A selection of the greatest works of the city
Acrilico sobre canvas y plástico, 30 x 24 inches, 2000 by Miguel Angel de la Cruz
Este cuadro representa el levantamiento de Peluche mi perro que fue golpeado mortalmente por un vehiculo en la carretera, algunos días despues del Huracan María por Puerto Rico.
Of Water, Earth, Wind and the Void
Oil on Canvas, 40 x 30 x 1 inches, 2020 by John McCarthy
Inspired by the color combinations of Japanese master Sanzo Wada, this abstract oil painting reflects the elements of nature and life.
Bayes’ Theorem and Monty Hall’s Happiness Door No. 3
Acrylic/Mixed Media on Cradled Board, 24 x 24 x 1 inches, 2019 by John McCarthy
While reviewing pictures of ancient doors of China and their amazing patina, I was reminded of the game show with Monty Hall and the scientific theorem that was at play with the doors and the fact that people just wanted to be happy with whatever was behind them.
Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 20 inches, 2019 by Alice Lipping
Abstract Expressionist Painting
Acrylic on Canvas
Painted with brushes, wedges, and palette knives to achieve depth, movement and texture.
Painting is on Wrapped Canvas and sides are painted so there is no need for framing.
Collage, 13 x 13 x 1 inches, 2020 by Carmine Santaniello
These new collages were during the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic to the present day. I call these works spontaneous because they are not planned out, they just evolve. They are chaotic with a form of kinetic energy that now I see as a release of my fear, isolation and the unknown of a “new normal” during these difficult times. As an artist this has been a cathartic and therapeutic body of work that has gotten me through this pandemic up until today.
Photograph, 13 x 19 inches, 2016 by Robert Daniel Ullmann
One of the images from my work on the homeless of NYC
Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 18 x 1 inches, 2019 by Alice Lipping
This Painting was done as part of a Black and White Series. I enjoy going back to basics with Black and White because I can get so much dimension and depth within the painting. This piece was painted with silicone wedges which helps create movement through layering and subtractive measures.
Vivid – skip 6
acrylic on canvas, 18 x 18 x 3 inches, 2020 by Maia Nero
Abstract expressionist style adding a thought provoking process for the admirer to question what they visualize this is what inspires me as an artist; as it can captivate those looking at my work with wonder. Again I find inspiration for my journey though nature whether walking, hiking or having travelled to Machu Picchu, Peru, and Angel Falls Venezuela.
Acrylic on canvas, 12 x 12 x 2 inches, 2020 by Maia Nero
Abstract painting that expresses my passion for nature. My ability to maintain a mixed medium layered work with integrity for design and layout. This work is titled: “Vivid – skip 8” – ; my abstract work can be hung horizontally or vertically, my use of colour is inspired from a young age living in upstate NY and enjoying nature walks, currently I walk Riverside Park, NYC surrounded by water, sunsets, moon-glow, and gardens. Many of my works have been developed over the years from landscapes working in oil, to mono-prints for a complete review look at my website contact me on Instagram my.art.creative.expression or my email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Sanded, scraped N scratched
Acrylic on cradled board, 18 x 18 x 1 inches, 2020 by Carmine Santaniello
First time painting in acrylic. Just being free and exploring a new medium.
Dark Entry to a Lonesome Devil’s Lair
Acrylic on Cradled Board, 36 x 24 x 1 inches, 2019 by John McCarthy
This work was inspired by the music and lyrics of the gothic band Bauhaus. While the lyrics and music is somewhat dark and foreboding, the light colors and gentle feel of the painting lures the unwitting soul to the lair of the devil.