Artist Feature Section
During his extensive career, Tyrone Mitchell has won numerous awards and fellowships, including the Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship and the John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. Mitchell has attained solo exhibitions with the G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, the Bomani Gallery, and the Newark Museum, among others, as well as having participated in countless lectures and panels.
Donald Gialanella graduated with his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cooper Union in New York City in 1979. His studies at Cooper Union granted Gialanella the unique opportunity to work with renowned artist Louise Bourgeois. Inspired by her dedication and energy, Gialanella went on to achieve numerous awards and exhibitions.
Theo Kamecke Working from his studio in the Catskill Mountains, Theo Kamecke uses a distinctive process to build his sculpture. Bringing a bold new approach to the tradition of marquetry, Kamecke applies electronic circuitry to hardwood or acrylic structures. The end result has the effect of metal over polished stone. Kamecke describes how he “…saw in the graphic patterns of electronic circuitry with their endless variety the same beauty we perceive in seashells, in crystals, in the grain of wood, or even the tree itself.” – Theo Kamecke
Currently represented by Denise Bibro Fine Art, Carol Goebel has shown her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions in the course of her career. “These sculptures are made from rusty and discarded farm tools that have had a previous life in the hands of someone close to the earth.”--Carol Goebel
Using cars from the 1950’s - especially Cadillacs - Steve Heller turns seemingly useless sheet metal into sculpture and furniture at his studio, Fabulous Furniture, in Boiceville, NY.