Local Greenburgh Artist, Dianne and her Jewelry February - March 2017
Local Artist, Diddy and her Jewelry December - January 2017-2018
Local Greenburgh Collector, Joyce and her 1930s Popsicle Art Work April - May 2017
Local Greenburgh Artist, Yvette and her Jewelry of Chick Designs May - June 2018
Local Greenburgh Collector, Richard, President of Unity Numismatic - African Money and African American Memorabilia February 2018; February 2016
Local Artist, Gina with her Bowls and Recycled Paper Art exhibit March-April 2018
Master Zhao Xi-Hua
Local Visiting Artist, Master Zhao with his Chinese Brush Painting small works October - November 2017
Local Artist, Scott with his Astral Photography August - September 2016
Local Artist, Barry describing his Paintings and Sculptural Painting Work January - March 2015
Karen Ann Sullivan
For The Love Of Birds - Wildlife Photography August - September 2018
Local Artist, Karin and her Book Art October - November 2016
Local Artist, Mary explaining her Hook Rug Art process December 2014 - January 2015
Book Art July - August 2018
Local Artist, Ariadne with her Acrylic Paintings - Twelve Tangents August - September 2017
Philip Holt and Alan Landzberg
Local Artists Philip and Alan celebrate their combined exhibit of Digital Steel Sculputure and Family Portraits December 2016 - January 2017
Quilts March - April 2018
Formerly from Greenburgh Artist, David with his Photographs January - March 2017
"Upcycled Bottle" Up Close May - June 2019
Marina Payne and Cristina Ramos-Payne
ARC Of The Moral Universe: A Notebook Project January - February 2020
Marina is a contributing Artist for the ARC of the Moral Universe: A Notebook Project January - February 2020
Cristina is a contributing Artist for the ARC of the Moral Universe: A Notebook Project January - February 2020
Currently Showing in the Howard and Ruth Jacobs Gallery at The Greenburgh Public Library
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June 16 through July 31, 2020 Online Exhibit Website
Ms. Mady has studied art since her childhood, first in public schools with robust art programs, later at the Fashion Institute of Technology, the School of Visual Arts, and Westchester Community and Skidmore Colleges. After a long career in advertising Doris decided to pursue her first love, oil painting.
Ms. Mady’s artist statement:
Many Artist Statements refer to “Nature” and “Colors” as a means to describe why a person has taken on the mighty task of painting. I too, could fall under that umbrella, but I consider myself an “outdoor” painter, also known as a Plein Aire Painter. Once someone asked me, “Why Plein Aire?” My answer, ”because being outdoors offers an infinite array of possibilities and within that finite experience there is even more finite experiences tickling our minds.”
For example, with Earliest Morning did I understand that the sun that is playing peek-a-boo with me will soon melt all the snow? In Doug’s Trees could I ever know that the mountain before me, that I scaled so easily, would one day say to me, “Time to let a younger person take over.” Lastly, would the extending shadows of Birches II be a cooling salve for my sunburnt shoulders?
My finite experiences will exist for brief moments in time...but my goal is to bestow infinite, upon infinite experiences on others as they view my work.
If you are interested in purchasing any of the work please contact Cory Deitchman at email@example.com. Mr. Deitchman will forward your e-mail to Ms. Mady. Any transactions will take place between Ms. Mady and the interested person.