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Installation Images: Implicit Horizons @ Mixed Greens

February 19, 2014

"Implicit Horizon" Group exhibition at Mixed Greens

(from left): Letha Wilson, Richard Tuttle, Jarrod Beck, Maria Walker, B. Wurtz


"Implicit Horizon" Group exhibition at Mixed Greens

(from left): Katie Bell, Letha Wilson, Maria Walker, Alex Ebstein


"Implicit Horizon" Group exhibition at Mixed Greens

(from left): Letha Wilson, Maria Walker, Alex Ebstein, Maria Walker, Alex Ebstein



Opening 2/13/14: Implicit Horizon @ Mixed Greens

February 2, 2014



FEBRUARY 13 –MARCH 15 2014

Mixed Greens is thrilled to present a group exhibition of abstract works by Jarrod Beck, Alex Ebstein, Richard Tuttle, Maria Walker, Letha Wilson, and B. Wurtz. All six artists—a mix of emerging talent and established virtuosity—have a visceral approach to their materials that culminates in poetic results. Each uses everyday materials and simple gestures to allude to large, often complex ideas that remind the viewer of our vast landscape. Working in the space between painting, sculpture, assemblage, photography, and drawing, the artists have significant attachment to the physicality of the materials they use and carefully combine elements to have an impact that far exceeds the footprint of the work. Much is implied with quiet gestures that carry great gravitas.

In conjunction with Katie Bell’s solo show, Light Weight

Opening 1/4/14: [THERE] curated by Gabriel Pionkowski @FAWC

January 3, 2014




January 4 – 22, 2014

curated by Gabriel Pionkowski

Opening: January 4, 6 – 8 PM

Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Fine Arts Work Center, 24 Pearl Street, Provincetown, MA

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 5PM

Opening 1/4/14: Sideshow Nation II @ Sideshow

January 2, 2014


Opening 11/15/13: Let’s Get Physical, curated by Rick Briggs at ventana244

November 4, 2013


November 15 – December 20

Curated by Rick Briggs

ventana244, 244 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY

Review on Hyperallergic

Opening 11/13/13: Maria Walker and Anneliese Schrenk @ 308at156 Project Artspace

November 3, 2013


Vol. 1 Coupé International: Maria Walker and Anneliese Schrenk

November 13 – December 13

Opening Reception: November 13, 7:00 – 9:30 PM


Project Artspace, 156 5th Avenue, Suite 308, NY NY

M-F 11AM – 6PM, by appointment only

Opening 10/24/13: Anarchistic Abstraction at UMW Galleries

October 13, 2013


Anarchistic Abstraction
October 24 – December 2

Opening Reception: October 24, 5:00 – 7:00

Peter Acheson, Ginnie Baer, Tom Bunnell, Sally Bowring, Paula Crawford, Steven Cushner, Don Crow, Jutta DeMay, Chris Gregson, Steven Griffin, Reni Gower, Rachel Hayes, Ron Johnson, Ray Kass, Amie Oliver, Tom Nakashima, Paul Ryan, Robert Stuart, Dan Treado, Maria Walker, Hilary Wilder, William Willis

University of Mary Washington

Ridderhof Martin & duPont Galleries, 1301 College Ave., Fredericksburg, VA 22301

M-F 10AM – 4PM, Sat 12 – 4PM, Sun 1 – 4PM

Opening 9/5/13: The Edge and a Little Beyond @ SOIL Gallery

August 25, 2013


The Edge and a Little Beyond


September 5 through September 28, 2013

Opening reception: Thursday, September 5, 6 – 8 PM

The Edge and a Little Beyond, curated by Julie Alexander, brings together six abstract artists whose work pushes beyond the edge of painting, playing with the basic structure of wood supports and stretched canvas through personal mark-making that embraces joy and uncertainty.

