Lyons Wier Gallery @ Art Miami 2017

Lyons Wier Gallery @ Art Miami 2017

Lyons Wier Gallery Booth No. A232

December 5 - December 10th

Lyons Wier Gallery is pleased to present the works of Anthony Adcock, Michael Boroniec, James Gortner, Mary Henderson, Stephanie Hirsch, Jae Yong Kim, Valeri Larko, David Lyle, Dylan Martinez, Joshua Meyer, Cobi Moules, Fahamu Pecou, James Rieck and Cayce Zavaglia at Art Miami, 2017. For it's 28th edition, the fair will open its new location at 1 Herald Plaza, NE 14th Street on Biscayne Bay in downtown Miami. The fair will take place December 5 - December 10th from 11am - 8pm, daily with a VIP Preview on December 5th.
 
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SOFA CHICAGO 2017

SOFA CHICAGO 2017

Solo Position: Michael Boroniec

November 3-5, 2017

Lyons Wier Gallery will be featuring a solo presentation with ceramic artist Michael Boroneic at the Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago.  SOFA is the premier gallery-presented art fair dedicated to three-dimensional art and design. On par with Art Basel and TEFAF Maastricht, SOFA has continuously run since 1994.  What distinguishes SOFA from other top art events is its focus on three-dimensional artworks that cross the boundaries of fine art, decorative art and design. SOFA is noted for its exceptional presentation, with an elite selection of international dealers presenting for sale one-of-a-kind masterworks.

James Gortner @ Fernando Alvarez Gallery Stamford, CT

James Gortner @ Fernando Alvarez Gallery Stamford, CT

James Gortner @ Fernando Alvarez Gallery Stamford, CT

Oct 23 - Nov 14, 2017

“Force Field” features a selection of bold, thought-provoking pieces, the majority created by using old paint and discarded paintings. Gortner started working with “found paintings” — obtained through thrift stores, friends and art schools — almost 20 years ago.

He discovered that if he fastened them together, added new paint and elements and used various techniques, he could create an entirely new piece. It doesn’t hurt that he learned carpentry from his father. “Regardless of what they look like, because they are paint and they are on canvas,” he said, “I can transform them in various ways to make them look totally different than the way they did.”

James Rieck

James Rieck

ArtSpeak Interview

October 2017

Interview of James Rieck by Yasemin Vargi for exhibition "Rapture."

James Gortner

James Gortner

@ The Art Students League

Nov 27 to Dec 1, 2017

James Gortner "Developing the Conceptual Framework of Your Art" at The Art Students League, NY.  Monday, Nov 27th - Friday, Dec 1st, 6:00 to 9:30pm​

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