Now exhibiting the painting of Keith Gunderson


Keith Gunderson Master Painter

Mr. Gunderson is a current and past member of the Salmagundi Club, Hudson Valley Art Association, Audubon Artists and the Oil Painters of America.  Exhibited widely, his drawings and paintings are in numerous private and corporate collections.  All works in this exhibition will be for sale.  Keith Gunderson studied under the renowned painters Frank Mason, Harvey Dinnerstein, David Leffel and Richard Schmid.

Mr. Gunderson has won numerous prestigious awards, including  Best In Show at the Hudson Valley Plein Air Festival in both 2018 and 2017, The Reginald Marsh Merit Scholarship Award at the Art Students League in New York City,  Best in Show in the Frank Mason and his Legacy Exhibition at the Bryan Gallery in Cambridge, Vermont, Best In Show at the Hudson Valley Art Association’s Exhibition at the Jasper Cropsey Museum, and was one of 22 artists selected to exhibit at the Art Students  League Centennial Exhibition.


 

Barbara Galazzo Glass

Barbara Galazzo is a New York fused glass and mosaic artist originally from New Orleans, LA. Barbara Galazzo is an artist, art promoter, curator and gallery director.  Her work has been shown nationally and internationally in numerous galleries, museums, and commercial installations. Based on the celebration of color; Barbara melds light and color into kaleidoscopic windows of movement in fused glass. Her latest works utilize multiples as a way of creating more visual space on a larger scale and give more presence to achieve the patterns and effects of “full spectrum color” as part of a healing methodology.


 

Annamario Hernandez

The work of internationally celebrated Anamario Hernandez graces our lobby, and is available for sale.  Anamario’s etchings and art jewelry are also on display. Our collection presents a unique viewing experience, with pieces hand-selected by the artist. You can view examples of the work of Anamario below. Read the latest Washington Post review of her show at The Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington DC and see more of her collections at www.anamario.com.