Susan Eley Fine Art


46 West 90th Street 2nd floor

New York 10024 New York

United States

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URL : www.suaneleyfineart.com

Susan Eley   (Director)

Alie Smith   (Gallery Associate)

About

Susan Eley Fine Art was founded in the spring of 2006 by Eley as a salon-style gallery. Situated in an Upper West Side Townhouse in Manhattan, the Gallery offers an intimate, personal viewing experience, contrary to the more formal presentations of art in typical white box galleries. Eley opened the Gallery to attract a new, untapped audience for contemporary art and to provide regular gallerygoers with a fresh, alternative way to enjoy art.

Untitled (2011) -  Lori Ellison

Lori Ellison Untitled (2011)

Convex #27 - Francie Hester

Francie Hester Convex #27

Exhibiting Artists

  • Lori Ellison  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Lori Ellison - Untitled (2011) Untitled (2011)

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  • Francie Hester  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Francie Hester - Convex #27 Convex #27

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  • Chase Langford  (+)

    Biography : EDUCATION BA in Geography at UC Santa Barbara Worked as a cartographer at UCLA

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS
    Oct 2010 – Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
    Apr-July 2008 – “Chase Langford”, Gensler, Santa Monica, CA
    Sept 2005 – “Scrapes,” Keller & Greene, Los Angeles
    Dec 1993 – ”New Paintings and Monoprints,” L.A. Artcore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    May 1992 – L.A. Artcore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Jan-Feb 1991 – Sculpture Gardens, Venice, CA
    Nov 1990 – Encore Fine Art, Long Beach, CA
    Nov 1990 – Kerckhoff Art Gallery, UCLA

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
    July-Sept 2013 – “Blanc de Noir”, SCAPE, Corona del Mar, CA
    July-Sept 2013 – “Summer Salon”, Fresh Paint Art Gallery, Culver City, CA
    Nov-Dec 2012 – ”ELEMENTal”, Fresh Paint Art Gallery, Culver City, CA
    May-June 2011 – “Making Their Mark”, Susan Eley, New York City
    Sept 2010 – Fresh Paint, Culver City, CA
    June 2010 – “Get Art 3″, Siren Studios, Los Angeles
    Feb 2010 – Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
    Feb-May 2009 – “Pairs”, Ambient Art Projects, Las Vegas
    Sept-Oct 2008 – “Expansion”, Fresh Paint, Culver City, CA
    July-Aug 2005 – “Flowers West at K&G,” Keller & Greene, Los Angeles
    Dec 2004 – Keller & Greene, Los Angeles
    May 2003 – Art X, Long Beach Museum of Art, Curated by Ron Nelson
    Dec 2003-Jan 2004 – Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Santa Monica
    April-May 2001 – Art IX, Long Beach Museum of Art, Curated by Bernard Jazzar
    Sept 1999 – Art VIII, Long Beach Museum of Art, Curated by Terrence Rogers
    Oct 1998 – Art VII, Long Beach Museum of Art, Curated by Bernard Jazzar
    1993-1994 – Roy G. Biv Gallery, Palm Springs
    Oct 1991 – “Newcomers II” L.A. Artcore Gallery, Los Angeles
    Jan-Mar 1991 – “Gallery Artists Group Show” Encore Fine Art, Long Beach
    Jan 1991 – “New Artist Exhibition” Los Angeles Art Association Gallery, Los Angeles
    Dec-July 1991 – “Satellite Show” L.A. Artcore, Los Angeles
    Dec 1990 – “Salon d’Oeuvres sur Papier de Montreal” Galerie Art-Jeunesse, Montreal

    Detailed Description : ARTIST STATEMENT At a very young age I started studying and drawing maps. The first maps I ever saw may have been the highway maps stashed in our Ford Country Squire station wagon’s glove box. By my teens I had a map and atlas collection totaling well over a thousand and spent my free time engorged in cartography. My fascination of maps led me to study cartography at UC Santa Barbara and followed with creating maps for faculty at UCLA. Imagine the effect of spending much of a lifetime intimately tracing coasts, rivers, highways and more. Inevitably the visual rhythms of geography largely created my visual sensibility, that is, my sense of what works or does not work visually. I would dare say it has even seeped into my DNA. The interplay of a lifetime of maps and my fine art painting became most apparent in the late 1980’s when I started to create map paintings. Their purpose was not to explain the geography of a place but rather to use the essence geographic forms to re-express them in an entirely new way. Today my paintings still echo their geographic foundation. Whether is it translating the essence of the sand patterns made by the waves on Baker Beach or the dusty Kalahari as seen from a plane. My latest series, Morphic, adds in the influence of landscape views such as the view from my ridge top studio off Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles. This new series represents a significant shift from the two-dimensional map view to an abstract composition that implies a three dimensional space.

