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Blue Mountain Gallery

Blue Mountain Gallery

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  • Blue Mountain Gallery

    New Year/New Space

    13 Jan 2020 – 30 Jan 2020

    We begin our 41st continuous year with an exhibition at our new location, Suite 200 of this Chelsea landmark art building, 547 West 27th Street. The show of our gallery members inaugurates the new space and welcomes the New Year. Since our founding, Blue Mountain Gallery artists have achieved a great deal. We have garnered many reviews, awards and honors. We have been exhibited and collected by museums across America both large and small, participated in countless exhibitions in other venues worldwide and have kept our gallery vital as we began our next chapter. The Gallery was founded in SOHO in 1980 when the Green Mountain Gallery closed and gallery artists decided to continue together as an artist run cooperative. We reopened as Blue Mountain Gallery on Wooster Street and were there for 20 years. In 2001 the Gallery moved to 25th Street in Chelsea. Exhibitions were held there until March 2020 when the building was sold right before COVID-19 shut down the City. We continued with online exhibits and features. By summer our members were looking for a new space and 547 West 27th was selected. We welcome visitors to the gallery beginning Wednesday January 13th, every Wednesday through Saturday from 12 – 6 PM. All COVID-19 protocols are in place and you can walk up to the second floor or take the elevator. The gallery continues an online presentation for those who cannot get to Chelsea yet, including our website, Facebook, Artsy and 3D exhibitions at Kunstmatrix. Please join us in looking forward to a bright future in our new space.

  • Blue Mountain Gallery

    Essential Art: Work by Blue Mountain Gallery Artists during the Pandemic - Part II

    10 Jul 2020 – 30 Oct 2020

    These artists have been personally affected by the COVID crisis in different ways – and their current creative work reflects that variety. Some are purposely making work countering a sense of chaos and isolation, some are addressing it directly or tangentially, some are focusing on long standing artistic concerns and practices and some are taking time to sort through studios and finding work that resonates with the current situation. This virtual exhibition includes the artists’ statements about their work during the pandemic (click on information symbol). Part one of exhibition on links from www.bluemountaingallery.org

  • Blue Mountain Gallery

    Essential Art: Work by Blue Mountain Gallery artists during the Pandemic - Part I

    01 Jun 2020 – 01 Sep 2020

    These artists have been personally affected by the COVID crisis in different ways – and their current creative work reflects that variety. Some are purposely making work countering a sense of chaos and isolation, some are addressing it directly or tangentially, some are focusing on long standing artistic concerns and practices and some are taking time to sort through studios and finding work that resonates with the current situation. This virtual exhibition includes the artists' statements about their work during the pandemic (click on information symbol). More information at www.bluemountaingallery.org

    latest works

    • Gina Sawin

      Tern Flock, Gray Skies
      30 x 32 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 2000
    • Jane Beckwith

      Go Fly, 2020
      36 x 24 inch (h x w)
      screenprint with letterpress, antique wood fonts
      USD 850
    • Marjorie Kramer

      Garden Vegetables with Checkerboard Trivet
      20 x 25 inch (h x w)
      Oil on linen
      USD 825
    • Jeanie Wing

      Misty Blue Ridge Mountains
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      USD 180
    • Jim Weidle

      Partial Eclipse
      5 x 5 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Sam Thurston

      Five Figures
      9 x 19 inch (h x w)
      #2D oil on board
      USD 850
    • Clifford Thompson

      Trumpet and Drums
      24 x 20 inch (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      USD 500
    • Linda Smith

      In the Beginning
      16 x 20 inch (h x w)
      Oil on panel
      USD 1100
    • Janet Sawyer

      Reverberation, 2020
      16 x 20 inch (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      USD 600
    • Marykate O'Neil

      #9, 2020
      12 x 12 inch (h x w)
      Mixed Media on Canvas
    • Victoria Salzman

      I want to dream my life back...
      22 x 18 inch (h x w)
      etching
      USD 800
    • Tim Ross

      Blue Wing
      17 x 16 inch (h x w)
      Digital Media
      USD 200
    • Alakananda Mukerji

      Bash and I, 2020
      24 x 20 inch (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      USD 400
    • Helene Manzo

      “Time of Day“ series Outer Sunset, San Francisco, 2020
      20 x 16 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Margaret Leveson

      Lake Shoreline
      26 x 20 inch (h x w)
      Oil on linen
      USD 900
    • John Leavey

      Nude
      12 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 1500
    • Sam Jungkurth

      Sky Flower
      24 x 18 inch (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
      USD 1000
    • Carol Heft

      Anguish
      9 x 12 inch (h x w)
      Pen and Ink
      USD 500
    • Owen Gray

      Monsters and Mussels
      12 x 12 inch (h x w)
      USD 750
    • Ken Ecker

      12 25 20 MD
      12 x 9 inch (h x w)
      Mixed media on paper
      USD 375
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