Six Artists Explore Portraiture in Pelham Art Center Exhibition

"Self Portrait (White Wall, No Shirt)" by John Mitchell Pelham Art Center explores the art of portraiture in its latest exhibition, Near to You. The group exhibition, on view through March 24, features the portraits of six artists who share their challenging approaches to the genre. Works on view will ask the viewers to contemplate ... Read More »

Destined for Destruction, Paintings Find Their Way From Garage to Gallery

"No. 384" by Arthur Pinajian (image courtesy of OSilas Gallery) Recluse artist Arthur Pinajian didn’t find much commercial success during his life. Years later, however, he became a highly valued artist when his work was salvaged before its destruction. Better late than never, according to Concordia College’s OSilas Gallery in Bronxville. The Gallery is showcasing ... Read More »

Artist Carla Rae Johnson Imagines the Unlikely Gatherings of Creative Figures

Anne Frank Meets Albert Schweitzer from “The Seance Series” by Carla Rae Johnson (photo credit: Howard Goodman) Westchester Community College (WCC)’s Fine Art Gallery in Valhalla presents a series of works by artist Carla Rae Johnson through March 10. The exhibition title, Séance, references a meeting during which participants attempt to communicate with spirits. The ... Read More »