Geoffrey Stein featured in Huffington Post’s “If This Art Could Vote”

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Geoffrey Stein’s “Trump Bankruptcy Portrait” was featured on The Huffington Post’s “If This Art Could Vote: Artist’s Reflect on America’s Pivotal 2016 Election Season”. Click the link below to check it out!

You can purchase a poster of the “Trump Bankruptcy Portrait” by Geoffrey Stein by clicking the link below.

http://www.thelionheartgallery.com/Artwork-Detail.cfm?ArtistsID=708&NewID=5370

Geoffrey Stein_Trump

Impulse and Paper Cuts featured on StacyKnows Blog

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Our current exhibitions IMPULSE by Ashley Chase Andrews and PAPER CUTS by Gregg Welz were featured in a blog post about contemporary art on StacyKnows.com

Click the link below to see the full article!

Exciting New Contemporary Art Featured at the Lionheart Gallery: IMPULSE and PAPER CUTS

 

 

 

 

 

Starrett-Lehigh Building Features Serge Strosberg’s “Starrett-Lehigh Building” Painting.

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The Starrett-Lehigh Building featured Serge Strosberg’s “Starrett-Lehigh Building” painting on their website, just in time for our gallery opening of Tales of the High Line on Sunday, March 20 at 3 pm! Check out the full article at the link below.

http://www.starrett-lehigh.com/starrett-lehigh-to-be-featured-at-new-painting-exhibition/

StarrettLehigh feature

The Lionheart Gallery in New Canaan Living Newspaper

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New Canaan Article

The Lionheart Gallery and Artists were on the front cover of New Canaan Living Newspaper on June 25th, 2015. Paul Balmer, Claudia Mengel, and David Hutchinson pieces were all featured! It includes information about our artworks and our artists!

Don’t forget about our upcoming Summer Show on Saturday July 18th from 5pm-8pm! The show will be featuring: Ashley Chase Andrews, Paul Balmer, Whit Conrad, Liz Dexhemier, Ann George, David Hutchinson, Claudia Mengel, Barbara Owen, Betsy Polach, Emma Powell, Jennifer Schlesinger, Geoffrey Stein, Karen Vogel, and Sculptural works by Donald Bracken.

The Lionheart Gallery Summer Show

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Group Summer Show

For Immediate Release

Contact: Cindy Clarke (letterscd@aol.com) (203.613.9163)

Lionheart Gallery Launches Group Exhibition for Summer with July Opening A Talented Showcase of Local Contemporary Artists Make This A Must See Exhibition

Pound Ridge, NY – (June, 2015) Announcing a summertime lineup that includes some of the hottest contemporary artists, Susan Grissom, director of the Lionheart Gallery at 27 Westchester Avenue in Pound Ridge, New York, said that the Gallery’s group exhibition will open on July 5 through September 27, 2015. The exhibition will feature a robust portfolio of works by 14 different area artists, including Westport artist Claudia Mengel, New Canaan painter Paul Balmer and Darien printmaker Karen Vogel; Bedford satirist Whit Conrad and Pound Ridge painters David Hutchinson and Geoffrey Stein; North Salem abstract artist Ashley Chase Andrews; Litchfield County artists Liz Dexheimer and organic sculptor Donald Bracken; mixed media artist from Rhode Island Barbara Owen and Hamptons artist Betsy Podlach, along with visionary photographers Ann George, Emma Powell and Jennifer Schlesinger from Colorado, Louisiana and New Mexico .

Sitting along a rural road between New Canaan, Connecticut, and Pound Ridge, New York, the quiet surrounds of the Lionheart Gallery will showcase the brightest and the best in this summer’s group exhibition, enlightening with illuminated perspectives that exude the very nature of contemporary art.

Mentioning the incredible diversity of artwork and the plethora of talents in this show, Susan Grissom advised, “With organically based sculpture created by acclaimed mixed media artist Donald Bracken, stunning ethereal photography from a trio of visionary women photographers, and paintings of all subject and style by forward-thinking artists exceptionally skilled in their use of color and mixed media applications, this exhibition offers something for everyone.”

