One person or group art exhibitions
Throughout the year I showcase some of my artwork at selected fine art galleries throughout the country, Some of which have become regular group ehibitions where as others are one person exhibitions. Below are a select number of links to specific galleries who have showcased my artwork. Although not an exhaustive list of art galleries I have worked with it does provide a good plethora of galleries sympathetic to the idiosyncratically strong style of work that I create.
The Scott Bundy Art Gallery
The Scott Bundy Gallery is located in the gorgeous seaside community of Kennebunkport, Maine. Situated on the banks of the Kennebunk River, the Bundy Gallery is within a stone’s throw of the best attractions and amenities in southern Maine including award-winning restaurants and inns, charming shops, pristine beaches, and the summer home of George and Barbara Bush. A visit to the Scott Bundy Gallery is a “must do” for your trip to our scenic seaside village.
The Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery is run by the New Hampshire Art Association which is a non-profit art association founded in 1940. Twenty-Five thousand people per year engage with the NHAA Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery and they also run off-site exhibitions which help to attract their significant international audience.
Walter Wicksier Gallery
The Walter Wickiser Gallery, located in the prestigious Fine Art Building in Chelsea was established in 1992. As the son of artist and art educator Ralph Wickiser, was formerly the Chairman of the graduate art program at Pratt University from 1962-1978. Walter Wickiser was born and raised in the American art world amongst internationally renowned modern artists including Franz Kline, Jacob Lawrence, George McNeil, Stephen Pace and Phillip Pearlstein. Friendship, at a very early age, with the Milton Avery and Yasuo Kuniyoshi families provided a special mentoring and education which proved very beneficial to his career as an art dealer.
Art 3 Gallery
A fine art gallery located in a restored townhouse in the historic Millyard district of Manchester, NH, the gallery boasts that it includes one of the largest collections of art by New Hampshire, New England, national, and international artists. From representational to abstract, in a wide range of mediums, available artwork includes original oils, watercolors, pastels, and collage. Posters, limited edition prints, and lithographs round out a collection including sculptures in glass, ceramic, wood, metal, and fiber.