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Other Represented Artists

  • Tracy Barbosa Silva  (+)

    Biography : Tracy Silva Barbosa was born in 1977 in Taunton, MA to immigrant factory workers from the Azorean Islands of Portugal. Tracy displayed an early passion for the arts and an inclination toward abstract thought. Tracy attended The Massachusetts College of Art, where she entered the sculpture department and majored in glass. This course of study, which allowed access to many different facilities, provided the foundation for a process-oriented approach in her work. Early influences included Gustav Klimt, Donald Judd, and Gerhard Richter as well as more classical paradigms found in the Byzantine, Baroque, and Rococo periods. As a student traveling to Japan, the young artist was taken by the aesthetic of asymmetry and the narrative quality found in Asian scroll paintings. Upon graduation Barbosa relocated to the San Francisco Bay area to work for John Lewis Glass. Over the next three years she worked closely with Lewis on a variety of projects including the Oklahoma City Memorial. After moving on to New York City, Tracy began to focus more on painting as a formal study method for her glass sculpture. Through this medium she discovered a new freedom, reflected in the prolific outturn of her paintings and sculptures for an increasingly enthusiastic contingent of collectors. Tracy now lives and works in Taunton, MA.

    Exhibition : "Transcending Time" Edward Hopper House Museum- Nyack, NY, 2010 “Phylum Kingdom” Black Maria Gallery- Los Angeles CA, 2009 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition- Toronto Canada “Bridge Art Fair Miami Beach” Susan Eley Fine Art, 2008 “Hermanos/Barbosa” Susan Eley Fine Art- New York, NY, 2008 “ Summer Group Show” Susan Eley Fine Art- New York, NY, 2008 “Uncover, Discover, and Reveal” The Art Directors Club- NY, NY, 2007 “Coniunctio” Amrose Sable Gallery- Albany NY, 2007 “Night and Day” Little Bird Gallery- Los Angeles, CA, 2007 “Mercurius” Metalstone Gallery- New York, NY, 2006 Susan Megson Gallery- New York, NY, 2006 Trowbridge Lewis Galleries- Middleburg, VA, 2005 SOFA Exposition- Chicago, IL, 2004 International Art Festival, Lim Lip Museum- Korea, 2004 Weiss/Pollack Gallery- New York, NY, 2004 “Firmament” Robert Lehman Gallery- New York, NY, 2004 “Glass” Chappell Gallery- Boston, MA “Sculptural Glass” Creative, 1999 “Merged Realities” Central Arts Collective- Tucson, AZ, 1999 Glass Art Society International Student Exhibition- Japan, 1998

  • Jonathan Beer

  • Karin Bruckner

  • Charles Buckley  (+)

    Biography : Charles Buckley received an MFA at Hunter College in New York and a BFA in painting at the California College Of Arts in Oakland, California.

    Detailed Description : For Charles Buckley, painting as a practice is a means of engaging with the world and investigating preconceived notions. His progression paintings, rendered on multiple canvases, are an investigation of the construction of narrative and progress. Buckley’s work often deals with “leakage,” which he describes as “the area where things cannot be explained rationally, yet fit within the logic of the painting and seem to be known.”

  • David Collins

  • Carole Eisner  (+)

    Biography : Carole Eisner was born and raised in the Bronx, and received a BFA from Syracuse University. Eisner is a life-long New Yorker, who splits her time between New York City and Weston, Connecticut. She is married to Richard Eisner, and together they stay busy with five children and a dozen grandchildren.

