Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts This is the official FB page for Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts. Please visit our website @ www.suzannerandolphfinearts.com for more information Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts (SRFA) is an art advisory and creative consultancy firm with over 25 years of experience supporting the diverse goals of corporations, real estate developers, private collectors, municipal agencies and not-for-profit organizations.

Our firm’s services include commissioning signature works of art and design within architectural contexts and urban environments, curating exhibitions of contemporary and historical focus, and providing comprehensive guidance in collections management.

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SRFA In the Studio October 2020
10/13/2020
SRFA In the Studio October 2020

SRFA In the Studio October 2020

SRFA in the Studio features artists we admire on social media and our website. During these challenging times, as we are all struggling to adjust to the pause to our regular routines, we wanted to see what was going on in studios by inviting artists to share thoughts of how this period of self-isol...

Last year we started SRFA in the Studio, where we feature artists we admire on social media and our website. During thes...
08/31/2020

Last year we started SRFA in the Studio, where we feature artists we admire on social media and our website. During these challenging times, as we are all struggling to adjust to the pause to our regular routines, we wanted to see what was going on in studios by inviting artists to share thoughts of how this period of self-isolation is affecting their work. 
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Our next artist for SRFA in the Studio is John Willenbecher
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“Hard to believe that it’s been almost sixty years since I started making art. In school days I thought the thing to do was to be an art historian and I majored in that at college -- and then went on for three more years at N.Y.U.’s Institute of Fine Arts. It took me that long to realize that what I really wanted to do was create art.
Back in the 1960s I began by making three-dimensional, painted wood constructions. And although I have subsequently been doing two-dimensional work, I have used only wooden supports (never having gone to art school I have no idea how to stretch a canvas!). The paintings, in acrylics, are on fiberboard panels and rest on shelves -- which are part of the work. By sitting on shelves the works beg, as any object might, to be manipulated. And so they can be: the viewer is free to turn them at will. I like to think of it as a process of refreshment.”
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Images: John Willenbecher self portrait and John’s studio
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Graham CaldwellImages: Convex Dichroic Box, 2018, 24x18x5 inches, slumped and mirrored glass, dichroic film, and epoxyl;...
08/22/2020

Graham Caldwell

Images: Convex Dichroic Box, 2018, 24x18x5 inches, slumped and mirrored glass, dichroic film, and epoxyl; Studio Portrait

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Graham CaldwellImages: Untitled (Compound Eye Commission), 2019, 96x96x4 inches, mirrors and welded steel; Mirror Sphere...
08/20/2020

Graham Caldwell

Images: Untitled (Compound Eye Commission), 2019, 96x96x4 inches, mirrors and welded steel; Mirror Sphere Portrait

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Last year we started SRFA in the Studio, where we feature artists we admire on social media and our website. During thes...
08/18/2020

Last year we started SRFA in the Studio, where we feature artists we admire on social media and our website. During these challenging times, as we are all struggling to adjust to the pause to our regular routines, we wanted to see what was going on in studios by inviting artists to share thoughts of how this period of self-isolation is affecting their work.
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Our next Artist for SRFA in the Studio is Graham Caldwell!
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Making art in the time of self-isolation: “I fled NYC along with my wife and dog in early March and have been riding out the pandemic with my parents in a remote part of DC. I have been back to Brooklyn a few times to gather materials from my studio and to make sure nothing has become infested or caught fire. Daily life has contracted and become about basics—stay sane and stay alive. My art-making practice has been miniaturized and distilled, from equipped studio to table top in a shared room where I spend my days working small. Instead of my normal media—which requires space, hi-amp electrical equipment, and ventilation—I’ve been painting, drawing, making spiderwebs out of gold-plated chains, etc. I am fine-tuning the design in PhotoShop of a large upcoming project before I begin fabricating it. The most exciting prospect for me is that I am making plans to set up a glass-blowing studio, complete with ovens and a furnace full of molten glass.”
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Oscar OiwaImages: Forest, 2017, marker pen drawing onglass. Embassy of Brazil in Tokyo; Time Shipper, 2020. Commission w...
08/13/2020

Oscar Oiwa

Images: Forest, 2017, marker pen drawing onglass. Embassy of Brazil in Tokyo; Time Shipper, 2020. Commission work for Shanghai City, Yangpu Riverside park.
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Oscar Oiwa.Images: Kita Senju, 2008, oil on canvas, 227 x 444 cm / 90 x 175 inches, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary ...
08/12/2020

Oscar Oiwa
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Images: Kita Senju, 2008, oil on canvas, 227 x 444 cm / 90 x 175 inches, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art collection, Kanazawa; WWW.Com, 2003, oil on canvas, 227 x 444 cm / 90 x 175 inches, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art collection, Kobe
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Last year we started SRFA in the Studio, where we feature artists we admire on social media and our website. During thes...
08/11/2020

