The Boat

Today I’m getting a start on weathering the boat keel for the current painting. Next I’ll prep/mount the cladding. Eventually I’ll submerge the whole thing in water, freeze it, put it in the oven & start it on fire (among other things) before placing it in the painting.

 

New York Design Center: What’s New, What’s Next

  • Following the recent announcement and new collaboration with Profiles, Bicycle Fine Art is pleased to introduce contemporary artworks to Profiles’ NYDC showroom. Profiles has served the design community for over 35 years, and for the first time, fine art is being offered. This partnership showcases the curatorial talents of Bicycle Fine Art, who features stellar and emerging artists and whose work complements the furniture lines by the trade’s most preeminent designers. More information and guest registration can be found at http://www.nydc.com/wnwn. This free event will be taking place today, September 14th, at 200LEX, and open from 1:00 to 9:00PM.
    .
    We are honored for the opportunity to curate and present this dialogue between Eric Lee’s ‘Verehrung’ and Robert Marinelli’s refined and sophisticated furniture line. Robert Marinelli’s timeless vision creates an intimate and warm space which invites one to experience Eric Lee’s prolific narrative across five panels. The common theme of subdivision and similar color palettes are reflected in both Robert Marinelli’s furniture and Eric Lee’s painting, creating a comprehensive aesthetic that marries the design elements of the space.
    .
    Eric Lee
    Verehrung, 2008
    [EL.08]
    Oil, ignited gunpowder, ash, paper on five hardboard panels
    Display Dimensions: 48 x 114 in.
    .
    .
    .
    .
    .
    #bicyclefineart #profilesny #collaboration#curated #robertmarinelli #ericlee #nydc#whatsnewwhatsnext #wnwn #wnwn2017#interiordesign #designinspo#contemporaryart #luxuryhome#furniture #showroom #designvignettes#inviting #sophisticated #prolific#preeminent #narrative

Lee Calicchio at the New York Design Center

I’m very honored to have my work on display at Lee Calicchio’s booth at the New York Design Center. Lee was featured as one of 1stDibs Gallery’s favorite dealers, and is pictured here with two of my paintings behind her. Thank you Bicycle Fine Art, and thank you Lee Calicchio.

See the article HERE.

Lee C.png
Lee Calicchio