    Exhibition : 2009-2010 Nine monumental works - The Broadway Malls, NYC Sept. 9, 2009 - extended till April 23rd, 2010 Susan Eley Fine Art | press release 2008 Abbaye de la Cambre: Outdoor sculpture Galerie Valerie Bach - Brussels: Indoor sculpture interview: Carole Eisner Outdoor and indoor sculptures @ Galerie Valérie Bach & the Abbaye de La Cambre, Brussels - September 2008 - published in Le Journal du Café Français: Carole Eisner Outdoor and indoor sculptures Syracuse University, The Connective Corridor, Syracuse, NY Swoosh, 2004 - welded steel 2007 Château de Fontaine-Henry, France (Calvados) online catalogue: outdoor sculpture | indoor sculpture 2006-08 Shakespeare & Company - Lenox, MA - ongoing online catalogue: click here | press release: click here 2002-08 Heritage Park, Norwalk CT 2001-08 Veterans Park, Norwalk, CT Belvoir Terrace, Lenox, MA Cranbury Park, Norwalk, CT 2000 Fordham University at Lincoln Center Campus, New York, NY 2000-08 City Hall, Norwalk, CT 1997-98 The River Park Atrium, Norwalk, CT 1992 Gallery Tanishima, Tokyo, Japan Gallery Sagan, Tokyo, Japan 1990 David Findlay Galleries, New York, NY 1988 First Women’s Bank, New York, NY Segal Gallery, New York, NY

    Detailed Description : A painter and a sculptor, Carole Eisner has worked with scrap and recycled metal for 40 years, creating elegant, abstract forms welded in steel. The artist's compositions reflect the surprising malleability she finds with metal. She works with “the debris of our civilization,” reclaiming and reassembling disregarded fragments of buildings and bridges into art. Eisner's longevity as an artist is a testament to the natural marriage between her monumental outdoor sculptures and the climate of public spaces. Born and raised in the Bronx, Eisner received a BFA from Syracuse University. A life-long New Yorker, the artist splits her time between New York City and Weston, Connecticut. 

  • Carole Eisner  (+)

    Biography : Carole Eisner was born and raised in the Bronx, NY, and received a BFA from Syracuse University. Eisner is a life-long New Yorker, who splits her time between New York City and Weston, Connecticut.

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2011-13 2009-10 2008 2007 2006-13 2002-13 2001-13 2000 2000-08 1997-98 1992 1990 1988 University of New Haven, New Haven, CT • ZerQues Westport Library, Westport, CT • Walter Nine monumental works - The Broadway Malls, New York, NY Abbaye de la Cambre Galerie Valerie Bach - Brussels Syracuse University, The Connective Corridor, Syracuse, N Y Château de Fontaine-Henry, France (Calvados) Shakespeare & Company - Lenox, MA Heritage Park, Norwalk CT Veterans Park, Norwalk, CT Belvoir Terrace, Lenox, MA Cranbury Park, Norwalk, CT Fordham University at Lincoln Center Campus, New York, NY City Hall, Norwalk, CT The River Park Atrium, Norwalk, CT Gallery Tanishima, Tokyo, Japan Gallery Sagan, Tokyo, Japan David Findlay Galleries, New York, NY First Women’s Bank, New York, NY Segal Gallery, New York, NY CAROLE EISNER Caroleeisner@gmail. com www. caroleeisner. com www. susaneleyfineart. com Syracuse University, Bachelor of Fine Arts International School of Photography GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2013 Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art Gallery, Sarasota, FL • Beatrice • Rings • Sancho transFORM Showroom, New Rochelle, NY • 9 sculptures 2012 Aqua Art Miami, Susan Eley Fine Art, Aqua Hotel, Miami Beach, FL • Beatrice • Rings • Sancho Silvermine Garden Sculpture Walk at New Canaan, CT • Rhythmn In Blue Silvermine Arts Center 90th Anniversary Exhibition: A Celebration of the Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, CT• Rhythmn In Blue 2011 Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood, Stockbridge, MA 2010-13 Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NY 2010 Art Miami, Susan Eley Fine Art, Miami, FL • Hosea 2009 Susan Eley Fine Art: In the Abstract, New York, NY The Downtown Albany Business Improvement District (BID) SculptureintheStreets,Albany,NY•Windows • ZerQues Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach, FL 2008 Miami, FL, Art Park Miami, FL, Raw @ Miami Basel Art Fair - Grand Central Gallery, Palm Beach, FL City o

    Detailed Description : A painter and a sculptor, Eisner has worked with scrap and recycled metal for 40 years, creating elegant, abstract forms welded in steel. The artist’s twisted and curved sculptures reflect the surprising malleability she finds with metal. Eisner’s larger-than-life works and small scale sculptures are ideal for public exhibition, and, indeed, have been exhibited in dozens of public parks, corporate plazas, cultural centers, museums and waterfronts all along the northeast corridor in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Florida, as well as in Belgium and France. Eisner’s longevity as an artist—she has had over 20 solo shows and 20 group shows—is a testament to the mass appeal of her work and the natural marriage between her sculptures and the climate of public spaces. Eisner is represented in private, public and corporate collections, including the Guggenheim, and has been written up in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Who’s Who in American Art, Vogue and New York Newsday.

  • Carole Eisner

  • Amber George

    Biography : AMBER GEORGE Solo Exhibitions 2009 Bits and Pieces, Bryant Street Gallery 2008 Roots and Branches, Museum of the Southwest, Midland, Texas Selected Group Exhibitions 2009 Juried show, Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Art, Las Vegas, NV Jules Place, Boston, Massachusetts Susan Eley Fine Art, New York, New York Bridge Art Fair, New York, Susan Eley Fine Art, New York, New York 2008 3rd Annual Encaustic Invitational, Conrad Wilde Gallery, Tucson, Arizona San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Art Auction 2008 17th Annual Juried Show, The La Jolla Athenaeum, La Jolla, California Color from the Hive, Julie Nester Gallery, Park City, Utah 2007 Following the Paper Trail: Exploring the Art of Contemporary Printmaking California Center for the Arts, Escondido, California Off the Grid: New Directions in Wax, Lauryn Taylor Fine Art, Carmel, CA New Artists, Town Center Fine Art, Watkinsville, Georgia Renewal, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Novato, California ABSTRACTION and Landscape, 98ten Fine Art, Irvine, California Per Square Foot, Conrad Wilde Gallery, Tucson, Arizona All Day Art, Mixture, San Diego, California Red Dot Art Fair, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto California 2006 Holiday Group Show, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, California 2005 Transferring Ink in the West, Art and Cultural Center, Fallbrook, California Print Invitational, Brandon Gallery, Fallbrook, California North County Printmakers, San Diego Public Library, San Diego, California Fallbrook 5&3, Gallery 21, San Diego, California 2004 December, Fallbrook Fine Art, Fallbrook, California 2005 Public Collections Westin Hotel, National Harbor, Maryland Westin Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio Westin Hotel, Tampa, Florida Viewpoint Condominiums, Atlanta, Georgia Private Collections Collectors in California, Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, New York and Budapest, Hungary Publications Embr

  • Amy Greenan

  • Erin Haldrup

  • Charlotta Hauksdottir

    Biography : Iceland Academy of the Arts Certificate Study Course in Creative and Critical Thinking, 16 credits (ECTS), 2009 San Francisco Art Institute Master of Fine Arts in Photography, 2004 Istituto Europeo di Design Bachelor of Arts in Photography, 1997

  • Charlotta Maria Hauksdottir  (+)

    Biography : Iceland Academy of the Arts Certificate Study Course in Creative and Critical Thinking, 16 credits (ECTS), 2009 San Francisco Art Institute Master of Fine Arts in Photography, 2004 Istituto Europeo di Design Bachelor of Arts in Photography, 1997

