Current Exhibitions

Palm Beach

Works on Paper

Palm Beach

Findlay Galleries is pleased to offer a glimpse into their considerable collection of Works on Paper from modern masters Alexander Calder, Joan Miró, and Pablo Picasso to contemporary abstractionists Ronnie Landfield and Priscilla Heine.  The exhibition, Works on Paper, features lithographs, multiples, prints, pen and ink drawings, watercolors, and gouaches.


Asian Artists

Exhibition

Asian Contemporary Art

Asian Art has a broad history that dates beyond the Bronze Age.  Throughout time many social and political influences have made an impact on what we see in Contemporary Asian Art.  What we know as Asian Modern Art emerged during the 1860s through the mid 20th century, evolving into the contemporary art practices seen today.  This movement exhibits the traditional practices of Asian Art while reacting to the changing times giving each artist the ability to express their personal beliefs.


New York

Gaston Sébire

Floral Arrangements

Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the floral works of Gaston Sébire. A talented, independent, and productive painter, Sébire is recognized today as one of the premier post-impressionists from the famed l’École de Rouen and a master of plein air painting. Sébire’s eloquent paintings revolve around the song of the earth, the beautiful landscapes, seascapes, and villages where life is imbued with blue skies, light winds, colorful regattas, and afternoons in the garden or by the seashore.


Mia Fonssagrives Solow

Robots/Femmebots

Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the latest work from the internationally renowned sculptor, Mia Fonssagrives Solow:  Robots/Femmebots.

Cast in polished bronze and aluminum, Solow’s otherworldly works explore the nature of artificial intelligence.


Works on Paper

New York

Findlay Galleries is pleased to offer a glimpse into their considerable collection of Works on Paper from modern masters Alexander Calder, Joan Miró, and Pablo Picasso to contemporary abstractionists Ronnie Landfield and Priscilla Heine.  The exhibition, Works on Paper, features lithographs, multiples, prints, pen and ink drawings, watercolors, and gouaches.


Isabelle de Ganay

Printemps Exhibition

Isabelle de Ganay was born in Rouen in 1960. There she discovered the magic of the Normandy landscape that inspired the great names in Impressionism – Monet, Renoir and Sisley.

Art and nature very quickly occupied a predominant place in the life of young Isabelle, and when she was only 15 years old she was accepted to the famous Beaux-Arts in Rouen.

In 1976, Isabelle met Albert Malet, the last Impressionist painter of the School of Rouen. Malet had been a student of Robert Antoine Pinchon and he would become Isabelle’s mentor for the next ten years. Malet, who had always been aware of her gift as an artist, designated Isabelle as his successor. Upon his death in 1986, Isabelle assumed his position as Maïtre de l’École de Rouen.


Contemporary Group Exhibition

New York

Findlay Galleries New York is pleased to present a Contemporary Group Exhibition featuring Priscilla Heine, Henrik Simonsen, and Noah Landfield.

Each artist has captured the environment and added exuberant pops of color and fluid expression, all while staying true to their own unique style and character of painting.  Masters of juxtaposition and color they leave us with the emotions of the of the urban or natural space they represent.

Priscilla Heine has been aware of the essential need for drawing and painting since she was very young.  Heine draws on her many experiences to provide the light and context of her paintings giving her a range of formal abstraction and intimate references.

Henrik Simonsen’s work represents a subtle evolution of form that meets an ever-developing function as a guide to the experiences along a path of existence.  Echoing the nature of his subject matter, his painting represents growth and life.

Noah Landfield, the son of painter Ronnie Landfield, is well versed in the voice of the city and metropolitan life.  This is evident in his canvases filled with impressionistic overlays of architecture and explosions of dramatic color.  We are left with the tension between the man-made setting and forces of nature.


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