Blue Mountain Gallery

Blue Mountain Gallery The gallery is incorporated as a non-profit organization of representational and non-representationa

Blue Mountain Gallery, founded in 1980, is located in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea art district. 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 has grown to include bo

th representational and abstract painters. To accomplish this, the members regularly view the slides of artists for inclusion in the gallery, exhibit their work and invite the public to openings of the shows and educational talks. The gallery has held public poetry readings by such notable poets as the late Kenneth Koch, collaborations between poets and painters with the poets reading their work, talks by the late film maker and member, Rudy Burckhardt, and occasional dance recitals. In the last few years it has held an annual juried exhibition as well as an annual small works invitational to encourage larger community involvement for new and emerging artists and has shown artists from Germany and Finland and participated in an exchange show with the Galerie Mani in Berlin. 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. The Gallery’s longevity in the ever-changing and chaotic world of New York galleries is witness to its value and to the loyal dedication of its members.

Last Days! Carol Heft : Discord and MercyMarch 26 - April 20, 2024​Artist present on SaturdaysThe Blue Mountain Gallery ...
04/16/2024

Last Days! Carol Heft : Discord and Mercy
March 26 - April 20, 2024

Artist present on Saturdays

The Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of drawings and paintings by
Carol Heft entitled Discord and Mercy.

The compelling theme of this exhibition is human suffering and resilience; it reflects the ongoing crisis of violence, fear, and ultimately, courage as part of the human condition. There is no specific political agenda reflected in this body of work; the universal themes resonate in our troubled times, as they have throughout history. Interwoven in this theme is the promise of hope, born of empathy through common experience.

Carol Heft is a New York based artist who studied with American master Robert Brackman, became skilled at printmaking and drawing in her youth. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design before moving to New York in the late 1970s. Her eclectic range of mastery includes animated drawings, painting, collage, and both traditional and nontraditional materials and subjects.

carolheft.com

Coming soon to Blue Mountain!Janet Sawyer: Lost Trees - Alive on Gallery Walls April 23 - May 18, 2024Reception Saturday...
04/15/2024

Coming soon to Blue Mountain!
Janet Sawyer: Lost Trees - Alive on Gallery Walls
April 23 - May 18, 2024
Reception Saturday April 27, 3-6 pm

Blue Mountain Gallery presents Janet Sawyer’s exhibition entitled Lost Trees, paintings done from 2000 to 2023. The artworks were painted in addition to the work she exhibited during that time span. They often reflect personal encounters with much loved trees, recalling Jonathan Goodman’s Art in America review which noted her ability to convey “the joy that comes from intense involvement with one’s surroundings.” Realizing that these trees no longer exist (due to mudslides, pine beetles or new property owners) and that the works had not been shown previously, she has decided to present them this spring, as trees revive.

There are eight acrylic on canvas paintings, including a 48“ x 144“ triptych and 48 x 90“ diptych as well as 18 gouache or acrylic works on paper.

Janet Sawyer has exhibited continually since 1972. Her work is in collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Reviews include the New York Times, Art in America, Art News, Ms magazine and Where, New York..

Janet Sawyer, Garden in Sunlight and Shadow, gouache on paper, 2001, 8x8 inches

04/06/2024
Carol Heft : Discord and MercyMarch 26 - April 20, 2024​Artist present on SaturdaysSome installation views.More at:www.c...
04/05/2024

Carol Heft : Discord and Mercy
March 26 - April 20, 2024

Artist present on Saturdays

Some installation views.

More at:
www.carolheft.com

Carol Heft : Discord and MercyMarch 26 - April 20, 2024​Artist present on SaturdaysThe Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased ...
04/02/2024

Carol Heft : Discord and Mercy
March 26 - April 20, 2024

Artist present on Saturdays

The Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of drawings and paintings by
Carol Heft entitled Discord and Mercy.

The compelling theme of this exhibition is human suffering and resilience; it reflects the ongoing crisis of violence, fear, and ultimately, courage as part of the human condition. There is no specific political agenda reflected in this body of work; the universal themes resonate in our troubled times, as they have throughout history. Interwoven in this theme is the promise of hope, born of empathy through common experience.

