Jason Jacques Gallery
March 7-21, 2023, by Invitation · 6pm to 7:30pm
Arts & Conversations
Each opening night will start with cocktails from 6-7:30 p.m., guests will need to register here.
AMY KASLOW GALLERY
Washington, DC native Amy Kaslow opened her gallery mid-2020 to show fine art that celebrates the natural world: painting, photography, textiles, and sculpture that pay homage in content, form, and medium.
2021 at the gallery is studded with talented artists bringing the outside in. Ongoing is BARK! stunning large-scale photographs capturing the dazzling protective amor of trees. Artist-in-residence and British colorist Jane Kell is back at her easel painting abstract landscapes. Sculpting Shadows, Noah James Saunders’ life-sized stainless steel sculptures of the human form, sinewy and strong, cast dramatic shadows across our whitewashed walls. Ancestral Colors, the richly-hued rugs from Maya women artists living in the highlands of Guatemala, was a sell out. This summer, stop in for DC Lines, a stunning group of work from four Washington artists that is inescapably linear. Lisa Tubach’s sensuous underwater scapes paired with John Geci’s bold blown glass mesmerize in August through September. This fall, the Gallery is proud to introduce some of the world’s most collectible tribal, ethnic, and indigenous fine art, curated in proud partnership with the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe. We’ll install Jane Kell’s latest abstract landscapes in December, a collection by the master colorist.
Jason Jacques Gallery
Jason Jacques Gallery is an American art and design gallery that has dealt in ceramics, antique and contemporary, for over 30 years. It is located at 529 West 20th Street, New York, NY 10011.
Amy Kaslow Gallery
Amy Kaslow captures nature’s sleek and elegant architecture through a contemporary lens. Her botanical work is an uncommon collection of color and form, distinguished by bold tones and mesmerizing depth.
Jane Kell is an artist-in-residence at Amy Kaslow Gallery. A leading abstract landscape painter raised in Yorkshire, northern England, Kell has spent 2020 and 2021 in Washington, DC where her husband is in residence with the International Monetary Fund.
Noah James Saunders
Noah James Saunders brings us the male human form, sinewy and powerful. The searching eyes to the brawny shoulders, the body mechanics of these wonderful pieces fill the room with presence.
“I speak in wire; and faces are my language,” says the Athens, Georgia-based artist. For thirty years, the largely self-taught sculptor has manipulated metal wire, inventing new techniques and honing his talent in the US and in Europe. Today, his works are feats of artistry and engineering. Heads and torsos move, casting shadows so ethereal, we must remind ourselves that these are strips of metal.