Broadway Gallery NYC
February 28th-March 12th, 2011
Reception: Thursday, March 3rd, 6:00–8:00pm
On February 28, 2011, the Sculptors Guild of New York opened a non-juried exhibition of new work.
This presentation offers professional and serious work of consistently high commitment and craftsmanship –which is to be expected of a professional organization active in New York City for nearly 75 years. Guild members have pursued their ideas in recent years with passion and devotion to their craft – a confirmation that professionalism is alive and well in the Art Community.
“New Work: 2011” is a survey of sculpture ‘at the moment’. Evident taxi stansted to london is how each artist, in their artistic practice is redefining the trajectories in digital, multimedia, installation, non-objective, figurative, abstract and new technology artwork.
Featuring: Gilbert BORO, David BOYAJIAN, Miguel CASTILLO, Jeremy COMINS, Steven DONO, Irene GENNARO, Andrew GOERLITZ, Gail GOLDSMITH, Michelle GREENE, Sarah HAVILAND, Alison HELM, Lucy HODGSON, Howard KALISH, Stephen KELTNER, Elizabeth KNOWLES, Rob LOEBELL, Elaine LORENZ, Vera MANZI-SCHACHT, Gina MICCINILLI, David MORRIS, Sassona NORTON, Kate RAUDENBUSH, Renata SCHWEIBEL, Alvin SHER, Mary Ellen SCHERL, Philip SIMMONS, David SMALLEY, Robert Michael SMITH, Judith STEINBERG, TMIMA
The Sculptors Guild of New York was founded in 1937, and has a renowned and rich history of supporting visionary artists of divergent aesthetics. The Guild has a busy regional and international exhibition agenda. Recent Guild exhibition venues have included Governors Island for the past three years, and art fairs in Stockholm and Cologne. Over its angajare bona history the Guild has staged exhibitions at the Guggenheim Museum, the International Building at Rockefeller Plaza, Bryant Park and the New York Botanical Garden, in addition to traveling shows circulated by the Carnegie Corporation, the American Federation of the Arts and Hofstra University, to name a few.
For information about the Sculptors Taxi Heathrow To London Guild go to www.sculptorsguild.org. For general information about the Broadway Gallery go to: www.broadwaygallerynyc.com
SCULPTORS GUILD CONTACT:
Mary Ellen Scherl, Artist and President
The Sculptors Guild is a 501©3 nonprofit organization.