Carol Heft is a New York based artist who studied with American master Robert Brackman, became skilled at printmaking and drawing in her youth. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design before moving to New York in the late 1970s. Her eclectic range of mastery includes animated drawings, painting, collage, and both traditional and nontraditional materials and subjects.
www.carolheft.com

The Pull II, digital and colored pencil, 9x12, 2024

Opening this Tuesday, March 26th, Carol Heft : Discord and MercyMarch 26 - April 20, 2024Reception: Sat. March 30, 2 - 5...
03/24/2024

Opening this Tuesday, March 26th, Carol Heft : Discord and Mercy
March 26 - April 20, 2024
Reception: Sat. March 30, 2 - 5, with Gallery Talk at 3pm

Artist present on Saturdays

The Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of drawings and paintings by
Carol Heft entitled Discord and Mercy.

The compelling theme of this exhibition is human suffering and resilience; it reflects the ongoing crisis of violence, fear, and ultimately, courage as part of the human condition. There is no specific political agenda reflected in this body of work; the universal themes resonate in our troubled times, as they have throughout history. Interwoven in this theme is the promise of hope, born of empathy through common experience.

Carol Heft is a New York based artist who studied with American master Robert Brackman, became skilled at printmaking and drawing in her youth. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design before moving to New York in the late 1970s. Her eclectic range of mastery includes animated drawings, painting, collage, and both traditional and nontraditional materials and subjects.

www.carolheft.com

Last days for Helene Manzo, now and again. Check out the video from her opening!
03/21/2024

Last days for Helene Manzo, now and again. Check out the video from her opening!

- now and againFebruary 27- March 23, 2024http://bluemountaingallery.org547 West 27th Street Suite 200 New York, NY 10001Open: Tue - Sat 11 - 6:00 pmPhone:...

Last Week! Helene Manzo: now and again February 27- March 23, 2024 Artist present on Saturdays throughout exhibitionMy p...
03/19/2024

Last Week! Helene Manzo: now and again
February 27- March 23, 2024

Artist present on Saturdays throughout exhibition

My paintings and prints begin with observation of the natural world. Mountains, water and skies have been continuous sources of inspiration. All are powerful life forces, ever changing, yet constant. They serve as a point of departure for my exploration of form and the movement color and light. The visible material world is transformed, evoking an emotional reaction to light, color and space.

Monotypes are a unique one-of-a-kind print. The process begins with a smooth plexiglass surface and continues with etching ink that is applied by rollers and other implements to create an image. The image is transferred to acid-free paper by one pass through an etching press. Hence the name “monotype,” as only a single print can be made, an edition of one unique print.

As a painter/printmaker, the qualities of these prints inform my work, blurring the line between painting and printmaking. The pressure of the press facilitates the transfer of the image and also adds to the energy and spontaneity with the uncontrolled movement of the inks. I agree with Roberta Smith, a New York Times art critic, who refers to Monotypes as “the most seductive of all print mediums.”

Coming soon to Blue Mountain, Carol Heft : Discord and MercyMarch 26 - April 20, 2024Reception: Sat. March 30, 2 - 5, wi...
03/15/2024

Coming soon to Blue Mountain, Carol Heft : Discord and Mercy
March 26 - April 20, 2024
Reception: Sat. March 30, 2 - 5, with Gallery Talk at 3pm

Artist present on Saturdays

The Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of drawings and paintings by
Carol Heft entitled Discord and Mercy.

The compelling theme of this exhibition is human suffering and resilience; it reflects the ongoing crisis of violence, fear, and ultimately, courage as part of the human condition. There is no specific political agenda reflected in this body of work; the universal themes resonate in our troubled times, as they have throughout history. Interwoven in this theme is the promise of hope, born of empathy through common experience.

