We are excited to represent Santiago Lozano ! Santiago is a Colombian artist that works on a variety of media including digital, drawing and sculpture. He now focuses on new pictorial and sculptural media. He fuses one of the most traditional arts with the new power of technology allowing him to work in rich textures, closer to abstraction [...]
Trying to decide on the orientation of CBCA artist Joe Gitterman’s bronze sculpture series for a project in Houston.
contemporary-art-blog : Damien Hirst, Zomepirac, 2003
One of a series of twenty works on paper by CBCA artist Claudia Mengel commissioned for a project in Philadelphia! In love with the color palette she used. Can’t wait to see more!
Another inspiring sculpture from our recent trip to Storm King. Sadly the season is over, can’t wait until spring!
Studio of the late CBCA artist Bryan Nash Gill . Images will be posted soon!
Finished shooting work of the late CBCA artist Richard Giglio . Will be posted soon!
Featuring Bette Halby as the CBCA artist of the week! Bette’s work is a metaphoric translation of the lyrical qualities found in music and in nature. She extends the boundaries of two dimensional space. Her work revolves around spatial relationships, movement and intersections. Bette begins by painting on raw canvas within a narrow range of a specific color. It [...]
Tree of Light hologram Rikjs Museum. Wishing everyone a holiday filled with peace and good cheer. Merry Christmas from Holland!
Carved 3D glass commission sculpture in progress. CBCA artist Lawrence Morrell’s piece will have a polished nickel channel housing multidirectional LED lighting to illuminate at night. Can’t wait to see it installed!
In progress sculpture commission for a project in Washington! Stay tuned!
A peak inside CBCA artist Monika Bravo’s studio! “The photographic medium has evolved since I was trained as a photographer from the traditional film/darkroom processes to zeros and ones. I am also using the computer to process both still and moving images and to generate drawings and paintings.”
#Fbf to a fun Saturday night at The Met Breuer with CBCA artist Gunnar Theel ! An evening for artists whose works are in a permanent collection at The Met Museum.
A peak inside CBCA artist Barbara Leiner’s studio. “A weathered onion, an old glass bottle, a face that tells a story is the muse that starts my journey.”
Congratulations to CBCA artist Lauren Seiden on her feature in Modern Painters Magazine!
“Eclipse Big Morning” by CBCA artist Bart Gulley . “Constructions and shapes appear to reference specific things in the world but have multiple references. The end result is reductionist but employs a complex aesthetic.”
“Still Life 708” by CBCA artist Barbara Leiner . “Color, texture and line begin the dance, unfolding into the silence, my commitment, as I enter into the creative process.”
“Art is art. Everything else is everything else.” – AdReinhardt .
#Tbt to our project with Robert AM Stern Architects, a white glove mixed use building in Washington DC. Hanging in the lobby is commissioned painting by CBCA artist Julie Headland . Furniture installed. Gorgeous!
CBCA artist George Chaplin’s pastel studies that a client just had to have!
“Market XXXXVI” by CBCA artist Karen Silve . “Being ‘within nature’…the sights, smells and memories that an encounter in the world can generate.“
williamlachance : William LaChance “lunch money” 2016 Love!
“Clandestine Trace” by CBCA artist Richard Bogart . “The artist services his equipment: his paint, brushes, pastels, pencil, paper or canvas. It is only the most gifted painter who has and uses his immense displayed convictions so that a transmutation occurs where he is turned from the user into the used. Very few have this capacity to [...]
An office pup’s work is never done. Wishing everyone a happy Friday!
Throwback to a visit to CBCA artist Liz Dexheimer’s studio. “I have decided that when I print I don’t need to have my hand in it, the roller does the talking. When I paint, I need my hand in it more.” (Source: https://www.cynthiabyrnes.com/ )
Time flies when you’re presenting stunning art! Meetings all day in Manhattan.
“2016, IV” by CBCA artist Bart Gulley . “Positive and negative space swap places and energize the visual field.”