Color, emotionally charged, brilliantly executed and joyous in expression, defines Claudia Mengel’s signature style in large-scale paintings that provide the focal palette for any space where they are hung. Her vision is inspired by the landscapes around her and takes shape in a kaleidoscope of imagery and colors, hand mixed, heartfelt and uniquely finessed to evoke the luminosity and spiritual beauty that characterizes her work.

Paul Balmer hails from South Africa, studied art in Australia, taught drawing in Switzerland, honed his fine art talents in Paris, worked as a commercial illustrator in Boston and then moved to New York. His art is theme-based, evocative and expressed in a series of works that evolve into visual perspectives that chronicle a sense of place. Whether they are urban renderings of city skylines or pastoral settings, each is immersed in the energy and the colorful personalities of the landscapes he paints into immortality.

Bedford resident Whit Conrad takes whimsy to a new level with his satirical painted commentaries of dinner parties, goat farms, pink ladies, comedic self-portraits and more. His ability to engage viewers in animated conversations about his expressive caricatures has made him a huge success at the Lionheart Gallery.

West Cornwall resident Donald Bracken takes his inspiration from the Earth, literally. He incorporates vines, twigs, dirt and clay into his sculpture to honor the beauty found in nature. His three dimensional works are quiet reflections of treasured woodlands, tranquil ponds and verdant foliage, where frog love, starry nights, fireflies and plants evoke the inherent rhythm of the soil, giving life and movement to his signature art style. The summer exhibition will feature free-hanging sculptures that suggest living moments with every movement.

Documenting dreamy other worlds with an imaginative mix of archival photography processes and digital enhancements, the women photographers featured in the gallery’s exhibition, Ann George, Emma Powell and Jennifer Schlesinger invite the public to experience people and places posed in time.

Darien resident Karen Vogel is a printmaker and painter who, like Donald Bracken, finds inspiration in the natural world. Her work deftly explores the connection between patterns, textures, layers, colors, perspective and scale and plays out on canvas.

An architect with a passion for embedding code in art, David Hutchinson finds inspiration in his artistic alphabet. “As a concept based abstract artist,” he explains, “my work investigates the nature of communication and the meaning of visual presentation.”

Similarly motivated by abstract expression, Ashley Chase Andrews, a transplanted Californian, is a self-professed risk taker who finds freedom in mark making as she tries to “discover the balance of line, color, volume and personal strokes. She likes to work fast and big as she strives to convey the streets, architecture, museums and city near the hamlet she now calls home.

Hamptons artist Betsy Podlach has an uncanny knack for hinting at her subject’s inner life, while engaging the viewer in speculation. Her work leaps off the canvas with hints of sensuality and vulnerability. She notes “people have a rich inner life existing simultaneously with our outward appearance.” Pause at her poses and find surprising artistic depth in her visual portraits.

Liz Dexheimer impresses with paintings and prints inspired by natural landscapes, and Rhode Island artist Barbara Owen works her magic with paper and paint, presenting series of works that “ explore how color, shape, material and paint itself develop and change one’s experience of each work.”

The Lionheart Gallery, located at 27 Westchester Avenue in Pound Ridge, New York, is open Wednesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm and Sunday from 12 pm to 4 pm. For more information, visit www.thelionheartgallery.com or call 914-764-8689.

Whit Conrad Upcoming Exhibition

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The Lionheart Gallery Debuts Art by Whit Conrad from

March 7 – April 26

Solo Exhibition Features a Collection of Whimsical Portraits of Daily Life

Pound Ridge, NY – (February 15, 2015) Susan Grissom, director of The Lionheart Gallery, located at 27 Westchester Avenue in Pound Ridge, New York, is renowned for scouting out and signing some of the most exciting contemporary artists of our time for her gallery. Her bi-monthly exhibitions regularly draw art aficionados from across the country eager to see what works she is showcasing next in her Chelsea-like gallery. Her new exhibition, Art by Whit, is making its debut on March 7 through April 26, 2015 with a breakout collection of satirical painted commentaries by Bedford- and Manhattan-based artist Whit Conrad.

Whimsy and wit are at the core of Conrad’s art, keeping his works perennially provocative and fresh with each viewing. Combining acrylic ink and acrylics on linen or oil on linen, selected works for his solo exhibition will include his Comanche Dinner series, his goat family paintings, Fish for Sale and other colorful odes to fishing, as well as his tongue-in-cheek perspectives on real life scenes, from the Pink Lady, Morning After, Bad Week, Puttin on a Face, The Gardener, At the Ball and more that humorously play out in multi-meaning stories on his large canvases.

