

Rupture and Collapse Diptych

40" x 60" / 101.6 x 152.4cm
Oil on Canvas

The End of Apathy

46" x 40" / 116.8 x 101.6cm
Oil on Linen

The Colours in the Light

36" x 48" / 91.4 x 121.9cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Reflecting the Past

36" x 48" / 91.4 x 121.9cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Adrenaline

40" x 27" / 101.6 x 68.6cm
Colored Pencil on Paper

Paint, Smoke and Versace

70" x 80" / 177.8 x 203.2cm
Oil on Linen

Study: Locomotive of Kenyon

24" x 24" / 61 x 61cm
Ink on Paper

Patriarch

48.5" x 65" / 123.2 x 165.1cm
Oil on Canvas

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