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions 2005 Scapes, First Street Gallery, Eureka, California 2004 Dreamscapes, Zinc Details, San Francisco, California 1997 Christmas in Historical Reykjavik, Reykjavik Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland Group Exhibitions 2013 Womens Works, Old Court House Art Center, Woodstock, Illinois 2012 Arles 2012 Vois Off, Arles, France 2012 International Exhibition of Women’s Fine Art Photography, NY, NY Water, Ministry for the Environment, Reykjavik, Iceland Icelandic Contemporary Photography, Kex Hostel, Reykjavik, Iceland Echo, Reykjavik Museum of Photography, Reykjavik, Iceland 2011 Points of Departure, Jones Studio Gallery, Long Beach, California Shaped by Water, Los Altos History Museum, Los Altos, California Urban Forest, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, California Summer Photo Show, Lunch Box Gallery, Miami, Florida California!, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, California Inanimate, Flash Gallery, Lakewood, Colorado 2009 Flash at a Moment of Danger, LA Art Museum, Hveragerdi, Iceland 2006 Freestyle 2-3-d, Energy Gallery, Toronto, Canada 2005 Diptychs, Soke Fine Art, Minturn, Colorado February Exhibition, www.projekt30.com 2004 December Exhibition, www.projekt30.com Master of Fine Arts Exhibition, Herbst Pavillion, San Francisco, California Feminology, Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco, California 2003 Back to School: Returning Students Work, Swell Gallery, San Francisco, California 2002 Fragments of Life in the Urban Environment, Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco, California Fragments of Life in the Urban Environment, City Hall, San Francisco, California 2001 Icelandic Photographers Association Exhibition: 2001 in Review, Gerdarsafn, Iceland 1999 Icelandic Photographers Association Exhibition: 1999 in Review, Gerdarsafn, Iceland 1997 Review of Selected Graduating Student’s Work, Istituto Europeo di Design, Rome, Italy Bibliography 2012 “Be

  • Kentaro Hiramatsu  (+)

    Exhibition : Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions: Susan Eley Fine Art, NY, May 2009 and various group shows and art fairs with Susan Eley Fine Art, 2007-2010 Scope New York, 2006 Art Fair Tokyo/Tokyo International Forum, Japan Gallery Gan, Tokyo Capsule Gallery, 2004 ISCP Open Weekend/ ISCP (International Studio and Curatorial Program), NY Urawa Art Museum, Saitama, Japan, 2003 Philip Morris K.K. Art Award, 2002 The First Move/Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, 2002 Solo exhibition, Asago Art Museum, Hyogo, Japan, 2001

    Detailed Description : Born in Japan, Kentaro Hiramatsu lives and works in New York City. He paints in acrylic on canvas or wood board, applying paint with a careful deliberation. Hiramatsu sifts Japanese pop culture influences—anime and manga—through his own aesthetic prism. The results are invented landscapes that challenge the viewer to peer into a new place. Hiramatsu's recent work features people at play against a tangled drawing of lines, signifying the web of a complex urban life.

  • Kentaro Hiramatsu

  • Lydia Janssen

  • Vivian Kahra

  • Rachelle Krieger  (+)

    Biography : Rachelle Krieger was born in New York City and received a BFA from Pratt Institute, 1989. She has also studied at the New York Studio School and the Art Students League in New York City. She lives and works in Port Washington, NY.

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2013 Susan Eley Fine Art, NYC 2010 Susan Eley Fine Art, NYC 2007 Port Washington Public Library 2001 Karen Mitchell Frank Gallery, Dallas TX 1999 Karen Mitchell Frank Gallery, Dallas TX 1998 Mulligan-Shanoski Gallery, San Francisco CA Federal Building, NYC SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2011 Gallery North, Setauket NY ArtHamptons, Southhampton NY (with Dorian Grey Gallery) Susan Eley Fine Art, NYC Dorian Grey Gallery, NYC Etra Fine Art, Miami FL 2010 Kathleen Bernhardt Gallery, Sarasota FL Heckscher Museum of Art – Long Island Biennial, Huntington NY 2008 Artsource International, NYC (two-person) 2004 Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston MA 2002 Sedona Arts Center, Sedona AZ Monrho’s Gallery, Brownsville TX 2001 Judi Rotenberg Gallery, Boston MA 2000 Design Consortium Gallery, Cincinnati OH Paesaggio Gallery, West Hartford CT 1999 Cove Gallery, Wellfleet MA Wyndy Morehead Gallery, New Orleans LA 1998 Nese Alpan Gallery, Roslyn NY Karen Mitchell Frank Gallery, Dallas TX Simon Gallery, Morristown NJ (two-person) Koelsch Gallery, Houston TX Chelsea Gallery, Cleveland OH Gallery C, Raleigh NC (two-person) Theatre in the Park, Flushing NY 1997 Atelier DD&B, NYC SOHO Gallery, Pensacola FL 1996 Gallery at 777, Los Angeles CA St. Marks Church in the Bowery Visual Arts Project, NYC 1995 Federal Building, NYC Citicorp Building, NYC Bixler Gallery, Stroudsburg PA Cast Iron Gallery, NYC 1994 Ramnarine Gallery, NYC Flushing Town Hall, NYC 1993 Schwendi Space, Wildhaus, Switzerland EDUCATION 1990-1994 Art Students League, NYC 1985-89 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY — B.F.A. HONORS Mark Rothko Memorial Scholarship Alexander Medal from the School Art League, NYC Pratt Institute award for Excellence in Design SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY Interview with Artist Rachelle Krieger, by Linda Tagliaferro LongIsland.About.com, Janua