Valerie Brennan’s thick, trowelled surfaces lap the edge of her painted panels, expanding the space of the painting beyond its support. Jamie Powell cuts shapes from her canvases that reference childhood cartoons. Lorri Ott often forgoes the painting support all together, binding color and debris with poured resin. Julie Torres builds the painted object with insistent layers, often creating a meta-object. Susan Scott and Maria Walker take apart and reassemble the basic structure of painting, sometimes leaving it in a heap. The work, verging on sculpture, clearly comes from a painter’s mind.

SOIL Gallery
112 3rd Avenue South
Seattle WA 98104
Hours: Thur – Sun 12-5pm

Opening 7/27/13: Timeshares @ LVL3 Gallery

July 25, 2013


Saturday, July 27 , 2013 – Sunday, September 1, 2013

Calvin Ross Carl, Maria Walker, Josh Reames

Timeshares is a group exhibition featuring the work of Calvin Ross CarlJosh Reames, and Maria Walker. Carl reinterprets common forms from the American home and work environment through the lens of formal aesthetics. Reames makes abstract gestures that draw upon beauty and the ideal in a tropical setting. Walker deals with chance and space in her paintings allowing time to affect the relationship embedded within her materials. The luxury and flexibility that Timeshares allows exemplify the artists’ sensibility of a resort vacation. 

Opening Reception:
Saturday, July 27, 2013
6:00pm – 10:00pm


1542 North Milwaukee Ave., 3rd Floor, Chicago, IL 60622

Open Sundays 1:00-4:00pm, private viewings by appointment

Opening 7/13/13: Out of Bounds: Katrina Umber and Maria Walker

July 10, 2013

Umber Walker

Out of Bounds: Katrina Umber and Maria Walker

Organized by Samuel Zients

July 13-28, 2013

Saturday and Sunday 12-7pm, and by appointment

Opening Reception July 13, 5-8pm

397 Bridge Street, 7th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Out of Bounds brings together the work of Katrina Umber and Maria Walker, who first met and exhibited together at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2011. Though working in different media and different parts of the country, both of these artists challenge our conceptions of boundaries and frames through their work in photography and painting, respectively.

The exhibition presents two bodies of work by Los Angeles-based artist, Katrina Umber. The first, Personal Affect Squares, are photographs of prescribed 15-inch squares on the walls of cells in a decommissioned county jail in Somerset County Maine, where inmates were allowed to display their personal effects, whether they be photographs, letters, or anything else. The images of these squares on walls washed in natural sunlight recall the documentary feel of WPA photography or the more austere paintings of Edward Hopper. Two of the prints in this exhibition are this same size, to mirror this personal space, and one is 30×24-inches, to mirror a Plexiglas window in the jail where inmates carved their own creative space. The second, Soft Mirrors, is a series of small chromogenic prints that have been soaked in water, which simultaneously deteriorates, revealing the many colored layers of emulsion, and remakes the original image. The artists likens this to a baptism, where the print enters the bath a photograph and emerges as an object.

The paintings of Brooklyn-based artist Maria Walker included here break down painting to its three fundamental elements—wood, cloth, paint—and then build them back up again. Walker constructs her own wooden stretchers in unorthodox shapes, resulting in structures that are nothing short of sculptural relief, recalling Louise Nevelson’s large wood-carved sculptures. She then stretches canvas, linen or dropcloth over, around, and sometimes woven through the sculptural stretchers. Paint is applied in methodical response to the painting object, with color decisions made based on chance, light, value, association, or through the recycling of leftover paint from other works in her studio. The paintings may end there, or the process may cycle back to reconsideration of the stretcher or the canvas. The results vary from vibrant, thinly painted squares to giant standing ladders laden with so much paint that they bleed together to a dark blue-black.

Boundaries are examined, questioned and redefined in the work of these artists, whether they are physical boundaries, as in Umber’s Personal Affect Squares and Walker’s wooden stretchers, or spiritual ones, as in Umber’s Soft Mirrors. In an increasingly spectacle-driven contemporary art world, in which bigger is better and it is claimed that limits do not exist, it is no wonder these two woman create work that engage boundaries so formally and confidently.

