Saturday, March 24, 2012

Have a Look!

At The Four Seasons, New York

After Rain, the new painting I mentioned in a previous post, can be seen in its party clothes at Arcadia Fine Arts' second Manhattan location, starting next Saturday, 31 March 2012.

Here's is a photo of the new uptown space, with a gaggle of Jurney paintings from a January installation this year.
The central painting, St. Martin's Summer, measures 6 feet x 8 feet. In this grand space, however, it looks like a postage stamp.

If you find yourself in midtown Manhattan (perhaps joining the the Easter parade in your bonnet?) do stop by to visit the new gallery, nestled in its glittering I. M. Pei setting.

And make sure to introduce yourself to Michael Ruple, the uptown gallery's Director. In addition to wearing this hat (bonnet?), Michael is also an accomplished artist.

The galley space is open 'round the clock, and staffed from noon 'til 8 p.m.

Arcadia Gallery at The Four Seasons Hotel, 57 East 57th Street, New York, New York

1 comment:

  1. My desire is to stand in front of one of your six foot paintings and feel as though I can walk right into that space in time. Glorious exhibition, Donald!