Porcelain Figurines, Black Granite Bases, Jerelyn Hanrahan 16″ X 9″ X 9″
Powder Coated Metal Heart, With Black Marble Base, Steven Zaluski
March 20-April 24, 2021
Dancers in Spatial / Monochromatic Format
Atelier On Spring Galerie, located at 19 Spring Street, Oyster Bay, New York, re-opened its doors with an exhibition of large scaled paintings by Jim Kogel, an artist with a degree in Civil Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
The exhibition could be viewed through the large window of the gallery for concerns regarding social distancing. Performance by dancer Evelyn Alas was performed in the gallery, and viewed on the street through the large window at the Opening on March 20.
May 8 - June 12, 2021
Artists Inspired by Architecture
Bill Carroll · Peter Dudek · Jerelyn Hanrahan · Dennis Gordon · Mary Ann Strandell · Gwyneth Leech
A group exhibition which consists of diverse contemporary works by artists inspired by the structural forms of architecture. The paintings, sculptures and photographs gathered here reflect on the gap between the known and the invented, the found and imagined worlds of architecture. Shadowy specters, brilliantly colored silhouettes and memory infused renderings of buildings populate these works. In addition, images of the rapidly changing skyline of New York city along with depictions of abandoned buildings decaying in a postindustrial landscape, fill the exhibit with questions about regeneration and loss.
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June 19 - July 17, 2021
AOS / Atelier On Spring Galerie, venue for contemporary art, located at 19 Spring Street, Oyster Bay, New York, 11771 , will open to the public with its third exhibition, entitled Good Trouble.
The exhibition is a selection of artists who exercise a search, and non-conformist approach within their work process, challenging boundaries and comfort zones which create alternative realities, be it in words, paint, jewels or porcelain. Please join us, and meet the artists:
Opening reception: June 19, 2021, 6:00 – 8:00
We will also have readings from two outstanding poets, George Wallace and Jeffrey Cyphers Wright
George Wallace is a writer in residence at the Walt Whitman Birthplace, author of 38 chapbooks of poetry, and the first laureate of the National Beat Poetry Festival. A prominent member of the NYC poetry performance scene, he travels internationally and has won numerous awards for his work in the United States and Europe. He is currently editing, FROM THE INSIDE: NYC, through the eyes of the poets who live here, an anthology scheduled for release in 2022 by Blue Light Press.
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright received his MFA in poetry after studying with Allen Ginsberg. He is a publisher, critic, eco-activist, impresario, and artist, and is best known as a New Romantic, Post-Surrealist poet. He is author of 17 books of verse, including Blue Lyre from Dos Madres Press and Party Everywhere from Xanadu. Currently he publishes Live Mag! a journal of art and poetry. He is a Kathy Acker Award recipient and recently produced a film highlighting his puppet shows called “Pandemic Puppet Jam,” on YouTube. jeffreycypherswright.com · livemag.org
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August 1 - October 30, 2021
September 18 - October 30, 2021
- Jerelyn Hanrahan: Plein air paintings of Oyster Bay
- N. Kimmel: Geometry in Lights, sculptures, lightning designs and functional objects for the home.
- Marta Baumiller: Functional ceramic works.
- Lauren Skelly Bailey: Functional ceramic works.
- Steven Zaluski: Sculptures.
October - November, 2021
Paintings and works on paper by:
- Regina Bartkoff
- Jerelyn Hanrahan
- Jessica Nissen
- Rick Prol
- Charles Schick
Immersive interactive installation by muralist Jillian Morrison
November 16 - December 30, 2021
An exhibition of large scaled paintings from the studio of Jerelyn Hanrahan.
Jerelyn Hanrahan began her artistic career as a painter, and via an international and rigorous career her studio practice has broadened, integrating sculpture, interactive conceptual public art projects, and porcelain works.
The series of paintings currently on view in the Supersized exhibition were inspired by the artists research of biological illustrations of cell structures. The imagery for these paintings were developed intuitively using a mark making process until the forms were found and embellished. These paintings were executed in Jerelyn Hanrahan’s top floor studio located at 195 Chrystie Street in New York in the late 1980’s.
January - February, 2022
Max Blagg, Peter Dudek, Jerelyn Hanrahan, Meno Romano, Rob Shepperson, Lynn Stein
SOLITAIRE, a group exhibition of works on paper, conceptual reliefs and sculpture. With a second wave of the COVID pandemic this exhibition represents works developed in isolated circumstances.