For more information, please contact Samuel Zients at or +1 917 439 2482.

Opening 5/4/13: Saturation Point @ Dutton

April 30, 2013


Installation Images: Dedee Shattuck Gallery

April 10, 2013


































Opening 4/6/13: Charles Miller and Maria Walker @ Dedee Shattuck Gallery

March 17, 2013


Charles Miller and Maria Walker

curated by artist Henry McMahon

Read the exhibition essay by Henry McMahon HERE


Dedee Shattuck Gallery

1 Partners Lane, Westport, MA

Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10 – 5, Sundays, 12 – 5

Opening 2/23/13: Nonobjective @ Garvey Rita Art

March 17, 2013


Nonobjective: Selected Works by Peter Acheson, Jeff Briggs, Zbigniew Grzyb, Sol LeWitt, Joel Longenecker, Andrew Masullo, Alan Shields, Judith Trepp, and Maria Walker

Garvey Rita Art

February 23 – March 30, 2013

322 Park Road, West Hartford, CT

Thank you to the Belle Foundation!

February 10, 2013

I am honored to be a recent recipient of a Belle Foundation grant.

The Belle Foundation for Cultural Development “actively support the arts, humanities and education through recognition of creative efforts and visionary ideas demonstrated by individuals in these fields”.

Thank you to the Belle Foundation and to my anonymous nominator!

Opening 2/24/13: Performing Methods—in context @ CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles

February 6, 2013


Performing Methods—in context

curated by Chris Oatey

Amélie Chabannes
Marc Philip van Kempen
Joey Kötting
Pascual Sisto
Maria Walker
Joe Winter

in conjunction with Chris Oatey: Performing Methods

February 24 – March 31, 2013
Reception for the artists: Sunday February 24, 5 – 7 p.m.

CB1 Gallery

207 West 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA

Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 11 – 6; Sunday 1 – 6, or by appointment

One night exhibition 2/9/13: LOVE at The Willows

February 6, 2013


(collaboration, Maria Walker and Jonathan Allmaier)

hosted by Emily Weiner φ Sharona Eliassaf

February 9, 2013, 7:00 to 11:00 p.m.

Laura Piasta ♦ Johan Björck
Ragnheidur Gestsdottir
Clare Grill
Saira Mclaren ‡ Mike Hein
Fran Hostrom
Meredith James × Jonathan Ehrenberg
Benny Merris Δ Alhena Katsof
Lucy Stein
Amelia Midori Miller ♥ Augustus Nazzaro
Kevin Stahl
Maria Walker ♡ Jonathan Allmaier
Guðmundur Thoroddsen ξ Arna Óttarsdóttir
Sharona Eliassaf
Michael Hix ☎ Emily Weiner

The Willows
Hosted by Sharona Eliassaf and Emily Weiner
37 Willow Street, Apartment 3, Brooklyn

Opening 1/5/13: Sideshow Nation @ Sideshow

February 6, 2013


Sideshow Gallery

Gallery Hours: 12 – 6, Thursday – Sunday

319 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Rail review of “The escape from the banal…”

January 16, 2013


The escape from the banal everyday life to the world of the ideal 

full review: Brooklyn Rail Review

by Kara L. Rooney

“In the case of Maria Walker, the exposure of her painting’s traditional support—the wood frame that makes up its skeletal core—is translated into sculptural relief. She states, in a clever series of poems written for the exhibition catalog: “What are the Materials of painting? There is the wood. There is the cloth. There is the paint.”* Basic materials, direct in their simplicity and listing. Here the symbol set does not pretend to be that which it is not: it is truth. The transcription of this idea, Walker’s “Untitled Stand #2” (2012), is underwhelming, faded, awkward—fabulous. A signifier of the reality it strains, almost too successfully, to express.”

