18 April 2009

Detail, Mi Central IV

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Detail, Mi Central IV
oil on linen/panel, 2009, 7"x5"
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Please do not contact the galleries about the small 7x5 paintings.
This daily oil painting is of late afternoon sunlight on the beautiful abandoned Mi Central Station. Someone has painted a broken flower on the side of the building blue.

Studio shot with Paintings
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The paintings are all ready to be wrapped up for shipment to the George Billis Gallery.

These paintings will be available in the New York show, opening reception: Thursday, April 30th. 6-8 pm at the George Billis Gallery in Chelsea.

Please contact the Gallery for more information
on the large gallery paintings only.


Anonymous said...

Didn't realise how large those paintings were... i'm not good at working out sizes from cms or inches! Brilliant work!

Pierre Raby said...

Congratulations Stephen for that impressive body of work, body of excellent work I should say.
You are a force of nature- very impressive! I wish you plenty of success for your upcoming show and also thanks for sharing these on your blog.

Sheila Vaughan said...

It's a wonderful collection Stephen, they have abundant 'presence' seeing them all together here in the home of their creation. Thanks for showing us this. Hope the show goes well for you.

Frank Gardner said...

Excellent body of work there Stephen.
I like the look of those simple black floater frames too.

Stephen Magsig said...

Thanks all, it is fun changing size from the small daily to the larger works. Frank, the float frames are from Metropolitan Picture Framing. They are wonderful to deal with an can be ordered ahead. Ask for Karen Desnick.

Dzhony_df said...

мне нравятся эти выхваченные из контекста архитектурные прелести! в ваших умелых руках художника они становятся цельными и самостоятельными объектами и предметами уже не жизн6и, а искусства! ! ! браво!
I like these architectural delights snatched out from a context! In your skilful hands of the artist they become integral both independent objects and subjects any more life, and arts!!! Gallant!