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Date

Jun 19 2021
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Time

2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost

$Free

The Birdhouse Gallery of Contemporary Miniature Art Opens its Second Show

The Birdhouse Gallery of Contemporary Miniature Art Opens its Second Show

Artist /curator Sunny Chapman is pleased to announce the opening of The Birdhouse Gallery’s second group show.
The Birdhouse Gallery is a miniature gallery of tiny contemporary art. Located at street level at 499 E. Front Street, the gallery is about the size of a Little Library or a large birdhouse.

The new show, Ocean Garden, will feature a group of notable contemporary artists from New York City and beyond exploring the mysteries of the deep. The opening party will be outdoors on Saturday May 15 from 2 until 6pm. The show will be viewable during daylight hours from June 19 until July 15. The artists work will also be available through the curators website, https://sunnychapmanart.com

Here is a list of the talented Ocean Garden artists.

Lauren Skelly Bailey
Dedicated to the investigations of clay, Lauren Skelly Bailey explores surface, form, and materiality in her assemblages, sculptures, and installations. In 2015 Skelly received her MFA from Rhode Island School of Design with a focus in Ceramics. Skelly has studied at Adelphi University from 2008-2014, where she obtained her MA and BFA degrees in Studio Arts. Currently Skelly teaches visual art courses at Iona College in New Rochelle.
www.laurenskellybailey.com

Sunny Chapman
Artist and curator whose work is grounded in the natural world, Chapman divides her time between Hancock NY and Brooklyn NY. Her work in painting, printmaking and collage has been exhibited in many galleries mostly in NYC
https://sunnychapmanart.com

Mary DeVincentis
Brooklyn painter Mary DeVincentis employs a deeply personal iconography to explore the dilemmas and mysteries of existence.
www.marydevincentis.com

Carol Diamond
Carol Diamond is a painter and sculptor, educator and sometimes writer who lives in New York City. Her newest work is predominately multimedia, and encompasses oil painting, found materials assemblage sculpture and plein air drawings. Diamond’s awards include the American Academy of Arts and Letter’s Invitational Exhibition Purchase Prize, Pratt Institute’s Faculty Development Grant, and the National Academy Museum’s Edwin Palmer Prize.
www.caroldiamond.com

Cathy Diamond
Cathy Diamond has lived, worked and exhibited in NYC for three decades, most recently exhibiting paintings in “11 Women of Spirit” at Zurcher Gallery, and “Magnum Opus” at 490 Atlantic Gallery.   Diamond teaches Drawing and Painting at BMCC and has also curated several shows.
http://www.cathydiamond.com

Nancy Erickson Dutmer
Entertainment is the backbone of my art.  When painting, I prefer to work in oils, but the theatrics shine more through my painted fabric and bead embroidered art pieces. They both satisfy my artistic cravings in different ways, and they both feed into my desire for audience entertainment.
www.nancyericksondutmer.net

Seren Morey
Seren Morey is a sculptural mixed media artist from NYC who makes paintings inspired by the energy particles that connect all matter together. Her work references the continual movement that animates all biological and botanical forms, often in a fantastical and hybridized format.
http://serenmorey.com/

Jackie Shatz
Jackie Shatz is a sculptor who lives in New York. Upcoming group shows at Zurcher and LaiSun Keene Galleries.
She is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Grant, a Tree of Life Grant and a Gottlieb Foundation Grant.
jacquelineshatz.com

Fedele Spadafora
A distinctive aspect of my work as a painter is my ability to capture the essence of a place. My paintings of New York are straightforward realism. Whether it is a quiet moment in a diner or the chaotic interior of the kitchen in a Chinese takeout place, I aim to transmit a sense of those places. While never straying too far from realism and a resonant respect for tradition, I sometimes allow imagination to lead me. My use of color, for instance, moves my work from the pure observation associated with representational art toward memory and impression.
https://fspadafora.com/

Contact: Sunny Chapman
sunnychapman@gmail.com

Raindate Sunday June 20, 2-6

Location

499 E. Front St. Hancock, NY 13783
The Birdhouse Gallery

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