Says Susan Grissom, “I love the satirical expression in Whit Conrad’s works. At first glance, I thought they were reminiscent of the artist Jean- Michel Basquiat, but after visiting him in his studio, it is very clear that Whit has his own unique style and point of view. I think people who see his work will find much to laugh about in how he depicts everyday life. I love the characters he has created as well as his animals. I can’t think of a more perfect winter exhibit to wake people up from the winter doldrums.”

Whit Conrad, a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Law School, didn’t start painting until after he retired from a successful 36-year career at one of the leading law firms in New York City. Acting on a long-held suggestion by his mother, a passionate and prolific painter, he dabbled in art classes at first, tentatively putting pencil to paper in a drawing class at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture. He planned to drop out after one semester. But several members of the New York Studio School faculty, painter Graham Nickson, dean of the school, and former teacher, mixed media artist Grace Knowlton among them, had other aspirations for him, encouraging him to try his hand at painting before he put away his palette. He ended up staying for three years.

Located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, the Studio School was founded on the principle that drawing from life should form of the basis of artistic development. Students are encouraged to develop their artistic practice along lines similar to the “atelier” approach favored by European art. Their staff is a treasure trove of contemporary artists, each with a distinctive signature style that pays tribute to their creative expressions.

According to the school’s established artists, there are three things that all great art must have: formal use of line and color, poetic imagery and a mysterious essence. Whit’s master of color and image was impressive right out of the gate. His figurative style is always a constant surprise and delight. And his ability to create smile inducing, thought provoking scenes of everyday pastimes pays well-earned tribute to his unique take on his life experiences.

“I try to capture the poetry and mystery in what I see,” explains Whit. “My paintings are all conceived by an image that strikes me as powerful or interesting in one sense or another. The image triggers an inquiry—often emotional, often playful—into elements of form, color, and narrative.”

“I normally begin with the visual world: a pictorial idea. This can be something I have seen and perhaps sketched or photographed, or drawn from my collection of family photos, books and newspapers: the richly landscaped archives of memory. Whatever its origin, the image becomes my companion in the journey through my imagination and the demands of the medium. Together we evolve, complicate, suffer, celebrate, transform. Without a map and without direction, we are free to wander recklessly. Eventually, the painting itself takes over as guide, steering us toward some unexpected destination.”

Art is hard, admits Whit, but creating it challenges and excites the senses. Studying art with exceptional mentors like the ones he worked with at the Studio School opened up a new passion for this retired lawyer. No matter the struggles, Whit says his teachers told him to keep at it if that’s what he wanted. Lucky for us, he did keep at it.

“When I was a young law student, my mother said ‘learn how to draw and be happy for the rest of your life.’ Turns out, she was right.”

Whit Conrad’s exhibition is open to the public at The Lionheart Gallery from March 7 through April 26, 2015, Wednesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm; Sundays from 12 noon to 5 pm and by chance. Meet the Artist in person at the exhibition’s opening reception from 5 pm to 8 pm on Saturday March 7, 2015.

For more information, visit http://www.thelionheartgallery.com or call 914.764.8689.

For media interviews, contact Cindy Clarke, email letterscd@aol.com or call 203.613.9163.

About Whit Conrad

Whit Conrad is a New York City and Bedford, NY, based artist. He is a graduate of the New York Studio School in painting and drawing.

His work has been shown at various public venues including:

-Price Waterhouse Coopers lobby show, selected sculpture, 2008.

-NYSS Gallery, solo shows, 2009, 2010, 2011

-Bedford Art Show, curated group shows, 2010, 2013, 2015

-Knickerbocker Club Art Show, New York City, various years

-Spinnaker Trust Art Show, Portland, ME, curated solo show, 2014

-Gallery Sensei, New York City, solo show, 2014

He is a trustee of the Vermont Studio Center where he was board chair for seven years. Previously a corporate lawyer in NYC, he has degrees from Yale and Harvard Law School. View his portfolio of work at artbywhit.tumblr.com

Geoffrey Stein featured in Huffington Post’s “If This Art Could Vote”

Featured

Geoffrey Stein’s “Trump Bankruptcy Portrait” was featured on The Huffington Post’s “If This Art Could Vote: Artist’s Reflect on America’s Pivotal 2016 Election Season”. Click the link below to check it out!

