Press Release: Joan Thorne: Visionary Color and Light

Joan Thorne, _Aba_, 1982, Oil on canvas, 53_ x 53_

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Joan Thorne: Visionary Color and Light

July 11  to July 31, 2019

Artist Reception: Saturday, July 13, from 5 to 7 pm

 

Quogue Gallery’s second solo exhibition of the summer  features nine paintings from the 1980s by Joan Thorne. The exhibition will be on view from July 11 to July 31,
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Press Release: Quogue Gallery Exhibiting at Market Art + Design

Joan Thorne _Dio_, 1988 65x65, Oil on canvas

Quogue Gallery Exhibiting at Market Art + Design
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Quogue, NY – July 1, 2019. Quogue Gallery will be returning to this year’s Market Art and Design art fair, running from Friday, July 5 to Sunday  through July 7  at 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, New York.  The gallery will be featuring the work of  Sally King Benedict, Harry Bertschmann, Bob Paul Kane,  Joan Thorne, and Susan Vecsey.
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Press Release: Bob Paul Kane: A Dance with Color

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Bob Paul Kane: A Dance with Color

June 22  to July 10, 2019

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 22, from 5 to 7 pm

The Quogue Gallery will be opening its summer exhibition schedule with Bob Paul Kane, “A Dance with Color”.   The show will highlight the late artist’s works on canvas and paper dating from the 1960s to the 2000s.
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Press Release: Art on Paper 2019

Sally King Benedict, Swoop Face, Ink on Paper 67.5_ x 48_

Quogue Gallery Returns to Art on Paper

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Quogue, NY – February 20, 2019. Quogue Gallery will be returning to this year’s Art on Paper fair, running from Thursday, March 7 to through March 10 at Pier 36 located at 299 South Street in lower Manhattan.  The gallery will be featuring the figurative and abstract expressionist work of  Sally King Benedict, Harry Bertschmann,
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Press Release: Art Palm Beach

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Quogue Gallery Returns to Art Palm Beach

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Quogue, NY – January 3, 2019. Quogue Gallery returns to this year’s Art Palm Beach, running from Wednesday, January 16 to Sunday, January 20, at the Palm Beach County Convention Center located at 650 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach, Florida. The Gallery is participating in a curatorial selected exhibition (KABINETT) and will feature the work of two historically important female artists,
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Press Release: Quogue Gallery Expanding its Presence to New York City

Harry Bertschmann New York City

First Exhibition features the work of Melinda Zox and Harry Bertschmann

Quogue Gallery is pleased to announce that it is taking space at J. Numan Custom Framing located at 109 West 10th Street in lower Manhattan. The new space will allow the gallery to provide year-round service to its growing New York City client base. The gallery will put on a series of exhibitions over the course of the year featuring its roster of artists.
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Press Release: Quogue in Common | Press Release

Beach Chairs, 2018, Oil on Canvas, 24_ x 24_ (1)

 

Ellen Ball, Margot Carr, Holland Cunningham, and Veronique Louis: Quogue in Common

November 21 – December 31, 2018

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 24, from 5 to 7 pm

 

The Quogue Gallery is pleased to present the work of four Quogue artists for its final exhibition of the 2018 season. The artists are painters Ellen Ball, Margot Carr, Holland Cunningham, and photographer Veronique Louis.
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Press Release: Raymond Hendler | Press Release

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Raymond Hendler: Time of the Metaphor

August 25 to September 30, 2018

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 25, from 5 to 7 pm

Raymond Hendler will be the next exhibition at the Quogue Gallery, highlighting the late artist’s works on canvas and paper dating from the 1950s to the 1990s. The exhibition will be on view from August 25 to September 30,
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Art Review: Long Island Pulse | Melinda Zox

Melinda Zox

Melinda Zox cut her baby teeth on abstract art. The daughter of two artists—Larry Zox, a seminal force in geometric abstractions and the color field movement of the 1960s, and Jean Glover Zox—she grew up in the heart of the bustling, buzzing downtown New York art scene. Now, years later, she’s found a deeper serenity in both location and practice.

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Not every child wants or chooses to follow in their parents’ footsteps,
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Art Review: Fay Lansner Weaves Beauty from Charm of Color and Confident Line

Fay Lansner Sea, Earth & Sky, Oil on canvas, 76_ x 100_

Long live the tradition of the figure in abstract painting! For a classic example, consider the seamless way that Fay Lansner integrates the academic ethic of the life class with the sensuality of Abstract Expressionism. In “Fay Lansner: Figure and Form”—the intelligent and sensuous exhibition on view until August 23, 2018 at the Quogue Gallery—the artist reconciles what are conventionally held to be disparate aesthetics with the charm of appealing color and the authority of confident line.
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