Deborah Stern: Reverberation

Deborah Stern has lived throughout the US, currently residing in the Arizona desert. She received a BFA in painting from the San Francisco Art Institute, mentored by the great Bay Area painter Julius Hatofsky, and an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a prolific multimedia painter, impossible to label by style, having produced over 23,000 drawings for one solo exhibition, a 108’ painting for another, and most recently exhibited 23 scroll paintings, each 108” x 29”.

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Sam Jungkurth: Nudes in a Geometric Landscape

Sam Jungkurth began his series “Nudes in a Geometric Landscape” in 2008 exploring the dynamic interaction of the human form placed within a geometric design. Color sculpts the geometry into habitable space where human drama comes to life. Line defines form and composition. Sam Jungkurth finds endless possibilities within these aesthetic confines bringing a fresh insight to the human condition.

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Galerie Mani: Art from Berlin

Four artists from Galerie Mani: Marie-Claire Feltin, Mehdi Majd-Amin, Elias Maya, Barbara Deutschmann

The Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to announce a show of Galerie Mani from Berlin, presenting works of 4 artists from Germany: the painters Marie-Claire Feltin, Mehdi Majd-Amin and Elias Maya and the sculptor Barbara Deutschmann. The exhibition dates are November 25 – December 27. Please join us on Saturday, November 29 from 3 – 6 p.m. for a reception. All four artists will attend the reception and the director of Galerie Mani will speak about their works and conceptions.

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Anne Diggory: Change of Course

Anne Diggory has painted out of her studio in Saratoga Springs, New York, for over 30 years and has been featured in Adirondack Life, American Artist Magazine, and The New York Times. She is known for her combination of carefully observed detail with expressive painting and strong abstract structure – an outgrowth of education at Yale and Indiana University and many years of exploring and painting the natural world.

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Carol Heft, Nancy Prusinowski, Geraldo Perez: Ensemble

The Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to announce an innovative new show, “Ensemble” which will feature the collaborative, individual, and simultaneously conceived work of three of New York’s finest contemporary artists: Carol Heft, Nancy Prusinowski and Geraldo Perez. The exhibition dates are September 2 – September 27 This exhibition is the result of a mutual and unselfish look inside and outside of themselves; a departure from the traditional comfort afforded the artist who works in an isolated environment. In the genres of music or theatre this would not be special but in visual art it is a courageous departure from the norm.

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Guest Artist: Tsukasa Ono: Paintings

Guest Artist: Tsukasa Ono: Paintings – July 29 – August 16, 2008

A long established and honored painter in his native Japan, Tsukasa Ono will have his first American solo show at the Blue Mountain Gallery in Chelsea July 29th through August 16th, 2008.

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Guest Artist: Debra Drexler: Pool of Reflection

Guest Artist: Debra Drexler: Pool of Reflection – July 8 – 26, 2008

“Pool of Reflection” is a solo exhibition of Debra Drexler’s new paintings. Drexler is interested in “seeing the potential for light to break through and transform the darkness. It is only through understanding our shadow, that we see how it models and reflects the light in us.”

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MFA 2008: Western Connecticut State University

MFA 2008: Western Connecticut State University – June  17 – July 5, 2008

Janet Sawyer: Cosmic View

 Janet Sawyer: Cosmic View – May 20  – June 14, 2008

Janet Sawyer’s new works explore astronomical phenomena, and their travels, orbits, seasonal changes and movements through space and time, both observed and imagined. She has previously exhibited at Blue Mountain and in Paris, France; Delray, Florida; Bridgehampton, New York; and other venues. Her work has been reviewed in The New York Times, Art in America, Art News, and other publications.

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Owen Gray: Recent Paintings

Owen Gray: Recent Paintings  – April 22 – May 17, 2008

Owen Gray’s new paintings present an intimate world, teaming with nature that is trying to survive.  The cross section of wildlife includes monkeys, birds, reptiles, and insects aggressively guarding their territory in a tropical world. Some paintings are dominated by mussels that blacken the water which is interwoven with snakes, frogs, and insects. Other paintings include dug out boats colliding into each other along with symbols and creatures that have a prickly presence in a haphazard way. Gray’s interests in water and nature with its foliage and animals find expression in compositions that swirl with light and color to create his fantasy world. Elements from Peter Brueghel, Hieronymus Bosch and 17th century Dutch still life painting have been part of Gray’s subject matter. Many other passages, evoking a sense of danger or playfulness, have been from his dreams of swimming along side the aquatic creatures.

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