Carter Burden Gallery

Carter Burden Gallery Giving a wall and voice to NYC's re-emerging artists. A program of the Carter Burden Network (CBN).

For our Small Works Exhibition, we aimed to gain further insight into the human experience, shown through the eyes of ou...
12/20/2023

For our Small Works Exhibition, we aimed to gain further insight into the human experience, shown through the eyes of our artists’ work. Our artists (of pieces seen above) Susan Sinek, Quimetta Perle, Sheila Schwid, Olivia Beens, Bernice Sokol Kramer, Ellen Denuto, Lindsay, Margo Mead, and Syma have done an amazing job capturing the vulnerability and diversity of experiences within the human condition in their work.

To align with Carter Burden Gallery's principle that art should be for everyone, all artworks are priced at $200, making them accessible to both seasoned and first-time collectors. The exhibition will feature 6" x 6" Art Cards, each available for $20, with all proceeds dedicated to the support of Carter Burden Gallery.

The show ends this week so be sure to stop by this week and check it out!

Join us today, December 14th from 5-8 pm for the first night of our Jewelry Show Pop-Up! Over the next few days, we will...
12/14/2023

Join us today, December 14th from 5-8 pm for the first night of our Jewelry Show Pop-Up! Over the next few days, we will be holding a hand-crafted jewelry pop-up sale featuring nine amazing New York City Artists. This is the perfect opportunity to purchase a one-of a kind, high quality gift for someone this holiday season. Hope to see you there!

Jewelry Pop-Up Opening hours:
Thursday, December 14th 5-8 pm
Friday, December 15th 12-7 pm
Saturday, December 16th 12-6 pm

Next Thursday, November 16 from 6 - 8pm we reopen with our seventh annual Small Works Show! This exhibition features the...
11/10/2023

Next Thursday, November 16 from 6 - 8pm we reopen with our seventh annual Small Works Show! This exhibition features the work of over seventy gallery artists who have harnessed their creativity on uniform 10” x 10” canvases. The resulting show is an array of paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, and collages that eloquently demonstrate the remarkable diversity and artistic strength of the artists’ talent. To align with Carter Burden Gallery's belief that art should be for everyone, all artworks are priced at $200, making them accessible to both seasoned and first-time collectors. Join us next Thursday to check out this amazing show!

Marlena Vaccaro, Director and Curator of Carter Burden Gallery, states, “This partnership with Two by Two Media is a tri...
11/03/2023

Marlena Vaccaro, Director and Curator of Carter Burden Gallery, states, “This partnership with Two by Two Media is a tribute to the pioneering women artists featured within Carter Burden Gallery’s walls.” The Carter Burden Network Gallery aims to highlight and uplift diverse voices within the older artist community to confirm their value and contribution to the arts. Our current exhibit featuring Two by Two Media, Nan Golub’s Retrospective, and Janet Goldner Woven Journey celebrates the incredible work by female artists across NYC and features artwork that speaks out about social issues, pushes the bounds of creativity, and fosters deep connection. CBG is so proud to have the opportunity to showcase the work of these remarkable women, furthering our mission to create a supportive and culturally diverse community of re-emerging artists. This exhibit is only up until next Wednesday, November 8th so be sure to stop by before it ends!

From all of us at the Carter Burden Gallery, we wish all of our incredible artists a happy International Artist’s Day! A...
10/25/2023

From all of us at the Carter Burden Gallery, we wish all of our incredible artists a happy International Artist’s Day! At Carter Burden Network, we are so proud of CBG’s role as a space to create dialogue within the arts community and support our belief that older, lesser-known artists must not be overlooked due to age or decreased marketability in the current art scene. We demonstrate the transformative nature of art; the work we exhibit is vibrant, cutting-edge and important regardless of the artist's age. To learn more visit our website at https://www.carterburdengallery.org/ and check out our new exhibit featuring Two by Two Media, Nan Golub Retrospective, and Woven Journey: Janet Goldner.

