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Last days to view the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, and the solo exhibitions of ...
04/19/2024

Last days to view the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, and the solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy . Installation of work by Alyce Gottesman. Closing Reception this Saturday from 4 to 6 pm.

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

Call for Submissions: Juried Exhibition “Being Human” at The Painting Center! -
04/17/2024

Call for Submissions: Juried Exhibition “Being Human” at The Painting Center! -

The Painting Center is seeking submissions for the juried group exhibition Being Human curated by Alix Bailey, Kathleen Beausoleil and Perri Neri. The exhibition will be on view from July 16 - August 10, 2024, and will be featured on Artsy with a catalogue of the artists’ works.  Being Human cele...

Anna Shukelyo and her watercolor class from Kean University talking with Scott Wixon about his work and process. Thank y...
04/16/2024

Anna Shukelyo and her watercolor class from Kean University talking with Scott Wixon about his work and process. Thank you for seeing the exhibitions today! Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy .

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

We are looking back through our archives today and are celebrating the artist  Francis O’Shea.  He had a solo show with ...
04/16/2024

We are looking back through our archives today and are celebrating the artist Francis O’Shea. He had a solo show with us in 2007.

From the 2007 Press Release:

This series of paintings by Francis O’Shea explores the conversation between the patterned plane, the organic forms that float on top of it, and the edge of the canvas. Tension and balance are critical.
The space in the paintings is quite shallow; the organic forms (enlarged as if seen under a microscope) are capable at any moment of scuttling off, coming to rest in a different position, shaping a new relationship with another form and engaging in an entirely new dialog with the pattern. Finding the proper arrangement and the space between the elements is the challenge.

Francis O’Shea is a graduate of Connecticut College and received an MA and an MFA from the University of Iowa. He has had a residency at Yaddo and has shown both in and out of New York, most recently at the Kouros Gallery in New York.

Beautiful day outside!!!! Last week to view - The solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, ...
04/14/2024

Beautiful day outside!!!! Last week to view - The solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, and the solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy . Image by Alyce Gottesman.

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

Image by Scott Wixon. Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi...
04/13/2024

Image by Scott Wixon. Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy .

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

Image by Julian Pozzi. Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rab...
04/13/2024

Image by Julian Pozzi. Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy .

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”


Alyce Gottesman will be in the gallery from 2-4 pm tomorrow. Currently on view - The solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman:...
04/13/2024

Alyce Gottesman will be in the gallery from 2-4 pm tomorrow. Currently on view - The solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, and the solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy .

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

Stop in to see the solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” in the ...
04/10/2024

Stop in to see the solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy . Installation of work by Scott Wixon.

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

Stop in to see the solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the ...
04/10/2024

Stop in to see the solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy . Installation of work by Julian Pozzi.

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”


Image by Alyce Gottesman. Currently on view - The solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, ...
04/08/2024

Image by Alyce Gottesman. Currently on view - The solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, and the solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy .

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

Image by Scott Wixon. Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi...
04/07/2024

Image by Scott Wixon. Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy .

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

Image by Julian Pozzi. Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rab...
04/07/2024

Image by Julian Pozzi. Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy .

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”


Currently on view - The solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, and the solo exhibitions o...
04/06/2024

Currently on view - The solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room, and the solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy . Installation of work by Alyce Gottesman.

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” in...
04/04/2024

Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy . Installation of work by Scott Wixon.

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in...
04/04/2024

Currently on view - The solo exhibitions of Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” and Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy . Installation of work by Julian Pozzi.

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”


Last Days to Apply for the Solo Exhibition Opportunity at The Painting Center - Deadline April 5 -
04/01/2024

Last Days to Apply for the Solo Exhibition Opportunity at The Painting Center - Deadline April 5 -

The Painting Center, an artist-run non-profit gallery, in the heart of Chelsea, announces a call for submissions for two solo exhibition opportunities in the Project Room space of the gallery. The two solo exhibitions will take place in 2025, and each separate exhibition will have a run time of four...

Happy Easter! Stop in to see the solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the S...
04/01/2024

Happy Easter! Stop in to see the solo exhibitions of Scott Wixon: “Rabbit and Other Tails” and Julian Pozzi: “Take the Stairs” in the Main Gallery, and the solo exhibition of Alyce Gottesman: “In Harmony” in the Project Room. Exhibitions on view from March 26 - April 20, 2024. All works are available for sale on Artsy . Image by Scott Wixon.

From the Press Release: “Scott Wixon’s fascination with color, quirky shapes and gestures define his personal vocabulary in “Rabbit and Other Tails”. His style gives pride of place to movement and undulations. The paintings in exhibition were made in his New York studio and at his home on Cape Cod. The works on paper were made at L’Expressoir artist residency in Marnay Sur Seine, France.”

From the Press Release: Julian Pozzi’s paintings in “Take the Stairs” take as their starting point a decades-long practice of drawing. They draw upon disparate sources of inspiration, including architecture, cartoons, and science fiction. They are tied together by a facility to willfully (and gleefully) misrepresent objects, ideas, and people in the service of abstraction.”

From the Press Release: “Alyce Gottesman derives her primary inspiration from nature, particularly the Northern California seashore, where she spends meaningful time exploring the land and seascapes. She combines organic forms with geometric patterns, including influences from her long held passion for vintage Amish quilt designs in this exhibition titled “In Harmony.”

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The Painting Center is a non-profit organization in New York City with strong roots in the art community and a reputation for integrity in its programming. Our mission is to provide exhibition opportunities for emerging, mid-career and established artists. Curators use our space to present contemporary thesis exhibitions on visual arts, artists, and art making practices. The Painting Center has continually built upon its purpose of offering an alternative space dedicated to the exhibition of painting and various media regardless of market appeal. The Painting Center is a gathering place for artists and those who love art; it is a democratic arena that fosters dialogue, experimentation, and community among artists. It does not champion one school or tradition, but welcomes and encourages diverse viewpoints.

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