Last year we started SRFA in the Studio, where we feature artists we admire on social media and our website. During these challenging times, as we are all struggling to adjust to the pause to our regular routines, we wanted to see what was going on in studios by inviting artists to share thoughts of how this period of self-isolation is affecting their work.
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Our next Artist for SRFA in the Studio is Oscar Oiwa!
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Oscar Oiwa was born in São Paulo, Brazil. He received his B.F.A. (1989) from the School of Architecture and Urbanism, São Paulo University. He experienced contemporary art during this time in nearby galleries and became an assistant at the São Paulo Art Biennial. Oiwa held his first solo exhibition while he was still in college and thereafter participated in the 21st São Paulo Art Biennial (1991). He has received several awards including Pollock-Krasner Foundation grants, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship (2001) and Asian Cultural Council in 2002. Recently (2019) receive the Medal of Honor from His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of Japan. He currently lives and works in New York City.
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Images: Oscar Oiwa; Oiwa Island 2, 2013-2016, marker pen drawing on immersive balloon. Setouchi International Art Festival, exhibited in Ibuki Island (2013) and Shodo Island (2016) and Shimi Island (2019), Kagawa; Black And Light, 2019, marker pen drawing on immersive balloon, Cadillac House Gallery, New York.
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Our next Artist for SRFA in the Studio is Robin Tewes!.Here’s Robin’s statement on making art during COVID-19:"I think m...
08/07/2020

Our next Artist for SRFA in the Studio is Robin Tewes!
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Here’s Robin’s statement on making art during COVID-19:
"I think many artists are equipped for this experience of isolation since working in one’s studio requires time and ability to endure and enjoy that. To some extent it has been refreshing to have a more simplified lifestyle. It has enabled me to paint more and relieve me of any guilt or regret that I’m not attending or missing anything, since everything is on hold and closed. As an artist it has been my pattern to socialize and then retreat into my studio to digest, purge and make sense of it all. The painting that I’m working on during this pandemic is definitely about that. I have also been working on The Movie Theatres and Underwater/Men in Trouble Series but this piece has taken priority and is the purge I need to do at this time. I think the vivid colors are an expression of the inner scream I’m feeling regarding current events and the compact imagery is a reaction to the visual quiet, being alone and isolated from the hustle and bustle of people and outside activity. It is also inspired by the drawing lessons I have been teaching my students online. I’m using materials that are in my studio only. I like that idea of being self-contained and self-sufficient. I found a forgotten piece of primed linen, 40”x 86”. It has a smooth surface perfect for drawing on. I make spontaneous drawings and then add color of what I’m feeling, hearing and thinking about at that moment. I’m having a lot of fun working on it and it is keeping me sane for sure."
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Images: Robin in the studio; During Quarantine, Work In Progress, Canvas, Acrylic, 40”x86”, 2020
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More sculptures by James Biederman!#SRFAInTheStudio #SuzanneRandolphFineArts #JamesBiederman #ArtistStudio #Sculpture
08/06/2020

More sculptures by James Biederman!

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Last year we started SRFA in the Studio, where we feature artists we admire on social media and our website. During thes...
08/05/2020

Last year we started SRFA in the Studio, where we feature artists we admire on social media and our website. During these challenging times, as we are all struggling to adjust to the pause to our regular routines, we wanted to see what was going on in studios by inviting artists to share thoughts of how this period of self-isolation is affecting their work.
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Our next Artist for SRFA in the Studio is James Biederman!
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Here’s James’ statement on making art during COVID-19:
“As many artists, I work alone. The studio is a place of movement and stillness. Things are put together. Sometimes constructed or cut in parts. The process forms an organic shell to encompass an architecture of mindful revery. An inside is visible through ports of entry. It is a visual place that allows an opening to the imagination. An unfixed plan evolves over time. The bases are integral to the hovering structure. Pigment is applied to wet plaster or various vehicles. Aside from the pigments, materials are found or industrial. They are environments of form and color. Handmade without the interference of technology and machines. The process is slow. The watercolors evolve over several sessions.
Recently, I have made shelves to house the small sculptures. Related watercolors on paper provide an environment for the sculpture. A place to reside. Ocean reefs, distant universes, Pre-Colombian Art, Bernini, Buckminster Fuller and scores of artists and musicians continue to be influential. The pandemic is tragic. I wonder about the future. Continuing in the studio lends me focus and purpose. I am fortunate to be able to work. The corruption of a greedy and incompetent government hits me with a thump.”
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Our next artist for SRFA in the Studio is Jean Wolff!..“All the work submitted has been created during the time of the r...
07/29/2020