Carol Heft is a New York based artist who studied with American master Robert Brackman, became skilled at printmaking and drawing in her youth. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design before moving to New York in the late 1970s. Her eclectic range of mastery includes animated drawings, painting, collage, and both traditional and nontraditional materials and subjects.

carolheft.com

Bureaucracy 29, acrylic on canvas, 36x24, 2023

Helene Manzo: now and again February 27- March 23, 2024Artist present on Saturdays throughout exhibitionHELENE MANZO    ...
03/09/2024

Helene Manzo: now and again
February 27- March 23, 2024
Artist present on Saturdays throughout exhibition

HELENE MANZO Artist Statement

My paintings and prints begin with observation of the natural world. Mountains, water and skies have been continuous sources of inspiration. All are powerful life forces, ever changing, yet constant. They serve as a point of departure for my exploration of form and the movement color and light. The visible material world is transformed, evoking an emotional reaction to light, color and space.

Monotypes are a unique one-of-a-kind print. The process begins with a smooth plexiglass surface and continues with etching ink that is applied by rollers and other implements to create an image. The image is transferred to acid-free paper by one pass through an etching press. Hence the name “monotype,” as only a single print can be made, an edition of one unique print.

As a painter/printmaker, the qualities of these prints inform my work, blurring the line between painting and printmaking. The pressure of the press facilitates the transfer of the image and also adds to the energy and spontaneity with the uncontrolled movement of the inks. I agree with Roberta Smith, a New York Times art critic, who refers to Monotypes as “the most seductive of all print mediums.”

Work has been included in the following exhibitions and venues:

Boston Printmakers Print Biennial awarded a Juror’s Prize by the juror, Jim Dine, artist
Third National Juried Monotype/Monoprint Exhibition, juror Mark Pascale, curator
Department of Prints and Drawings, Art Institute of Chicago, awarded a Juror’s Prize
National Juried Print Show “Ink Press and Repeat,” William Patterson University, Wayne, NJ
The Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT
Parkside National Print Show, University of Wisconsin, Kenosha, Wisconsin
Blue Hill Art & Cultural Center, Pearl River, NY

Helene Manzo: now and again February 27- March 23, 2024Artist present on Saturdays throughout exhibitionMonotype worksho...
03/04/2024

Helene Manzo: now and again
February 27- March 23, 2024
Artist present on Saturdays throughout exhibition

Monotype workshop with the artist, Saturday March 16 is full.

Opening tomorrow at Blue Mountain!Helene Manzo: now and again February 27- March 23, 2024Reception: Saturday March 2, 3-...
02/26/2024

Opening tomorrow at Blue Mountain!
Helene Manzo: now and again
February 27- March 23, 2024
Reception: Saturday March 2, 3-5 pm
Artist present on Saturdays throughout exhibition
Free Monotype workshop with the artist, Saturday March 16 at 2pm. Visitors are invited to create and print a small monotype (all materials provided). Space is limited, please contact the gallery if you are interested.

Purple House in Johnson Vermont, oil on canvas, 2020
Helene Manzo Backyard Water series early Morning Light 30x18 oil on canvas 2023

LAST DAYS! NANCY SANDLER BASSMementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life January 30-February 24, 2024​Closing recepti...
02/23/2024

LAST DAYS! NANCY SANDLER BASS
Mementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life

January 30-February 24, 2024

Closing reception: Saturday, February 24 3-6 pm

The Artist will be at the gallery this Saturday

Mementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still LifeJanuary 30 - February 24, 2024Video Link: https://youtu.be/IdbExQWPe-A547 West 27th Street Suite 200 New York,...

Coming Soon to Blue Mountain!Helene Manzo: now and again February 27- March 23, 2024Reception: Saturday March 2, 3-5 pmA...
02/21/2024

Coming Soon to Blue Mountain!
Helene Manzo: now and again
February 27- March 23, 2024
Reception: Saturday March 2, 3-5 pm
Artist present on Saturdays throughout exhibition

Free Monotype workshop with the artist, Saturday March 16 at 2pm. Visitors are invited to create and print a small monotype (all materials provided). Space is limited, please contact the gallery if you are interested.

