Press Releases tagged with abstract painting

John Opper.  Jazz-M-68, 1968.  Acrylic on canvas.  46 x 46 inches.

Berry Campbell Gallery Presents Special Exhibition JOHN OPPER, Paintings from the 1960s to 1970s

Released: February 7, 2018

Berry Campbell Gallery is pleased to announce a special exhibition of paintings by JOHN OPPER from February 8 through March 10, 2018. The opening reception for “John Opper: Paintings from the 1960s and 1970s” is Thursday, February 8 from 6 to 8 pm.  This is Berry Campbell’s first exhibition of Opper’s work since announcing the representation of his estate a year ago. Active as a painter for over six decades, John opper was an early member of the New York School. Over the course of his career, he evolved from creating abstract gestural works, in which he drew inspiration from the natural...


Syd Solomon.  Islandscape, 1980.  Acrylic and aerosol enamel on canvas.  82 x 76 inches.

BERRY CAMPBELL GALLERY PRESENTS A CENTENARY EXHIBITION OF SYD SOLOMON (1917-2004)

Released: October 5, 2017

Berry Campbell Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of paintings by SYD SOLOMON (1917-2004) to celebrate the centenary of his birth. Syd Solomon: Time and Tide will open on October 12 and run through November 11, 2017. This centenary exhibition precedes the artist’s traveling museum retrospective to open at Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York, in October 2018. The retrospective, which will also travel to the John and Mable Ringling Museum in Sarasota, Florida, is accompanied by a 96-page exhibition catalogue with essays by Dr. Gail Levin, Michael Auping, Mike Solomon, and Ge...


Yvonne Thomas.  Highway, 1957.  Oil on canvas.  50 x 62 inches

BERRY CAMPBELL GALLERY PRESENTS THE PAINTINGS OF YVONNE THOMAS

Released: August 3, 2017

Berry Campbell is pleased to announce an exhibition of paintings by YVONNE THOMAS (1913-2009). The gallery will present nineteen paintings from 1950-1962. Berry Campbell is now representing the Estate of Yvonne Thomas. The exhibition opens on September 7, 2017 and runs through October 7, 2017, with an opening reception on Thursday, September 7 from 6 to 8 pm.  Throughout a career lasting over fifty years, Yvonne Thomas blended the intuitive freedom of Abstract Expressionism with the symbolic language of form and color. As she stated: “Variations on these two movements have continued and...


Deb Lawrence, "I Can Count on You," oil on antique hand-woven linen, 52 x 48, 2014

Lawrence Fine Art to Showcase Modern and Contemporary Masters at Boston's Art and Design of the 20th and 21st Centuries

Released: March 13, 2015

Lawrence Fine Art will showcase modern and contemporary artists  focusing on abstraction at Boston's AD20/21, Art and Design of the 20th and 21st Centuries, March 26-29th. "This will be a bit of a preview for our 'Summer of Abstraction,' which will highlight new developments in abstraction across media," said Gallery Director Howard Shapiro. "The summer's exhibitions will highlight both emerging and established artists working abstractly." Among the artists the gallery will show in Boston is Rolph Scarlett. The gallery will show a series of mixed media collages that were c...


Colors in the Cold: Abstract Art and Sculpture Highlight Clarke on Feb. 8th

Released: January 28, 2015

Following what has become a routinely strong start to the calendar year, Clarke will continue its important estate art offerings on February 8th. Two of the most important works are by American artist Paul Jenkins. The first work by Jenkins entitled “Phenomena Broadway Prism at 42nd Street” is an example of the artist’s proclivity toward highly colorful and New York inspired abstraction. This acrylic on canvas will be presented at a conservative estimate of $15,000/$25,000. The second Jenkins is also a colorful abstract entitled “Phenomena Royal House NYC.” A broader work as compared...


"Simultaneous," ca.  1965, oil on canvas, 50 x 50 inches

James Daugherty

Released: February 9, 2012

  Spanierman Modern is pleased to announce the opening on February 23, 2012 of James Daugherty, an exhibition and sale comprised of the remarkable abstract color paintings that this important twentieth-century American modernist created during the last twenty years of his life. The show brings much-deserved recognition to this overlooked phase of Daugherty's long and distinguished career. The show is accompanied by a brochure with an essay by the noted scholar William C. Agee. James Daugherty (1887-1974) was born in Asheville, North Carolina, and grew up on farms in Ohio a...


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