Opening 11/10/12: Temperature @ Projekt722

November 1, 2012

Jonathan Allmaier, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Tatiana Berg, Mira Dancy, Jess Fuller, Ted Gahl, Rachel Klinghoffer, Arthur Pena, Matt Rich, Leigh Ruple, Joseph Sossi, Maria Walker


722 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn, NY

November 10 – December 9
Opening November 10, 6 – 9 PM

Opening 11/2/12: The escape from the banal everyday life to the world of the ideal @ NURTUREart

November 1, 2012

The escape from the banal everyday life to the world of the ideal
curated by Brooke Moyse

Jonathan Allmaier, Tamara Gonzales, EJ Hauser, Stephen Truax, Maria Walker

NURTUREart Gallery
56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY


November 2 – November 30
Opening Friday, November 2, 7 – 9 PM

I have several poems included in the publication for the show, which is viewable online by clicking HERE. Critics’ Picks review of Four Rooms

October 23, 2012

Maria Walker

review by Christopher Howard

08.16.12-09.09.12 John Davis Gallery

The rugged, ragged work of the Brooklyn-based artist Maria Walker—painted wooden-slat constructions, acrylic-soaked canvases straining over irregularly shaped stretchers, and postcard-size frescos fused onto burlap and mounted on square panels—is well suited for the raw concrete rooms of John Davis Gallery’s gutted carriage house. With their tough, unfinished beauty, the fourteen pieces shown here evoke a romantic preoccupation with the passing of time yet are never overly sentimental. Walker’s work also feels nostalgic in light of recent art history, recalling in particular the elegant experimental approaches to painting from the 1970s (Elizabeth Murray, Ron Gorchov), and the manneristically mutilated work by Steven Parrino from the past three decades—but with much less angst

Her process is key to her work: The largest painting, Summer—Summer Solstice, 2011–12, involved a patient system of staining an unprimed canvas over the course of a year, pouring rich, diverse hues of paint inward from the stretcher bars’ bulky and mountain perimeter, with its dozen protrusions underneath the cotton. She produced the smaller, equally multicolored Calendar 1–65 (Skowhegan, ME), 2011, over two months, and the monochromatic baby-blue Birthday 32, 2012, even quicker, in a day, with a circle of twelve jagged blocks underneath the saturated fabric liner symbolizing a clock’s hours.

Walker acknowledges the source of her support materials by adding a figurative element—the tree—into many of her works, especially her three-dimensional structures. A painting of a barren grayish-brown trunk and branches, March Tree, 2011–12, is wrapped around a skewed stretcher that stands upright. The object casts a long winter shadow, composed of wooden slats arranged on the floor behind it, which are messily painted sky blue and leaf green. Another work, Return, 2011–12, abandons painting entirely: The artist removed an unsatisfactory canvas from its supporting brace, leaving behind a rough but elegant sunburst pattern to hang on the wall.

Interview with Painter’s Bread

October 22, 2012

Read my interview with Mike Rutherford of Painter’s Bread HERE.


Installation Images: Four Rooms at John Davis

October 14, 2012


Room 1:




Room 2:






Room 3:







Room 4:











Opening 9/7/12: Floor Routine @ Bodega in Philadelphia

September 7, 2012

Floor Routine

Ethan Cook, Maria Walker, John Roebas


253 N. 3rd St., Philadelphia

Opening September 7, 6 – 9PM

September 7 – October 21

Saturdays and Sundays, 12 – 4PM

Opening 9/8/12: HKJB @ Galerie Laroche/ Joncas in Montreal

August 29, 2012

Opening 8/18/12: Maria Walker @ John Davis Gallery

August 10, 2012

Maria Walker, Four Rooms

John Davis Gallery, Second Floor Carriage House

 August 16 – September 9

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 18, 6 – 8 PM

Also on view: Alison Fox, Leonid Lerman, JJ Manford, Deirdre Swords, and Stephen Reynolds