    Detailed Description : For Rachelle Krieger, nature is a source of visual, emotional, and spiritual inspiration. Often painted plein-air, Krieger’s large, abstract compositions reflect the visual and emotion experience of the “rambling, unplanned, chaotic nature of the landscape.” Other pieces are completed in the studio, using smaller oil and watercolor sketches as inspiration.

  • Chase Langford

  • Kim Luttrell  (+)

    Biography : Raised in Henderson, Kentucky, Kim Luttrell attended the Ringling School of Fine Art and Design in Sarasota, FL, majoring in Graphic Design. She moved to NYC in 1991 and currently works in Brooklyn. Luttrell has participated in solo and group shows in New York and her work is in corporate and private collections throughout the US, Holland, Israel, Australia, Argentina, England, Brazil, China, Japan and the Republic of Guinea. She is a recipient of the Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant & Artist Fellowship Grant, was a featured artist at the House and Garden Showhouse in New Jersey's Havemeyer Mansion and is also the topic of an independent documentary produced by an Australian filmmaker. Her work has been added to the permanent archives of the Library and Research Center of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibition: Susan Eley FIne Art, NYC, 2010 Bernard gallery, LIC, NY, 2003 Nexus Gallery, NYC, 1999-2003 Groups Exhibitions and art fairs in Miami and NY with Susan Eley Fine Art, 2007-2010

  • Kathy Osborn

    Biography : Kathy Osborn is a painter based in Hudson, New York. She was an illustrator for 25 years, with work featured in several publications including The Atlantic Monthly, Rollingstone, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, GQ and New York Magazine. Osborn began her painting career in 2014, showing in exhibitions at John Davis Gallery (2015), Geoffrey Young Gallery (2015), Gallery Molly Krom (2015) and at the Art on Paper Fair (2016).

  • Anne Sherwood Pundyk  (+)

    Biography : Born: New York City EDUCATION: Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, MFA 1982 Pomona College, Claremont, CA, BA 1978 Sorbonne University, Paris, 1976

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS: "A Semblance: Recent Paintings by Anne Sherwood Pundyk and Rachelle Kreiger," Susan Eley Fine Art, NY 1/10 "Persephone," Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA 1/05 "Poetic Spaces," Nelson Street Gallery (2-person show), Lexington, VA 6/02 "Waterworks," University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 12/00 "Quote Unquote," Asyl Gallery, New York, NY, 3/00 Seipp Gallery, Palo Alto, CA 2/86 "Vase Above the Fire", Sarah Doyle Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI 11/81 "Maps", Allen Art Building, Oberlin, OH 3/80 "Paper Photographs", Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA 4/79 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: 2010 "The Art of Captivity: Part Two," Susan Eley Fine Art, 10/10 "Alternative Histories," Exit Art, New York, NY 10/10 "The Art of Captivity: Part One,"Fordham University, New York, NY, 9/10 "With or Without Permission: Appropriation, Assemblage, and Collage,” The Philoctetes Center, New York, NY 3/10 2009 Art Miami, Susan Eley Fine Art, Miami, FL 12/09 “ARTWALK NY,” New York, NY 11/09 "Heading Home," Susan Eley Fine Art, New York, NY 7/09 2008 “Angel’s Art Show,” Keiter, Stephens, Tobey, Charlottesville, VA 5/08 2007 “Landscapes and Still Lifes,” Nichols Gallery, Barboursville, VA 8/07 2006 Carol Craven Gallery, Martha’s Vineyard, MA, 8/06 "Summer Landscape Show," Nichols Gallery, Barboursville, VA 6/06 2005 "12 x 12", Nelson Street Gallery, Lexington, VA 2/05 2002 "Interpretations of a Still Life", Forrest Scott Gallery, Millburn, NJ 12/02 "TriBeCa Works on Paper Show", DFN Gallery, New York, NY 6/02 2001 "Of Things to Come", Forrest Scott Gallery, Millburn, NJ 3/01 "Paper, Scissors, Rock", Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY 8/01 1999 "The Magic of Venice", The Grand Venetian Hotel (Nancy Hoffman, Curator), Las Vegas, NE, 10/99 "Please Be Seated", MetLife Building (Suzanne Randolph, Curator), New York, NY, Summer 1999 "Paper Works", Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY 7/9

