FEBRUARY 17th, 2024 - APRIL 2024
CHELSEA COSMOVERSE MASTERS
"La Vie en Rose"
CHELSEA COSMOVERSE MASTERS GROUP PRESS RELEASE
AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 210 Eleventh Avenue-Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase its prestigiously curated "CHELSEA COSMOVERSE MASTERS" FEBRUARY 17th - APRIL 2024 Valentine's Exhibition.
Universally recognized as the penultimate International Art Center of the World, Chelsea-New York City, and Amsterdam Whitney Gallery shine the spotlight on the leading contemporary Master Artists of the International Chelsea Art World. These global Masters' works explore the abstract, figurative and natural realms and are an exuberant compendium of the perceptions of the heart, manifesting in a unique visual lexicon which unites global dynamic energy with aesthetic sensibilities.
FEBRUARY 17th - APRIL 2024 "CHELSEA COSMOVERSE MASTERS" EXHIBIT
"La Vie en Rose" Champagne Soirée
CHELSEA COSMOVERSE MASTERS Exhibition
MISA AIHARA's vibrant abstract "Verko" series navigates the viewer to an unchartered spectral realm of non-objective language, constructing a visual map which explores the human interconnection to art through the employment of color, light, and shapes, juxtaposing brilliant splashes of tones resulting in dynamic organic forms.
TOM ASHBOURNE’s multi-colored, museum-caliber sculptures masterfully synthesize a newly defined abstract sculptural lexicon with non-objective carved color stone sculptures which unite a harmonious abstract combination to reveal the invisible within the visible, infused with harmony, balance and rhythm, manifesting color, volume, and shape.
NANCY BALMERT, known as “Queen of the Flowers" as well as an "Artistic Ambassador to Nature," enlarges the visible natural world to bloom into a fusion of myriad mosaic, chromatic flowers, and Dutch-style still life oil paintings, which create an up-close celebration of the floral kingdom. Cajoling us to inhale every beautiful petal and exhale their joy, she brilliantly illustrates the subliminal effects of her enchanted floral realm and reminds us that flowers are gifts from heaven to earth.
WENDY COHEN's elegant and soulful abstract expressionist paintings portray an incandescent, parallax vision of an ethereal inner world which spiritually visualizes sensorial vibrations, radiating kaleidoscopic colors intermingled with collaged elements which reflect a freedom of non-objective expression.
ESTER CROCETTA's captivating dioramas reverberate with an optical journey of remarkable dream-like/nightmare figures who transfigure a compelling fusion of imagination and drama, filtered through the artist’s creative perceptions and emotions, intermingling forgotten corners of our world with her unique artistic vision.
MAURIZIO DIANA's “New Horizons" series shines the spotlight on a visionary world as he intuitively presents iconography from the past and present, highlighting illuminated allegorical symbols and shapes, while masterfully blending imageries and languages of cultures which amalgamate diverse artistic icons to become a visual metaphor for the complexities of life's cross-cultural experiences.
ELLIOTT GILBERT's masterful landscapes incandescently commemorate the glories of nature and enshrine that which is beautiful as he illustrates an extraordinary intimacy with the land and nature, translating his observations into a spectrum of visual experiences, which explores our internal emotions juxtaposed with the external environment.
MICHAEL GLEIZER's magical, neo-impressionist figurative and floral paintings reflect nostalgic remembrances of the past, emphasizing the beauty of the human experience and nature, inviting us to journey to otherworldly scenarios which blend time and place, echoing the resilience of the human spirit, accentuating the universality of humankind in nature.
NERYS LEVY artistically channels a verdant, visceral response to nature on canvas, encouraging us to treasure and conserve our environment, as she illustrates landscapes with chromatic colors which explode and bear a spectrum of hues, transforming the often-inexpressible beauty of nature into a resonant artistic narrative.
JOACHIM LOMBARD's black & white photographic "Imprudence" NYC Series' is reminiscent of a film noir, employing his lens to convey the mystery and mood of the "Big Apple," utilizing monochromatic reflections in windows, mirrors, and puddles to create the illusion of depth and fragmentation, resulting in an ambiance of floating uncertainty.
LORI MOLE's oeuvre transcribes a harmonic joie de vivre aesthetic vision of life, celebrating special pleasurable moments, symbolized by music and wine, as this bon vivant artist rejoices in both quiet times, such as savoring a glass of California red wine, or enjoying lively events, such as listening to the cool sounds of jazz.
LARRY RANDOLPH, an artistic time traveler, creates an alternate multi-layered pictorial universe, re-mixing the past with the present, juxtaposing historical events and subjects such as Zelensky, Napoleon, Putin, Rothko, Robert Oppenheim, along with Barbie, all of whom are interwoven with allegorical and metaphorical components.
TOBY GOTESMAN SCHNEIER's masterful, polychromatic abstract oeuvre reflects her multi-cultural, cosmopolitan legacy which illuminates divergent realities of glowing shapes and sparkling color, resulting in a sophisticated, symphony-like vision which culminates into a crescendo of kaleidoscopic tones, achieving a fantasia fulcrum of expressive sensations.
ANNETTE TAN's landscape paintings illustrate a love affair with Mother Nature, portraying a delicate balance between the earth and the sky, while capturing the ephemeral essence of the terrain in her luminescent oeuvre which externalizes the harmonic inner visions of nature and charismatically pay homage to the environment.
SMOKEY THOMAS' abstracted oeuvre symbolizes a fulcrum of visceral emotion, synthesizing a vortex of non-objective artistic expression which is both exciting and intellectual. contextualizing positive, celestial elements of the universe, radiating a unique beacon of light of energetic emotions.
GERRY YASUI's colorful digital prints mounted on canvas, translate a personal vision of the terrain which are optically guided by his unique vision of the topography of the world as he utilizes the full spectral abilities of the lens to view life and create new meanings for the future which reflect the reality and unreality of the environment.
WENDY YEO's abstract nature compositions visualize the spiritual inner visions of nature which are not readily apparent to the human eye, intermingling an exquisite sensitivity to the natural elements, while exploring the fragility and intensity of the inner terrestrial world, echoing the beauty and energy of the land, sky, and water.
ARTWORKS ON DISPLAY
Oil on Canvas
"BLUE EYED GIRL TOO"
Rose Wonderstone, Glass & Granite Base
17"x 8"x 8"
Oil on Canvas
Acrylic Recycled Paper & Markers on Canvas
18" x 24"
"I AM BIO"
Oil on Canvas
90 x 120 cm
Oil on Photo Canvas
70 x 55 cm
"GARDEN AT ST. LUKE'S PLACE"
Watercolor on Canvas
Oil on Canvas
24" x 30"
"OLIVE GROVE, ASOLO, VENETO ITALY"
Gouache, Water Soluble, Crayon & Pen on Paper
24" x 18"
"IMPRUDENCE NYC #1" (2/10)
Photography printed on Satin Fine Art Photo Paper
Acrylic On Canvas
12" x 12"
Acrylic, Composite Ornamentation & Gold Leaf on Canvas
60” x 43”
TOBY GOTESMAN SCHNEIER
Oil & Acrylic (mixed media, predominantly oil) on Archival Canvas
"YOU ARE RADIANT"
Oil on Gesso Board
Acrylic on Canvas
18" x 24"
17” x 21” (Framed)