You can purchase a poster of the “Trump Bankruptcy Portrait” by Geoffrey Stein by clicking the link below.

http://www.thelionheartgallery.com/Artwork-Detail.cfm?ArtistsID=708&NewID=5370

Geoffrey Stein_Trump

Impulse and Paper Cuts featured on StacyKnows Blog

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Our current exhibitions IMPULSE by Ashley Chase Andrews and PAPER CUTS by Gregg Welz were featured in a blog post about contemporary art on StacyKnows.com

Click the link below to see the full article!

Exciting New Contemporary Art Featured at the Lionheart Gallery: IMPULSE and PAPER CUTS

 

 

 

 

 

Starrett-Lehigh Building Features Serge Strosberg’s “Starrett-Lehigh Building” Painting.

Featured

The Starrett-Lehigh Building featured Serge Strosberg’s “Starrett-Lehigh Building” painting on their website, just in time for our gallery opening of Tales of the High Line on Sunday, March 20 at 3 pm! Check out the full article at the link below.

http://www.starrett-lehigh.com/starrett-lehigh-to-be-featured-at-new-painting-exhibition/

StarrettLehigh feature

The Lionheart Gallery in New Canaan Living Newspaper

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New Canaan Article

The Lionheart Gallery and Artists were on the front cover of New Canaan Living Newspaper on June 25th, 2015. Paul Balmer, Claudia Mengel, and David Hutchinson pieces were all featured! It includes information about our artworks and our artists!

Don’t forget about our upcoming Summer Show on Saturday July 18th from 5pm-8pm! The show will be featuring: Ashley Chase Andrews, Paul Balmer, Whit Conrad, Liz Dexhemier, Ann George, David Hutchinson, Claudia Mengel, Barbara Owen, Betsy Polach, Emma Powell, Jennifer Schlesinger, Geoffrey Stein, Karen Vogel, and Sculptural works by Donald Bracken.

The Lionheart Gallery Summer Show

Featured

Group Summer Show

For Immediate Release

Contact: Cindy Clarke (letterscd@aol.com) (203.613.9163)

Lionheart Gallery Launches Group Exhibition for Summer with July Opening A Talented Showcase of Local Contemporary Artists Make This A Must See Exhibition

Pound Ridge, NY – (June, 2015) Announcing a summertime lineup that includes some of the hottest contemporary artists, Susan Grissom, director of the Lionheart Gallery at 27 Westchester Avenue in Pound Ridge, New York, said that the Gallery’s group exhibition will open on July 5 through September 27, 2015. The exhibition will feature a robust portfolio of works by 14 different area artists, including Westport artist Claudia Mengel, New Canaan painter Paul Balmer and Darien printmaker Karen Vogel; Bedford satirist Whit Conrad and Pound Ridge painters David Hutchinson and Geoffrey Stein; North Salem abstract artist Ashley Chase Andrews; Litchfield County artists Liz Dexheimer and organic sculptor Donald Bracken; mixed media artist from Rhode Island Barbara Owen and Hamptons artist Betsy Podlach, along with visionary photographers Ann George, Emma Powell and Jennifer Schlesinger from Colorado, Louisiana and New Mexico .

Sitting along a rural road between New Canaan, Connecticut, and Pound Ridge, New York, the quiet surrounds of the Lionheart Gallery will showcase the brightest and the best in this summer’s group exhibition, enlightening with illuminated perspectives that exude the very nature of contemporary art.

Mentioning the incredible diversity of artwork and the plethora of talents in this show, Susan Grissom advised, “With organically based sculpture created by acclaimed mixed media artist Donald Bracken, stunning ethereal photography from a trio of visionary women photographers, and paintings of all subject and style by forward-thinking artists exceptionally skilled in their use of color and mixed media applications, this exhibition offers something for everyone.”

