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From September 3 through October 23, BCB ART will feature the exhibit Scheherazade, a cycle of lyrical abstract paintings by Antonio Alvarez. In these new paintings, Alvarez has garnered inspiration from both One Thousand and One Nights—tales of the legendary storyteller Scheherazade to the Persian Sultan Shahrayar—and the...

From May 14 through July 3, BCB ART will exhibit QUIETUS, new paintings by RICHARD BUTLER. With his daughter as his muse, Richard Butler depicts lush expressionistic portraits of a pensive female, who serves as a cipher for himself. Butler explains: “In a way I think all...

On View October 17–November 22, 2015 “REMNANTS is an exhibition of wall drawings which explore the space between reality and illusion. Freed from it’s usual context, does a scarf that ‘floats’ present qualities unseen in it’s static state?" Also on view will be work by gallery Artists...

From September 19–October 11, 2015 BCB ART presents Christy Rupp: Carbon, Mostly “Land really is the best art” – Andy Warhol “The best thing about the earth is if you poke holes in it –oil and gas come out”––Republican  Congressman Steve Stockman 2013 The forefront of CHRISTY RUPPS’s...

From August 22–September 13, 2015 BCB ART presents The M.Van Dyke Monoprints of the 1980’s “During the eighties I was making several small editions of etchings at Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop in New York. I was working with a young master printer Bob had introduced me...

From July 18th through August 16th 2015  BCBART will be exhibiting a solo show titled BIG COLLARS- new work by BARBARA FRIEDMAN. “These Big Collar paintings are inspired by the Dutch Ruff collars in Old Master portraits, but the free play of scale and color in...

From November 15 through December 21, 2014, BCB ART will present an exhibition of bronze sculptures by renowned artist Ed Smith. The theme of Smith’s new exhibition, Multum in Parvo (Latin), may be translated as “Much in Little,” or “In Brief.” But apart from the...

From October 11 through November 9, 2014, BCB ART will present Shin Creek photographs by BENJAMIN SWETT. Throughout this group of photographs, Swett follows Shin Creek, a winding waterway that traverses the western Catskills of New York State. The changing landscape of the place is anchored...