Helene Manzo Backyard Water series early Morning Light 30x18 oil on canvas 2023

NANCY SANDLER BASSMementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life January 30-February 24, 2024Artist interview with Mary ...
02/09/2024

NANCY SANDLER BASS
Mementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life

January 30-February 24, 2024
Artist interview with Mary Morris (author):
Thursday, February 22: 6-7 pm

Closing reception: Saturday, February 24 3-6 pm

Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to present “Mementos” an exhibition of paintings by Nancy Sandler Bass. This show represents Nancy Sandler Bass’ recent paintings which are a culmination of her years working with fabrics and various materials as a designer and her development as a painter.

Growing up surrounded by the beaches and farmland of Eastern Long Island the images of those places have remained with her throughout her life and have become an integral part of the perspectives and themes that she embodies in her art. Spending much of her time painting en plein-air, she was drawn to the immediacy, the urgency of catching the light, the colors, and the sense of place.

Nancy was painting by age twelve, exhibiting in group shows in her early teens and a solo show in her early twenties. But from an early age, she was also drawn to fabric, and patterns. “I have always loved fabric, the different colors, textures, and character, and the potential within those materials for expressing myself.” Her love of fabric led her to a career in designing prints and accessories. Her career in design deepened her appreciation and understanding of the materials she now uses in her painting. Her latest approach to all subject matter encompasses the same immediacy she applies to her en plein-air paintings, combining her love and understanding of texture, to capture the essence of a moment. The mixture of materials, layering, and collaged segments create a rich surface texture with an echo that brings depth and narrative history to the final painting. Whether it is portraiture, still life, or landscapes, in the studio or en plein air, Nancy captures the essence of her subject.

These paintings are intimate observations that include both sensory memory and realistic observation. In the words of Bob Dylan, “The purpose of art is to stop time.”
“My goal is not just to stop time but to hold on to it” NSB

Nancy Sandler Bass studied painting at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, the Art Students’ League of NY, and the Brooklyn Museum School, with a recent artist residency at Associazione Culturale Il Palmerino in Florence, Italy. Her work has been featured in juried shows including exhibits at the Salmagundi Club, the Art Students’ League of NY, the Montauk Artist Association and the Lichtundfire Gallery.

https://nancysandlerbass.com/

The Artist will be at the gallery all Saturdays
during the exhibition and Thursday 2/1

Road to Fissile, oil on canvas, collage, 18x18, 2023
Lynn's Flowers, oil on canvas, collage, 20x20, 2023
Still Life with Lemons, oil on canvas, collage, 18x24
Bluffs at Sunset, oil on canvas, collage, 9x12, 2023

Great opening for Nancy Sandler Bass this past Saturday! See below for upcoming events.NANCY SANDLER BASSMementos: Lands...
02/05/2024

Great opening for Nancy Sandler Bass this past Saturday! See below for upcoming events.

NANCY SANDLER BASS
Mementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life

January 30-February 24, 2024
Artist interview with Mary Morris (author):
Thursday, February 22: 6-7 pm

Closing reception: Saturday, February 24 3-6 pm

The Artist will be at the gallery all Saturdays
during the exhibition and Thursday 2/1

nancysandlerbass.com

Opening Today! NANCY SANDLER BASSMementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life January 30-February 24, 2024Reception: S...
01/30/2024

Opening Today! NANCY SANDLER BASS
Mementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life

January 30-February 24, 2024
Reception: Saturday, February 3: 3-6 pm
Artist interview with Mary Morris (author):
Thursday, February 22: 6-7 pm

Closing reception: Saturday, February 24 3-6 pm

The Artist will be at the gallery all Saturdays
during the exhibition and Thursday 2/1

Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to present “Mementos” an exhibition of paintings by Nancy Sandler Bass. This show represents Nancy Sandler Bass’ recent paintings which are a culmination of her years working with fabrics and various materials as a designer and her development as a painter.

Growing up surrounded by the beaches and farmland of Eastern Long Island the images of those places have remained with her throughout her life and have become an integral part of the perspectives and themes that she embodies in her art. Spending much of her time painting en plein-air, she was drawn to the immediacy, the urgency of catching the light, the colors, and the sense of place.

