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Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987)

Uncle Sam from Myths (FS II. 259) (6/200), 1981

Screen-print on Lenox Museum Board

38 x 38 in

 Now Available at New River Fine Art

Andy Warhol’s 1981 “Myths” portfolio is among the artist’s most sought-after print series.

“Everybody has their own America, and then they have pieces of a fantasy America that they think is out there but they can’t see,” the artist once observed. “You live in your dream America that you’ve custom-made from art and schmaltz and emotions just as much as you live in your real one.”

Nowhere is this national fantasy clearer than in Warhol’s Myths series of from the early 1980s.

 The 10 silkscreens showcase a variety of fictional characters, from Uncle Sam to Santa Claus and Superman, that Warhol viewed as essential components of American culture.

 While Warhol often used found images for his portraits of celebrities, he took a different approach for the “Myths” portfolio. The Pop artist invited friends and actors into his studio to pose for his Polaroid camera, dressed up as Dracula, Uncle Sam, the mammy archetype, and the Wicked Witch of the West from the film The Wizard of Oz.


Roy Lichtenstein (1923 - 1997)

Reflections on Conversation (31/68), 1990

Lithograph, screen-print, woodcut on paper and metalized PVC on paper

47.37 x 60.75 in

 

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Reflections on Conversation 1990 is from a group of seven Reflections prints which Lichtenstein worked on at Tyler Graphics in Mount Kisco, New York during 1989 and 1990. These prints are recorded in the artist’s catalogue raisonné and described as combining ‘lithography, screenprint, and relief with collage and embossing. Swan Engraving, Bridgeport, Connecticut, processed the magnesium plates.’ (Corlett 1994, pp.221–6).

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NOW AVAILABLE!!!!

Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987)

Mao (FSII. 99)

1972

 (73/250)

Screen-print on Becket High White paper

36 x 36 in

Mao Zedong, also known as Chairman Mao, was a Chinese communist revolutionary who was the founder of the People's Republic of China (PRC), which he ruled as the chairman of the Chinese Communist Party from its establishment in 1949 until his death in 1976. Ideologically a Marxist–Leninist, his theories, military strategies, and political policies are collectively known as Maoism.

Andy Warhol based his 10 screen-prints that comprise the present work on the official portrait of the Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong (1893-1976), that was illustrated on the cover of the widely circulated 1966 publication Quotations from Chairman Mao Zedong, also known as the Little Red Book. Party members were strongly encouraged to carry a copy with them as it contained the foundations of Maoist ideology.



We are so excited to see that actress @KateWalsh has her own Hunt Slonem Bunny Collection. So Cool! See it on her Instagram account at:

Well done Kate, well done. 



“PROTA”, by Hunt Slonem…One of the wonderfully whimsical bunnies in a variety of media in HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass, closing on Feb 21, 2021 at New River Fine Art. Be sure to stop by the gallery before next week to see bunnies in Bronze, Neon, Blown Glass, Oil on Canvas, and many other variations on the beloved nursery rhyme cuddly.

Hunt Slonem (born Hunt Slonem, July 18, 1951) is an American painter, sculptor, and printmaker. He is best known for his Neo-Expressionist paintings of butterflies, bunnies, and his tropical birds, often based on a personal aviary in which he has been keeping from 30 to over 100 live birds of various species. Slonem's works are included in many important museum collections all over the world; he is exhibiting regularly at both public and private venues, and he has received numerous honors and awards.

HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass | New River Fine Art | 822 E. Las Olas Blvd. | Fort Lauderdale, FL| 33301 | 954.524.2100 | www.newriverfineart.com 


As we wind down the last days of the #HUNTSLONEM: Through the Looking Glass exhibition at New River Fine Art, we want to share a selection of IG friendly images that are based on the exceptionally remarkable photography of @ShaunCruz. Shaun documented this exhibition for us and we love the documentation. HUNT SLONEM closes on Feb 21, 2021. So, we invite all of you out the gallery to see this amazing exhibition. Visit our website at www.newriverfineart.com for more information and artworks available from the exhibition.  DM us with any questions . 


HUNT SLONEM


HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass

Enjoy this video taken by @ShaunCruz, who captured the amazing Salon Bunny Wall in the Through the Looking Glass exhibition.


The Hunt Slonem exhibition at New River Fine Art runs through Feb 21, 2021. Closes Soon! See It Today!




5 DAYS LEFT

There are only 5 days left to see the HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass exhibition at New River Fine Art!

Continuing in his bold and brilliant investigation of the world’s flora and fauna, Slonem’s groundbreaking metamorphic transformation gives birth to a wonderfully refreshing realm of casted bronze, blown glass, neon, and multimedia-based au-courant artistry. 

Be sure to stop by the gallery before Feb 21, 2021 and see this amazing exhibition and installation of butterflies, birds, and bunnies.


Happy President’s Day from New River Fine Art.

 The holiday is the combination of days that originally had been set aside to honor Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln but has become much more — it is a chance to remember each of the individuals who has held the office, and the sacrifices they and their families have made to ensure our country’s institutions continue to function in an orderly manner, even when they have confronted tests few could have imagined.

Although most federal state and local office may be closed, NRFA is open! As you and your family enjoy the day, stop by the gallery to see the final days of HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass exhibition.


ART is the Perfect Gift for Valentine's Day! 

We have put together a wonderful selection of artworks that are perfect gift ideas for that special someone. 

Images:

Henri Matisse, Vigne

Salvador Dali, Meeting of Dante and Beatrice, from the Divine Comedy

Marc Chagall, Les Amoureaux de L’lsba

Borowski, Love Messenger

Jennifer JL Jones, Earthly Delight IV

Takashi Murakami, Small Flower Painting with Yellow, White, and Purple Flowers (64/ 300)

Marlene Rose, Butterfly- Gold with Red Rainbird

Debbie Carfagno, 12 Roses

Daum, Daum Orchid Amethyst pate de Verre Vase

Pietro & Riccardo Ferro, Caged Heart

Mr. Brainwash, Balloon Heart – Chrome Pink (2/8)

Damien Hirst, Heart Spin Painting

Hunt Slonem, Sunset Orange

Hunt Slonem, Untitled

Hunt Slonem, Carmine Red

Hunt Slonem, Red Bunny

Mr. Brainwash, Balloon Girl 


Dichroic Paintings

Slonem’s new dichroic painting series emerged, quite literally, through the looking glass.

The lush, dimensional line work of Slonem’s oil paintings led him to explore the layered complexity of dichroic glass.

Originally created by NASA as a coating for space-bound scientific instruments, the luminescent dichroic coating serves as an undulating canvas for the artist to carve his form into.

Presented in a custom-made ocular glass frame design sourced from the 18th century.

Dichroic glass is glass that has been coated with metal oxides in vapor form. The identifying feature of dichroic glass is the two-color shift depending on the lighting.

To make dichroic glass, the glass is placed in an airless vacuum chamber, then quartz crystal and metal oxides are heated to a vaporous form using electronic beam gun and the glass passes through the environment of vapor, coating the face and creating the color.


    Perfect Valentine’s Day Artwork for this    upcoming Lover’s Holiday!

    Damien Hirst b.1965

    Heart Spin Painting

    2009

   acrylic on paper

   21 h × 20¼ w in

   53 × 51 cm

 Created with public collaboration at the Damien Hirst Spin                         Workshop to celebrate the opening of Requiem at the                             PinchukArtCentre, Ukraine.

  Bears Hirst stamped signature and inscription ‘This painting was          made by to celebrate the opening of Damien Hirst, Requiem, at the      PinchukArtCentre on Damien Hirst [stamped signature] (c)Damien      Hirst’ to verso with ‘Hirst’ blindstamp.



ALL EARS

"All Ears" was the beginning of Hunt Slonem‘s long-term vision for monumental outdoor garden artworks.

Hunt Slonem
All Ears
2020
Glass Mosaic, Fiberglass Form
73 x 36 x 40 in

The artist revisits the mosaic medium for the first time in 20 years.

“All Ears”, the six-foot pink bunny debuting at New River Fine Art, was fabricated by master artisans.

Comprised of hand-cut and formed Italian sheet glass in iridescent pink tones, the work achieves a most unique light quality that is at once brilliant in reflectivity and nuanced in its depth of color. 

The sculptural form itself was based off Slonem’s new blown glass sculptures.

 Video Courtesy of Shaun Cruz


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ARTEZA

Thank You Dennis Pastorizo for the wonderful article on HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass you wrote for #Arteza.com.

We want to thank Arteza's support of our programming at New River Fine Art.

https://arteza.com/blog/art-gallery-spotlights-for-february-2021




The new smaller stainless-steel bunnies have arrived. These cute little sculptures are the perfect accent to any home!