Our next artist for SRFA in the Studio is Jean Wolff!
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“All the work submitted has been created during the time of the recent pandemic shutdown. As artists we typically work in isolation, but this enforced isolation created different challenges. All of the submitted work was made with limited materials and means outside of my studio, which I did not have access during this time. With the sudden break from the work that I had left in the studio, I turned to the materials that I had in my apartment – pens (ink), paper, colored pencils and watercolors that I had quickly gathered on my unexpected last day at my studio. The limited materials have actually opened up another pathway into my overall artistic practice. I have always executed works on paper that are independent of my paintings in my studio. Drawing is an exploration of ideas that I use to inform my paintings. The recent exploration within the drawing medium created works that pushed the minimal language used within these compositions into a rigorous new direction. The repetition of a grid from drawing to drawing makes it clear that repetition of the form does not create redundancy. The opposite is true, the simplicity of the means has created a multitude of possibilities for me to continue to explore.”
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Images: Jean in the studio, photo: Aleya Lehman Bench; Donoussa #3 3.26.20, 2020, Ink on paper, 12 x 9”; Blue Pen Drawing #1 3.25.20, 2020, Ink on Paper, 12 x 9”
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Our next artist for SRFA in the Studio is James Rose!..“Social distancing has had a big effect on my practice. Just now ...
07/28/2020

Our next artist for SRFA in the Studio is James Rose!
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“Social distancing has had a big effect on my practice. Just now is my studio in Chashama opening back up. This whole Spring, I have looked to other ways of making art than my studio practice. I have explored making videos and working digitally with photography as well. I go to city parks and make videos and photography that show the wildness of urban green spaces. Now that my studio is reopening this time away from painting has made me question the materials I have been using and whether I should explore more sustainable ways of making art.”
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Images: James in the studio; Studio view of paintings; “Subway Riders, Beneath the Street”, oil on canvas, 35 by 55 inches, 2017
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Our next artist for SRFA in the Studio is Marta Chilindron!..From her early veristic paintings to her contemporary sculp...
07/22/2020

Our next artist for SRFA in the Studio is Marta Chilindron!
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From her early veristic paintings to her contemporary sculptural installations, Marta Chilindron has created art which explores perspectival, temporal, and spatial relationships. In the 1990s, Chilindron began experimenting with furniture forms, altering their shapes to reflect her point of view in relation to physical space. In 1998/2000 the artist began making collapsible, geometric sculptures in transparent colored acrylics, using hinges to allow movement. These pieces entreat the viewer to manipulate and change their shape.
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Images: Marta in the studio; Mobius Houston, Acrylic and steel, 11 x 22 x 22 ft.; Mobius, 2013, Acrylic and hinges, 36 x 80 x 80 in. 91 x 203 x 203 cm (variable dimensions)
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Only four days left to submit proposals for the Hurricane Maria Memorial commission. Please visit the link in bio for mo...
10/24/2019

Only four days left to submit proposals for the Hurricane Maria Memorial commission. Please visit the link in bio for more information and submission requirements. #opencall #convocatoriaabierta #publicart #memorial #sculpture #contemporaryart #architecture #urbandesign #climatechange #hurricanemaria #huracanmaria #calltoaction #climatecrisis #arteboricua

Nina Tandon is the CEO and Co-Founder of EpiBone a company whose  mission is  to use groundbreaking research to transfor...
03/08/2018

Nina Tandon is the CEO and Co-Founder of EpiBone a company whose mission is to use groundbreaking research to transform skeletal repair. The technology at the heart of EpiBone is the bioreactor. Its task is essential and delicate: to mimic the finely calibrated conditions in the human body that enable bone to grow. Where once it was thought of the human body as a machine with spare parts, now it can be seen as a living ecosystem. Their work is truly transformative and life-changing as implanted bones become part of the tissue to reduce surgery needs, and provide patients a speedy recovery. Ms. Tandon bridges the realms of business and science with two advanced degrees in stem cells and tissue engineering and an MBA in healthcare entrepreneurship. Recognized by the Fast Company as one of a hundred most creative people in business. #womenempowerment #womanity #inspirational #internationalwomensday #strongwomen #womeninbiz #whorunstheworld #womenruntheworld

Sworn in to the Senate in 2017, Ms. Harris became the, second African- American and first South Asian American senator i...
03/08/2018

Sworn in to the Senate in 2017, Ms. Harris became the, second African- American and first South Asian American senator in US history. She has worked to provide better wages for the working class, better the criminal justice system in place and make healthcare attainable by all. Throughout her career in public service, she has introduced and co-sponsored legislation to raise wages for working people, reform our broken criminal justice system, make healthcare a right for all. Kamala Harris has raised awareness to substance abuse,and is a strong advocate for expanding childcare for working families.
She defends those who can’t defend themselves, all while fighting for the rights of all communities in California. #children #USwomensenators #womeninpower #womenmakingachange #whorunstheworld #weruntheworld #InternationaWomensDay

08/21/2013
Kathy Levine - News

Check out Kathy Levine's site specific project in Prospect Park!

http://www.kathylevine.net/news/news.html

I began casting a large tree in Prospect Park that fell during Hurricane Sandy on May 10, 2013. The tree is being cast in sections using recycled paper. It's located a little north of the Vanderbilt Playground just off of Prospect Park Southwest. This tree because of it's size and relatively intac...

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