Nancy was painting by age twelve, exhibiting in group shows in her early teens and a solo show in her early twenties. But from an early age, she was also drawn to fabric, and patterns. “I have always loved fabric, the different colors, textures, and character, and the potential within those materials for expressing myself.” Her love of fabric led her to a career in designing prints and accessories. Her career in design deepened her appreciation and understanding of the materials she now uses in her painting. Her latest approach to all subject matter encompasses the same immediacy she applies to her en plein-air paintings, combining her love and understanding of texture, to capture the essence of a moment. The mixture of materials, layering, and collaged segments create a rich surface texture with an echo that brings depth and narrative history to the final painting. Whether it is portraiture, still life, or landscapes, in the studio or en plein air, Nancy captures the essence of her subject.

These paintings are intimate observations that include both sensory memory and realistic observation. In the words of Bob Dylan, “The purpose of art is to stop time.”
“My goal is not just to stop time but to hold on to it” NSB

Nancy Sandler Bass studied painting at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, the Art Students’ League of NY, and the Brooklyn Museum School, with a recent artist residency at Associazione Culturale Il Palmerino in Florence, Italy. Her work has been featured in juried shows including exhibits at the Salmagundi Club, the Art Students’ League of NY, the Montauk Artist Association and the Lichtundfire Gallery.

https://nancysandlerbass.com/

Opening this Tuesday at Blue Mountain, Nancy Sandler Bass: Mementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life.January 30 - F...
01/18/2024

Opening this Tuesday at Blue Mountain, Nancy Sandler Bass: Mementos: Landscapes, Portraits and Still Life.
January 30 - February 24, 2024
Reception: Saturday, February 3, 3-6pm
Artist interview with Mary Morris(author)Thur, Feb 22,, 6-7pm
Closing Reception: Sat. Feb 24, 3-6pm

Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to present “Mementos” an exhibition of paintings by Nancy Sandler Bass. This show represents Nancy Sandler Bass’ recent paintings which are a culmination of her years working with fabrics and various materials as a designer and her development as a painter.

Growing up surrounded by the beaches and farmland of Eastern Long Island the images of those places have remained with her throughout her life and have become an integral part of the perspectives and themes that she embodies in her art. Spending much of her time painting en plein-air, she was drawn to the immediacy, the urgency of catching the light, the colors, and the sense of place.

Nancy was painting by age twelve, exhibiting in group shows in her early teens and a solo show in her early twenties. But from an early age, she was also drawn to fabric, and patterns. “I have always loved fabric, the different colors, textures, and character, and the potential within those materials for expressing myself.” Her love of fabric led her to a career in designing prints and accessories. Her career in design deepened her appreciation and understanding of the materials she now uses in her painting. Her latest approach to all subject matter encompasses the same immediacy she applies to her en plein-air paintings, combining her love and understanding of texture, to capture the essence of a moment. The mixture of materials, layering, and collaged segments create a rich surface texture with an echo that brings depth and narrative history to the final painting. Whether it is portraiture, still life, or landscapes, in the studio or en plein air, Nancy captures the essence of her subject.

These paintings are intimate observations that include both sensory memory and realistic observation. In the words of Bob Dylan, “The purpose of art is to stop time.”
“My goal is not just to stop time but to hold on to it” NSB

Nancy Sandler Bass studied painting at the School of Visual Arts in NYC, the Art Students’ League of NY, and the Brooklyn Museum School, with a recent artist residency at Associazione Culturale Il Palmerino in Florence, Italy. Her work has been featured in juried shows including exhibits at the Salmagundi Club, the Art Students’ League of NY, the Montauk Artist Association and the Lichtundfire Gallery.