Join us tonight at 6:00 pm for our opening reception! We are honored to showcase three new exhibitions:Two by Two Media ...
10/12/2023

Join us tonight at 6:00 pm for our opening reception! We are honored to showcase three new exhibitions:Two by Two Media featuring works by Salimah Ali, Donna Bassin, Donna Ferrato, Flo Fox, Meryl Meisler, West Murray, Tziporah Salamon, Edwina Sandys, and Sheila Schwid; Nan Golub Retrospective featuring a collection of small works by Nan Golub; and On the Wall featuring the installation Woven Journey by Janet Goldner . The exhibitions will be available to the public until November 8th. Hope to see you tonight!

Join us tonight from 6-8pm for the opening reception of our three new exhibitions! These exhibitions include: “Shaping S...
09/07/2023

Join us tonight from 6-8pm for the opening reception of our three new exhibitions! These exhibitions include: “Shaping Space – Everything As It Is” featuring paintings by Beth Barry, ceramic sculptures by Linda Casbon, and monoprints by Barbara Lubliner; “Looking for Clues” featuring oil paintings and monotypes by Candy Le Sueur; and “On the Wall” featuring the installation Woven Journey by Janet Goldner. Visit the gallery at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. We hope to see you there!

Carter Burden Gallery presents three exhibitions: "NOWHERE, NOW HERE" in the East gallery featuring the works of Darla B...
07/28/2023

Carter Burden Gallery presents three exhibitions: "NOWHERE, NOW HERE" in the East gallery featuring the works of Darla Bjork, Mary Reiser Heintjes, and Robert Petrick; "Friends + Family, Too" featuring twelve artists working in a wide range of media in the West Gallery; and On the Wall featuring the installation "So Blue So Happy So Cool" by Stephen Cimini.

The exhibitions run from August 3 - August 30, 2023, at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The reception will be on Thursday, August 3 from 6 - 8pm.

Drawing is one of the oldest and most fundamental forms of artistic expression, with roots dating back to prehistoric ti...
07/20/2023

Drawing is one of the oldest and most fundamental forms of artistic expression, with roots dating back to prehistoric times. Throughout history, drawing has been used to record and communicate ideas, tell stories, and capture the beauty of the natural world. Today, drawing remains a vital and essential medium for artists of all disciplines, offering a direct and immediate way to communicate ideas and emotions.

Nancy Azara, Pat Brentano, Ann Brown, Roz Dimon, Barbara Herzfeld, Judy Mauer, Joan Mellon, Rifka Milder, Susan Sinek, D...
07/13/2023

Nancy Azara, Pat Brentano, Ann Brown, Roz Dimon, Barbara Herzfeld, Judy Mauer, Joan Mellon, Rifka Milder, Susan Sinek, Danny Turitz, and Jerry Vezzuso offer their unique perspectives in the exhibition "Drawing on Experience." The pieces in this exhibition represent a variety of subjects and styles, including landscape, figurative, still life, and abstract. Together, their work provides a rich and eclectic exploration of the possibilities of the medium.

Please join us this evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibition "Drawing on Experience" and "On...
07/06/2023

Please join us this evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibition "Drawing on Experience" and "On the Wall: So Blue So Happy So Cool." The artists will be at the gallery to speak about their work.

Carter Burden Gallery presents two exhibitions: "Drawing on Experience" in the East and West galleries featuring drawing...
06/29/2023

Carter Burden Gallery presents two exhibitions: "Drawing on Experience" in the East and West galleries featuring drawings by eleven gallery artists and On the Wall featuring the installation "So Blue So Happy So Cool" by Stephen Cimini.

The exhibitions run from July 6 - July 26, 2023, at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The reception will be on Thursday, July 6 from 6 - 8pm; masks are encouraged.

