Sunday, February 17, 2013

Michael Torlen's works on view @ Fisher Hall Gallery - Horace Mann School and more news

Hi All,

I have some events coming up that I thought you might be interested in:
Michael Torlen Seamarks: 2006-2012, a solo exhibition of watercolors, monotypes, and graphic work selected from Songs for My Father and Sanger Fra Mor
Fisher Hall Gallery at Horace Mann School, 231 West 246th Street, Riverdale, NY 10471.
(The school is accessible by subway, #1 train, Van Cortlandt Park 242nd Street stop and by car near the Henry Hudson Parkway, 246th Street exit)

February 12 - 28, 2013

• Opening reception, Tuesday, February 12, 12:00 - 2:30 pm
• Artist talk, Wednesday, February 20, 12:45 - 3:00 pm

Solidary/Solitary: Artists at Work, an exhibition of my recent work and that of seven other artists whom I have led in a critique group for the past six years. Miranda Arts Project Space, 6 North Pearl Street, Port Chester, NY 10573 914.318.7178
February 16 - March 16, 2013

• Reception and gallery talk, Saturday, February 16, 5:00 pm
Art @ The Mariner, a solo exhibition of a selection of my marine and landscape paintings and works on paper in the recently completed luxury residency, The Mariner, 21 Willett Avenue, Port Chester, NY, 10573. This exhibition is the first in a series of six-month exhibitions showcasing the work of an artist, sponsored by ArtsWestchester and hosted by The Mariner.

• Opening reception, Wednesday, February 20, 6:00 pm

Views from the Shore, a group exhibition of photographs, prints, and paintings in which I have two monotypes and a watercolor, an exhibition in conjunction with From Shore to Shore: Boat Builders and Boatyards of Westchester and Long Island now on view through March 9 at the Arts Exchange, 31 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY914.428.4220

Lastly, as many of you know, I wrote an article about Richard Artschwager’s sculpture that was recently on view in his retrospective at the Whitney Museum. “EYEWITNESS: Reflections on Richard Artschwager’s Untitled, 1971” was published in the Brooklyn Rail’s, December-January online edition. <<> >

I hope to see those of you in the area.
All the best,

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