Thursday, September 21, 2017

paintings by Padma Shri K Laxma Goud in the Aura Art Show 2017 to be held at Vadodara from 5-8 October, at the Exhibition Hall, Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University India
Art lovers will be delighted to witness rare sculptures and paintings
by Padma Shri K Laxma Goud in the Aura Art Show 2017 to be held at Vadodara
from 5-8 October, at the Exhibition Hall, Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University.
# 501223, Untitled, Bronze, 14.5 x 14 x 7 inches (Edition of 7), Rs 275,000 + GST
This bronze sculpture by K Laxma Goud is a testament to his artistic perception, as there are elements of human forms morphing into animal forms. The artist in his true versatile self creates a surrealistic image in the sculpture leaving the viewer guessing and recognising familiar things.

# 501219, Untitled, Bronze, 11 inches diameter, Rs 175,000 + GST
This bronze carved plate by artist, printmaker and sculptor K Laxma Goud brings to mind the complete 360 degrees of an artist’s true essence. Known for his prints, here the rarity of his bronze plate works are a reminder of the multifaceted veteran as the Lord Ganesha smiles on this artist.

# 3865, Untitled, Water colour on paper, 12 x 12 inches, 1991, Rs 425,000 + GST
The water colour on paper by veteran artist and printmaker K Laxma Goud is a treat for the eyes. His quintessential portrayal of this young girl with simple lines and few tell tale signs of her nature, keeps the mystery and innocence intact in this rare work by the master artist.

# 3860, Untitled, Mix media on paper, 7.5 x 10 inches, 2003, Rs 525,000 + GST
This exquisite work by veteran printmaker K Laxma Goud brings to mind the versatility of the artist as he creates this work in mixed media on paper. The rural women from Telangana are his muses as they go about decorating themselves for an event perhaps. The work exudes a vibrancy and movement, a signature of the artist’s style.

# 3861, Untitled, Etching on paper (Edition 5/10), 5.5 x 11.5 inches, 2006, Rs 100,000 + GST
This beautiful etching by the master printmaker K Laxma Goud is yet another example of his mastery over the print making medium and the dexterity of his drawing which shows up in human and animal forms which are the subjects of his work.

# 3863, Untitled, Etching on paper, 12 x 12 inches (AP ….. Limited Edition of 10), 1978, Rs 180,000 + GST
Most of veteran printmaker and artist K Laxma Goud’s works revolve around the subject of rural life and the lives of the people there. Here in this etching on paper, he brings about an intimate quiet moment of conversation between a man and a woman, in an idyllic and densely foliaged scenario. As if nature were bearing witness to their meeting.

  More works by the artist are available at

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Harmeet Singh Sethi
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Looks Like Fun, Rochester Fringe at RoCo: Public Art Detour Friday, September 22, 1-3pm | Saturday, September 23, 1-3pm

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Rochester Fringe at RoCo: Public Art Detour
Friday, September 221-3pm | Saturday, September 231-3pm

RoCo is intervening on the sidewalk to celebrate the slow art movement and engage people more deeply with its public art installation. The public art detour will encourage visitors to slow down and participate with the public art installation by William Sellers. Stop by and tell us what you think about Public Art!
Mortgage Burning Bash Dec. 2
We own it! Thanks to over 400 supporters we’re getting ready to burn our mortgage, commemorate the outright ownership of 137 East Ave. and celebrate our 40th Anniversary! Please join us Saturday, December 2. All proceeds support RoCo’s growing endowment funds.

You’ll start your evening with dinner in the home of a longtime RoCo supporter, where you will learn about their art collection. Then, join more RoCo fans at our main gallery for dessert, a champagne toast and ceremonial mortgage burning! Please call 461-2222 to learn more or RSVP by November 10. Tickets available online.

Dinner + Champagne Toast at RoCo: 
$200 per person
Champagne Toast at RoCo only: 
$50 per person

Members: mark your calendars! Artwork drop-off days for the 27th Annual Members Exhibitionare Nov. 312-9pmNov. 4 & 512-6pm.

I always like the Phillips Auctions: Browse the catalogues online and visit the public viewing 29 September-6 October

Catalogues Now Online: 20th Century & Contemporary Art, London
Featured image: Sigmar Polke
20th Century & Contemporary Art
Day Sale 5 October 2017, 2pm

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20th Century & Contemporary Art
Evening Sale 6 October 2017, 5pm

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Browse the catalogues online and visit the public viewing
29 September-6 October at 30 Berkeley Square, London.

Registration is now open for live bidding in our digital saleroom. Bid online or with the Phillips app.

Sigmar Polke
Tänzerin (detail)
acrylic and interference colour on canvas
100.5 x 80.3 cm (39⅝ x 31⅝ in.)
Painted in 1994.
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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

A favorite of mine : Wednesday September 27th from 6-8 pm for a reception and book signing with HUNT SLONEM @ Madelyn Jordan Fine Art


September 23 - November 4, 2017

Opening Reception + Book Signing
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
6:00 - 8:00 pm

Untitled, 2017.  Oil on canvas, 40 x 60 in.

Join us on Wednesday September 27th from 6-8 pm for a reception and book signing with HUNT SLONEM in celebration of the exhibition, BUNNIES, BIRDS, and BUTTERFLIES This is Slonem's first appearance in Westchester. 

The exhibition debuts a "fluffle" of Slonem's "Bunnies" alongside paintings of tropical "Birds" and "Butterflies", subjects for which Slonem is best known. Considered one of the great colorists of his time, Slonem's neo-expressionist paintings feature an exuberant and bold, fauvist palette to emphasize his beloved menagerie of animals. His spiritual practice provides the impetus for his Warholesque repetitive compositions.  

Hunt Slonem's book, BUNNIES, a treasury filled with enchanting full-color and black-and-white paintings, features a foreword by bestselling author (and friend of the artist) John Berendt and an essay by artist and gallerist, Bruce Helander. A purchase of a painting includes a signed copy of his book.


Wine and light refreshments will be served. 

View the Bunnies, Birds, and Butterflies exhibition catalog HERE.

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
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Scarsdale, NY 10583
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