Summer Art Exhibit: Alexander Rutsch


Monday, August 24, 2015
10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Summer Art Exhibit: Alexander Rutsch Retrospective

Opening Reception Saturday June 13th from 6pm to 9pm.

June 13th – August 30th, 10am-4pm, Monday through Saturday.

transFORM Gallery announces their art exhibit for the Summer season, a retrospective of Alexander Rutsch’s work, sponsored by Westchester Magazine at the transFORM showroom and gallery in New Rochelle, NY.

The celebrated Austrian artist approached painting and sculpting as he lived life- with the eyes of a child and the hand of a poet. Constantly in the quest for rhythms of form and vibrations of color, he caught the “sparks in the shadow” and evidenced their fullest reality and beauty in his creations.

His work is held in the collections of H.M Queen Fabiola of Belgium, Walter Cronkite of New York, Gala and Salvador Dali, Sammy Davis Jr, Jacqueline Kennedy- Onassis, Guy Laroche of Paris, Belgium’s Museum of Liège, Paris’s Musée d’Art Moderne, New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Baroness Alix de Rothschild of France.

He was an artist of the purest breed-an artist who had no choice but to paint. He was a chosen traveler of the depths of existence; a man who followed a longing to explore his inner self and relate his findings with the energy of the universe.

The opening reception for the art exhibit will be held on Saturday, June 13th from 6 to 9pm. The night will include delicious food and wine as well as musical entertainment by Eric Katz and Charlie Rhyner. Start off summer the right way and join transFORM Gallery in celebrating the occasion and the wonderful work of Alexander Rutsch. The artwork will be on display and available for purchase through August 30, 2015.


Event Location and Ticket Information

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transFORM Gallery
20 Jones Street
New Rochelle, NY
Handicap Accessible? Yes

Date: Monday, August 24, 2015
Times: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Ticket pricing:
Free event

Presenter: transFORM Gallery
Presenter Phone: 914.500.1000
Presenter Website:

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