NEWS

"The Stable at 10am" 2016. 48x60 in, oil on canvas. Part of "Sonata" series of paintings showing August 12 - September 21 2017 at T Gallery, Southampton, NY.

"The Stable at 10am" 2016. 48x60 in, oil on canvas. Part of "Sonata" series of paintings showing August 12 - September 21 2017 at T Gallery, Southampton, NY.

8/12 - 9/21/2017  Solo exhibit of new paintings: T Gallery in Southampton, NY  Artist reception August 24, 5-7pm 4 North Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968 gallery contact: TRM@TGallery.com 212.679.8585

7/10 - 7/15/2017  I'm offering a 1 WEEK WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP in Sag Harbor/ East Hampton area. Click HERE for details.

3/10/2017 Working in the studio on new paintings

2/2017  I made an amazing journey through South India and Thailand.  See some of my impressions including new watercolors on Instagram HERE

12/28/2016  Read recommendations for 2017 from me and 26 other women artists in Paul D'Agostino's "Flipping Scripts: Art Notes for 2017" in Brooklyn Magazine.

12/4/2016 Closing reception at "Incipiences" exhibit, 14 Kossuth Place, Brooklyn NY 4:30-6pm Open to the public

2016 November 19 Opening reception for Incipiences, an off-site Centotto exhibit hosted by The Buggy Factory, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY 6-8pm

2016 November 6  Sunday Artists Talk join curator Leslie Kerby and artists Maud Bryt, Bob Seng (and Anna Luppi via Skype) for conversation 3-4:30pm at the gallery 156 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Floor.

2016 October "Adam" (2014) installed at The Nantucket Project, 123 Mason Street, Greenwich, CT

2016 Fall Winter - 2017  "Eve" (2013) on view at private residence in Greenwich CT

2016 October 27 Bronze sculpture "Eve" on view and up for auction at the annual benefit for New York Studio School 8 West 8th Street, NYC

"Petals on a wet, black bough" (54 monoprints and a book) and "Heavy Lies the Head" (4 bronze crowns) showing at:

2016 October 18 - November 19 Exit: Strategy Curated by Leslie Kerby with art by Maud Bryt, Anna Luppi and Bob Seng at Project: ARTspace 156 Fifth Avenue (at 21st Street), Suite 308. Opening reception Tuesday October 18, 6:30-8:30pm

2016 September 28 6:30-8:30pm "Ways and Means: A New Look at Process and Materials in Art" Panel Discussion moderated by curator and producer Jason Andrew at Arts Students League of New York

2016 July 11 - October 7  Group exhibition at the 1285 Avenue of the Americas Gallery organized by Norte Maar and curated by Jason Andrew. Join me at the opening reception at the gallery Monday July 18, 6-8pm.

Ways and Means: A New Look at Process and Materials in Art

Review by Thomas Micchelli in Hyperallergic

The New Criterion Critic's Pick for July 25th

Opening reception: July 18, 6-8pm at 1285 Avenue of the Americas (at 51st Street), New York, New York.

Opening reception: July 18, 6-8pm at 1285 Avenue of the Americas (at 51st Street), New York, New York.

"Morning" on display with  23 other artists' works in "Ways and Means: a new look at process and materials in art" at 1285 Avenue of the Americas Gallery July 11- October 7, 2016

"Morning" on display with  23 other artists' works in "Ways and Means: a new look at process and materials in art" at 1285 Avenue of the Americas Gallery July 11- October 7, 2016

2016 June 26 - July 18  A recent sculpture and recent drawing of mine are in the 59th Chautauqua Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art in Chautauqua, NY, curated by Steven Harvey and Jennifer Samet. Here's a map, in case you'll be nearby

"I See You" (sculpture) and "Up and Over" (big drawing on wall)  on display at Chautauqua Institute's 59th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art summer 2016

"I See You" (sculpture) and "Up and Over" (big drawing on wall)  on display at Chautauqua Institute's 59th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art summer 2016

2016 May

I'm included in New York curator Jason Andrew's "LIC Open Studios 10 Must-See-Artists" list!  "one of the most unique sculptors I’ve seen working today"-- thanks Jason! Click HERE to see his article.

2016 April

All of the Crowns and the Head (named "Argos" by his new owner) have found good homes!

Argos at home in Greenwich, CT looking out over the Long Island Sound

Argos at home in Greenwich, CT looking out over the Long Island Sound

Great and inspiring one-week trip to Rome. 

Pen sketch of the Pantheon from my sketchbook.

Pen sketch of the Pantheon from my sketchbook.

 

2016 March

Karen Wilkin brought her MFA class from New York Studio School to visit my studio. Lots of good questions and observations from these up-and-coming artists.

 

2015 September

Two-week Triangle Arts Association Workshop in Salem, NY was a lot of fun and I think I made a big step forward with my thinking thanks to other artists at the Workshop and visiting artists and critics.

Lots of new friends and new ideas for my work thanks to Triangle Arts Association

Lots of new friends and new ideas for my work thanks to Triangle Arts Association

2015 August

"Iris" was selected by curator Jason Andrews to be in the New York Studio School Alumni Exhibition 2015.  

"Iris", 2015

"Iris", 2015

Also this month I was on vacation and painted every day from life.

Watercolors on the studio wall once I got back home.

Watercolors on the studio wall once I got back home.

2015 July

Taking a break from sculpture for a few weeks in July, I painted a series of paintings based on my friend's photo of his swimming group. To me it seemed like a great male version of Matisse's The Dance and I had to explore the image.  Most of these paintings sold and now live in the UK.

Studio wall full of Swimmers drawings and paintings in the works

Studio wall full of Swimmers drawings and paintings in the works

June 2015 - June 2016

The oil portrait I made of my mother-in-law, Bunny Bryt, was accepted into the BP Portrait Award 2015 exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London and was exhibited in London, Edinburgh and Belfast over the course of the year.

My husband Bartley with "Nana" at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

My husband Bartley with "Nana" at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

2014 Autumn

Great review of show at John Davis Gallery by Karen Wilkin in Hudson Review. See page 467. Thank you, Karen Wilkin! 

2014 Summer

Solo exhibition of bronze sculptures in the garden at John Davis Gallery in Hudson, NY. I am so grateful to John for giving me this opportunity.

"Eve" on view at John Davis Gallery along with the "Backs", "Adam", and "Crowns"

"Eve" on view at John Davis Gallery along with the "Backs", "Adam", and "Crowns"

For earlier news, please see CV