“Untitled S.41, Balance” by CBCA artist Gunnar Theel . “ Theel’s art is influenced by architecture. The right angle in the physical world, and its inherent sensations of equilibrium and quiet are his reference points as he works towards the finished sculpture by simplification of design and refinement of proportions" – Mies Van Der Rohe .
“Luna” by CBCA artist Perry Burns . “Pattern not only serves a spiritual purpose, but a structural one as well. Like time signatures in music, visual patterns have qualities of time, repetition, movement and space, so I try to exploit those qualities to the most dynamic effect.”
Inside CBCA artist Richard Bogart’s studio at a recent photoshoot!
Flashback to our project at a white glove mixed use building in Washington DC. Hanging in the lobby is commissioned painting by CBCA artist Julie Headland . Furniture is installed. Gorgeous!
“Agave 5” by CBCA artist Vicky Stromee . “I begin as the observer, watching as ephemeral patterns emerge and dissolve, each moment a unique confluence of light and object. And then life’s chaos resolves into a deeply satisfying feeling of connection.”
We are excited to represent Susan Wides . Welcome to the CBCA community! Susan’s photographs convey the experience not merely of being in a place, but of connecting to that place on many levels of consciousness. Susan creates a unique visualization of a site utilizing a language of the lens both with her approach to the subjects of her [...]
Check out CBCA artist Tim Prentice’s recent installation at the new Sandy Hook school in Newtown!
“Beyond Measure 001-003” by CBCA artist Laura Fayer . “Some of the things I had in mind when I made this piece were the flow of air, wind and waves, patterns created by sun and shadow, woodblock printing, the power of natural forces, mountains and sky, the challenge of embracing change and of creating an image that [...]
Would give anything to be among CBCA artist Alex Maclean’s “Beach Goers and Green Umbrellas.”
A peak inside CBCA artist Zemma Mastin White’s studio! Zemma creating a monoprint which combines a matrix of printmaking processes. “I am fascinated with layering multiple images to create an abstract expression.”
In honor of national dog day! Our office pup Elliot curating art for projects on our new website, launching soon!
“…the last works of artists…and their unfinished pictures, are more admired than those which they finished, because in them are seen the preliminary drawings left visible and the artists’ actual thoughts…” – Pliny the Elder .
Congratulations to CBCA artist Richard Erdman who has been recognized for his vital and important contributions to the state, university, nation, and the world. He has been awarded Honorary Doctor of Letters from the @universityofvermont !
Meetings today in Manhattan regarding a new project!
“Abstract Science 4” by CBCA artist Michael Brown . “I like to create a tension of affirming the tradition of the sublime in abstraction and negate its perfection at the same time.”
Featuring Kiyoshi Otsuka as the CBCA artist of the week! Kiyoshi’s acrylic abstractions develop directly from his relationship with landscape and flora. He works with both black and white as well as a colorful palette to explore nature in an abstract arena. Water is an elemental aspect and concept of his work because it provides nourishment through roots [...]
Negative space is the audible silence of the visual world. “Yellow Nest” by CBCA artist Carolina Sardi .
Congratulations to Gideon Mendelson and Alan Barry their feature in “Traditional Home Presents The Hamptons Designer Show House!” We were delighted to curate the art by CBCA artists Ashley Andrews and Gunnar Theel . Beautiful space, looks amazing!
Drawing major #inspiration today from Ellsworth Kelly’s “String Bean Leaves I-III,” all from 1965-1966 at the @whitneymuseum . His work demonstrates unassuming techniques and emphasizes the simplicity of form.
Throwback to a visit to CBCA artist Rachelle Krieger’s studio! Using oil, watercolor, drawing and sumi ink, Rachelle paints trees, skies, and natural textures in loose, bold brushstrokes creating lyrical and abstract renderings.
“To finish a picture? What nonsense! To finish it means to be through with it, to kill it, to rid it of its soul.” – Pablo Picasso .