Stephen Cimini presents the installation On the Wall: So Blue So Happy So Cool, a four paneled eighty-eight-inch-wide pa...
06/19/2023

Stephen Cimini presents the installation On the Wall: So Blue So Happy So Cool, a four paneled eighty-eight-inch-wide painting in vibrant blue hues, which runs from April 27 to August 30, 2023. Building on architectural influences, which have been the basis for his inspiration since the mid-90s, Cimini’s work has evolved by creating a balanced combination of geometric shapes. With no discernible pattern, the work allows for a pleasing, meditative composition to emerge. He elaborates, “I refer to this process as random symmetry as I often don’t know where I am going until I get there. My impulsive color choices are fueled by intuition and experience. In this case, after a long battle, the blues won.”

A call for art by the Jurors Lois Bender and Amy Cheng challenged nation-wide artists to share their Scribbles, posing t...
06/15/2023

A call for art by the Jurors Lois Bender and Amy Cheng challenged nation-wide artists to share their Scribbles, posing the idea of Scribbles as evolving choreographies of visual thinking and feelings flowing in space; that they allow something to develop and take shape as a “becoming." Its nature can be chaotic, noncommittal, ambivalent, tentative. It can also be intentional, commanding, finished.

The artists have articulated and unraveled the Scribble, answering the call with so many strong variations in innovative techniques and surprising materials liberating the Scribble as a vibrant phenomenon, apart from its historical image as a subsidiary non-serious form of art making serving an artist’s finished art.

Please join us this evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibition "SCRIBBLES" and "On the Wall: S...
06/01/2023

Please join us this evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibition "SCRIBBLES" and "On the Wall: So Blue So Happy So Cool." The artists will be at the gallery to speak about their work.

Carter Burden Gallery is pleased to present its second national juried exhibition, SCRIBBLES, guest juried by Lois Bende...
05/30/2023

Carter Burden Gallery is pleased to present its second national juried exhibition, SCRIBBLES, guest juried by Lois Bender and Amy Cheng. The exhibition runs from June 1 through June 28, 2023, at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The reception will be on Thursday, June 1 from 6 – 8pm.

Please join us this evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibitions: "HEIDI NITZE, Work from 1955 ...
04/27/2023

Please join us this evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibitions: "HEIDI NITZE, Work from 1955 – 2002" and "On the Wall: So Blue So Happy So Cool." The artists will be at the gallery to speak about their work.

Carter Burden Gallery presents two exhibitions: "HEIDI NITZE, Work from 1955 – 2002" in the East and West galleries feat...
04/20/2023

Carter Burden Gallery presents two exhibitions: "HEIDI NITZE, Work from 1955 – 2002" in the East and West galleries featuring a collection of paintings and drawings by Heidi Nitze and "On the Wall: So Blue So Happy So Cool" featuring an installation of a large-scale painting by Stephen Cimini. The exhibitions run from April 27 - May 24, 2023, at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The reception will be on Thursday, April 27 from 6 - 8pm; masks are encouraged.

In this excerpt from an interview featured on our website, artist Mitch Lewis discusses the effect he wants his work to ...
04/14/2023

In this excerpt from an interview featured on our website, artist Mitch Lewis discusses the effect he wants his work to have on viewers.

"I want people to enjoy the paintings. I want them to feel the paintings. I like it if some of the paintings have a little tension in them, a dynamic tension between shapes. My goal really is to make beautiful paintings. I’m not interested in making a political statement…the artists that do that are very brave but that’s just not for me. I’m just trying to bring beauty into my life and the world. I want my viewers to feel sensual energy. I don’t want them to feel violence. I want them to be pleased with what they’re seeing."

"The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing but The Truth," Part I and Part II, is an installation for "On the Wall" that runs from January 12 to April 19, 2023 at the Carter Burden Gallery in Chelsea.

Make this Mother's Day one to remember! Join us at our Spring Pop Up Jewelry Show and Sale this week, Thursday through S...
04/10/2023

Make this Mother's Day one to remember! Join us at our Spring Pop Up Jewelry Show and Sale this week, Thursday through Saturday, and find the perfect gift for the amazing mothers in your life. From elegant necklaces to stunning bracelets, we've got something special for everyone!