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Hunt Slonem

Lucky Charm Blue, 2021, (1/100)

stainless steel, pigmented polyester/epoxy

14 x 14 x 3.50 in

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Hunt Slonem

Lucky Charm Purple, 2021, (1/100)

stainless steel, pigmented polyester/epoxy14 x 14 x 3.50 in

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Hunt Slonem

Lucky Charm Red, 2021, (1/100)

stainless steel, pigmented polyester/epoxy14 x 14 x 3.50 in



Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

Balloon Girl, 2020

Silkscreen & mixed media on paper

22 x 22 in

"The Iconic stenciled balloon girl reaches for the floating balloon as it drifts out of grasp. Feeling of despair and longing leave the face of this innocent child. The Basquiat inspired blue crown brings an air of majestic royalty to the figure while robust urban art layers create a vibrant composition."




Damien Hirst (b.1965)

Butterfly Spin Painting

2009

acrylic on paper

19¾ h × 26½ w in

50 × 67 cm

Created with public collaboration at the Damien Hirst Spin Workshop to celebrate the opening of Requiem at the Pinchuk Art Centre, Ukraine.

Bears Hirst stamped signature and inscription ‘This painting was made by to celebrate the opening of Damien Hirst, Requiem, at the Pinchuk Art Centre on Damien Hirst [stamped signature] (c)Damien Hirst’ to verso with ‘Hirst’.



BUNNY PAINTINGS

In the new exhibition at New River Fine Art, Hunt Slonem captivates the audience-goers with his signature abstract and painterly aesthetic. 

Now, he mixes his oil paintings within the new realm of Glass. His beloved bunnies are catapulted into a new 21st Century Pop World where form is ever-flowing, materials are explored, and statements are BOLD.

"...In American Art and American Literature, rabbits are often used as a symbol of fertility or rebirth. The species' role as a prey animal with few defenses evokes vulnerability and innocence.  Hence, the rabbit in Slonem’s new collection is the perfect visual paradigm and animal personification to explore because Hunt and his audiences alike are fully aware of this animal’s unique historical relevance and symbolic attributes."




Hunt Slonem Collection of new Salon Bunny Busts in Blown Glass

See these and the full selection of new works by the artist in the current exhibition at New River Fine Art

“Whipping the viewer into an ecstasy of artistic bliss, his new sculpture collection in “HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass” at New River Fine Art is a diverse mixture of ornate blue-chip craftmanship populated by Gothic Pop Art pageantry.”           -Lisa Burgess, President, NRFA



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HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass four video compilation by Fort Lauderdale photographer, Shaun Cruz that focuses on the distinct bodies of new work in the exhibition at New River Fine Art that runs through Feb 21, 2021. Visit www.newriverfineart.com for more information on Through the Looking Glass.


HUNT SLONEM

HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass

Hunt Slonem Collection of new Salon Bunny Busts in Blown Glass

See these and the full selection of new works by the artist in the current exhibition at New River Fine Art

“Whipping the viewer into an ecstasy of artistic bliss, his new sculpture collection in “HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass” at New River Fine Art is a diverse mixture of ornate blue-chip craftmanship populated by Gothic Pop Art pageantry.” 

 -Lisa Burgess, President, NRFA.



New River Fine Art is proud to be presenting this wonderful artwork by Roberto Matta for acquisition. Created in 1950, this work addresses need for civility and ethics in a time when we needed society to pay attention to the road ahead.

The 1950's were an important decade and Matta saw the struggles of these times in his metaphysical landscapes as well as reality.

Please contact us with any inquires and questions.

This artwork, by Matta was featured in the State Hermitage Museum's exhibition Roberto Matta: The Fourth Dimension, September 2018 - February 2019.

Inscription reads: "It is not a question of Superman; but of integreal the possible; dialectical humanism; humanity must be the synthesis".

Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Archives de L'Oeuvre de Matta issued Feb. 2000 and signed by Germana Ferrari-Matta.

Will be included in the forthcoming Matta Catalogue Raisonné, being prepared by Germana Ferrari – Matta.

Published | Bibliography:  Matta & The Fourth Dimension, Exhibition Catalog, The State Hermitage Museum

Skira Editore S.p.A, Palazzo Casati Stampa via Torino 61, 20123 Milano, Italy, Thames and Hudson Ltd.

Illustrated on Pages 118-119, color plate.



Purvis Young (1943 - 2010) 

Angel and Boats | Circa 1980's | Acrylic on board | 49 x 48 x 1 in

Purvis Young creates art from a gut instinct, using materials found from the streets of Miami’s inner city.  The resulting work constitutes powerful and honest art of the last thirty years.  Young’s work expresses his heartfelt concern for his community’s roots and lifelong friends.  The abundance of pregnant women populating the neighborhood, the hustle, bustle and chaos in the street, the infusion of boat people, the trucks passing above on the elevated interstate, funerals, celebrations, wars, soldiers, and Blues music men populate his oeuvre.

This triangular composition elongates the angelic figure in the center while giving linear exaggerations to the rolling waves that toss the boats that long for safe passage.

Slaves Ships guided by divine intervention making their journey to eternal peace and away from the suffering of colonial capitalism, captivate the imagination of this great and beloved Florida artist.


Mr. Brainwash

NEW ARRIVAL

The brightly colored artwork by Mr. Brainwash contains imagery of Mickey Mouse from Disney, Mr. Peanut of Planter Peanuts, Captain America from Marvel Comics, Keith Haring’s heart, and other elements of Pop Art fandom can be seen in this new arrival at New River Fine Arts.

Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

With All My Love

 2020

Silkscreen & mixed media on paper

22 x 22 in


Around 1992, Damien Hirst began to experiment with spin art.

He was inspired by memories of the technique of spin painting which he saw as a child on the BBC's Blue Peter. The technique involved the spinning of the canvas on a potter's wheel and the pouring of household emulsion onto the spinning canvas to create a startling array of splatted color.

Hirst eventually commissioned the fabrication of a personal spin art machine for his studio in Berlin.  

This new technique introduced an element of chance vs. the formulaic painting process of his earlier work- dots. 

However, it still maintained the underlying and fundamental Concept of mechanical intervention that he continues to explore in his work.

Damien Hirst was born in 1965 in Bristol and grew up in Leeds. In 1984 he moved to London, where he worked in construction before studying for a BA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths college from 1986 to 1989. He was awarded the Turner Prize in 1995.

Since the late 1980’s, Hirst has used a varied practice of installation, sculpture, painting and drawing to explore the complex relationship between art, life and death. Explaining: “Art’s about life and it can’t really be about anything else … there isn’t anything else,” Hirst’s work investigates and challenges contemporary belief systems, and dissects the tensions and uncertainties at the heart of human experience.

Damien Hirst (b. 1965) | Skull Spin Painting, 2009 | Acrylic on paper | 28 x 20 in

Available for sale at NRFA








New River Fine Art would like to give a huge "THANK YOU" to all our collectors, patrons, colleagues, friends, and family who attended the opening weekend events for the "HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass” exhibition at New River Fine Art.
 
HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass
Jan 22 - Feb 21, 2021

While Hunt Slonem may be a new name to many of our collectors, this American artist’s career and legacy are legendary.  Considered one of the great colorists of his time, Slonem’s Neo-Expressionist paintings have been collected by an astounding 85 museums internationally, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; Prado Museum; Madrid; The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY and the Guggenheim Museum, NY to name but a few.
 


In "Through the Looking Glass", Slonem achieves a new level of mischievous maturity, evolving beyond the painterly renditions of his favorite flora and fauna.  He embarks on a journey that explore eccentric airs of contemporary art making venturing into uncharted mediums and sculptural fabrications.  From the appealing realm of glass and the soft aura of polished bronze to the glow of neon, Slonem translates his beloved bunnies into 21st Century Pop.

 


Hunt Slonem could have partnered with any of the numerous museums or galleries he has worked with to introduce his new media.  We at New River Fine Art are honored and humbled to have been awarded this unique opportunity to unveil his new work here in Ft. Lauderdale and on a world-wide stage. 

 
Credit: All images and video  courtesy of Shaun Cruz


In this uniquely challenging time, we hope you can come to the gallery to see this exhibition in person, but if you find yourself at home, please contact your New River representative for online or private viewing options.
 
Kind Regards,
 
 
The New River Fine Art Team









 
 



 

In depth look at Hunt Slonem's new neon sculptures in the HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass exhibition at New River Fine Art.

Video Courtesy of Shaun Cruz.


Thank you to everyone who attended the opening weekend events for the HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass” exhibition at New River Fine Art.

Through the Looking Glass runs through Feb 21, 2021. Be sure to stop by the gallery to see these wonderful new works of art by international artist, Hunt Slonem.

Image:

Hunt Slonem
Silk Road, 2020
Oil on canvas
61 x 77 in

Hunt Slonem
Hopscotch (Yellow), 2021
Glass, Neon, Aluminum Housing
72 x 36 x 7 in


   


NRFA is so excited about the interview with NRFA President, Lisa Burgess and Authority Magazine.


Today is the Day! HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass opens at New River Fine Art, located at 822 E. Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33301. 

To inquire about the new Hunt Slonem selections, new art, and new collections, call 954.524.2100.


Stop by the gallery, located on historical @lasolasblvd, this weekend and see this hyper-wonderland!


HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass

Now Open!

Jan 22, 2021 - Feb 21, 2021




Last Chance to Register

RSVP for a Special - One Night Only - Artist Talk with Hunt Slonem, Exclusively Presented by NEW RIVER FINE ART during the 2021 FORT LAUDERDALE ​ART & DESIGN WEEK.

Thursday Jan. 21, 2021 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Online Only

Join Hunt Slonem as he discusses the inspirations and insights behind the new HUNT SLONEM COLLECTION premiering at NEW RIVER FINE ART on Jan. 22, 2021 in "Through the Looking Glass" exhibition that includes the worldwide debut of Glass Bunny Salon Busts, Neon Sculptures, Glow Boxes, Unique Blown Glass Bunnies, Bronze Sculptures, and so much more.

Moderated by Lisa Burgess, President of New River Fine Art.

Q & A to Follow.

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hunt-slonem-artist-talk-for-through-the-looking-glass-tickets-136316834321

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Artist Talk Tonight!

1-21-2021

Last Chance to Register...

See detail on our newest newsletter.

https://mailchi.mp/newriverfineart.com/hunt-slonem-through-the-looking-glass-12918469\


HUNT SLONEM: 
Through the Looking Glass

Opening Jan 22, 2021

RSVP for a Special - One Night Only - Artist Talk with Hunt Slonem, Exclusively Presented by NEW RIVER FINE ART during the 2021 FORT LAUDERDALE ​ART & DESIGN WEEK.
Thursday Jan. 21, 2021 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Online Only

Join Hunt Slonem as he discusses the inspirations and insights behind the new HUNT SLONEM COLLECTION premiering at NEW RIVER FINE ART on Jan. 22, 2021 in "Through the Looking Glass" exhibition that includes the worldwide debut of Glass Bunny Salon Busts, Neon Sculptures, Glow Boxes, Unique Blown Glass Bunnies, Bronze Sculptures, and so much more.

Moderated by Lisa Burgess, President of New River Fine Art.

Q & A to Follow.

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hunt-slonem-artist-talk-for-through-the-looking-glass-tickets-136316834321

Zoom Meeting Host: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86778055481?pwd=QU1HYTZaWkRneGtJbzhXV3JUQlhIUT09


OPENING JAN 22, 2021

New River Fine Art is pleased to announce “HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass”, a new collection of previously unreleased and trailblazing sculptural and two-dimensional artworks from contemporary artist, Hunt Slonem, debuting and running from January 22 – February 21, 2021 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

View the exhibition catalog here:

https://issuu.com/newriverfineart/docs/nrfa.hs.gallery.show.catalog_mid-res

“This new body of work was born out of these unexpected times,” said Slonem. “Given an opportunity to create work in an entirely new methodology, what has resulted is an artistic liberation of sorts. My established lexicon of forms has taken on new life in blown glass, in bronze, and other media, all in a visual culmination that is thrilling to me artistically. This moment in time has proven to be an impetus for an ever-expanding vocabulary of new work and I’m pleased to share it with you.”


NEON


“After Glow” (Red), “Hopscotch” (Yellow), and “Go Play” (Blue) are three six-foot neon sculptures that glow with an aura of playful and luminescent radiance. The neon bunnies are lambent lonesome lodestars, navigating through the three-dimensional repertoire. Larger than life, the Hunt-esque rabbits stand erect like facetious chaperons of this new Hyper-Wonderland.

With the acknowledgment that his iconic bunny forms are larger than life, Slonem’s new neon light sculptures are intended as a playful reinterpretation of his beloved rabbits. Each unique work in this exhibition is comprised of a custom powder-coated aluminum cabinet and delicate 12mm Italian neon tubing. For dramatic effect, hidden LED halo lighting is mounted behind the cabinet to create an ethereal glow.

“After Glow” (Red), “Hopscotch” (Yellow), and “Go Play” (Blue) are part of the upcoming “HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass” exhibition opening on Jan 22, 2021 at New River Fine Art.



EXHIBITION CATALOG

The Exhibition Catalog for "HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass" has arrived!!!
 
 
HUNT SLONEM:

Through the Looking Glass


Jan 22 - Feb 21, 2021 

 
EXHIBITION CATALOG
(Excerpts)
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Select Artworks
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Join Hunt Slonem on Jan 21, 2021 at 6 pm as he discusses his new three dimensional artwork.
 


RSVP for a Special - One Night Only - Artist Talk with Hunt Slonem, Exclusively Presented by NEW RIVER FINE ART during the 2021 FORT LAUDERDALE ​ART & DESIGN WEEK.

Thursday Jan. 21, 2021 | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Online Only

Join Hunt Slonem as he discusses the inspirations and insights behind the new HUNT SLONEM COLLECTION premiering at NEW RIVER FINE ART on Jan. 22, 2021 in "Through the Looking Glass" exhibition that includes the worldwide debut of Glass Bunny Salon Busts, Neon Sculptures, Glow Boxes, Unique Blown Glass Bunnies, Bronze Sculptures, and so much more.

Moderated by Lisa Burgess, President of New River Fine Art.

Q & A to Follow.

RSVP

Watch Lisa Burgess on Channel 39 News WSFL TV as she talks about the history of New River Fine Art, the 2020 exhibitions and the upcoming HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass exhibition. 


WSFL Channel 39 NEWS


Thank You Kirk Gimenez for the wonderful coverage, article, video and support for the Channel 39 News on the New River Fine Art. 

We cannot thank you enough.


https://www.wsfltv.com/brand-spotlight/new-river-fine-art-gallery-offers-new-art-in-new-year


SEE GREAT ART


Thank You Chadd Scott for the awesome mention on the See Great Art website.

You can read it here:

https://www.seegreatart.art/hunt-slonem-chooses-new-river-fine-art-in-ft-lauderdale-for-debut-of-new-work/



Listen to Hunt Slonem discuss his transition from his signature Pop Art painting style to his new glass and mixed media sculptures. 


THE HUNT SLONEM COLLECTION is now available for sale through New River Fine Art


    

About this Event

RSVP for a Special - One Night Only - Zoom Artist Talk with Hunt Slonem, Exclusively Presented by NEW RIVER FINE ART during the 2021 FORT LAUDERDALE ​ART & DESIGN WEEK.

Thursday Jan. 21, 2021 | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM | Online Only

Join Hunt Slonem as he discusses the inspirations and insights behind the new HUNT SLONEM COLLECTION premiering at NEW RIVER FINE ART on Jan. 22, 2021 in Through the Looking Glass exhibition that includes the worldwide debut of Glass Bunny Salon Busts, Neon Sculptures, Glow Boxes, Unique Blown Glass Bunnies, Bronze Bunny Castings, and so much more.

Moderated by Lisa Burgess, President of New River Fine Art

Q & A to Follow

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86778055481?pwd=QU1HYTZaWkRneGtJbzhXV3JUQlhIUT09


New River Fine Art is pleased to announce Through the Looking Glass, a new collection of previously unreleased and trailblazing sculptural and two-dimensional artworks from contemporary artist, Hunt Slonem, debuting and running from January 22 – February 21, 2021 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

...The great words of Hunt Slonem on his new body of work.


John Seery Mamamita

John Seery
Mamamita
1975
Acrylic on Canvas
57.5 x 52 inches
Available for Sale
DM for inquiries

 John Seery (born 1941) is an American artist who is associated with the lyrical abstraction movement. He was born in Maspeth, New York, was raised in Flushing, Queens, and as a teen, moved to Cincinnati, Ohio. Seery studied at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio from 1959 to 1963 then continued his studies at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and Ohio State University in Columbus. 

In 2010 Katie Donoghue interviewed John Seery for WhiteWall Magazine. When asked about his association with the Lyrical Abstraction Movement, he had this to say:

 “This period was not an act of contrivance by the artists. The name came from a collector named Larry Aldrich. Many at the time thought Lyrical Abstraction was reaction against some previous form of painting, but it was an affirmation of painting. Rather than attacking the painting from the outside, it was more of an entering into or inhabiting the painting.”

 Mamamita, a 57.5 x 52-inch acrylic on canvas, painted in 1975 is a prime example of the post Abstract Expressionist aesthetic Seery captured while following through on the sediments of the Ab Ex movement.


Hunt Slonem and New River Fine Art in Haute Living Magazine

HAUTE LIVING MAGAZINE

New River Fine Art would like to thank Haute Living Magazine in Miami, for their extensive coverage of the upcoming Hunt Slonem exhibition, "HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass", opening in Jan 22, 2021. 

Read the Full Article Here: 




Listen to Hunt Slonem talk about his transition from painting to three dimensional glass and multimedia works as he leads up to his solo exhibition at New River Fine Art titled, "HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass". Opening Jan 22, 2021



Check out the newest New River Fine Art email newsletter. 

Click here: https://mailchi.mp/newriverfineart.com/hunt-slonem-through-the-looking-glass-12914681

Learn about all of Hunt Slonem's new three dimensional artworks, from the neon sculptures to the blown glass bunnies. 

Stay up to date on all that is happening at New River Fine Art.



New River Fine Art would like to thank The New York Times and their  article about the Souls Grow Deep Foundation and their guidance on helping museums acquire more African American artists for the collections...primarily self taught.

In the article, The New York Times discusses artist, Purvis Young extensively.

NRFA is proud to represent the artwork of Purvis Young and his legacy in the Artworld.

The New York Times article can be read here: 

See selections of Purvis Young's artwork available for sale at New River Fine Art, click here: 




WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL


New River Fine Art would like to thank Wall Street International Magazine for the great international news coverage on the upcoming HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass exhibition, opening Jan 22, 2021.

See the full article here:

https://wsimag.com/art/64447-hunt-slonem


HAPPY HOLIDAYS


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to ALL our clients, patrons, collectors, families, and friends.


New River Fine Art will be closed Friday, Dec 25, 2020.

We will reopen on Saturday, Dec 26, 2020 at 10:00 am

Stop in and see the Mr. Brainwash KEEP IT REAL exhibition – closes Dec 31, 2020.


DALI

Salvador Dali

The Resurrection
1979
Lithograph in colors on Japon paper
Signed in pencil and numbered IXXXVI/C (the total edition was 750)
Published by Gala Publishers, Los Angeles, with the Dalart N.V. copyright 1979
Blind stamp, with full margins.
23 x 16 in (58.4 x 40.6cm)

When it came to depicting Jesus Christ – a most appropriate subject this time of year, to be sure – Dalí’s penchant for seeing in a very special way didn’t disappoint.
In paintings by Salvador Dalí – all depict the image of Christ – his subject is either shown ascending toward heaven, or there’s a related detail expressing the feeling of ascension. Unlike most other famous paintings of Jesus through art history, Dalí showed absolutely no hint of pain, anguish, or despondency. Perhaps the best-known painting of Christ expressing the horror of crucifixion was that of Mathias Grunewald, in his gruesome The Crucifixion of Christ. El Greco showed the torturous crown of thorns, while Dalí’s favorite painter – Velasquez – portrayed a beautiful Christ form with the nails in his bloodied hands and feet, as well as His lanced right side. But Salvador Dalí’s vision was deliberately different. No nails. No thorns. Bo blood. No sense of pain or anguish. Instead, he chose to emphasize a feeling of triumph, of the victory of good over evil, and the ultimate beauty of Christ’s life and infinite meaning. What’s more, Dalí was especially interested in portraying the central significance of Christ’s time on earth – his Resurrection.
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Keith Haring Drawing Exhibition poster

Keith Haring

Tony Shafrazi Gallery exhibition poster

1982

 Available for Sale

Lithograph on wove paper, signed in silver ink, from the edition of unknown size, published by Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, for the 1982 Keith Haring Drawings exhibition

Full sheet 23 3/4 x 17 7/8 in (60.3 x 45.4 cm)

 Keith Haring Drawings Exhibition Poster, Signed for Haring's first major gallery show: “Keith Haring Drawings”, Oct. 9 - Nov. 13, 1982.

 The white on black, chalk-like illustration was born out of Haring's famous subway posters of the same period and features key trademark images such as Keith's radiant baby and barking dog.

 Artist Signature, “K. Haring” with circle plus symbol, in silver ink on recto.



Read about Hunt Slonem's new collection on Berkshire Fine Arts Blog, authored by Jessica Robinson, as they discuss the new artwork, his processes, thoughts, and visions. NRFA is proud to be mentioned in the article and the upcoming HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass exhibition, Jan 22, 2021.

Read the full article here:



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“Waltz of the Flowers”

Jennifer JL Jones

Here is the artist’s story of how this painting was born....so interesting!! @jenniferjljonesstudios

"Painting inspired by Tchaikovsky’s “Waltz of the Flowers” ... many layers and transformation led to what felt like a dance when listening to Tchaikovsky’s iconic Waltz of the Flowers. I often listen to orchestral music while painting ... this is a particular favorite of mine from the ballet The Nutcracker."

“Waltz Of The Flowers”

72” H x 60” W x 3”

Painting on Baltic Birch Wood Panel.


KEEP IT REAL HAS BEEN EXTENDED TILL THE END OF THE YEAR!

DON'T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO SEE THE ARTWORK OF MR. BRAINWASH.

COME SEE IT BEFORE IT CLOSES!

Due to the tremendous success of the KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art exhibition, NRFA will be extending the show till Dec 31, 2020. 


So happy to repost an image that artist, Jennifer JL Jones recently sent us of a client purchase and install. It warms our heart when our artists are happy!

"The last painting from the “Sleeping Giants” series was placed in a new collection today! So excited to see it installed in this gorgeous brand new home office. Bringing the outside, inside! And vice versa! Thank you so much @newriverfineart @fineartjunkie @lisa.fineart for another amazing year! ✨"   

                                                                                 -Jennifer JL Jones


"I’ve recently had the opportunity to revisit a medium I worked in 20 years ago and am thrilled to share the first glimpse. Meet All Ears, a six-foot beauty that will debut at the first gallery show of my new work next month. Through the Looking Glass opens at @newriverfineart in Fort Lauderdale, FL on January 22!" 

- Hunt Slonem 12-18-2020




New River Fine Art is super excited!!!

Here is an official exhibition notification on ArtNet.com for our upcoming Jan 2021 programming.

Hunt Slonem is premiering his new collection of neon, blown glass, salon bunnies, and other sculptural artworks in South Florida, not New York, but in Fort Lauderdale.

For an artist of international stature and an integral icon in the New York Art scene, the South Florida Art Market is booming. This is a testament to the power of the collector base in South Florida, the dynamic shift of satellite galleries in West Palm Beach, the integrity of the Miami Basel Season, and the tech giant relocations.

In its world premiere, Hunt Slonem’s new collection of Flora and Fauna morph into three-dimensional contemporary works of art in “Through the Looking Glass” at New River Fine Art, Fort Lauderdale.

New River Fine Art is pleased to announce Through the Looking Glass, a new collection of previously unreleased and trailblazing sculptural and two-dimensional artworks from contemporary artist, Hunt Slonem, debuting and running from January 22 – February 21, 2021 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

View link: https://www.artnet.com/galleries/new-river-fineart/hunt-slonem-through-the-looking-glass/


GALLERY NEWSLETTER | DEC 2020

 

 Art is the Perfect Gift for This Holiday Season!


 

 

Artist Spotlight: Frank Mason
 
Mason’s artworks are exceptionally dynamic, baroque in spirit, and relevant in this celebrated holiday season.

Frank Mason was a true renaissance artist in his treatment and rendering of the human figure- mortal as well as spiritual.  He demonstrated the same aesthetical concerns of a seventeenth-century painter. In his artwork, he brought to bear all that he learned from the Old Masters.

Frank Herbert Mason was born in Cleveland, OH in 1921 and moved with his family at the onset of the Great Depression, to New York City.  Here, he became one of the first students to enroll in Mayor LaGuardia’s experimental Music and Art High School. Later, he entered the Art Students League of New York, and was taught and mentored by Frank Vincent Dumond – whose prior students included renowned artists like Georgia O’Keefe, Norman Rockwell, and John Marin.

Later in his career, Mason partnered with the Director of the Louvre Laboratoire, Jacques Maroger.  Together they researched, analyzed, and investigated the lost painting techniques of the 17th and 18th century artists.  Mason and Maroger sought to uncover the secrets to the Old Master’s mediums and techniques.

Frank Mason also celebrated his role as instructor of Fine Arts at the Art Students League in New York City, teaching for fifty-seven years.

He is the only American painter to receive a commission for a series of paintings in a church in Venice, Italy (The Life of Saint Anthony of Padua, installed in the Church of San Giovanni de Malta) and the first artist since Caravaggio to be awarded the prestigious Cross of Merit, Prima Classe, by the order of the Knights of Malta.

Mason championed preserving historical works of art and challenged the cleaning techniques employed by institutions around the world. He campaigned against the destruction of national treasures to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Vatican, and the Frick.  He eventually joining ArtWatch International to help supervise the conservation of masterpieces worldwide.

Mason’s commissions include those made by Prince Giacomo Colonna of Venice, Averell Harriman, King Faisal of Saudi Arabia and Bishop John Cardinal Wright of the Vatican.

His work can be found in New York’s St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral, the National Academy of Art & Design, and the Museum of the City of New York to name a few.
Frank Mason (1921 - 2009) | Bozzetto for the Christos at St. Patrick's Old Cathedral, 1973 | Red Chalk and Brown Ink | 11.50 x 7.75 in

 Frank Mason (1921 - 2009) | The Angel Gabriel (7/50), 2006 | Hand Pulled Lithograph | 14.25 x 12.75 in

Frank Mason (1921 - 2009) | Christ Raising Lazarus, 1995 | Pen and Brown Ink | 11.87 x 9 in



Check out the latest article in LiveAuctioneers.com news on the upcoming Hunt Slonem Exhibition at New River Fine Art.

https://www.liveauctioneers.com/news/top-news/art-design/hunt-slonem-to-debut-new-work-at-new-river-fine-art/

So exciting!!!!!!


New River Fine Art would like to thank Artist and Influencer, Super Buddha for spending time with international contemporary artist, Tom Bates with past weekend. 

Tom Bates turns high performance race car engines into unique, functional, blue-chip art.

Diving deep into this luxury automobile industry, the artist sources exotic and rare car engines from the finest automakers in the world. The utilitarian aspects of the handcrafted tables expose the underlying beauty of these magnificent engines while maintaining the integrity of the furniture functionality. 

Featuring the signature engines, adorned with corporate logos from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Porsche, and Rolls Royce, Bate’s artwork allows the beauty and excitement of engines to become the focal point of an interior space, bringing the art from the wall to the floor.

Launching the new Schumacher wheel tables in the fall of 2020, Bates was able to acquire the coveted Schumacher tires from Formula One racer, Michael Schumacher. Each table is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, signed by Tom Bates and verified by Michael Schumacher.

A unique accent in any home, Bates’ artwork enraptures the luxury car enthusiast, captivates the fine art collector and drives home the idea that these highly prized engines can be elevated into the blue-chip contemporary artworld, with his unyielding vision.




International Artist, Hunt Slonem, Selects South Florida To Debut New Collection.

In its world premiere, Hunt Slonem’s new collection of Butterflies, Birds, and Bunnies morph into three-dimensional contemporary works of art in “Through the Looking Glass” at New River Fine Art, Fort Lauderdale.

(FT. LAUDERDALE) December 10, 2020 – New River Fine Art is pleased to announce Through the Looking Glass, a new collection of previously unreleased and trailblazing sculptural and two-dimensional artworks from contemporary artist, Hunt Slonem, debuting and running from January 22 – February 21, 2021 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Continuing in his bold and brilliant investigation of the world’s flora and fauna, Slonem’s groundbreaking metamorphic transformation gives birth to a wonderfully refreshing realm of casted bronze, blown glass, neon, and multimedia-based au-courant artistry.  

This new body of work was born out of these unexpected times,” said Slonem. “Given an opportunity to create work in an entirely new methodology, what has resulted is an artistic liberation of sorts. My established lexicon of forms has taken on new life in blown glass, in bronze, and other media, all in a visual culmination that is thrilling to me artistically. This moment in time has proven to be an impetus for an ever-expanding vocabulary of new work and I’m pleased to share it with you.

The artist’s impressive career spanning almost five decades now enters a new phase of evolution. Disciplined, yet explosive in his use of color, his signature gestures are vibrantly raw and wild.  Slonem uses his new mediums with the same deft hand that rocketed him into the coterie of New York art world luminaries in the 1970s. 

This exhibition, Through the Looking Glass, is a first for Hunt. New River Fine Art is so proud and gracious to be selected to be the premier gallery to showcase the new collection of innovative artwork. For an international artist, who is widely revered in New York and across the globe, choosing Fort Lauderdale for this coveted launch is astonishing…with this decision, he is actively acknowledging the integrity and respectability of the South Florida Art Market, and spotlighting the vibrant and strong collector base that flourishes outside of New York,” says Lisa Burgess, President of New River Fine Art.


Upcoming News!!

Stay Tuned...........

More Details Soon!!!!!!



Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904-1989)

"Winter and Summer", (Patient Lovers: Apparition of a Stereoscopic Face in the Ampurdan Landscape),

1973

Etching and lithograph with embossing on Arches, edition # 109 / 300

Pencil signed lower right; edition; signed in New York, New York; plates defaced

Image: 22"h x 29.5"w, sheet: 25"h x 35.5"w

This unique image is open to historic interpretation by many Dalí scholars. The surrealist and desolate Ampurdan landscape depicts an extensive barren land littered with fruits, bones, a hooded figure in red, along with collaged and cut out magazine images. A pair of arches accentuate the mountainous backdrop like rendered entryways into the vast unknown. The foreground elements are aligned very strategically, creating two mix-matched faces generated by the pareidolia, or optical illusion that the artist capitalizes on; forcing the audience to decode his surrealist image.

 However, many scholars disagree on the identities of those depicted in Winter Summer.  We know Dali painted some portraits where he included both Gala Dalí, his wife, and himself.  Some see this image containing neither, but two unidentified muses that personify the seasons, Winter and Summer.  Here, Dalí's use of perspective and pictorial techniques further his exploration of visual perception and the ways that optical illusion affects our sense of reality.

The title, Winter Summer also references the two seasons, and Dalí’s ongoing relationship with time: the cycles of life – fertility, birth, and death. He alludes to inevitable changes. Elongated shadows mimic the passing of time that references destination through one-point perspective lines that guide us through the composition.

Guardians of the portals we glimpse a world beyond reach, one of bleak existence, or one of serine solitude. Only Dalí knows.

 Published:  The Official Catalog of the Graphic Works of Salvador Dalí, by Albert Field, authorize by Dalí; Illustrated page 90; Image # 73-14; Winter and Summer; Lithograph + original etching with embossing (Bellini)

The original painting, currently held in a private collection, is a watercolor, ink, and collage, dated 1970.

Now available!



GALLERY NEWSLETTER | DEC 2020

 

Fine Art is a Unique Gift That Everyone Deserves!

New River Fine Art has  a wonderful selection of artworks under $10,000  that are perfect gift ideas for this holiday season.

Get inspired by our fine art selections and chose the right gift for yourself or a loved one. 

We are also happy to discuss these gift ideas and many more available in the gallery.



GALLERY NEWSLETTER | DEC 2020


Live from Fort Lauderdale, it’s Art Fair Season 2020!!

New River Fine Art is proud to partner with ARTSY to launch the Online Viewing Room (OVR) of  KEEP IT REAL Mr. Brainwash  on display at the gallery and digitally until Dec 20, 2020. 
 

 
Select Works from the Online Viewing Room on ARTSY
Banksy Thrower, Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Framed Canvas, 34 x 30 in 
Work Well Together, Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Framed Canvas, 30 x 26 in
Caught Red-Handed, Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Canvas, 44 x 30 in
Chaplin, Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Canvas, 44 x 30 in
 Balloon Girl, Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Paper, 30 x 22 in
Einstein, Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Paper, 30 x 22 in
Chaplin Splash- Blue, Marble Painted Bronze Sculpture with Acrylic Splashes, 25 x 13 x 9 iin 
Balloon Heart - Chrome Pink, Painted Polished Bronze on Marble Base, 17 x 16 x 10 in
VIEW ALL WORKS

KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art Art (Nov 20 – Dec 20, 2020) is an exhibition at New River Fine Art, Fort Lauderdale that explores the alternative macrocosm of internationally renowned Post- Pop Artist, Mr. Brainwash, as he explores bold color, graffiti style markings, splatter paint, black stencils, silkscreened iconology, and audacious street art aesthetics.

Open Now till Dec 20, 2020

CHAPLIN

Lisa Burgess, Owner and President of NRFA with “Chaplin” by Mr. Brainwash at the KEEP IT REAL exhibition at New River Fine Art. 

To schedule a private tour of the exhibition, please email info@newriverfineart.com


LUXURY GUIDE

New River Fine Art would like to thank Luxury Guide USA and Sherri Balefsky Hanson, Editor-in-Chief, at Luxury Guide for the wonderful mention of the Mr. Brainwash exhibition in the Dec 2020 edition of the Luxury Guide Magazine.


To read the full edition of the magazine click:

https://lnkd.in/gCgEeEs


Check out the latest promotional video of the Mr. Brainwash exhibition at New River Fine Art. 

To schedule a private tour of the exhibition, please email info@newriverfineart.com


HOT SPOT MAGAZINE

Thank you to Hot Spots Magazine for the nice mention of the Mr. Brainwash exhibition in the current edition of the magazine on Page 26-27


See the full magazine here: 

www.hotspotsmagazine.com/south-florida-edition/


Hotspots Media Thank You



    

Tom Rossetti is a native Floridian, born in Fort Lauderdale in 1963. He graduated from Florida Atlantic University in 1986 with B.F.A degrees in Fine Art and Art History. Artistically, Rossetti is classically trained and has developed into an Abstract Expressionist. 

 “I have always loved the Expressionists! Mark Rothko, Helen Frankenthaler, Willem de Kooning and Francis Bacon have influenced my current style. I love the freedom of expressing emotions as I paint, however, most of the time I let the paint itself direct the mood and composition of my canvases.”


T. Rossetti

The Strand, 2019

Acrylic on Canvas

60 x 48 in



 KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art exhibition catalog preview.

Catalog can be viewed online at

https://issuu.com/newriverfineart/docs/keep_it_real_mr._brainwash_catalog


The New River Fine Art Gallery will be closed for Thanksgiving, but will reopen on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020.

 KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art exhibition will be on exhibition through Dec 20, 2020.







WARHOL FLOWERS

Instead of observing flowers in nature, Andy Warhol found his botanical inspiration in a 1964 issue of Modern Photography.

He transformed a photograph of hibiscus blossoms into a technicolor series of silkscreens, each simply titled Flowers and debuted at the influential Leo Castelli Gallery later that same year. Silkscreens from that exhibition have since sold for over $2 million at auction.

While they evoke the Flower Power movement of the 1960s, Warhol’s Flowers have also been interpreted as a symbol of mourning, as the artist created these works just after President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated on Friday, November 22, 1963, at 12:30 p.m. Central Standard Time in Dallas, Texas, while riding in a presidential motorcade through Dealey Plaza 57 years ago yesterday.


 


Craftsmanship!!!

Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

Chaplin Splash - Blue (7/8), 2020

Marble - Painted Bronze Sculpture with Acrylic Splashes

25 x 13 x 9 in

On display during the KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art exhibition, through Dec 20, 2020.


INSTALLATION

Sneak Peek of the gallery installation for New River Fine Art during the month of Nov - Dec 2020


The long awaited exhibition catalog has arrived!

KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art exhibition catalog can be viewed here on ISSUU.com.

https://issuu.com/home/published/keep_it_real_mr._brainwash_catalog


“Banksy Thrower”, a 34 x 30-inch silkscreen and mixed media on vandalized canvas and frame, has no qualms sampling the Banksy Flower Thrower, complete with his civil society black bandana that masks the irrelevancy of individual identity. Instead of flowers or a (Molotov cocktail), Mr. Brainwash interjects a sense of haughtiness. Contemporary literature plays substitute within the compositional equation, an Art for Dummies instructional is an easily inconspicuous visual epigram volleyed to both viewer and fictitious inquisitor.


Image Detail:
Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)
Banksy Thrower, 2019
Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Framed Canvas
34 x 30 in


“Banksy Thrower” can be viewed in the exhibition opening tomorrow!

KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art.



Exhibition Installation at New River Fine Art started on Tuesday with the preparatory team, gallery consultants and director giving much thought out placement to all the Mr. Brainwash artworks for the upcoming opening Nov 20, 2020.


WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL


Thank you to Wall Street International for the great coverage for the upcoming Mr. Brainwash exhibition at New River Fine Art.

To visit the Wall Street International website to read the article click here:

https://wsimag.com/art/64093-mr-brainwash-keep-it-real





Install Day Is Here!!!!!

EXOTICS ON LAS OLAS

This weekend!!!

This is a free event and open to the public. The EOL automotive showcase will span from SE 6th Avenue to SE 11th Avenue on Las Olas Boulevard.

Presented in partnership by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention& Visitors Bureau and the Las Olas Association, the third annual Exotics on Las Olas will be held in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale on Veterans Day Weekend, Sunday November 15th, 2020 with a portion of the event’s proceeds again donated to the Wounded Veterans Relief Fund (WVRF). As Broward County’s premier gathering of luxury automotive enthusiasts, Exotics on Las Olas was the destination’s first-ever event showcase featuring some of the rarest and most coveted automobiles from around the world.

New River Fine Art will be hosting an unveiling of new functional art by award winning artist, Tom Bates.

Join us on Nov 15, 2020 at NRFA for an afternoon of fine art and exotic cars.



EXOTICS ON LAS OLAS

This weekend!!!

This is a free event and open to the public. The EOL automotive showcase will span from SE 6th Avenue to SE 11th Avenue on Las Olas Boulevard.

Presented in partnership by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention& Visitors Bureau and the Las Olas Association, the third annual Exotics on Las Olas will be held in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale on Veterans Day Weekend, Sunday November 15th, 2020 with a portion of the event’s proceeds again donated to the Wounded Veterans Relief Fund (WVRF). As Broward County’s premier gathering of luxury automotive enthusiasts, Exotics on Las Olas was the destination’s first-ever event showcase featuring some of the rarest and most coveted automobiles from around the world.

New River Fine Art will be hosting an unveiling of new functional art by award winning artist, Tom Bates.

Join us on Nov 15, 2020 at NRFA for an afternoon of fine art and exotic cars.




The highly anticipated exhibition catalog for KEEP IT REAL: The Artworks of Mr. Brainwash has arrived. 

Follow the link to see the exhibition catalog online on Issue.com


https://issuu.com/newriverfineart/docs/keep_it_real_mr._brainwash_catalog


This is going to be an exhibition you do not want to miss!!!


#MrBrainwash 


EXOTICS ON LAS OLAS

This weekend!!!

This is a free event and open to the public. The EOL automotive showcase will span from SE 6th Avenue to SE 11th Avenue on Las Olas Boulevard.

Presented in partnership by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention& Visitors Bureau and the Las Olas Association, the third annual Exotics on Las Olas will be held in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale on Veterans Day Weekend, Sunday November 15th, 2020 with a portion of the event’s proceeds again donated to the Wounded Veterans Relief Fund (WVRF). As Broward County’s premier gathering of luxury automotive enthusiasts, Exotics on Las Olas was the destination’s first-ever event showcase featuring some of the rarest and most coveted automobiles from around the world.

New River Fine Art will be hosting an unveiling of new functional art by award winning artist, Tom Bates.

Join us on Nov 15, 2020 at NRFA for an afternoon of fine art and exotic cars.

Image:
Tom Bates
Ferrari 458 Coffee Table, 2019
Ferrari 458 engine, custom machined aluminum, glass
28 x 60 x 40 in



Happy Veterans Day!

New River Fine Art would like to take time to honor our military veterans, and all those who have served in the United States Armed Forces. Today is your day. Thank You for Your Service!

Veterans Day 2020 occurs on Wednesday, November 11. In 1918, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, was declared between the Allied nations and Germany in World War I, then known as “the Great War.”

Commemorated in many countries as Armistice Day the following year, November 11th became a federal holiday in the United States in 1938. In the aftermath of World War II and the Korean War, Armistice Day became known as Veterans Day.


Image: Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966) , AmeriCan Dream, 2020 ,Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Paper , 38 x 50 in

AmeriCan Dream will be included in the upcoming “Keep It Real: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art”, which opens on Nov 20, 2020.



Be sure to join us Sunday Nov. 15, 2020 during the Exotics on Las Olas for a special event.

Presented in partnership by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Las Olas Association, the third annual Exotics on Las Olas will be held in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale on Veterans Day Weekend, Sunday November 15th, 2020 with a portion of the event’s proceeds again donated to the Wounded Veterans Relief Fund (WVRF).

As Broward County’s premier gathering of luxury automotive enthusiasts, Exotics on Las Olas was the destination’s first-ever event showcase featuring some of the rarest and most coveted automobiles from around the world.

Join New River Fine Art and Tom Bates as the artist unveils his new line of Schumacher tables.




KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art Art (Nov 20 – Dec 20, 2020) is an exhibition at New River Fine Art, Fort Lauderdale that explores the alternative macrocosm of internationally renowned Post- Pop Artist, Mr. Brainwash, as he explores bold color, graffiti style markings, splatter paint, black stencils, silkscreened iconology, and audacious street art aesthetics.

An art extravaganza, not to be missed, KEEP IT REAL will be a virtual and in-person exhibition featuring new works by Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966) as he utilizes artistic undertones of Norman Rockwell inspired, but rebellious American Nostalgia.

KEEP IT REAL delivers a sumptuous ostentation of graphic reverence dedicated to the prevailing king of conducive play.  “Faux street tags and fabricated graffiti run amok. Mr. Brainwash is the master of juxtaposition. Motivational quotes intermingle in the urban hieroglyphics like contentions of encouragement. Lacking any kind of overt and contemptuous tones, the farce is more in line with ironic whimsy, than embezzled imagery,” says gallery owner, Lisa Burgess.

For more than a decade, Thierry Guetta, under his moniker, Mr. Brainwash, has been pushing the envelope of contemporary art. The orchestrated collision of street art and pop art has been his balancing act.

“The exhibition opens to the public on November 20, 2020. To manage the multitudes of Mr. Brainwash fans and collectors safely, in lieu of the traditional opening reception, New River Fine Art is hosting a special 12-hour Art Extravaganza to allow everyone a chance to see this spectacular exhibition. We have a digital catalog and a viewing room online; and will offer private appointments to view the show upon request,” says Wissam Elghoul, Gallery Director.




MARILYN MONROE

Marilyn Monroe is one of the most iconic Hollywood actresses and models of 1950’s / 60’s pop culture. Shortly after her death in August of 1962, Warhol cropped a publicity still of the actress, blowing her image up and using it to create his silkscreens. Mr. Brainwash samples this great American Pop Art reference and introducing a new element of Contemporary Art to the ongoing art historical lineage of this great American Icon.

Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)
Marilyn Monroe Trio, 2020
Silkscreen on paper
24 x 48.50 in

Marilyn Monroe Trio will be part of the upcoming exhibition titled, “KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash presented by New River Fine Art”



EXOTICS ON LAS OLAS

Save the date November 15th, 11am-4pm for Exotics on Las Olas 3.

New River Fine Art will be hosting a special event with the unveiling of Tom Bate’s new luxury and exotic car inspired, functional art.

Exotics on Las Olas 3 is one of the premier automotive shows in South Florida, showcasing some of the rarest, most luxurious, and coveted vehicles from around the world.

EOL3, will be taking place within the heart of Downtown Fort Lauderdale on the coveted Las Olas Blvd.

The Exotics on Las Olas automotive showcase is free to attend and open to the public.

The automotive showcase will be spanning from SE 6th Avenue to SE 11th Avenue.




"KEEP IT REAL"

KEEP IT REAL: The Artwork of Mr. Brainwash Presented by New River Fine Art Art (Nov 20 – Dec 20, 2020) is an exhibition at New River Fine Art, Fort Lauderdale that explores the alternative macrocosm of internationally renowned Post- Pop Artist, Mr. Brainwash, as he explores bold color, graffiti style markings, splatter paint, black stencils, silkscreened iconology, and audacious street art aesthetics.

 An art extravaganza, not to be missed, KEEP IT REAL will be a virtual and in-person exhibition featuring new works by Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966) as he utilizes artistic undertones of Norman Rockwell inspired, but rebellious American Nostalgia.

 KEEP IT REAL delivers a sumptuous ostentation of graphic reverence dedicated to the prevailing king of conducive play.

 “Faux street tags and fabricated graffiti run amok. Mr. Brainwash is the master of juxtaposition. Motivational quotes intermingle in the urban hieroglyphics like contentions of encouragement. Lacking any kind of overt and contemptuous tones, the farce is more in line with ironic whimsy, than embezzled imagery,” says gallery owner, Lisa Burgess.

 For more than a decade, Thierry Guetta, under his moniker, Mr. Brainwash, has been pushing the envelope of contemporary art. The orchestrated collision of street art and pop art has been his balancing act. 

 “The exhibition opens to the public on November 20, 2020. To manage the multitudes of Mr. Brainwash fans and collectors safely, in lieu of the traditional opening reception, New River Fine Art is hosting a special 12-hour Art Extravaganza to allow everyone a chance to see this spectacular exhibition. We have a digital catalog and a viewing room online; and will offer private appointments to view the show upon request,” says Wissam Elghoul, Gallery Director.

 KEEP IT REAL consists of over 25 works of art and run through Dec. 20, 2020. 



EXOTICS ON LAS OLAS

Be sure to join us Sunday Nov. 15, 2020 during the Exotics on Las Olas for a special event.


Presented in partnership by the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Las Olas Association, the third annual Exotics on Las Olas will be held in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale on Veterans Day Weekend, Sunday November 15th, 2020 with a portion of the event’s proceeds again donated to the Wounded Veterans Relief Fund (WVRF).

As Broward County’s premier gathering of luxury automotive enthusiasts, Exotics on Las Olas was the destination’s first-ever event showcase featuring some of the rarest and most coveted automobiles from around the world.

Join New River Fine Art and Tom Bates as the artist unveils his new line of Schumacher tables.


BIRD'S EYE VIEW

Today is the day after our much-anticipated democratic exercise…

Amid all the excitement, we did see the recent passing of Sean Connery! We feel he is looking down on us, smiling and laughing, gracing us with his billowing basso Scottish accent.

In homage of this great actor, we want to reference the amazing photography of Antoine Rose’s approach – a bird’s eye view of sun bathers, the ocean, and the beach. A calming view of our coastal populations as we take a breath, post-election.

Image:

Antoine Rose

Organic Clock, Tuscany (1/8), 2017

Archival pigment print face-mounted on acrylic

52 x 52 in



TAKE DELIGHT IN THE DAY!

Today is election day…Do not let the stresses of the moment overwhelm you! Take a moment and meditate on the “Earthly Delight” of the here and now! Nature is all around, full of grace and calm as seen in the soothing Jennifer JL Jones painting. Celebrate today and all it brings.

Jennifer JL Jones (b. 1971)

Earthly Delight V, 2020

Mixed media painting on wood

12 x 12 in



BUTTERFLIES 

Lucy Peveto

Monarch Migration, 2017
Mixed media
48 x 48 in

“I utilize mixed mediums to celebrate the assurance that we can be born again through grace and the beauty of natural transformation. I seek to show the infinite possibilities gained when we discover our God-given talents.”

“Monarch Migration” radiates a transcendental abyss where the monarchs flutter and jostle in playful admiration of the divine presence of the creator.



Tomorrow is Halloween! And we could not be more excited!!!

The sweet smell of candy corn, the aroma of chocolate and the pleasant airs of severed heads and elongated skeletons.

Wait what…???

Dali’s infinite horizon and segmented torso accents this wonderful woodblock print of Dante’s continued travels through Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven.

Join us as we celebrate the #scaryart in our collection, available for sale.

DM us for details.

Image:
Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989)
Inferno Canto 28: Bertrand De Horn from The Divine Comedy (/2000), 1960
Woodblock on paper
12 x 10.25 in

A superb, richly printed Woodblock from Salvador Dali’s famed Dante’s Divine Comedy published by Foret/Les Heures Claires.

This piece is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Peter Lucas, noted specialist in works of Salvador Dali.



Art For Your Yacht 

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Oct 28 - Nov 1

New River Fine Art is a full service purveyor of fine art, sculpture and art glass for the Yachting Industry. 

Whether the project is a new build, refit, or simply one special painting for a main salon, our art consultants have over 20 years of experience working with designers, shipyards and individual owners. New River Fine Art consults, sources, frames, and manages the installation of art and sculpture for an international roster of yachting professionals and owners with a wide range of budgets.

We source artwork from around the globe to suit the individualized needs of each project and can commission artwork by request. Our art consultants have completed projects onboard the Feadship, Oceanco, Bennetti, Heesen, Delta, Christiansen, Trinity, Ocean Alexander, San Lorenzo, and Ferretti just to name a few. 

Book your appointment today with one of our trusted art consultants for your yacht fine art needs.

Call 954-524-2100

Visit us on the web at www.newriverfineart.com




Inferno Canto 27

Counting down the days till Halloween on Oct. 31, 2020, New River Fine Art celebrates this wonderful day of everything creepy, the crawly, and the ghoulish!!


Take notice of Lucifer’s cerebral penetration, the emotional anguish, and the humanoid vomiting illustrated in such detail for Dante’s continued travels through Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven.

Image:
Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989)
Inferno Canto 27: The Devil Logician from The Divine Comedy (/2000), 1960
Woodblock on paper
12 x 10.25 in

A superb, richly printed Woodblock from Salvador Dali's famed Dante’s Divine Comedy; Published by Foret/Les Heures Claires.

This piece is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Peter Lucas, noted specialist in works of Salvador Dali. Salvador Dali was born in Figueras, Spain in 1904.


https://www.newriverfineart.com/art/inferno-canto-27-the-devil-lo-by-salvador-dali



Robert Indiana: A Legacy of Love

In celebration of “Robert Indiana: A Legacy of Love” art exhibition at the McNay Museum in San Antonio, Texas (October 15, 2020 to January 24, 2021) honoring the life and art of the late Pop icon and his resounding legacy, New River Fine Art explores Robert Indiana’s “High Ball Red Ball Manifest” from the American Dream Portfolio (395/2254), 1997, Screen-print in color on paper, 22 x 17 in.


As quoted from the McNay Museum - A self-proclaimed “painter of signs,” Robert Indiana shaped a highly original body of work that explores American identity; his own personal history; and the power of abstraction, symbolism, and language.

“High Ball Red Ball Manifest”, from the American Dream Portfolio - Originally released as a set of thirty screen prints in colors, 1997, on wove paper, six signed in pencil and numbered, six loose (as issued), twenty-four bound (as issued), with title, introductory text, poems by Robert Creeley, and photographic illustrations, was published by Marco Fine Arts Contemporary Atelier, El Segundo, California and is available for sale at New River Fine Art Gallery.

Image:
Robert Indiana
High Ball Red Ball Manifest from the American Dream Portfolio (395/2254), 1997
Screen-print in color on paper
22 x 17 in

www.newriverfineart.com/art/high-ball-red-ball-manifest-fr-by-robert-indiana



Marlene Rose at Image Museum

New River Fine Art is so proud of artist, Marlene Rose for her exhibition at the Imagine Museum in St. Petersburg that opens on Oct 27, 2020. Marlene was recently interviewed by the museum about her upcoming solo exhibition. We thought you would enjoy hearing all about her journey to get here and the concepts behind this stunning upcoming exhibition that spans three decades and showcases over 50 sculptures!

Plan your museum visit to see Marlene's exhibition soon!

IMAGINE MUSEUM
1901 Central Ave
St. Petersburg, FL 33713

View more of Marlene Rose's artwork for sale through New River Fine Art at www.newriverfineart.com/artist/marlene-rose



Keith Haring (1958-1990) was born in Reading, Pennsylvania. Moving to New York City in 1978 to attend School of Visual Arts, Haring began using the city as his canvas, creating drawings in subway stations.

Haring’s work uses the mechanics and colors typified in Pop Art and the stylistic tendencies of graffiti, or street art.

Haring’s work explores deeper themes of love, activism and the ensuing political climate of New York in the 1980’s. His work can be viewed in prestigious museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

The Montreux Jazz Festival, founded in 1967, is one of the most important musical events in Europe and has a history of enlisting international artists to create its official posters.  In 1983, Pierre Keller, the Art Director for The Montreux Jazz Festival approached Keith Haring, a relatively unknown artist at the time, and asked him to produce a festival poster featuring a dancing figure.

Haring submitted three design variations, and the festival, so delighted with Haring’s work, promptly accepted all three.

Image:

Keith Haring (1958 - 1990)

Montreux Festival De Jazz (Yellow Background) 1983

39.40 x 27.50 in

Image:

Keith Haring, 1986 @ DR

Artwork available for sale at New River Fine Art

https://www.newriverfineart.com/art/montreux-festival-de-jazz-yel-by-keith-haring-1958---1990



Miro

La Cascade (The Waterfall)

Color lithograph

Image: 34 x 23” / Full Sheet: 35 1/4 × 24 in

Edition 14/75

Bibliography: Maeght ed. "Miro Lithographs", vol II, n° 391 p.34 (ill)

Signed in pencil on lower right recto “Miro”

Numbered in pencil on lower left recto "14/75"

From the edition of 75. 

Printed and published by Maeght, Paris on Vellum paper

 “The flowing of the cascade of water on the left vertical runs amok from the circular water source placed high into the top right corner. Although Miro cherished the act of automatic or random drawing, we see the festive transcendence of dark figurative apparitions.  Circular elements stream through the composition like planetary orbits. Playful volleys of color are cemented within the picture plane with the complementing obscure color palette.”

The close relationship with Fernand Mourlot resulted in the creation of over one thousand Joan Miró lithographic print editions. His process of automatic drawing, allowing the hand to move randomly on the surface, leaving the artwork to chance, enabled him to create works that were genuine reflections of himself, an integral part of his popularity. A popularity that remains today, as they make for 91% of all his works bought on the market. 

Detail: Left-Numbered 14 / 75 in pencil, Right- Signature "Miro" in pencil


In the summer of 1946, at the age of 64, Pablo Picasso, Françoise Gilot and companion, Louis Fort, attended the annual pottery exhibition in Vallauris.

It is here, he met ceramicist, Suzanne Ramié. He took great interest in the artisan ceramic market of this region and was excited by the possibilities of this new medium. Picasso went on to befriend Georges and Suzanne Ramié and became captivated by their Madoura Pottery Studio. 

Picasso would return to Vallauris in the summer of 1947, after an invitation from Suzanne Ramié herself. Georges and Suzanne Ramié were very hospitable to Picasso, and even put all their other studio artisans at his disposal. Offering tool, personnel, material, storage, and techniques, knowledge, time, and experience, to Picasso– he thrived, spending most of 1947 at the studio.  

Over the next 25 years Picasso would create over 3,500 plates, vases, pitchers and other forms. Picasso would work with Madoura Studio until around the time of the artist’s death in 1973. 

https://mailchi.mp/newriverfineart.com/new-arrivals-12578033


 



Mel Bochner’s linguistically masterful monoprints are bold and obtrusive. They slam into the art-world like an exploding grenade of letters.   Shrapnel and fragments visually pierce the viewers’ psyche with their curved edges.  In "Kvetch", 2020, Bochner’s six’ reads left to right in a repetitious pattern of laughing litany.  Bochner smears, smoothers, and smudges oil paint into deeply carved Plexiglas plates. These plates act as reverse stencils; the equivalent to filling a trough with water. The paint sits in the recessed holding area, while paper is laid down and covers the colors in the Plexiglass molds.  The paper and Plexiglas are positioned on a metal print bed and run through a hydraulic printing press process that applies 750 tons of pressure to the ground and medium; thus transferring the paint to the paper.  The handmade paper is pushed deep into the recessed letter molds, resulting in a print plate mark.  The letters appear raised on the paper with a letter embossment.



Texturally, these letters have a sculptural quality in their impasto-esque nature.  The raised surface of the letters is created when the suction of the paper to the plate is released. The oil paint sticks to the paper and the color peel out of the Plexiglas letter molds.



 Purvis Young (1943 - 2010)

Peace After Battle, Circa 1999

Paint on wood panel

41 x 41 in

"An orange and yellow glow creates a temporary aura of celebratory triumph. Horses, riders, and fighters are centralized and highly concentrated into the middle of the composition. In this cluster, a newfound confidence permeates the air.

Heads are held high, while the stars in the sky shine bright for those who have fought, won, and survived. They live to fight another day.

The found wood panels gives tribute and testament of the wonderous moment, shared by those present. High above, the ancestors are seen cradled in the evening’s illuminations, floating within too many stars to count. They provide shimmering rays of hope that beam down to the fighters, forging a beacon for a brighter future.

This momentary peacetime is cherished after this battle, indeed a time to celebrate a win, but the war is far from over.

The cosmos wraps them up in star-studded blanket to preserve the elated state, a peaceful rest."


We are so excited for Marlene Rose’s upcoming museum exhibition at the Imagine Museum in St. Petersburg, Fl., “Positive Reversals: Thirty Years of Impressions in the Sand”, opening on Oct 25, 2020.

Her glass is amazing!!!

Marlene Rose glass sculptures can be viewed on our website at: https://www.newriverfineart.com/artist/marlene-rose

Image:

Marlene Rose (b. 1967)

Halo Buddha - Lilac, 2020

Sand Cast Glass

24 x 18 x 10 in

More on Marlene Rose’s museum exhibition can be found at www.imaginemuseum.com/current-exhibits/


Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without 

- by Buddha

Everyone is going crazy for British street artist, Banksy’s artwork that appeared on a wall in Nottingham, central England, depicting a young girl using a bicycle tire as a hula hoop. The work appeared on last Tuesday on the red brick wall of a beauty salon, next to a bicycle that was locked to a metal signpost and missing its back wheel.

As Banksy revels in the spotlight. Mr. Brainwash is right behind with his showmanship appropriations of Bansky’s signature stencils.

Check out Mr. Brainwash at New River Fine Art.

https://www.newriverfineart.com/artist/mr-brainwash

Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)
Chaplin, 2020
Silkscreen and Mixed Media on Paper
50 x 38 in


Hula Hooping Girl, Confirmed to be a Bansky



Purvis Young (1943 - 2010)
Battle for Freedom, Circa 1990
Paint on panel with wood frame
48 x 35 in

Metaphysical confrontations of supernatural spirits, demons and angles have battled in the heavens and in the depths of hell, fighting over humans’ well-being. And yet man’s physical altercations in the 1950’s and 60’s Civil Rights movement protests illustrate that the war between good and evil has been with us in many forms for over a millennium.

The constant resurrection of goodness, not that of viciousness and evil, speaks the deepest truth about our world and our lives. It is said that good always triumphs over evil. Capturing a biblical war, the painting evokes a classic renaissance aesthetic.

“Battle for Freedom” by Young has a similar struggle being portrayed. With affixed found objects as sidebar comments on the gestalt of the painting’s meaning, the pool of blood on the bottom part of the painting continues to rise as the slaughter persists. However, it does appear the good, once again has the upper hand as mankind is again on the precipice of peril.


The artworld is buzzing with excitement of the upcoming Phillips Auction on Oct 21, 2020. In the lot is a cohort of amazing Andy Warhol works. The next two days will be electrifying as Phillips hosts their two-day auction.

However, why not see the Andy Warhol selections at New River Fine Art!!!

https://www.newriverfineart.com/artist/andy-warhol

For Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe was the perfect interplay of personal tragedy and beauty. The world was captivated by the actress; newspapers provided access to her life through a steady stream of front-page articles and black and white photos. Shortly after her death in August of 1962, Warhol cropped a publicity still of the actress, blowing her image up and using it to create his silkscreens. With Marilyn’s image everywhere, her tragically short life was encapsulated by the likeness Warhol burned into his screens.

"Beauties in photographs are different from beauties in person. It must be hard to be a model, because you’d want to be like the photograph of you, and you can't ever look that way – and so you start to copy the photograph." —Andy Warhol

 

Andy Warhol (1928 - 1987)

Marilyn 31 From the Sunday B. Morning Edition

screenprint in colors

35.50 x 35.50 in


As we push into the fall season, be sure to check out our Artsy page!!!

Follow us at: www.artsy.net/new-river-fine-art
Be on the lookout for some great new acquisitions and a preview to our fall programming.



   

New River Fine Art would like to thank all of you who came out to support the Las Olas Art Fair this past weekend. The weather was lovely, the crowd was awesome!

If you did not make it out, feel free to stop by the gallery anytime or make an appt.

We look forward to seeing you in the gallery soon.

Check us out online at: WWW.NEWRIVERFINEART.COM