362 1/2 Warren Street, Hudson, NY

Hours: Thursday – Monday 11 – 5 PM or by appointment

Artist of the Week Interview at LVL3 Gallery

June 19, 2012

Thanks to LVL3 Gallery for the featured interview! :

Artist of the Week: Maria Walker

Opening 5/25/12: Homecoming @ Brown University

May 23, 2012

Homecoming: First Annual Alumni Exhibition

Brown University, List Art Center, 1st floor

May 25 – June 22

Opening: Friday May 25, 5 – 7

curated by Heather Darcy Bhandari ’97 and Ann Tarantino ’97

Jonathan Ehrenberg ’97, Orly Genger ’01, Kevin Kramp ’02, Maria Walker ’02, Saya Woolfalk ’01

Opening 4/20/12: Potential Images @ 1708 Gallery in Richmond

April 30, 2012

Potential Images

Ivin Ballen, Guy Ben-Ari, Michael DeLucia, Michael Dotson, Brendan Smith and Maria Walker

1708 Gallery, 319 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA

April 20 – June 9, 2012

1708 Gallery is pleased to present Potential Images. Curated by Emily Smith, Executive Director of 1708, Potential Images surveys current practices in contemporary painting, from a DIY aesthetic to an interest in new media. Featuring Ivin Ballen, Guy Ben-Ari, Michael DeLucia, Michael Dotson, Brendan Smith and Maria Walker, the works in Potential Images demonstrate both an embrace of the quiet and handmade and an awareness of the neo-baroque and the sublime. Underlying much of the work is an awareness of the history of painting and the theories and arguments that have accompanied this story.

1708 Gallery will host a preview on Thursday, May 3, with a Curator’s talk at 6:30. There will also be an opening reception on Friday, May 4, 2012. Potential Images will be on view through Saturday, June 9.

Opening 4/14/12: Immaterial Ergonomics @ Space 4 Art in San Diego

April 4, 2012

Immaterial Ergonomics

Brice Bischoff, Ryan Perez, Matt Sheridan, Maria Walker

Space 4 Art, 325 15th Street, San Diego, CA

April 14 – May 26, 2012

Opening April 14, 6 to 10 PM

Immaterial Ergonomics brings together four artists from both coasts who share an affinity for material transcendence. Their innovative, contemporary work represents a range of hybrid practices: sculpted canvases, painted videos, printed sculptures and digital processes, which turn traditional mediums on their head. The four artists share a goal: to head toward representational objects, only to sidestep the familiar at the last moment. And drift past. The work will be celebrated with an incredible reception that includes high-caliber music performance art by UC San Diego art teacher Michael Trigilio, and a one-night-only installation by San Diego artist Anna Chiaretta Lavatelli.


Installation images: Maria Walker, Sun You at Open Space in LIC

March 27, 2012


Opening 3/16/12: Maria Walker, Sun You @ Open Space

March 12, 2012

Maria Walker, Sun You

Open Space
March 16 – March 31
Opening: Friday, March 16, 6 – 9 PM

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 12 – 6 PM

44-02 23rd Street, Long Island City, NY 11101
View some installation images on KCLOG.

Opening 1/21/12: Domesticities @ Bull and Ram

January 16, 2012


Meghan Petras, Maria Walker, James Hyde, Eve Latainer, Yevgeniya Baras, Susan Bricker
Curated by Yevgeniya Baras
Cooking Performance by chef Angela Dimayuga
Bull and Ram
270 Lafayette Street (corner of Prince and Lafayette in SoHo)
Suite 612, New York 10012
Opening: Saturday, January 21, 7-9 PM