Thursday, April 13: 5pm - 8pm; Friday, April 14: 12pm - 7pm; and Saturday, April 15: 12pm - 6pm at the Carter Burden Gallery in Chelsea.

Come see how powerful art can be when it takes center stage. CBG's "Over the Sofa" is shaking up the traditional approac...
04/07/2023

Come see how powerful art can be when it takes center stage. CBG's "Over the Sofa" is shaking up the traditional approach to interior design. Instead of choosing artwork to match your decor, we've curated a collection of stunning pieces and then painted the outline of varying sofas and armchairs directly on the gallery walls under the pieces. Featuring sculptures by Mary Heintjes, Elisabeth Jacobsen, Bernice Sokol Kramer, Kate Missett, and Syma.

We have all heard stories of people who buy artwork that goes with their furniture. "Over the Sofa" was developed to tur...
04/03/2023

We have all heard stories of people who buy artwork that goes with their furniture. "Over the Sofa" was developed to turn that idea on its head by first having the curator select the artworks, then paint the outline of varying sofas and armchairs directly on the gallery walls under the pieces as if they were hanging in your living room. Featuring paintings and prints by Karin Bruckner, Stephen Cimini, Reidunn Frass, Sylvia Harnick, Vicki Khuzami, Candy Le Suer, Mitchell Lewis, Susan Lisbin, Carol Massa, Sumayyah Samaha, and Gail Winbury.

Please join us this evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibitions: "Over the Sofa" and "On the W...
03/23/2023

Please join us this evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibitions: "Over the Sofa" and "On the Wall." The artists will be at the gallery to speak about their work.

Carter Burden Gallery presents two new exhibitions: "Over the Sofa" in the East and West galleries featuring sixteen gal...
03/16/2023

Carter Burden Gallery presents two new exhibitions: "Over the Sofa" in the East and West galleries featuring sixteen gallery artists that turn the idea of buying artwork to go with the furniture on its head and "On the Wall" featuring the installation "The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing but The Truth" by Mitchell Lewis.

The exhibitions run from March 23 – April 19, 2023, at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The reception will be on Thursday, March 23 from 6 - 8pm; masks are encouraged. The gallery hours are Tuesday - Friday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Mitchell Lewis presents two large scale paintings entitled "The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing but The Truth," Part...
03/09/2023

Mitchell Lewis presents two large scale paintings entitled "The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing but The Truth," Part I and Part II, in an installation for "On the Wall" that runs from January 12 to April 19, 2023. These two works are an exploration into Lewis’ current series of ‘Squiggle’ paintings, in which his focus shifts to highlight a sequence of indecipherable hieroglyphs, shaped from brief undulating lines scrawled across the eight-to-ten-foot canvases. In both paintings the linear forms playfully roll, tumble, shift, and spiral across a black background; the largest of the two works painted in stark monochrome and the next piece incorporating energetic color.

The exhibition "Friends and Family" in the West Gallery features the self-curated work of nine gallery artists including...
03/02/2023

The exhibition "Friends and Family" in the West Gallery features the self-curated work of nine gallery artists including Beth Barry, Karin Bruckner, David Cerulli, Stephen Cimini, Elisabeth Jacobsen, Carol Massa, Sumayyah Samaha, Vera Sapozhnikova, and Marlena Vaccaro. After working together for many years these artists came together to create this exhibition in support of the Carter Burden Gallery’s mission. Represented is an array of mediums including painting, sculpture, mixed media, and works on paper. This exhibition runs until March 15, 2023.

The exhibition "A Book By Its Cover" in the East Gallery features artist books created by Nancy Clark, Liz Curtin, Sandi...
02/23/2023

The exhibition "A Book By Its Cover" in the East Gallery features artist books created by Nancy Clark, Liz Curtin, Sandi Daniel, Irmari Nacht, Dolores Poacelli, and Ellen Wallenstein, as wells as paintings by Hilda O’Connell. Each of the seven artists employ the materials, form, and context of their work to fit their personal vision. Some of the works are sculptural representations of books, some are a manipulation of published and printed materials, while others are interactive and meant to be ‘read.’ This exhibition runs until March 15, 2023.

