Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Gulay Semercioglu @ Leila Heller Gallery

Gulay Semercioglu debuted Variations on Line at Leila Heller Gallery.
The exhibition is through October 11 - November 10, 2012

Semercioglu weaves metallic, wire sheets on wood.
The works refract light, glimmering and bending the waves of light.   

Leila Heller 568 West 25th street, NYC.

The end result of the work is cosmological and terrestrial.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

The Art of Graham Nash @ ACA Gallery

ACA Gallery debuted The Art of Graham Nash, Thursday, October 11, 2012 
The exhibition is a mixture of classic B&W photos and new mixed media works.
A legendary singer-songwriter, Nash is also an Internationally renowned photographer. The show runs through October 27, 2012.

ACA Gallery, 529 West 20 Street, NYC.
212 206 8080

Neil Young, 1969, 18 x 11 3,4 inches, $1,800.00

Inspired by his father, an amateur photographer, Nash started taking
photos at ten years old. Nash's iconic B&W photos of his friends in 69-70's.

Bob Dylan and Leon Russel, NYC 1970, $1,800.00

David Crosby and Phil Collins, 13 3/8 x 20", $1,800.00

Nash's self portrait Stars Bathroom, LA, 1969.
20 x 121/2 inches, $1,800.00

Many celebrities came out to show support for the artist/musician. 
Susan Sarandon at the reception, October 18, 2012.

Nash and Sarandon, musician Steve Marshall in the background.

Nash and Sarandon are widely known as activists in support of social justice,
peace, environmental stewardship and progressive politics.

Joni Mitchell, 1970, 15 x 15", $1,500.00

Rock photographer Bob Gruen and friends came out to see the work.

Nash's activism is refected in his new and provacative large format
assemblages, in mixed media.

Speak Up, 2012, 15 x 18 inches, NFS

Susan Sarandon and myself.

Jeffery Bregen and friend, his wife Dorian, in the background.

President of ACA Gallery, Jeffery Bergen and myself.

Dorian Bergen and friends.

Currently, Nash is nearing the end of the U.S. leg of Crosby, 
Stills & Nash' 2012 world tour, which concludes in October
with five nights at New York City's Beacon Theatre.
"It kicks off, October 22nd, hey Graham, I need a VIP pass".

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Caroline Bergonzi @ Angel Orensanz Foundation

Caroline Bergonzi, "Odyssey Project."
Tuesday, October 9, 2012, at the Angel Orensanz Foundation.
Bergonzi's large and diverse body of work is imaginative and representational.

Orensanz Foundation, 172 Norfolk street, NYC.

 Bergonzi conveys a true joy and bliss in the expression of her work.
It comes from and goes to the heart in the realm of her creation process.

The work exudes a mystical and universal consciousness.
She materializes effortlessly in various mediums,
painting, sculpture and design.

Caroline Bergonzi

Samurai, Steel, 50 x 51 x 33cm/ 20 x 19.7 x 13"

Caroline Bergonzi and myself.

Masks and Designs by Caroline Bergonzi.

Caroline Bergonzi with her Opus work, "The Apocalypse of Saint John"
in her Principality, of Monaco.

 Ron Mwangaguhunga, Caroline Bergonzi, David Barish and Barbara Fushille.

Olivia Jade Corvett, Creative Director of