BMG at FDU: Points of View II

Blue Mountain Gallery at Fairleigh Dickinson University: Points of View

November 26  –  December 20, 2012

Several close up  images can be seen on line  Click Here

While any work of art is an artist’s point of view, the works in this exhibition focus on that quality.  The pieces include interpretations of microscopic forms, expressive manipulations of unusual angles of vision, playful placements of figures whose points of view contrast with that of the artist and more abstract presentations of a visual experience.  Reflecting the broad range of artistic approaches, the literal positions taken include a range from precarious to stable, and the kind of details varies from carefully detailed to highly abstracted and expressive.  The exhibition includes prints, drawings, mixed media and paintings.

The original mission of the Blue Mountain Gallery was to show the work of strong representational painters and to stimulate the representational tradition of painting which was almost totally absent from New York’s commercial galleries in 1980. Over the years the mission of the cooperative gallery has grown to include both representational and abstract painters. Over the last 30 years, Blue Mountain Gallery has provided artists a gathering place of ideas where painters can communicate visually and verbally and find the support and inspiration of their peers as well as the art public. The Gallery’s longevity in the ever-changing and chaotic world of New York galleries is witness to its value.

Fairleigh Dickinson University
Room 11 University Hall
1000 River Road, Teaneck, NJ     07665

Gallery hours:   9:30 – 4:30 Monday – Friday
Art Department      201-692-2801

Artwork by the members of Blue Mountain Gallery can be seen at
A parallel show of related larger works by Blue Mountain Gallery artists, Points of View, is on exhibit  December  1-22 at  Blue Mountain Gallery,  530, W. 25th Street, New York City