Please join us tomorrow evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibitions: "A Book By Its Cover," "F...
02/16/2023

Please join us tomorrow evening from 6 - 8pm for the opening reception of our new exhibitions: "A Book By Its Cover," "Friends and Family," and "On the Wall." The artists will be at the gallery to speak about their work.

Carter Burden Gallery presents three exhibitions: "A Book By Its Cover" in the East Gallery featuring artist books by Na...
02/09/2023

Carter Burden Gallery presents three exhibitions: "A Book By Its Cover" in the East Gallery featuring artist books by Nancy Clark, Liz Curtin, Sandi Daniel, Irmari Nacht, Dolores Poacelli, and Ellen Wallenstein, as wells as paintings by Hilda O’Connell; "Friends and Family" in the West Gallery featuring an array of work by Beth Barry, Karin Bruckner, David Cerulli, Stephen Cimini, Elisabeth Jacobsen, Carol Massa, Sumayyah Samaha, Vera Sapozhnikova, and Marlena Vaccaro; and On the Wall featuring the installation "The Truth, The Whole Truth, and Nothing but The Truth" by Mitchell Lewis.

The exhibitions run from February 16 – March 15, 2023, at 548 West 28th Street in New York City. The reception will be on Thursday, February 16 from 6 - 8pm; masks are mandatory. The gallery hours are Tuesday - Friday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

We are now accepting submissions for the juried exhibition, "SCRIBBLES: Habits, Compulsions & Outpourings of the Doodlin...
01/26/2023

We are now accepting submissions for the juried exhibition, "SCRIBBLES: Habits, Compulsions & Outpourings of the Doodling Mind" with guest jurors Amy Cheng and Lois Bender! Learn more and submit your work at https://carterburdengallery.slideroom.com/ #/Login.

"A line is a dot taking a walk." — Paul Klee

Scribbles are evolving choreographies of visual thinking and feeling flowing in space. Scribbling allows something to develop and take shape as a becoming. Its nature can be chaotic, noncommittal, ambivalent, tentative. It can also be intentional, commanding, finished. It can be described as a flow of energy — mark-making forged into matter — that comes directly from the hand of the artist. Is scribbling where ideas come from? Is scribbling always germinal? Is it intuitive and non-thinking? A random exploration? Is it play, or a series of what-ifs? Can it be serious? Can it be mindful in the most profound sense of the word? Is it uncensored? Can scribbles be a final product? Is it a way to access our stream of consciousness? Do our scribbles reveal something essential about us?

This open call for submission to a blindly juried group show of “SCRIBBLES” at the Carter Burden Gallery located at 548 W. 28th St, #534, New York, NY scheduled for June 1-June 28, 2023, will result in an interesting, informative, eye-opening survey of what contemporary artists are doing with their scribbles.

Here’s another look at some of the vibrant works in our current exhibitions “Summer Selection”, “Cells of Change”, and “...
08/23/2022

Here’s another look at some of the vibrant works in our current exhibitions “Summer Selection”, “Cells of Change”, and “On the Wall: Life’s Season’s Reconstructed,” on show at the gallery until August 31st!

We are pleased to present three new exhibitions: “Summer Selection,” featuring works in a range of media by fifteen arti...
08/05/2022

We are pleased to present three new exhibitions: “Summer Selection,” featuring works in a range of media by fifteen artists; “Cells of Change,” featuring watercolor and mixed media paintings by Cari Rosmarin; and “On the Wall: Life’s Season’s Reconstructed,” featuring an installation by mixed-media artist Anna Walter.