Muse, oil, canvas fabric collage, 14x18, 2023

nancysandlerbass.com

2024 WINTER JURIED EXHIBITIONDon Kimes, JurorJanuary 2 - 27, 2024Participating Artists:Nancy Breakstone,  Amy Brnger, Ma...
01/13/2024

2024 WINTER JURIED EXHIBITION
Don Kimes, Juror
January 2 - 27, 2024
Participating Artists:
Nancy Breakstone, Amy Brnger, Matt Chinian, Michele Colburn, Rosemary Cotnoir, Derick Fiedler, Marie B Gauthiez, Genie Ghim, David Gootnick, Yolande Heijnen, Brenda White Henriquez, Yael Herzog, Peter Joslin, Rebecca Kallem, Erin Karp, Sam Kelly, Tamara Krendel, Brian Kreydatus, David LaPalombara, Tai Lipan, Abbe Lubell, Ellen Starr Lyon, Eileen Mooney, Douglas Newton, Tamara Novikova, Denise M Oehl, David Orban, Susu Pianchupattana, Betsy Podlach, Emily Settles, Toni Silber-Delerive, Phyllis Trowbridge, Watie White, Jenny Wu, Jessica Ziegler and Ryan Zogheb.

Phyllis Trowbridge, Fall Flowers with Mirror, 2023
Emily Settles, KETO, 2023
Matt Chinian, #1918 Glens Falls Produce, 2022
Toni Silber-Delerive, Wall Street Rooftops, 2023

Now at Blue Mountain, 2024 Winter Juried Exhibition, Don Kimes juror, through January 27th, 2024Participating Artists: N...
01/09/2024

Now at Blue Mountain, 2024 Winter Juried Exhibition, Don Kimes juror, through January 27th, 2024

Participating Artists: Nancy Breakstone, Amy Brnger, Matt Chinian, Michele Colburn, Rosemary Cotnoir, Derick Fiedler, Marie B Gauthiez, Genie Ghim, David Gootnick, Yolande Heijnen, Brenda White Henriquez, Yael Herzog, Peter Joslin, Rebecca Kallem, Erin Karp, Sam Kelly, Tamara Krendel, Brian Kreydatus, David LaPalombara, Tai Lipan, Abbe Lubell, Ellen Starr Lyon, Eileen Mooney, Douglas Newton, Tamara Novikova, Denise M Oehl, David Orban, Susu Pianchupattana, Betsy Podlach, Emily Settles, Toni Silber-Delerive, Phyllis Trowbridge, Watie White, Jenny Wu, Jessica Ziegler and Ryan Zogheb.

Catalog available at:
bluemountaingallery.org

We had a great opening reception last night for the 2024 Winter Juried Exhibition, Don Kimes juror.Now at Blue Mountain ...
01/05/2024

We had a great opening reception last night for the 2024 Winter Juried Exhibition, Don Kimes juror.
Now at Blue Mountain through January 27th, 2024

Participating artists:
Nancy Breakstone, Amy Brnger, Matt Chinian, Michele Colburn, Rosemary Cotnoir, Derick Fiedler, Marie B Gauthiez, Genie Ghim, David Gootnick, Yolande Heijnen, Brenda White Henriquez, Yael Herzog, Peter Joslin, Rebecca Kallem, Erin Karp, Sam Kelly, Tamara Krendel, Brian Kreydatus, David LaPalombara, Tai Lipan, Abbe Lubell, Ellen Starr Lyon, Eileen Mooney, Douglas Newton, Tamara Novikova, Denise M Oehl, David Orban, Susu Pianchupattana, Betsy Podlach, Emily Settles, Toni Silber-Delerive, Phyllis Trowbridge, Watie White, Jenny Wu, Jessica Ziegler and Ryan Zogheb.

Kimes

The 2024 Winter Juried Exhibition opens today at Blue Mountain. Juried by Don Kimes, the exhibition runs through January...
01/02/2024

The 2024 Winter Juried Exhibition opens today at Blue Mountain. Juried by Don Kimes, the exhibition runs through January 27.

