NEW YORK—Galleries from across the United States, Canada, London and beyond are showcasing fine art by emerging and established artists at the Affordable Art Fair. There are amazing large-scale portraits by Phuong Quac Tri at ArtBlue Studio of Singapore. A compelling life-size portrait on a fire door by Chuck Tingley at 464 Gallery of Buffalo, N.Y. A wall of mini ceramic, expressive faces by Johan Thunell at Villa Del Arte Galleries of Barcelona, Spain. At the Alicia David booth, Tim Garwood’s colorful work is executed by strategically pouring and pooling paint on the reverse of a pane of glass. And shown above, “Passage III,” 2011 (oil, paint, emulsion, plaster, earth, ash, fire, water, model figurines and pigment on canvas) by Clinton DeMenezes at Bicha Gallery of London.
The selection is wide-ranging and the “affordable” prices range from several hundred to several thousand dollars. The Affordable Art Fair New York runs from April 18 to April 22, 2012 at 7 West 34th Street, near Fifth Avenue.
View Part One coverage of the fair here.
All photos by Arts Observer
The ArtBlue Studio of Singapore booth features large-scale oil on canvas portraits. Both are titled “Lady Portrait” by Phuong Quac Tri. The red abstract between them is “Chanting” and at far right, “Red Ha Long Bay,” both by Bui Van Hoan.
“Barbie 3,” 2012 (print on diasec) by Cecile Plaisance at Envie D’Art Galleries of Paris.
“Dreamers II,” 2007 (oil on mylar on wood panel) by Julio Valdez at Julio Valdez Studio of New York.
“Nyllen,” (ceramic) Johan Thunell at Villa Del Arte Galleries of Barcelona, Spain.
From left, “Start with Forever,” (mixed media) and “If Nothing Go Right Go Left (mixed media) both by Call Me Frank at Cube Gallery of London.
From left, “The Empire State Building From 230 Fifth,” 2012 (oil on canvas) by Daniel Preece and “New Mix,” 2011 (mixed media on glass) by Tim Garwood at Alice David Contemporary Art.
“Untitled,” 2012 (acrylic, ink pen, charcoal and scratched metal gears on found fire door) by Chuck Tingley at 464 Gallery of Buffalo, N.Y.
“Umbrellas,” (oil on canvas) by Charlotte Evans at Will’s Art Warehouse of London.
“Girl with a Pearl Earring,” (found plastic, mostly buttons) by Jane Perkins at Will’s Art Warehouse of London.
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If you like vintage ink drawings and classic motorcycles, visit Escarlata (D7) at the AAF.
You’ve never seen drawings like these.