January 21 – February 19, 2012

Gallery hours: Saturday and Sunday, 12 – 6

Gallery contact: 917-602-0684

Opening 1/7/12: Mic Check @ Sideshow

January 16, 2012

Mic : Check

Sideshow Gallery
January 7 – February 26, 2012

Opening: January 7, 6 – 9 PM

Gallery Hours: 12 – 6, Thursday – Sunday

319 Bedford Ave., Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Over 400 artists included.



12/10/11: Freestyle at Joe Ballweg’s Studio

January 16, 2012




Saturday, December 10,2011

6 pm – 10 pm

.Joe Ballweg
Andrea Bergart
Patrick Berran
Tamara Gonzales
Eric Hibit
Denise Kupferschmidt
Meghan Petras
Matthew Phillips
Red Paper Heart
Allyson L Smith
Jennifer Sullivan
Hiroshi Tachibana
Maria Walker
Sun You

Joe Ballweg’s studio
680 Woodward Ave, Ridgewood, NY
Seneca Stop on M train; Myrtle Wyckoff on L

10/8/11 – 11/5/11: 001 | Ryan Kitson, Matthias Merkel-Hess, Maria Walker at Favorite Goods

September 28, 2011
001 | Ryan Kitson, Matthias Merkel-Hess, Maria Walker
October 8 – November 5, 2011
Opening: October 8th, 7 – 10pm
Favorite Goods
936 1/2 Chung King Road
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Fall 2011: Maria Walker Interviews Cordy Ryman for NY ARTS Magazine

September 1, 2011

Read my interview with Cordy Ryman from this summer:

NY ARTS Magazine, Fall 2011

In Conversation: Maria Walker Interviews Cordy Ryman

8/26/11 – 9/8/11: ABSTRACTED at DNA Gallery

August 20, 2011

ABSTRACTED: Peter Acheson, Elizabeth Gourlay, Peik Larsen, Sarah Lutz, Erik Schoonebeek, Maria Walker

August 26 – September 8, 2011
Opening August 26, 6 – 10 PM

DNA Gallery, 288 Bradford Street, Provincetown, MA 02657, 508-487-7700

Contact: Kevin Rita,

8/7/11: REFORMATION 2011 at Somerset County Jail, Skowhegan, ME

August 1, 2011


Opening August 7, 2011

View images of the Jail installation.

The participants of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture present their work in Reformation 2011. The exhibition takes place in two sites: the former Somerset County Jail curated by Michael Ruglio-Misurell and the former Convent Reformed Church curated by Kyla Chevrier

Opening 6/3/11: Out of Practice @ ARTBLOG ARTBLOG

May 23, 2011

Opening Friday, June 3 · 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Curated by Nudashank

ART BLOG ART BLOG, 508 W. 26th St. 11th Floor, New York, NY

“Out of Practice” draws parallels between work that reflects its own materiality, deconstructs its own creation, and refers directly to the studio environment in which it was created. This meta approach serves as the basis for finding new ways to experiment within the medium of painting- expanding its limits, while drawing from a rich history of influences. In realizing such direct combinations of canvas, wood, paper, and pigment, the works in this exhibition evince a formalist minimalism as vestige of the long hours spent alone in the studio.

Show runs June 3rd -June 18th
Hours: Wed. – Sat. Noon – 6pm
and also by appointment

6/4/11-6/5/11: Purple Nurple at Bushwick Open Studios

May 23, 2011

Saturday, June 4 noon to 8pm
Sunday, June 5 noon to 7pm

Bushwick Open Studios, above English Kills Gallery

114 Forrest St. buzzer #9
Brooklyn, NY

For this year’s Bushwick Open Studios, Pioneers of Inspiration presents, “PURPLE NURPLE”, a group show of purple artwork.

Participating artists include:

and more…..

also on view, open studios of Joy Curtis and Mike Olin

Opening 5/27/11: Control Alt Delete curated by HKJB

May 23, 2011
HKJB is pleased to present . . .

 Control Alt Delete 

Benjamin King
Brion Nuda Rosch
Ernesto Burgos
Halsey Hathaway
Graham Collins
Jay Henderson
Lauren Luloff
Matt Jones
Maria Walker
Paul DeMuro
Stacy Fisher
Rob Nadeau
Vince Contarino
Tisch Abelow
Wayne Adams

840 Broadway (at Park Street), 3rd Floor, Bushwick, Brooklyn, 11206

J, M to Flushing Ave., or G to Flushing Ave.