“Summer Selection,” showcases the works of fifteen artists in a dynamic group exhibition. The pieces consist of painting, mixed media, digital art, and sculpture. Artists include Lee Apt, Darla Bjork, Roz Dimon, Jodie Fink, Fukuko Harris, Helen Iranyi, Bernice Sokol Kramer, Barbara Laube, Judy Mauer, Laurie Russell, Nieves Saah, Vera Sapozhnikova, Candy Le Sueur, Julie Tesser, and Matt Turov. Many of the artists playfully experiment with color and pattern.

 
Simultaneously dark and soft, corporeal, and otherworldly, Cari Rosmarin’s work feels like an echo emerging from deep within. “Cells of Change” illustrates Rosmarin’s experience as a painter, printmaker, and collage artist through the layering of watercolor, pastel, and pencil. Her pieces present the viewer with images of plant and animal cells, abstract shapes, and fascinating compositions. The combination of atmospheric textures and organic shapes evokes the raw nature of these process-oriented cellular forms that inspire Rosmarin’s pieces.  

Pulling on imagery of sky, land, and sea, Anna Walter presents a large-scale installation made up of 18 x 24 inch panels in “Life’s Season’s Reconstructed.” The installation reflects both the changing of the seasons and Walter’s own personal adaptability over time. Walter’s whimsical, mixed-media pieces and sculptures are created from found objects and are often based on symbolic personal expression, her own physical trials, and interactions with her environment. The piece represents Walter’s attitude of “going with the flow of changes and adapting to my physical limitations by using my gift of art and my memories.” 

These exhibitions are on view at the gallery until August 31. Masks are required.

Today is the last day to see our lovely “The Small Works Show”! If you haven’t yet, come and stop by before we close at ...
07/27/2022

Today is the last day to see our lovely “The Small Works Show”! If you haven’t yet, come and stop by before we close at 5pm today!

Carter Burden Gallery is located at 548 West 28th street, New York City. Masks are required.

Bruce W. Greenwood
Clouded Pink
2022
Acrylic tinted join compound with gloss varnish on canvas

Jeanne Goodman
Bird Facing Left
2022
Acrylic on Canvas

Karin Bruckner
BreakoutBluems 5-8
2022
Mixed Media on Canvas

Mitch Lewis
Untitled
2022
Oil on Canvas

Sandi Daniel
Almost Human #3
2022
Acrylic Paint, Pigment Ink, and Photo Transfer on Mulberry Paper, Mounted to Canvas

Mary Rieser Heintjes
Imagine
2022
Oil on Canvas

“The Small Works Show” closes tomorrow, July 27th!! Be sure to come by and see the amazing range of styles by some of ou...
07/26/2022

“The Small Works Show” closes tomorrow, July 27th!! Be sure to come by and see the amazing range of styles by some of our artists. Again, all pieces are $200!

Carter Burden Gallery is located at 548 West 28th street, New York City. Masks are required.

Ellen Wallenstein
Untitled
2022
Double sided cyanotype

Gail Winbury
Almost Topsy Turvy Too
2022
Oil on Canvas

Stephen Cimini
Cardinal
2022
Oil, cold wax, and marble dust on Canvas

Susan Lisbin
Untitled I
2022
Oil on Canvas

Elisabeth Jacobsen
United We Stand
2022
Birch ply, latex paint, and rawhide cord

Sylvia Harnick
Memory Garden #90
2022
Mixed media on Canvas

Please join us tonight from 6-8pm for the opening of two new exhibitions at the Carter Burden Gallery! “The Small Works ...
07/07/2022

Please join us tonight from 6-8pm for the opening of two new exhibitions at the Carter Burden Gallery! “The Small Works Show,” displays works by over 60 artists, all done on 10 x 10 canvases and priced at $200. We invite art lovers and first time collectors to start or expand their art collections. The second exhibition, “On the Wall: Make your Mark,” provides a space for visitors to collaborate and express themselves creatively in our public installation space. These exhibitions will be on view at the gallery until July 27th. We hope to see you tonight! Masks are required.

Carter Burden gallery is located at 548 West 28th street, New York City.