Reception: Thursday, January 4, 5-8pm

Participating Artists:
Nancy Breakstone, Amy Brnger, Matt Chinian, Michele Colburn, Rosemary Cotnoir, Derick Fiedler, Marie B Gauthiez, Genie Ghim, David Gootnick, Yolande Heijnen, Brenda White Henriquez, Yael Herzog, Peter Joslin, Rebecca Kallem, Erin Karp, Sam Kelly, Tamara Krendel, Brian Kreydatus, David LaPalombara, Tai Lipan, Abbe Lubell, Ellen Starr Lyon, Eileen Mooney, Douglas Newton, Tamara Novikova, Denise M Oehl, David Orban, Susu Pianchupattana, Betsy Podlach, Emily Settles, Toni Silber-Delerive, Phyllis Trowbridge, Watie White, Jenny Wu, Jessica Ziegler and Ryan Zogheb.

DON KIMES, Juror
Represented by Denise Bibro Fine Art (NYC), Don Kimes is Founding Artistic Director of the ACI artists residency in Umbria (Italy), Board Chair/Contributing Editor for Art Lantern/New Art Examiner UK, and senior Professor of Art at American University in Washington DC. Additionally, for 33 years he built and led the Chautauqua School of Art, establishing it as one of the nation’s leading summer art programs. Prior to that he taught for eleven years at the New York Studio School, serving as Program Director there for six years.
His work has been presented in over 150 exhibitions internationally, including Denise Bibro, Jim Kempner, Claudia Carr, and many others in New York City; the Global Art Fair (Singapore); Rueda Museum (Madrid), Biennale Internazionale (Florence, Italy), Rocca Paolina (Perugia), ExMoenia (Todi), America Haus (Munich), Casa di Cultura (Villahermosa, Mexico), Baltimore Museum of Art, Burchfield Penney Museum (Buffalo), Katzen Museum (D.C.) and dozens of others internationally. He has received awards and residencies at the American Academy in Rome; SACI in Florence; Mellon Foundation awards to live and work on the island of Kauai, and to spend a year painting near Todi, Italy; a Department of the Interior residency at Yellowstone; Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (Mexico); Eisenhower Foundation (Soviet Union); the Assensore di Cultura (Corciano, Italy), and the Accademia di Belli Arte (Perugia, Italy).

Blue Mountain Gallery will reopen on January 2nd with the 2024 WINTER JURIED EXHIBITION which will present the work of 3...
12/25/2023

Blue Mountain Gallery will reopen on January 2nd with the 2024 WINTER JURIED EXHIBITION which will present the work of 36 artists selected by Don Kimes. The artists, drawn from three hundred applicants from across the country, work in a wide range of media, including oil, acrylic, pastel, gouache, photography and mixed media. The exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue and will remain on view through January 27, 2024.

EXHIBITING ARTISTS
Nancy Breakstone, Amy Brnger, Matt Chinian, Michele Colburn, Rosemary Cotnoir, Derick Fiedler, Marie B Gauthiez, Genie Ghim, David Gootnick, Yolande Heijnen, Brenda White Henriquez, Yael Herzog, Peter Joslin, Rebecca Kallem, Erin Karp, Sam Kelly, Tamara Krendel, Brian Kreydatus, David LaPalombara, Tai Lipan, Abbe Lubell, Ellen Starr Lyon, Eileen Mooney, Douglas Newton, Tamara Novikova, Denise M Oehl, David Orban, Susu Pianchupattana, Betsy Podlach, Emily Settles, Toni Silber-Delerive, Phyllis Trowbridge, Watie White, Jenny Wu, Jessica Ziegler and Ryan Zogheb.

LAST DAY for Marykate O'Neil: like, comment, share, Saturday, December 23.Blue Mountain will reopen on January 2nd with ...
12/23/2023

LAST DAY for Marykate O'Neil: like, comment, share, Saturday, December 23.

Blue Mountain will reopen on January 2nd with
2024 WINTER JURIED EXHIBITION
Don Kimes, Juror

January 2 - 27, 2024
Opening: Thursday, January 4, 5 – 8 pm

More info at:
bluemountaingallery.org

Marykate O'Neil, build your own hut, acrylic on canvas,32"x40", 2021

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