Category Archives: Exhibitions

Mercury Atop Grand Central


In the winter, the Century once again displayed work by its members. It’s always a challenge to choose a piece to hang in these exhibitions, since everyone is permitted to submit only one piece of art, and it must that fit within a three-by-three foot area. I’ve always been fascinated […]

“Just Pots” at The Century


It’s always a pleasure to be a part of any exhibition at the Century, 7 West 43rd Street. The current Nature Morte show will be on view in the main gallery until July 26th, 2016.

A Renaissance Man: the Art of Fred Marcellino


If you’re anywhere near Amherst, Massachusetts, I hope you’ve seen my late husband’s exhibition at the Eric Carle Museum. If not, run don’t walk. But if you’re not so nearby, go anyway, it’s worth the trip! The show includes some pieces that have never before been on display. The original Norman […]

The Art of Seeing


  “Amanda Emergent,” a charcoal drawing, is part of a juried exhibition entitled “The Art of Seeing” at the Atlantic Gallery in Chelsea.