    Detailed Description : Pundyk paints from photographs collected from different sources; these photographs capture people and places at various moments in the past, allowing the artist to circumvent nature in the present tense. The artist has the freedom to translate these photographic subjects into a new cast of characters, rendered in her loose brush and striking colors. Pundyk has lectured at Manhattan Marymount College and Fordham University. Recently, her work was selected for the cover of Gallery Guide, and she was invited to be an artist-in-residence at Queens College Art Center last spring. Pundyk received a BA from Pomona College, CA, and an MFA from RISD in 1982. She was born in New York City, where she currently resides.

  • Carlos Puyol  (+)

    Biography : EDUCATION 2009 Summer Residency Program at School of Visual Art. NY city. USA 2005 MFA at Barcelona University of Fine Arts. Spain 1995 Graduate at Buenos Aires University of Fine Art. Argentina

    Exhibition : SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2009 Le Réalgar Gallery. Saint Etienne- France. GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2013 Gallery Susan Eley. New York. USA 2011 Gallery MDA. Helsinborg-Sweden Gallery Le Réalgar. Saint-Etienne- France 2009 Espai Mallorca. Barcelona-Spain 2008 Gallery Prinardi. San Juan de Puerto Rico. 2007 Gallery Sa Tafona. Deià-Mallorca 2006 Gallery Prinardi. Miami-EEUU Gallery. Sa Tafona Deià-Mallorca 2004 “La Rectoria” Art Center. Sant Pere de Vilamajor-Spain 2002 “La Rectoria” Art Center. Sant Pere de Vilamajor-Spain Cultural Space. Lloret de Mar. Girona-Spain 2001 “Open Ateliers” Poble Nou-Barcelona city “La Rectoria” Art Center. Sant Pere de Vilamajor-Spain 2000 San Jordi Space. Granollers-Spain II Edition Honda Aware. La Garriga-Spain “La Rectoria” Art Center. Sant Pere de Vilamajor-Spain

    Detailed Description : Carlos Puyol lives in Barcelona, Spain. He is known for his vibrant paintings showing vertical bands of flat, shining color, adjacent to and sometimes overlapping with patches of messy, tangled drips of multi-colored paint. In these enigmatic paintings Puyol shows Pop Art rubbing shoulders with its art historical predecessor Abstract Expressionism. “I always believed that abstract painting was a way of avoiding reality, but curiously, in the current context, my paintings are an affirmation of ‘the real’; a resistance against becoming mere signs in a system of an endless exchange of abstract concepts,” says Puyol

  • Alex Wood  (+)

    Biography : Alex Wood was Born in Essex in 1966, and spent his early childhood in Canada before returning to the United Kingdom and settling in a quiet Manchester suburb. During six years of Art School, studying Graphic Design and Photography, Wood became part of the Manchester underground music scene throughout the 1980s and 1990s. After a year divided between Paris and Milan, Wood returned to Manchester and began creating Street Art, choosing stencils for the immediate result they gave. This led to a commission for Factory Records Headquarters in Manchester and his work featured in the Oasis video 'Shakermaker'. Settling in Amsterdam in 2002, Wood began re-exploring images, texts and composition with a series of graphic canvases. Now living and working in Sweden since 2004, Wood's work has moved away from its purely flat graphic origin towards a more multi-layered abstraction. Wood has a BA Graphic Design, Manchester Polytechnic, 1988.

    Exhibition : Solo Exhibitions: Susan Eley Fine Art, NY, 2008 Mark Barrow Fine Art, London, UK, 2008 Het Glazen Huis, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2007 wedish House of Design, HŠllefors, Sweden, 2006