Color, emotionally charged, brilliantly executed and joyous in expression, defines Claudia Mengel’s signature style in large-scale paintings that provide the focal palette for any space where they are hung. Her vision is inspired by the landscapes around her and takes shape in a kaleidoscope of imagery and colors, hand mixed, heartfelt and uniquely finessed to evoke the luminosity and spiritual beauty that characterizes her work.

Paul Balmer hails from South Africa, studied art in Australia, taught drawing in Switzerland, honed his fine art talents in Paris, worked as a commercial illustrator in Boston and then moved to New York. His art is theme-based, evocative and expressed in a series of works that evolve into visual perspectives that chronicle a sense of place. Whether they are urban renderings of city skylines or pastoral settings, each is immersed in the energy and the colorful personalities of the landscapes he paints into immortality.

Bedford resident Whit Conrad takes whimsy to a new level with his satirical painted commentaries of dinner parties, goat farms, pink ladies, comedic self-portraits and more. His ability to engage viewers in animated conversations about his expressive caricatures has made him a huge success at the Lionheart Gallery.

West Cornwall resident Donald Bracken takes his inspiration from the Earth, literally. He incorporates vines, twigs, dirt and clay into his sculpture to honor the beauty found in nature. His three dimensional works are quiet reflections of treasured woodlands, tranquil ponds and verdant foliage, where frog love, starry nights, fireflies and plants evoke the inherent rhythm of the soil, giving life and movement to his signature art style. The summer exhibition will feature free-hanging sculptures that suggest living moments with every movement.

Documenting dreamy other worlds with an imaginative mix of archival photography processes and digital enhancements, the women photographers featured in the gallery’s exhibition, Ann George, Emma Powell and Jennifer Schlesinger invite the public to experience people and places posed in time.

Darien resident Karen Vogel is a printmaker and painter who, like Donald Bracken, finds inspiration in the natural world. Her work deftly explores the connection between patterns, textures, layers, colors, perspective and scale and plays out on canvas.

An architect with a passion for embedding code in art, David Hutchinson finds inspiration in his artistic alphabet. “As a concept based abstract artist,” he explains, “my work investigates the nature of communication and the meaning of visual presentation.”

Similarly motivated by abstract expression, Ashley Chase Andrews, a transplanted Californian, is a self-professed risk taker who finds freedom in mark making as she tries to “discover the balance of line, color, volume and personal strokes. She likes to work fast and big as she strives to convey the streets, architecture, museums and city near the hamlet she now calls home.

Hamptons artist Betsy Podlach has an uncanny knack for hinting at her subject’s inner life, while engaging the viewer in speculation. Her work leaps off the canvas with hints of sensuality and vulnerability. She notes “people have a rich inner life existing simultaneously with our outward appearance.” Pause at her poses and find surprising artistic depth in her visual portraits.

Liz Dexheimer impresses with paintings and prints inspired by natural landscapes, and Rhode Island artist Barbara Owen works her magic with paper and paint, presenting series of works that “ explore how color, shape, material and paint itself develop and change one’s experience of each work.”

The Lionheart Gallery, located at 27 Westchester Avenue in Pound Ridge, New York, is open Wednesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm and Sunday from 12 pm to 4 pm. For more information, visit www.thelionheartgallery.com or call 914-764-8689.

Whit Conrad Upcoming Exhibition

Featured

The Lionheart Gallery Debuts Art by Whit Conrad from

March 7 – April 26

Solo Exhibition Features a Collection of Whimsical Portraits of Daily Life

Pound Ridge, NY – (February 15, 2015) Susan Grissom, director of The Lionheart Gallery, located at 27 Westchester Avenue in Pound Ridge, New York, is renowned for scouting out and signing some of the most exciting contemporary artists of our time for her gallery. Her bi-monthly exhibitions regularly draw art aficionados from across the country eager to see what works she is showcasing next in her Chelsea-like gallery. Her new exhibition, Art by Whit, is making its debut on March 7 through April 26, 2015 with a breakout collection of satirical painted commentaries by Bedford- and Manhattan-based artist Whit Conrad.

Whimsy and wit are at the core of Conrad’s art, keeping his works perennially provocative and fresh with each viewing. Combining acrylic ink and acrylics on linen or oil on linen, selected works for his solo exhibition will include his Comanche Dinner series, his goat family paintings, Fish for Sale and other colorful odes to fishing, as well as his tongue-in-cheek perspectives on real life scenes, from the Pink Lady, Morning After, Bad Week, Puttin on a Face, The Gardener, At the Ball and more that humorously play out in multi-meaning stories on his large canvases.

