Past Exhibitions

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Richard Karp

ARTIST STATEMENT – if your ears see, and your eyes hear, not a doubt you will cherish –- and how naturally the rain drops from the eaves! ikkyu sojun I believe that all art is intrinsically abstract. It is my view that art is expressed through the language of the medium. The instruments of color, Read More…

Art Sept

“George Washington Returns to Gotham” Felipe Galindo

The exhibition “George Washington Returns to Gotham” conisist of a series of whimsical works on paper about an imaginary visit from America’s First President to present-day Manhattan and in particular to Washington Heights, a neighborhood that bears his name, and that it was his base for several weeks when he commanded the Continental Army during Read More…

Art Sept 2

Japanese American Internment Project

Join Community Works NYC, The Interchurch Center and our Community Matters NYC partners at a special reception for the New York premieres of the Japanese American Internment Project: If they came for me today…East Coast Stories and Spirit of Community: Japanese American Artists exhibitions on: Thursday, September 19, 2013, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm The Read More…

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Reflections in Fiber (Quilt Credited to Lisa Curran – “Miss Ethel Lee”

Harlem Memorabilia: Reflections in Fiber Harlem Memorabilia: Reflections in Fiber features the incredible work of a community of urban artists guided by noted Harlem artist and quilt-maker Dindga McCannon. The exhibit exemplifies the wide variety of ways one can preserve memorabilia and transform it into art. A stunning collection of quilts and hand-made books, created Read More…

Tiffany Osedra Miller

The Galleries of The Interchurch Center Celebrates Black History Month – Tiffany Osedra Miller Artist’s Statement 2012 As a painter who is also a writer, I am interested in the ways in which culture influences the imagination and the ways in which the imagination can transcend culture. I am the New York born and raised Read More…

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Al Johnson

A Day in the Life The MIxed MedIa Paintings of Al Johnson January 31, 2012 – February 26, 2013 Reception – Thursday, February 7, 2012 5:00 – 7:30 pm Gallery Hours • Mon – Fri, 9 am – 5 pm • Closed weekends TREASURE ROOM GALLERY Celebrating Black History Month A Day in the Life Read More…

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Brian McCafferty – Passions

Brian McCafferty’s PASSIONS: Ballet • Art • Travel. Paintings (watercolor on paper and acrylic on canvas) detailing the artist’s passions resonate off of each other in this presentation pulled from three of the artist’s series of works. Whether it’s the line of a ballerina, the inspiration of a fellow artist’s statue in Central Park, or Read More…

Songs of Summer

Ann C. Rosebrooks Songs of Summer

ARTIST’S STATEMENT SONGS OF SUMMER “Songs of Summer” celebrates my favorite season of the year, summer. I love to be outdoors, I love to swim and I enjoy social events such as birthday parties, concerts, and playing with children. These paintings reflect my sense of leisure and relaxation. Inanimate objects also become a focus of Read More…

The Spirit of the Sea

The Spirit of the Sea – Christie Devereaux

ARTIST’S STATEMENT The Spirit of the Sea Growing up on Long Island, I had always lived by, on, and in the sea. I spent summers anchored on my parents’ yawl surrounded by water and swam long distances each day. My first of many voyages across the Atlantic Ocean going to Europe took place on a Read More…

Rose Sigal-Ibsen Artwork

Rose Sigal-Ibsen Paintings & Calligraphy on Scrolls

ARTIST’S STATEMENT Someone asked me why I, an enamellist, became a calligrapher. I really don’t know the answer. How my life developed, is a big surprise to me. One day I happened onto a Chinese brush painting demonstration. I was fascinated. That fascination became the guiding principal of my life. I painted bamboo, orchids, plum Read More…