Samuel Owen Gallery

382 Greenwich Ave

CT 06830 Greenwich

United States

Phone : 203 422 6500

Fax :

Mobile Ph. : 917 494 3895


Devon McCready   ()

Lee Milazzo   ()


Samuel Owen Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located on Greenwich Avenue in Greenwich, CT. The gallery is committed to exhibiting the work of emerging to mid-career artists, as well as a variety of strong secondary market works. Since opening in 2004, owners Lee and Cindy Milazzo continue to build a connection between New York City’s vibrant art scene and the local community.

Conversation Candies - Peter Anton

Peter Anton Conversation Candies

1972 Land Rover - Nick Veasey

Nick Veasey 1972 Land Rover

Mindstream 20 - James Verbicky

James Verbicky Mindstream 20

Marijuana -  Daniel Allen Cohen

Daniel Allen Cohen Marijuana

Sugar -  Daniel Allen Cohen

Daniel Allen Cohen Sugar

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Citta Samtana Diptych 224 - James Verbicky

James Verbicky Citta Samtana Diptych 224

Have A Nice Day - Charles Patrick

Charles Patrick Have A Nice Day

Exhibiting Artists

  • Peter Anton  (+)

    Biography : Peter Anton’s work has been extensively exhibited in solo shows throughout the world, including the Allan Stone Gallery, Hammer Galleries, Bruce R. Lewin Gallery, and Unix Gallery in New York City; Urban Art in Seoul; Guy Pieters Gallery in Belgium; Gallery Delaive in Amsterdam; Rarity Gallery in Mykonos; Scott Richards Contemporary Art in San Francisco; Gallery Valentine in East Hampton; and Arcature Fine Art in Palm Beach. Mr. Anton has exhibited in numerous museums, including a solo exhibition at the Netherlands’ Museum Jan van der Togt in Amstelveen. As well, Anton has participated in group exhibitions at the Museum Villa Rot in Burgrieden-Rot, Germany; the Austin Museum of Art in Texas; the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, New York; the Fresno Metropolitan Art Museum; the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyoming; the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut; the Castellani Art Museum in Niagara, New York; the COPIA Museum in Napa Valley, California; the William Benton Museum in Storrs, Connecticut; the Schloss Gottorf Museum in Schleswig, Germany; the Museum Ritter in Waldenbuch, Germany; the Strathmore Museum in Bethesda, Maryland; the Schloss Neuenburg Museum in Neuenburg, Germany; the Wilhelm Hack Museum in Ludwigshafen, Germany; the Staatliche Kunsthalle in Karlsruhe, Germany; the Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, Wisconsin; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri; the Historic City Hall Arts & Cultural Center in Lake Charles, Louisiana; the Copelouzos Art Museum in Athens; and the Madden Museum of Art in Denver, Colorado. His work has been extensively exhibited at leading art fairs in the United States, Europe and Asia. Peter Anton's work is widely collected and is featured in several prestigious private, corporate, and museum collections including Steven A. Cohen; the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art; Sir Howard Stringer; Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones; the Jordanian Royal Family; architect Lord Norman Fo

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    • Peter Anton - Conversation Candies Conversation Candies

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  • Daniel Allen Cohen  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Daniel Allen Cohen - Sugar Sugar
    •  Daniel Allen Cohen - Marijuana Marijuana

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  • Franco DeFrancesca

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  • Charles Patrick  (+)

    Biography : Charles Patrick is best known for his intricately cut paper butterflies, suspended like museum specimens on individual entomology pins and clustered together to form icons, logos, and symbols against the backdrop of pristine canvases. Living in a world between the paper and digital ages, these works conjure feelings of nostalgia for the tactility of paper, created from vintage comic books, children’s books, currency, maps, and other obsolete ephemera. This stands in jarring contrast to the clean, pixelated designs that the butterflies form which exchange individual emotion for the universal immediacy of today’s contemporary visual language. Targets, hearts, ohms, and stars pop from the canvas in three-dimension- a fresh departure from the flat screens that are the norm today. With a background in vintage poster restoration, illustration, and printmaking, Charles Patrick combines his love of paper, art history, and design to create works that are both strikingly beautiful and poignantly thought-provoking.

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    • Charles Patrick - Have A Nice Day Have A Nice Day

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  • Bisco Smith  (+)

    Biography : Bisco Smith is a New York based, contemporary artist recognized for his lyrical approach to deconstructed expressionism. Smith’s process begins with an acoustic stimulus prior to painting. Using music as his muse, he approaches each canvas as unique opportunity to channel the expression of his inspiration by stripping his compositions to their fundamental essence of motion and rhythm. Harnessing the creative spontaneity that exists at the intersection of music and paint, Smith’s works embody the energy of a moment through gestural marks and abstracted text. Utilizing his understanding of space from his early years as a graffiti writer, Smith reimagines the execution of abstract expressionist painting through his unique contemporary lens. With a resume of solo and group exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Seattle, and Hong Kong, Bisco Smith’s iconic monochromatic works are celebrated and sought after by collectors and art enthusiasts across the world.

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  • Nick Veasey  (+)

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    • Nick Veasey - 1972 Land Rover 1972 Land Rover

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  • James Verbicky  (+)

    Biography : Polish Canadian artist James Verbicky was born in 1973 and lived the majority of his early life in British Columbia before immigrating to the United States in the early 2000s. He struggled with legal status for many years before finally being awarded the ‘Extraordinary Ability’ Green card due to his extensive involvement with a wide range of museums, galleries, publications, nonprofit organizations, and philanthropic endeavors. In 2008, his work was selected for a 110 year-old juried exhibition at the Louvre with the Societie Nationale des Beaux-Arts. Shortly after his exhibition in Paris and finding inspiration among the magazine vendors that range along the Seine, Verbicky created the media paintings: complex and sculptural mixed media artworks that became his vessels for communicating about a society oversaturated by media. By utilizing rare historical content, including both obsolete and persisting brands and advertisements, as well as vintage graphics, Verbicky has constructed a large oeuvre of densely layered and unique compositions that ensnare the viewer by engaging the natural human proclivity to find order in chaos, to sort and assign meaning as a way to navigate the world. In this process, he reminds the viewer that they are constantly being influenced. In 2014, Verbicky returned to paint on canvas with the ERA and Bhavanga series, which allowed him to transcend the barriers of paper collage with bands of hand-painted canvas, enamel script, classical imagery and crystallina. At his core, Verbicky is a visual language manipulator, unsatisfied with deconstruction alone, he is driven forward by the process of reconstruction and the creation of a new, abstract visual language. In 2018, he expanded his vision further by venturing into the world of three-dimensional monumental sculptural works, which build out into the environment and create a sensory experience beyond sight alone.

    Detailed Description : Mixed Media

    Artist's Objects:

    • James Verbicky - Citta Samtana Diptych 224 Citta Samtana Diptych 224
    • James Verbicky - Mindstream 20 Mindstream 20

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