Says Susan Grissom, “I love the satirical expression in Whit Conrad’s works. At first glance, I thought they were reminiscent of the artist Jean- Michel Basquiat, but after visiting him in his studio, it is very clear that Whit has his own unique style and point of view. I think people who see his work will find much to laugh about in how he depicts everyday life. I love the characters he has created as well as his animals. I can’t think of a more perfect winter exhibit to wake people up from the winter doldrums.”

Whit Conrad, a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Law School, didn’t start painting until after he retired from a successful 36-year career at one of the leading law firms in New York City. Acting on a long-held suggestion by his mother, a passionate and prolific painter, he dabbled in art classes at first, tentatively putting pencil to paper in a drawing class at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture. He planned to drop out after one semester. But several members of the New York Studio School faculty, painter Graham Nickson, dean of the school, and former teacher, mixed media artist Grace Knowlton among them, had other aspirations for him, encouraging him to try his hand at painting before he put away his palette. He ended up staying for three years.

Located in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, the Studio School was founded on the principle that drawing from life should form of the basis of artistic development. Students are encouraged to develop their artistic practice along lines similar to the “atelier” approach favored by European art. Their staff is a treasure trove of contemporary artists, each with a distinctive signature style that pays tribute to their creative expressions.

According to the school’s established artists, there are three things that all great art must have: formal use of line and color, poetic imagery and a mysterious essence. Whit’s master of color and image was impressive right out of the gate. His figurative style is always a constant surprise and delight. And his ability to create smile inducing, thought provoking scenes of everyday pastimes pays well-earned tribute to his unique take on his life experiences.

“I try to capture the poetry and mystery in what I see,” explains Whit. “My paintings are all conceived by an image that strikes me as powerful or interesting in one sense or another. The image triggers an inquiry—often emotional, often playful—into elements of form, color, and narrative.”

“I normally begin with the visual world: a pictorial idea. This can be something I have seen and perhaps sketched or photographed, or drawn from my collection of family photos, books and newspapers: the richly landscaped archives of memory. Whatever its origin, the image becomes my companion in the journey through my imagination and the demands of the medium. Together we evolve, complicate, suffer, celebrate, transform. Without a map and without direction, we are free to wander recklessly. Eventually, the painting itself takes over as guide, steering us toward some unexpected destination.”

Art is hard, admits Whit, but creating it challenges and excites the senses. Studying art with exceptional mentors like the ones he worked with at the Studio School opened up a new passion for this retired lawyer. No matter the struggles, Whit says his teachers told him to keep at it if that’s what he wanted. Lucky for us, he did keep at it.

“When I was a young law student, my mother said ‘learn how to draw and be happy for the rest of your life.’ Turns out, she was right.”

Whit Conrad’s exhibition is open to the public at The Lionheart Gallery from March 7 through April 26, 2015, Wednesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm; Sundays from 12 noon to 5 pm and by chance. Meet the Artist in person at the exhibition’s opening reception from 5 pm to 8 pm on Saturday March 7, 2015.

For more information, visit http://www.thelionheartgallery.com or call 914.764.8689.

For media interviews, contact Cindy Clarke, email letterscd@aol.com or call 203.613.9163.

About Whit Conrad

Whit Conrad is a New York City and Bedford, NY, based artist. He is a graduate of the New York Studio School in painting and drawing.

His work has been shown at various public venues including:

-Price Waterhouse Coopers lobby show, selected sculpture, 2008.

-NYSS Gallery, solo shows, 2009, 2010, 2011

-Bedford Art Show, curated group shows, 2010, 2013, 2015

-Knickerbocker Club Art Show, New York City, various years

-Spinnaker Trust Art Show, Portland, ME, curated solo show, 2014

-Gallery Sensei, New York City, solo show, 2014

He is a trustee of the Vermont Studio Center where he was board chair for seven years. Previously a corporate lawyer in NYC, he has degrees from Yale and Harvard Law School. View his portfolio of work at artbywhit.tumblr.com

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