Spring Forward

With spring underway, the notion getting out and walking in the city again  is back in everyone’s mind. The Whitney Biennial is underway and is a must-see. While you’re there, be sure to check out Peter Schuyff. Here’s a work of his from 1983 (price upon request).


Schuyff Untitled 1983

Peter Schuyff, Untitled, oil on canvas, 1983


In the next few months we plan to open our  new Midtown office, which will be by appointment only and a will be a  great way to see some of the artists and projects we redeveloping, as well as discover some truly great works of modern and contemporary art. Following the preview of the new work at the Metro Show, he painters Thom Merrick and Kathryn Lynch are committed to looking at and working with nature. Here is Lynch’s Big Yellow Flower, ($22,000.00) and a pair of smaller works by Merrick, The Governess and The Couple both from 2014 are $4,000 each.



Kathryn Lynch, Big Yellow Flower, oil on canvas, 84 x 72″, 2013



Thom Merrick, The Governess, oil on canvas, 20 x 24″, 2014


The couple

Thom Merrick, The Couple, oil on canvas, 20 x 24″, 2014


Equally compelling is this new casting from Jane Rosen’s 2007 installation of Hooves, one of which is seen here in her California studio. Hoofhaving been transformed into a tall, elegant, slender bronze casting with a fine patina ($40,000). White Kite (2013) is a very recent limited edition print priced at $5,000.00. It is another work that explores the artist’s on-going fascination with birds and wildlife.


Rosen, Bronze Hoof, 2014 unique

Jane Rosen, Hoof, unique bronze, 2014


 White  Kite

Jane Rosen, White Kite, hand painting on archival print on German etching paper, ed. 20, 16 x 28, 2013



Stuart Arends, PDF 21A, wax, 4.75 x 3.75 x 3.75″, 2010


Carnwath  Details 2004  30 x 30 inches

Squeak Carnwath, Details, oil on canvas, 30 x 30″, 2004


Zurier ,French # 3 2003

John Zurier, French #3, oil on linen, 23 x 17″, 2003


In other news, be sure to see Alice Aycock’s installation, Park Avenue Paper Chase, now on view along Park Avenue; it’s something everyone should see. Here is the recent article from the New York Times.