Trompe l’oeil painting of popcorn on found metal by Michael Fitts at Fraser Gallery, from Bethesda. (Photos by C-M.)
Yesterday I took a quick gander around the Affordable Art Fair in Manhattan, where 75 galleries from a dozen countries were all exhibiting pieces priced under $10,000 (with most going for between $100-$5000). Here are a few pix of some of the work that caught my eye. The fair runs through Sunday, June 15th. General admission is $17.
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Vince, an assemblage by Zac Freeman at Krause Gallery, from Atlanta.
Detail of a mural by R. Nicholas Kuszyk, courtesy of McCaig-Welles & Rosenthal of Brooklyn.
Drawing on wood by Brian Mallman at Migration: A Gallery, from Charlottesville, Va.
Union Flag (Here be Dragons and Lion), a mosaic by Susan Elliott.
Great Grandmother, 2000 by Phung Huynh.
London Yard, by Laura Jordan, at Gallery One from the U.K.
Marlboro Man by Ian Strawn at Gallery One.
Sharing Space by
Sean Seth Scantlen.
Above the Clouds by Deedee Cheriel at McCaig-Welles & Rosenthal.
Hilary, painting by Amy Hill.
Posted by C-Monster.