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A group exhibition featuring Blue Mountain Gallery artists and friends.        

August 1 - 19, 2023
Closing Reception: Saturday Aug. 19, 4-6pm

An event rare enough to generate excitement when it occurs, our Invitational will coincide with the astrological “Blue Moon” phenomenon this August. Expect to see drawings, prints, collage, paintings and photographs both abstract and representational by gallery artists and guests employing a variety of concepts, techniques and media.


Exhibiting Artists:


Gulgun Aliriza, Richard W. Arnold, Douglas Anderson , Rebecca Andre, Jessica Bartlet, Nancy Sandler Bass, Pamela Berkeley , Raymond Berry, Joseph Bilger, Elizabeth Bisbing, Emily Brown, Richard Castellana, Marcia Clark, Kim Do, Janine Dunn Wade, Craig Eastland, Kenneth Ecker, Victoria Elbroch, Cynthia Elmas, Nicky Enright, Rafael Ferran, Nina Fletcher ,  Michele Gastel, CF Giordano, Pearl Rosen Golden, Carmela Gravante, Owen Gray, Marilyn Honigman , Eugene Kagansky, Charles Kaiman, Sam Kelly, Tamara Krendel , Sirena Laburn, Suzanne Lacke, Anna Contes Maguire, Frank Manzo, Helene Manzo, Colleen McGuire , Patricia Melvin , Eileen Mooney, Mary Morris, Sarah Mostow, Alakananda Mukerji, Naomi Nemtzow, Marykate O'Neil, Nancy Prusinowski, Alexander Purves , Rich Quade, Chris A. Randolph, Claudia Rilling, Deborah Ruggerio, Victoria Salzman, Janet Sawyer, Elaine Shor, Clifford Thompson, Jenny Toth, Annamarie Trombetta, Margaret Tsirantonakis, Gerry Wall, Katie Weiss and Marie Van Elder.

Below is a sampling of the works, one per artist. Many artists have more than one piece in the exhibition.

The members of Blue Mountain Gallery see their outreach and commitment to an ever-expanding community of artists as fundamental to their overall mission.  The gallery sponsors juried exhibitions and maintains a calendar of lectures and panels to complement a schedule of one-person shows. Blue Mountain Gallery is an artists' cooperative, founded in 1980. The gallery is located steps from the High Line and close to Whitney in the heart of Chelsea’s gallery art district at 547 West 27th Street.

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