Spanning over 60 years and featuring the works by 17 different artists, Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is overjoyed to mount a lovely exhibition with a wide range of styles and subjects from the country to the sea.
Opened on June 24 at Madelyn Jordon Fine Art in Scarsdale, New York, “In the Country, By the Sea” is an outstanding group exhibition featuring paintings, works on paper, prints, and sculpture from 17 artists spanning over 60 years.
Ranging from the abstract to plein air, impressionistic, realism, and more, the exhibition is sure to have something for every art connoisseur to enjoy. The gallery writes, “The works do not seek to merely describe a location, but to capture the overall energy and mood specific to a place or moment in time. The impressionist works illustrate the artist’s mastery of technique, while the abstract works communicate a subjective experience associated with that place.”
David Kimball Anderson, “Pewter Jar and Paperwhites,” 2012, bronze, steel, and paint, 20 x 12 1/2 x 5 1/2 (c) Madelyn Jordon Fine Art 2016
Among the artists included are Rebecca Allan, David Kimball Anderson, Stanley Boxer, Byron Browne, Derek Buckner, Richard Diebenkorn, Nicola Dill, Tamara English, Elissa Gore, Adam Handler, Eugene Healy, Larry Horowitz, Larry Kelsey, Gary Komarin, DJ Leon, and Susan Wides.
“In the Country, By the Sea” will be on view through August 20. To learn more, visit Madelyn Jordon Fine Art.
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