September 14 - September 27

In Transit

ISAAC PAYNE

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you the fifteenth edition in our series of online exhibitions, Maja Godlewska: Evanescent. While life continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

August 24 - September 6

Stylized Memories

HUNG LIU

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you the fifteenth edition in our series of online exhibitions, Maja Godlewska: Evanescent. While life continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

August 10 - August 23

Evanescent

MAJA GODLEWSKA

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you the fifteenth edition in our series of online exhibitions, Maja Godlewska: Evanescent. While life continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

July 27 - August 9

Narrative + Abstraction

DAVID HUFFMAN

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you the thirteenth edition in our series of online exhibitions, Marek Ranis: The Liminal Series. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

July 13 - July 26

The Liminal Series

MALEK RANIS

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you the thirteenth edition in our series of online exhibitions, Marek Ranis: The Liminal Series. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

June 29 - July 12

Cheerfully Scared

BARBARA SCHREIBER

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you the eleventh edition in our series of online exhibitions, Barbara Schreiber: Cheerfully Scared. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

June 15 - 28

What is Reality?

ALEX KATZ

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you the eleventh edition in our series of online exhibitions, Alex Katz: What is Reality? While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love. 

June 1 - 14

Art as Social Catalyst

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you our tenth edition of a weekly series of online exhibitions, Art as Social Catalyst. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

May 25 - 31

Dreaming in Crystal Blue

JOSHUA JENSEN-NAGLE

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you our ninth edition of a weekly series of online exhibitions, Joshua Jensen-Nagle: Dreaming in Crystal Blue. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

May 18 - May 24

Flowering Primary Colors

DONALD SULTAN

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you our eighth edition of a weekly series of online exhibitions, Donald Sultan:
Flowering Primary Colors. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

May 11 - May 17

Women + Paper

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you our seventh edition of a weekly series of online exhibitions, Women + Paper: Mickalene Thomas – Alison Saar – Swoon. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

May 4 - May 11

Art for Mother's Day, Gallery Selections

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you our fourth edition of a weekly series of online exhibitions, Art for Mother’s Day, Gallery Selections. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

April 27 - May 4

HARMONIZING NATURE'S HYBRIDS

AURORA ROBSON

Aurora Robson (b. 1972) is a multi-media artist known predominantly for her meditative work intercepting the plastic waste stream. Her practice is about subjugating negativity and shifting trajectories. Her work is a formal meditation on recurring nightmares she had as a child which she hybridizes with forms found in nature.

She describes her artwork as, …a meditation on integration and anti-discrimination. I aim to create visual, spiritual, and poetic harmony in uncomfortable areas ripe with neglect, friction or chaos.

The majority of the work I’ve been doing over the past decade has been centered around exploring plastic debris as a viable art material. We think of plastic as disposable when it is precisely the opposite, so I extract it from its problematic destructive fate and utilize its potential to become a source for enjoyable reflection. It is a process of rescuing, de-contextualizing and romancing. Developing more appropriate, robust and integrated methods for managing our residue is essential at this time. I see creative stewardship as a future positive way of art making that provides elements of creative problem solving and present day relevance to any studio practice.

Aurora is a recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Grant, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture, a TED/Lincoln Re-Imagine Prize, a National Endowment for the Arts Art Work Grant, and 2014 Resident Artist at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation. She has exhibited her work internationally in museums, galleries and non-traditional spaces since 2002. She lives and works in Hudson Valley, New York.

April 20 - April 26

FLOWING LAYERS

JUDY PFAFF

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you our fourth edition of a weekly series of online exhibitions, Judy Pfaff: Flowing Layers. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

Judy Pfaff (b. 1946) was born in London and later settled in America at the age of thirteen. She received her B.F.A. from Washington University and her M.F.A. from Yale University. From the beginning of her career in the 1970s, Pfaff has worked with a wide and unusual range of materials and moves back and forth easily between two- and three-dimensional work, creating art that is complex, profuse, and unique. Her dynamic, exuberant, large-scale works incorporate many different media. Like her installations, Pfaff’s prints have a three-dimensional presence and flowing quality with layered circles, lines and organic shapes echoing throughout the images. To bring the overall compositions together, her prints are often completed with hand-applied paints, fabric dyes, and collage layering.

Pfaff is the recipient of many awards including the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Sculpture Center (2014), the MacArthur Foundation Award (2004), and the Guggenheim Fellowship (1983). Her innovative work has brought her wide acclaim from galleries and museums throughout the United States, Europe, and the Far East, and her work can be found in such prestigious collections as the Detroit Institute of Art; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Pfaff lives and works in Tivoli, New York.

April 13 - April 19

LET THE MUSIC PLAY

STEPHEN WILSON

Sharing and engaging in art is more important now than ever. In that spirit, we are happy to present to you our second edition of a weekly series of online exhibitions, Stephen Wilson: Let the Music Play. While everything continues to shift around us, we hope that these new exhibitions give each of you a chance to experience the enthusiasm we bring to the art and artists we love.

Stephen Wilson continues his unique vision of “using threads to view the world.” Using his electrifying past, he turns his creative attention to his rock band era of the 1980s to create his latest series, “The Drop.”

April 6 - April 12

EMINENTLY MODERN

ELIZABETH WAGGETT

The works of British artist Elizabeth Waggett are highly sought after and have been exhibited internationally.  She has presented her work in New York, London, Hong Kong,  L.A, Abu Dhabi, Basel, Miami, Zurich, Brussels, Houston, and Paris. She has also been commissioned for the second time by HRH The Prince of Wales in collaboration of the Prince’s Trust, 50th anniversary.

Elizabeth has worked with luxury brands as such as Saks, Soho House and SLS Hotels and has been featured in campaigns alongside Fendi and Valentino. She holds an honours degree in Fashion and a postgraduate in Design from the University of Manchester. Elizabeth is currently residing and maintaining full time studio practice in New York. Her work has been featured in numerous national and global publications.

March 30 - April 5

SHARPS & SOUNDS

SHAUN CASSIDY

In this new body of work, Shaun Cassidy has created sculptural equivalents of the emotional and associative resonances of specific musical sounds. Each work, through its form, composition, stance and color, captures specific nonverbal feelings.

Shaun was born in Surrey, England. He studied sculpture at Norwich School of Art, Norfolk, UK and at the University of Alberta, Canada and worked as a studio assistant to Sir Anthony Caro in London. His sculptures have been exhibited extensively throughout the US including the Socrates Sculpture Park, NY; Franconia Sculpture Park, MN; Forum for Contemporary Art, St Louis, MO; Columbia Museum of Art, SC; and De Cordova Museum, MA. In print, his art has been featured in Sculpture Magazine, Art in America, and the Wall Street Journal. He is a Professor of Sculpture in the Department of Fine Art at Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC.