Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Piece by Piece

A group exhibition curated by Jennifer Groves
Jan/Feb 2013
Skylight Gallery
538 West 29th Street, NYC
Reception: Jan. 17, 6-9 pm

Gallery at IntoWhite

 2 mixed media paintings: To a Land Beyond & Oasis will be on Window Display in Gallery at IntoWhite, Dental Arts, curated by Rosetta Bentz
Jan/Feb 2013

47-43 Vernon Blvd


Sunday, July 15, 2012

2 works selected by artKudos for an online exhibition

To a Land Beyond & Window Dressing have been selected by artKudos for their international juried art competition and online exhibition. The works will be on their site from July 15, 2012 to 2013.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Suspended Spaces currently in Art Comes Alive 2012 exhibition at ADC, Art Design Consultants
Cincinnati, Ohio through July

This piece has also been included in an excellent article by Siba Kumar Das in Green Door magazine on their blog Field Notes
Daughters of an American Revolution: the Art of Carol Flaitz and Joyce Pommer
This article is reflective of the recent exhibition @ Skylight Gallery in Chelsea, NYC

Suspended Spaces, mixed media on canvas

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Brightness and Contrast @ Skylight Gallery

Suspended Spaces

Brightness and Contrast
Carol Flaitz and Joyce Pommer
with Jean Marc Superville Sovak in the Kitchen Gallery Project Space

April 2nd thru May 5th
Opening Reception April 5th 6-9

Skylight Gallery NYC
538 W. 29th st., 10001
mon-fri 10-4, variable sat 12-5

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Two Solos at BAU Gallery

Window Dressing, acrylic, fabrics, ribbon, string, marbled paper, leaf on linen, 20x20


Two Solo’s @ Bau Gallery

161 Main Street
Beacon, NY 12508
Gallery hrs: Sat/Sun 12-6p

February 11th – March 4, 2012
Reception: Saturday Feb. 11th, 6-9 pm

Bau Gallery is pleased to present 2 solo exhibitions by invited artists Joyce Pommer and Elisa Pritzker in their space in Beacon, NY.

In the Front Gallery, Pommer’s new abstract mixed media paintings reflect an evolving use of space on canvas and wood panels. Incorporating fabrics, papers, string and other materials, she is finding new relationships between them as they move in the space. These pieces are more minimal and less colorful than past works but define a deeper space exploring the positive and negative in the application of the materials being used. Using more of the white space of the surface, these mixed media works are visually strong yet fragile. Joyce lives and works in New York City. www.joycepommer.com

In the Project Room, Pritzker’s new works continue in the arena of photography on canvas but she is now closing in on the skins of her animal friends and the respect she has for them. “Inspired by the ever-amazing animal beauty, I portray what already is with the intention to awake true compassion towards the natural world.” These pieces become abstractions with their shapes and textures and draw one in to explore the contents - as always she is making strong statements with minimal imagery. Other works on view include mixed media sculptural forms and an installation with deer antlers.
Elisa has 2 major solo exhibitions this year in Buenos Aires, Argentina: ArtexArte Gallery, Buenos Aires Argentina and Galeria de Arte CorporaciĆ³n Buenos Aires Sur S.E. Argentina. She lives and works in Highland, NY. Portfolio at: www.elisapritzker.com

bau: beacon artist union was founded in the fall of 2004 by six artists and is a platform for members/artists to grow, present and market their work, collaborative curatorial projects, hosting events of related disciplines: performances, talks, film and music and building a vital link between the activities at bau and the community.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Book Signing for Alfred Pommer & Eleanor Winters

"Exploring the Original West Village"
a new book by
Alfred Pommer & Eleanor Winters
published by The History Press (www.historypress.net)

Join us for a book signing event
Thursday June 23rd, 6-9pm
Franklin 54 Gallery + Projects

526 West 26th Street #403
NY, NY 10001

On view in the gallery during the event will be paintings, prints and photographs of the West Village by:
Sharon Florin
Alfred Pommer
Leendert van der Pool
& Calligraphy Quilt Collage works by Eleanor Winters

Alfred Pommer is a New York City licensed Guide who has been giving public and private walking tours focusing on history and architecture in New York City's diverse neighborhoods for over 20 years. A New York City native, he holds a degree in labor studies and retired in 1991 from the New York City Parks Department to devote himself to his tours full time. Since then he has been researching and improving each tour to bring his knowledge and stories to numerous groups, institutions and individuals who have embarked on his journeys around these Manhattan neighborhoods.
For more info visit Alfred's website: www.nycwalk.com

Eleanor Winters is a native of Brooklyn, NY who has been exploring New York City on foot for several decades. She is a commercial and fine artist specializing in calligraphy which she teaches in Europe and the United States. Eleanor lives half of the year in Brooklyn and the other half in Paris. Having authored 5 books on calligraphy her collaboration with Alfred was a perfect fit. She holds a master's in art from New York University and is represented by Franklin 54 Gallery + Projects for her calligraphy quilt collage works.
For more about Eleanor visit her website: www.eleanorwinters.com