Works on View


GIUSEPPE ALBI
2006, “Scribbles”

  • 16″ x 16″, Framed
  • Acrylic on styrene

 

 


DOROTHY ARNOLD
2000, “Rhythms of Gold”

  • 12″ x 12″
  • Acrylic, glass & mirror on canvas

 

 


LUCY BAKER
2000, “Two Yellow Dots”

  • 20″ x 16″
  • Acrylic and Glitter on Canvas

 

 


PAUL BEHNKE
2014, “Siding Spring”

 

 


STEPHANIE BERNHEIM
1999, “Pine Plains Vinyl #2”

  • 12.75” x 10”, Framed
  • Laser with Polaroid prints

 

 


STEPHANIE BERNHEIM
1999, “Pine Plains Vinyl #3”

  • 12.75” x 10”, Framed
  • Laser with Polaroid prints

 

 


STEPHANIE BERNHEIM
1999, “Pine Plains Vinyl #4”

  • 12.75” x 10”, Framed
  • Laser with Polaroid prints

 

 


STEPHANIE BERNHEIM
1999, “Pine Plains Vinyl #5”

  • 12.75” x 10”, Framed
  • Laser with Polaroid prints

 

 


GARRY BERTEIG
1992, “Moon Smoke”

 

 


RANDY BLOOM
1998, “Philosopher’s Way”

 

 


SYDNEY BLUM
Circa 1990’s, “9XWRVH flock L”

  • (9) 1′ x 3′
  • Cement sculptures

 

 


EDWARD CHAPLIN
2005, “Decomposed Composition 2″

  • 21″ x 24″
  • Acrylic on canvas

 

 


CORA CLUETT
2014, “Green Could Be Like That (study)”

  • 10″ x 10″
  • Acrylic on canvas on panel

 

 


CORA CLUETT
2014, “The Nature of Redness”

  • 18″ x 18″
  • Acrylic on canvas on panel

 

 


JAMIE DALGLISH
2000, “Pink Panther Bust”

 

 


SARAH DINEEN
2015, “Certain Dark Things Study #17”

 

 


RAY DUNLAP
2007, “Silver Sliding Stallions”

  • 14.5″ x 14.5″
  • Acrylic and mixed media on canvas

 

 


JAMES DWYER
2000, “Fandango”

  • 13.5″ x 15″
  • Acrylic on canvas & Foam Core

 

 


MARY FRANK
1971, “Sea Study VIII”

 

 


EFRAT GALNOOR
2013, “GAC Production Floor”

 

 


RAINER GROSS
1995, “Line Work”

 

 


JEFFREY DEANE HALL
2015, “After Marsden Hartley – Portrait of a German Officer”

 

 


GEORGE HOFMANN
2006-07, “Untitled Collage, After Giotto”

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
Circa 1960’s, “Untitled”

  • 20″ x 22″, Framed
  • Watercolor on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
Circa 1960’s, “Untitled”

  • 19″ x 26.5″, Framed
  • Watercolor on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1958, “Untitled”

  • 27.5″ x 19″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1958, “Untitled”

  • 27.5″ x 19″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1964, “Untitled”

  • 28″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink and watercolor on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1963, “Untitled”

  • 28″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1968, “Untitled”

  • 28″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1963, “Untitled”

  • 28″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1963, “Untitled”

  • 28″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1968, “Untitled”

  • 28″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1964, “Untitled”

  • 26.5″ x 21.5″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1965, “Untitled”

  • 23″ x 28″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1964, “Untitled”

  • 29″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
“Untitled”

  • 28″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1964, “Untitled”

  • 29″ x 23″, Framed
  • Ink and watercolor on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1963, “Untitled”

  • 23″ x 17″, Framed
  • Ink and watercolor on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
“Untitled”

  • 23″ x 17″, Framed
  • Ink and watercolor on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1981, “Untitled”

  • 17″ x 23″, Framed
  • Pastel on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1980, “Untitled”

  • 23″ x 17″, Framed
  • Pastel on paper

 

 


HORTENSE KASSOY
1981, “Untitled”

  • 23″ x 17″, Framed
  • Pastel on paper

 

 


ELLEN LANYON
2004, “Iris – Whole & Part”

  • 11.75″ x 11.75″
  • Acrylic on panel

 

 


DAVID MACKENZIE
2007, “#6 – 2007 – 04″

  • 12″ x 12″
  • Acrylic on canvas

 

 


VALERIE MARGOLIS
1988, “Green Monolith”

 

 


VALERIE MARGOLIS
1985, “Two Heads V”

 

 


VALERIE MARGOLIS
1994, “Ideogram on Ochre”

 

 


PAMELA MARKS
2014, “Video Composite 22”

  • 12″ x 12″
  • Acrylic on canvas

 

 


STEVE MCCALLUM
2000, “Simple Summer”

  • 25.5″ x 25.5″
  • Acrylic on canvas

 

 


DAVID MCGOUGH
2009, “Michael Jackson 1984 NY – 8/100”

 

 


DAVID MCGOUGH
2009, “Michael Jackson 1984 NY – 9/100”

 

 


DAVID MCGOUGH
1984, “Madonna 1984 NY – 5/11”

 

 


ALLISON MILLER
2015, “Not So Gray”

 

 


ENDA O’DONOGHUE
2014, “Skylab – #1”

 

 


MEL PREST
2012, “GF Sunflower”

 

 


PAUL SHAKESPEAR
2012, “Folio”

 

 


BONELL SILVERMAN
2005, “Orange Mist”

  • 37″ x 29″
  • Acrylic, fiberglass screening, and cotton sheet on canvas

 

 


SANDI SLONE
1999, “Fontana”

 

 


SANDI SLONE
1999, “Wave Theory”

 

 


SUSANNA STARR
1998, “Sponge Study”

  • 4″ x 9″ x 6″
  • Acrylic on synthetic sponge

 

 


CAROL SUTTON
2004, “Scallop Triangle”

 

 


ERIN TREACY
2013, “Cap, Covered, Conceal”

 

 


REINHARD VOIGT
2000, “Untitled”

  • 16.5″ x 15″
  • Acrylic on canvas

 

 


CHUCK WEBSTER
2005, “Untitled”

 

 


JERALD WEBSTER
1999, “Trinidad”

  • 16″ tondo
  • Acrylic on panel

 

 


MASON WILLIAMS & SHERI HOEGER
2007, “X O Stencilism”

 

 


KEVIN WITZKE
2012, “The Cornfield (237 Bell Road)”

  • 25.75″ x 18.25″
  • Acrylic and earth pigment on paper

 

 


CHARLES HOSSEIN ZENDEROUDI
2000, “The Cow in NY #33″

 

 

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