Artists Making Their Mark, Three to Watch

Thrilled to pieces that Fine Art Connoisseur asked to feature me in the April Issue's article Artists Making Their Mark.  Ecstatic that while the paint was still drying they choose my "Angels Wear White", a 33 x 46 oil on linen.  

The model is my enchanting friend and she inspired me greatly, thank you JoanMarie.

The painting did dry and is now in the beautiful Roux & Cyr International Fine Art Gallery.  

For a closer look pick up your copy, today!

She is particularly admired for her atmospheric lighting, and for creating compositions that hint at dramatic narrative, even romance, without specifying exactly what’s happening.
— Fine Art Connoiseur

Members' Exhibition Overtakes Salmagundi Club Building

by Jeffrey Carlson Reporting Editor, Fine Art Today


 The prestigious Salmagundi Art Club will soon unveil an exhibition of works by its artist-members, whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper will fill nearly every wall throughout the club's historic building.

The Salmagundi Art Club of New York will premiere its Annual Members' Exhibition on March 26. The exhibition will be installed throughout the club's building, while a concurrent show from the American Watercolor Society occupies the Upper and Lower Galleries. A reception for the participating artists will be held on April 3, from 7:30-9:30 p.m.

The SCNY Annual Members' Exhibition features a selection of club members whose work spans a variety of media: oil, watercolor, pastel, graphics, sculpture, photography, and mixed media. The club will be presenting works from over 140 of its artists -- chosen to represent a nationwide membership of more than 850 -- including both established artists and emerging talent. Participating artists include Daniel Greene, Kathleen Gray, Leah Lopez, Matthew M. Schulz, Andrew Lattimore, John C. Traynor, and Mitsu Walters.

The Salmagundi Art Club is located at 47 5th Avenue in Lower Manhattan. To learn more, visit the Salmagundi Club website.

"Lady Liz" is among the paintings in this unique exhibition, and can be viewed in the Parlor.  

For more see the full article and visit Salmagundi Club!

Leah Lopez, "Lady Liz," oil on linen, 36 x 24 in.

Leah Lopez, "Lady Liz," oil on linen, 36 x 24 in.