Past Exhibitions

From Topaz to Soho: The Spirited Art of Koho Yamamoto

Artist’s Statement FROM TOPAZ TO SOHO: THE SPIRITED ART OF KOHO YAMAMOTO shows the expression of a soul whose spirit could not be broken, a soul destined to soar from the desert of the Topaz Relocation Center in Utah to Soho, the fertile art center of New York City. The artist demonstrates the style of Read More…

Laura James God and Goddesses

BIOGRAPHY Born and bred in Brooklyn, New York, Laura James is a self-taught painter of Antiguan heritage. Working as a professional artist and illustrator for almost twenty years, Ms. James is best known for her illustrations in the Book of the Gospels lectionary published in 2000 by LTP on behalf of the Roman Catholic Church. Read More…

ALEXANDER PERCY – Color, Substance and Emotion

BIOGRAPHY Alexander Percy was born and grew up in Puerto Rico, demonstrating a passion and aptitude for drawing and graffiti from an early age. After completing his studies at the University of Puerto Rico with a degree in painting and art history, Alexander remained a participant in the political and cultural activities within -or sometimes Read More…

Latin Roots: East Harlem

Latin Roots: East Harlem Celebrating the Living History of East Harlem A public art and education program of Community Works HONORING: Marcos Dimas Artist & Artistic Director of Taller Boricua Dr. Georgina Falu Scholar, Educator, and Entrepreneur Aurora Flores Journalist, Music Historian & Musician Juan Gutierrez Musician and Community Leader Iris Morales Community Activist, Educator Read More…

El Gozo de Crear

Location: Treasure Room/Corridor Galleries El Gozo de Crear OCTOBER 27 – NOVEMBER 23, 2011 FEATURING THE WORKS OF: MARIA DOMINGUEZ MIA HERNANDEZ ALEXANDER PERCY HELENE RUIZ JUAN C. SUAZO ANA TRAVERSA The Artists Helene Ruiz Art is my passion, religion and salvation. There is no “correct” way to conclude the meaning behind my work as Read More…

Sacred Poems: Carole P. Kunstadt

Separate Ways: Linda Pearlman Karlsberg and Carole P. Kunstadt are sisters. Their childhood in Southeastern New England encouraged keen observation – a life integrated with the natural world, with an emphasis on the handcrafted, a constant pursuit of beauty and a reverence for quietude. They have pursued separate paths since attending art school – exploring Read More…

Transient Visions: Linda Pearlman Karlsberg

Separate Ways: Linda Pearlman Karlsberg and Carole P. Kunstadt are sisters. Their childhood in Southeastern New England encouraged keen observation – a life integrated with the natural world, with an emphasis on the handcrafted, a constant pursuit of beauty and a reverence for quietude. They have pursued separate paths since attending art school – exploring Read More…

FELIPE GALINDO – “MANHATITLAN”

ARTIST STATEMENT In my work I like to use the universal languages of art and humor to celebrate diversity inspires me. In some projects I find myself intertwining my Mexican cultural heritage with that of my adopted homeland. In my project Manhatitlan, I explore through humor, the encounter of Mexican and American cultures in the Read More…

ANDREA ARROYO -“ETERNAL” Works inspired by women from history and mythology

The Galleries at The Interchurch Center TREASURE ROOM GALLERY ARTIST STATEMENT My work celebrates women, while examining notions of race, gender and social justice. “Eternal” features images from my project “Flor de Vida” which includes works inspired by female characters from world history and mythology, and selections from my project-in-progress “Flor de Tierra, Homage to Read More…

FRANK MANN – OCULUS

Artist’s Statement These paintings are an extension of my interest in vision and visual perception. The image is created in relation to an internal model. The sensual quality of the surface reflects a layering of paint from which the form is derived in the automatic sense. This search for a personal language employs abstract as Read More…