Saturday, August 4, 2012

4950 DRAWINGS & PRINTS: A Group Exhibition

reporter: Miguel Dominguez

Pianist and Conductor Reed Woodhouse with Guy Kettelhack holding violin
On May 11th, New World Stages Gallery presented an exhibition of 55 original drawings and digital prints. Curator Bernard Stote, a New York based artist and arts manager for New World Stages, managed the three-person show consising of artists Jonathan Glass, Guy Kettelhack, and Eric Rosner who were exhibiting in the first annual drawing and print exhibition at the gallery.” On exhibit were drawings and prints responding to poetry, jazz and classical music.”

Bernard Stote and Hanging Art Organization manage the gallery space.

Donna Boguslav and Woodhouse

Fashion Designer Douglas Ferguson delights Donna with a nice loud smooch

Here, Douglas provides equal treatment for his dear buddy Guy

Guy, Douglas and Donna in a more sober pose

Henry Buttler & Osmani Paredes - Jonathan Glass

Jonathan Glass is a jazz enthusiast known for his ink drawings he creates at live music
performances; he is an artist with the Fountain Gallery Cooperative in Hells Kitchen.

Sam Bush, Meyer Douglas, Zenkel Hall - Jonathan Glass

Eric Rosner

Eric Rosner has been illustrating in New York City for over twenty years, he has a unique style that recaptures a classic period of Manhattan and presents it for a new participating audience.

Eric Rosner
Eric Rosner's NYC art graces main gallery wall
That Finger Thing - Guy Kettelhack

Guy Kettelhack, an accomplished illustrator of Fantasy and Surreal Art, is also a violinist with the Broadway Bach Ensemble, a published co-author in over 25 nonfictional works, and is currently working on a book of poetry and art.

Existential Jerky - Guy Kettelhack

William Baraket with Guy

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