Spring 2014 in New York. Visit Contemporary Art Fair! On Thursday, May 8 2014 from 4 pm to 8 pm at The Tunnel in Chelsea.
The early birds at an art fair get best pick. Visitors to the Contemporary Art Fair NYC Preview on Thursday, May 8 from 4pm to 8pm at The Tunnel in Chelsea will be the first to see the work of 100 established and emerging functional and fine artists as well as installation artists, curated by co-founders and directors Joanna and Richard Rothbard. Among them are:
Kim Carlino, from Easthampton, Mass., who painted “Cosmological Formations,” series IV, III in watercolor and ink on yupo. http://www.kimcarlinoart.com/. In a more representational style Peiliang Jin, whose studio is in Flushing, NY, painted an untitled watercolor of trees at sunset. www.plartstudio.com.
Brattleboro, Vt.-based Randi Solin’s work–which incorporates techniques from classic Venetian glassblowing and the American Art Glass movement, combined with her own coloration process–is in the permanent collection of the White House and in US embassies around the world. www.solinglass.com.
Stacey Elder, whose studio is in Calvin, W. Va., created “Yellow Line Explosion” in acrylic, latex, pouring gel medium, spray paint, ink, fabric paint, and yarn on canvas. staceyelderart.weebly.com
Working in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, Parris Jaru painted “Grasp,” using plant pigment powder with oil and acrylic on canvas. http://www.parrisjaru.com/. Queens New York artist William Conroy Lindsay created “Turquoise Squiggle on Fluorescent Pink Landscape.” www.willsquigdesign.com/. Also from Queens, Soyoung An, in the US for just a year from the Republic of Korea, painted “Judge,” in oil. www.soyoungan.com
Laurie Goddard, Shelburne Falls, Mass, painted “Fellowship – Audition,” mixed media on panel. It is part of a Fellowship series that includes Familiarity, Merger and Belief. www.lauriegoddard.com.