New Rochelle, New York━Mahlstedt Gallery is pleased to announce the
exclusive representation of abstract painter Gary Patick, whose passion
for artistic expression has contributed to his success throughout his career.
Currently based in NYC, Gary Patick has been featured in various shows
in the New York metropolitan area and is often praised for his vibrant and
unique contemporary style.
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New Rochelle, New York━Mahlstedt Gallery is pleased to announce the exclusive representation of the award-winning artist Maurice Sapiro, whose works have been exhibited in various exhibitions throughout NYC and the northeast region. Currently living in Connecticut, Sapiro has been painting Realism still lifes for over 60 years and continues to amaze and inspire art enthusiasts with his unique ability to capture and translate nature through light and color.
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Mahlstedt Gallery 415 Huguenot Street New Rochelle, Westchester, NY, 10801
If you’ve ever traveled to a major city and have noticed and admired a statue in a park or a mural on the side of a building, you have been artistically moved by a piece of public art. Commissioned with the intention of both beautifying and enriching the surrounding area, public art is by definition any kind of artwork that is accessible to any and every one. A common false assumption is that public art is funded solely by public finds. However, that is not always the case considering how a good portion of public art is either donated by patrons or artists themselves. Classic examples of public art include commemorative statues and sculptures as mentioned before, along with murals, outdoor paintings, and fountains. But public art can also be a bit more discreet when one stops to consider the architecture of restored historical buildings – that too is a form of public art. Downtown New Rochelle has some fantastic examples of public art – among the most notable is the exhibition of the fleur de lis artist competition during the recent art walk. MALO, represented by Mahlstedt Gallery, was one of the artists selected to paint one of the 5-foot sculptures. Aside from aesthetic beauty, this project evoked thoughts about international culture and history – all in honor of the city’s 325th anniversary.
As you can see, this wasn’t MALO’s first time creating public art.
The Mahlstedt Gallery in New Rochelle is excited to present Shadow Odyssey.
This group exhibition will consist of original works by a list of over ten contemporary artists working in a variety of styles and using varied medium including painting, drawing, manipulated digital photography and sculpture.The show has been curated in order to focus on the idea of the personal journey, whether it be cerebral, spiritual or physical. Each artist approaches the subject separately, allowing for an exceptionally
interesting and diverse dialogue between the work and is intended to allow the viewer the opportunity to partake in a visual journey of their own.
This exhibition will run from May 1st through May 24th with an opening reception and celebration on Saturday, May 1st from 6 to 9pm.
Artists Included: Jared Boechler, Kendra Binney, Weston Lambert, MALO,
Gus and Lina Ocamposilva, Gary Patrick, Sandra Vucicevic,
David Whitlam, Jeanne Wilkinson, Ellie Winberg
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415 Huguenot Gallery
New Rochelle, NY 10801
I love finding new artwork that pushes the boundaries of the ordinary. Disney’s grasp of the princess icons has long been the subject of inspiration for many artists, often being re-imagined as more alluring and downright sexy. Here we have artists integrating our favorite Disney ladies into the classic pin-up style, accentuating the curves and voluptuous beauty of a woman’s body, yet still staying true to each individual character. I’m willing to say that this new mode of “fan-fiction” has not only become its own artistic movement, but one of incredible power. This idea can be connected to the work of artists such as Daniel Merriam.
Have you seen Frozen?
Elsa, Disney’s newly inducted princess, may have live in an ice castle, but she is by far the hottest princess to be animated under the Disney logo. The film’s show-stopping musical number focuses on her transformation from timidity into empowerment. But it’s not just her gaining confidence that makes such a hot topic. By the end of her song, Elsa is donning a sleek, icy-blue, off-the-shoulder dress with a slit up to her thigh, tousled her braid, leaving her bangs to flow freely, and last but not least—rouges up her lipstick.
“The cold never bothered me anyway.”
What’s not to love?
Check out this link to see more great artwork of re-imagined Disney princesses.
Images are courtesy of: http://artentertainments.com/sexy-disney-pics, Disney’s Frozen, avalongallery.com