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3D exhibitions

  • Redbud Gallery

    Bare Wood Wall

    19 Nov 2021 – 31 Dec 2022

    We are presenting the "Bare Wood Wall" as part of our gallery which offers a collection of different themed art works by local,national,and international artists. All works are $900 and under. Please enjoy! We welcome any questions and are here to assist you.

  • Redbud Gallery

    Justin Sterling

    01 Aug 2022 – 30 Aug 2022

    Justin Sterling considers the built environment his medium and deeply explores this methodology, collecting abandoned windows and other urban objects from various neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Lower Manhattan, and Queens to repurpose them and reimagine their stories. He fills the discarded windows with new life, literally and figuratively, using a variety of media to express both their pasts and their futures within the language already prompted by windows in the built environment. His aim is to unravel the way we view structures of power by revealing various truths about urban ecosystems, poverty, collective memory, and bad-faith legislation. Each window, or group of windows, presents a view to a new world, as it could be. ​ In New York City, broken windows come with the additional context of “broken windows policing,” a policy intended, intellectually, to make existing communities feel safer by reducing “nuisance crime” that is maintaining public order at the lowest levels to improve the overall sense of safety and security in the community. In New York, as in many other cities, the application of this practice was very different in reality, leading to the profiling, arrest, and incarceration of innumerable young men of color and to other notoriously racist police practices such as “stop and frisk.” These policies forever damaged the social landscape of people of color living in New York City.

    latest works

    • Pablo Picasso

      Artist and Model, 1964
      12 x 9 cm (h x w)
      Lithograph
      USD 750
    • Steve Sachs

      Lotto Dog, 2017
      18 x 24 x 12 cm (h x w x d)
      USD 700
    • Lynet McDonald

      Thinking, 2011
      25 x 21 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic Painting
      USD 750
    • Robert Dampier

      Eternal Nesting Place, 2021
      USD 475
    • Jim Koehn

      Heights Theater, 1992
      24 x 18 cm (h x w)
      Watercolor
      USD 210
    • Marc Chagall

      Chloe Dressed and Coiffured by Clearista, 1977
      22 x 18.5 cm (h x w)
      Lithograph
      USD 600
    • Francisco Toledo

      Tahitian Maid, 1940
      4 x 6 inch (h x w)
      Wood Cut
      USD 800
    • Sue Coe

      The Landlord, 1987
      20 x 22 inch (h x w)
      Etching
      USD 800
    • Melissa Zink

      Within the Ruins, 2000
      20 x 24 inch (h x w)
      Mixed Media Painted Print
      USD 600
    • Doug Cason

      The Slaughter Before the Haruspex, 2009-2014
      31 x 21 inch (h x w)
      Oil Painting
      USD 700
    • Aimee Jones

      Pink Camo, 2003
      12 x 12 inch (h x w)
      Painting
      USD 250
    • Bill Komodore

      River Boat, 2010
      40 x 60 inch (h x w)
      Etching
      USD 250
    • Vance Wingate

      Swoop, 2004
      18 x 14 inch (h x w)
      Acrylic Painting
      USD 300
    • Félicien Rops (1833-1898)

      La Femme de Smetse, 1858
      20 x 40 inch (h x w)
      Etching
      USD 400
    • Kelly Allison

      Dying to Produce, 2010
      16 x 16 inch (h x w)
      Painting
      USD 350
    • Maggie Nakamarra-White

      Untitled, 1990's
      14 x 14 inch (h x w)
      Painting
      USD 200
    • Daniel Johnston

      The Fear Lyrics, 2018
      14 x 10 inch (h x w)
      Mixed Media/Watercolor
      USD 700
    • Niki de Saint Phalle (1930 - 2002)

      Untitled, 1969
      30 x 40 inch (h x w)
      Serigraph/Silkscreen
      USD 900