One night only: Friday, May 27, 2011, 7-10 PM


Opening 4/16/11: The Shape of Things to Come @ Nudashank

March 27, 2011

Opening April 16 at Nudashank:

Stacy Fisher, Tracy Thomason, and Maria Walker

Location: H & H Building, 405 West Franklin Street, 3rd Floor, Baltimore, Maryland

Review by Matt Smith on the New American Painters blog.

Installation images.

Opening 1/21/11: FAWC Visual Fellows Invitational

January 21, 2011

2011 FAWC Visual Fellows Invitational

January 21 – February 1

Fine Arts Work Center, Hudson D. Walker Gallery

Provincetown, MA

Opening 1/9/11: Paintings on view at John Davis Gallery

January 10, 2011

Three paintings on view at:

John Davis Gallery

362 1/2 Warren Street

Hudson, NY 12534

Opening 1/8/11: It’s All Good!!: Apocalypse Now, Sideshow Gallery

January 10, 2011


Sideshow Gallery

January 8 – February 20, 2011

Opening Saturday, January 8, 6-9pm

319 Bedford Ave., Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Hours 12-6, Thursday – Sunday

Opening 12/1/10: The Psychoanalytic Self, at NYU Rosenberg Gallery

November 30, 2010

Rosenberg Gallery, New York University, 34 Stuyvesant St., NY NY

December 1 – December 13

Artists: Jessica Berry, Nora Hagert, Maria Kondratiev, Maria Walker

Opening Reception: Wednesday, December 1, 5-7 PM

Gallery Hours: Daily, 12-10 PM

View images of the show.

10/22/10: Cocktails and Dreams at the Laundromat

October 18, 2010

Cocktails and Dreams

Friday, October 22, 2010, 7-10 PM

The Laundromat

238 Melrose St., 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11206

A one night group show featuring small works and art- or artist-inspired cocktails by the following artists:

Jon Allmaier, Liz Atzberger, Kimberly Brandt, Dan Bruce, Heather Cahill, Christopher Deo, Ben Godward, Walsh Hansen, Alexa Hoyer, Ianthe Jackson, Jake Lesher, Rebecca Litt, Sarah McDougald Kohn, Joe Nanashe, Joe Protheroe, Carl Randall, Kevin Regan, Bob Scheib, Rob Servo, Stephen Truax, Maria Walker

The show will coincide with Work that Beat, a night of openings at Bushwick galleries.

View images of the show.

Opening 8/27/10: thanks.frank.

August 27, 2010


Frank Bramblett has taught at Tyler School of Art for the past 38 years (1972-2010). As a small gesture of appreciation, a group of his former students will exhibit artwork made with Frank in mind.

August 27 – September 21, 2010

Opening reception:
Friday, August 27, 7-9

Gallery hours:
Saturday, 10am – 1pm
Tuesday, 5pm – 8pm

Artists include 3axap Bakc, Amy Lincoln, Angela Washko, Anthony Campuzano, Arden Bendler Browning, Austin Lee, Bridget Purcell, Christopher Ulivo, Colleen McCubbin Stepanic, Dorian Dean, Dustin Metz, Esmeralda Montes, Joe Piconi, Jonathan Allmaier, Joy Payton, Julia Schwardron, Katrina Mortorff, Kelly McRaven, Lauren Whearty, Liz Markus, Maanik Singh, Maggie Van Scoyk, Maria Walker, Megan Bartley Matthews, Michael Ambron, Rebecca Saylor Sack, Rebecca Vicars, Robert Goodman, Sarah McD Kohn, Sean McBride, Thomas Vance, Tony Lopez and Trenton Doyle Hancock.

The exhibition will take place at The Elkins Estate, a historic mansion neighboring the original Tyler School of Art.

View images of the show.