Gallery Henoch in New York City (555 West 25th Street) is showing “Games” with 20 undated works (oils and pastels) by revered artist Daniel Greene, featured in the June 2005 issue. With compelling images of carnival themes (see catalog cover with Dartboard & Balloons at left), along with figures and florals set against gameboard backdrops, the artist’s works are, as ever, attention-grabbing. Of the painting, Wall Street, one of Greene’s subway scenes, John Goodrich of The New York Sun writes: “Mr. Greene beautifully captures the transformation of light in this peculiar fragment of the world.” Get there this weekend, because the show ends November 3.
Vose Galleries of Boston presents “Traveling Light,” a collection of recent pastels by Liz Haywood-Sullivan, who was recently featured in our October 2007 issue. The artist’s work features rich color in scenes infused with light (see Bright of Day at left). The show continues through November 17.
A three-man show at Pinon Fine Art in Littleton, Colo., features work by artists Tony Hochstetler, David Slonim and pastel artist Lorenzo Chavez, whose dramatic plein air landscapes (see High Desert Wash at right) were featured in the April 2002 issue of the magazine. This show runs through November 14.
Heading south to Covington, La., at Atelier, you can see the waterscapes (see her waterlilies at left), landscapes and poetry of pastel artist Marcia Holmes, recently featured in our October 2007 issue. Check out another of Holmes’ paintings and a poem on our website.