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DRYANSKY - ROMER YOUNG - JULES MAEGHT
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The Dryansky Gallery: Paul Madonna - Close Enough for the Angels
Comment by AB: Art show by Paul Madonna features original pen, ink and wash illustrations created for his new novel Close Enough for the Angels, all of which were done during the course of his travels in Thailand, Japan and China between 2010 and 2016. Fifty hand-bound limited edition copies of the novel are also available for purchase. Stop on by. Good art especially if you appreciate atmospheric yet accurate architectural drawings.
Art by Paul Madonna at The Dryansky Gallery.
Nice piece of work by Paul Madonna - ink and wash on paper.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (like it).
Paul Madonna engages the fan base at The Dryansky Gallery.
Art by Paul Madonna.
Art in above image closer (nicely done).
Another excellent illustration by Paul Madonna.
Paul Madonna art.
Bit of a departure here - art by Paul Madonna at The Dryansky Gallery.
Romer Young Gallery: Kirk Stoller - go ahead and pass go
Comment by AB: The show's statement is certainly one way of looking at it, but the way I see it, Kirk Stoller fashions found odds & ends, as-is and with minimal modifications, into entirely estimable sculptures.
Art by Kirk Stoller at Romer Young Gallery.
Sculpture by Kirk Stoller.
Kirk Stoller and his art at Romer Young Gallery.
Attendance figures - Kirk Stoller sculpture in foreground.
Sculpture in above image from another angle..
Romer Young proprietors Joey Piziali, Vanessa Blaikie & beneficiary.
Jules Maeght Gallery: Signed & Numbered; All About Photo Awards Exhibition
Artists: Sharaine Bell, Eduardo Chillida, Jean Cortot, Marco Del Re, Luc Doerflinger, Olivier Gagn�re, C�cile Granier de Cassagnac, Ra'anan Levy, Dan Miller, Pierre Roy-camille, Antoni T�pies.
All About Photo photographers: Julien Chatelin, Jackson Patterson, Tadao Cern, Simona Bonanno, Teri Havens.
Comment by AB: The Maeght family has been in the art business in France for a really long time, like since the 1930s, a benefit of which is that thanks to them, we get to see quality examples of European art and artists that we would not ordinarily see. This show consist mainly of editions, but originals are included.
Ceramics by Olivier Gagn�re, each about a foot high, at Jules Maeght Gallery.
Pierre Roy-camille art.
Art by Marco Del Re.
Jean Cortot art.
White on black art by Sharaine Bell.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
All About Photo award-winning image by Jackson Patterson.
Long view - group art show at Jules Maeght Gallery.