Barbara Herzfeld
Chill Bette
2022
Acrylic on Canvas

Sumayyah Samaha
Untitled Illusion
2022
Watercolor on Canvas

Regina Silvers
An Enthusiastic Women's March for Reproductive Rights...
2022
Mixed Media on Canvas

Basia Goldsmith
Roses
2022
Mixed Media on Canvas

Carter Burden Gallery presents “The Personal Landscape”, an exhibition honoring the life and work of Alan Levine (1937-2...
06/09/2022

Carter Burden Gallery presents “The Personal Landscape”, an exhibition honoring the life and work of Alan Levine (1937-2020). In his early teens, Levine displayed great talent and promise as a violinist, but instead chose to focus his time and energy in the visual arts. He graduated from the State University of New York at New Paltz with a degree in Art Education and later went on to receive his Masters of Science from Pratt Institute. He chose teaching as a profession, and taught all areas of art and painting for nearly 40 years at Spring Valley High School in Rockland County NY.  Levine inspired and mentored countless students while also exhibiting his art at many venues in Rockland and Westchester Counties, as well as New York City and the greater metropolitan area.

Levine was an intuitive painter, creating vibrant and expressive works with acrylic paint on canvas. In his own words, Levine constantly attempted to “push past what [he had] expressed in prior work to search for new avenues of image, color, structure, space, and organization.” He approached each piece with an open mind, preferring to react to the painting in real time and allowing for the composition to emerge organically. As an artist, mentor, and teacher, Levine understood the impact of art on the individual and left all of his works untitled with the hope that each viewer would interpret each piece in their own way.

The exhibition is on view at the gallery until June 29th. Carter Burden Gallery is located at 548 West 28th Street, New York City. The gallery is open Tuesday-Friday from 11AM to 5PM and Saturdays from 11AM to 6PM.

Untitled
2015
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 48 inches

Untitled
1971
Acrylic on wood
22 x 18 1/4 x 9 inches

Untitled
2004
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 36 inches

We are pleased to present “Clear Visions”, featuring recent paintings by Susan Lisbin and Gail Winbury, and assemblage b...
06/08/2022

We are pleased to present “Clear Visions”, featuring recent paintings by Susan Lisbin and Gail Winbury, and assemblage by Joy Nagy, and “On the Wall: Crony Scrolls”, featuring a painting by Regina Silvers.

In “Clear Visions,” each artist explores ideas related to identity, relationships, and memory while playing with bold and bright colors. Using oil paint, acrylic, and mixed media on canvas,
Lisbin creates organic forms, symbolizing people in spaces and exploring how personal space is about connecting and relating to each other through relationships. Nagy, on the other hand, explores her own family legacy and themes of love and loss through her use of inherited objects, specifically treasured textiles, including handkerchiefs, silk scarves, handmade dresses, ornamental flowers, photographs and other materials from filled suitcases. Winbury uses a combination of oil paint, pigment stick, cold wax, and charcoal on linen or canvas, to create extremely layered yet minimal and mysterious works that echo the artists own experiences and memories.

In “On the Wall: Crony Scrolls”, Silvers presents an installation of a ten foot-long painting using gouache on paper. A a lifelong devotee to life drawing, her gestural and expressive style beautifully captures the energy, interaction, and spontaneity of the figures she paints. This series arose from her desire to visit friends without sacrificing time in her studio, so she invited a group of her “cronies” where she drew them as they sat and talked. Silvers writes, “Gestural drawing- whether in paint or dry materials like charcoal or pencil, is an ongoing pursuit of mine, and I am most satisfied when I can combine line and color fluidly and economically.”

These exhibitions are on view at the gallery until June 29th!

05/19/2022

In Votives: Sculptures by Nancy Azara, the artist presents carved and painted sculptures from 2010 to the present that record a journey of ideas and memories around the unseen and the unknown.

Please join us tomorrow from 6 to 8 pm for a books signing event with Nancy Azara and live dance performances!
05/19/2022

Please join us tomorrow from 6 to 8 pm for a books signing event with Nancy Azara and live dance performances!

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