The current show, up through November 2nd, at Brick Oven on 35th Street features the works of Suzanne Koett and Emily Sharp. Emily's paintings depict landscapes and waterscapes in their immensity but with a feeling of intimate connection to the natural phenomena of light, atmosphere, and physical substance. Suzanne's photomontages depict journeys of the psyche navigating the world through images inspired by the tracks of an album by John Frusciante.
Come see the artwork and visit the artist at the reception, hosted by the restaurant, scheduled for September 15th, 3 - 6 PM. Happy drink and food specials: $4 wine, $3 beer and 50% off appetizers!
Giving the rooms at Brick Oven on 35th Street a different look, works by B. Shawn Cox and Laura Caffrey went up in the restaurant's dining rooms this morning. Laura's assemblages combine found objects to create works that have a feeling of strange schematic illustrations and from Shawn's diverse, serial works, groupings of Edison lightbulb and bow tie paintings punctuate the Brick Oven's colorful walls. The show runs through April 27th.
The current show at Brick Oven Restaurant on 35th Street pairs the paintings of Alicia Philly and photographs of Carol Serur. Alicia's paintings poetically interpret the natural world into abstract, vibrant color fields and lines. Carol's photos present the frenetic vivacity of dog shows and placid scenes from European travels.
This morning I hung the new show of works by Sylvia Troconis and Cathy Savage at the Brick Oven on 35th Street. I'm calling this one, "The Science Show," since both their works feature scientific themes: Sylvia's sculptural pieces evolved as representations of the light spectra of periodic elements, a number of Cathy's works present notable scientists and natural phenomena.
Though April 28th, Shakti's artwork will be on view at Brick Oven on 35th Street. The show features a range of her works including vibrant landscapes (and the Broke Spoke), subdued landscapes, brilliant butterflies, and a few figurative pieces as well.
The current exhibition I've curated at the Brick Oven on 35th features the vibrant artwork of Darry Freeman. The work includes a pleasing range of subjects - figures, landscapes, still lives - painted in brilliant colors (except for the lady in the black bikini) with expressive brush strokes.
Charles and Ray Eames both say these would look great on the walls your sweet pad