I am excited to have my artwork “Tuscany Citrus” used for the promotional poster for the “Exhibit C” show at the Plaxall Gallery in Long Island City. I have a couple artworks in this show which is part of the LIC Arts Open Fall Salon. The exhibition runs from November 16 – December 2. The… [Read the rest of the post]
ROCK. PAPER. SCISSORS. Art exhibition. Opening Reception: Saturday, June 9th, 7-10pm The Plaxall Gallery at 5-25 46th Ave, LIC NY 11101 Entry through the parking lot. The parking lot is privately owned so please park outside the parking lot if coming by car. Thank you! I have five paintings in this show, some big, some small. Come have… [Read the rest of the post]
This weekend is the last chance to see my artwork at the Garden of Delights exhibition at the Plaxall Gallery. I have a couple paintings in the show including “Rainbow Vines with Flowers”. This painting came about from a dream where I was walking through a thick fog and suddenly stumbling onto a magical, tactile… [Read the rest of the post]
If you follow my Instagram account (@kathyfergusonart), you’ll know that I love street art. I don’t mean that horrible tagging of initials that defaces everything it touches. I am referring to the beautiful, creative art murals by street artists that grace many city buildings. Brazilian artist Binho Ribeiro Long Island City has a history of great street art beginning… [Read the rest of the post]
I am a member of an artist group in Long Island City (where my studio is located) that meets monthly to support each other, discuss art and our artwork. Recently, our fearless leader (thank you, Phoebe) organized a field trip to two museums in Long Island City. We started at the SculptureCenter at 44-19 Purves Street. “SculptureCenter’s space was built… [Read the rest of the post]
Hundreds of open artists’ studios, dozens of art exhibits, live dance, music, and performance art will be happening during the LIC Arts Open 2016 from May 18 – 22. At Reis Studios (where my studio is located), there are 200 artists in my building plus many other artists in nearby studio buildings participating in the LIC Arts Open… [Read the rest of the post]
Members Salon Exhibition at the Falchi Long Island City Artists has secured a wonderfully large space to feature the artwork of ALL its members in a month-long exhibition at the Falchi Building in Long Island City. This salon-style exhibition runs from Sunday, October 4 through October 31. I will be showing my painting “EU Timetable“, a mixed media diptych, 24″x48”, $2000…. [Read the rest of the post]
I am exhibiting with sixteen other Queens artists at the CitiGroup building through June. All the artists are past or current board members of the Long Island City Artists organization. Stop by and have a look.
Before After Last Thursday night, it was a whooping 8 degree Fahrenheit in New York City. But that didn’t stop the art lovers from turning out to attend the Atlantic Gallery’s “Over the Bridge” exhibition in Chelsea. I was fortunate to have two paintings in this show, along with 38 other Long Island City… [Read the rest of the post]
I’m so excited! I am exhibiting in my first Chelsea art gallery in New York City. I feel like the Chelsea neighborhood is the heart of contemporary art in the Big Apple. Please stop by the “OVER THE BRIDGE” show at the Atlantic Gallery between January 5-17. Join me at the artists’ reception on January… [Read the rest of the post]
One of my favorite things is attending art openings, especially if I’m one of the exhibiting artists. Add a little champagne to the mix, and the evening is perfect. Unfortunately, I was out-of-town for this opening so no champagne for me :(. However, an artist friend of mine, Marjorie Van Cura, also had work in the… [Read the rest of the post]
Still looking for something fun to do during the day this weekend? Check out the Long Island City Arts Open and visit my open studio (Reis Studios, 43-01 22nd St., LIC) as well as 160 others. Click here for details.
The 4th Annual LIC Arts Open is happening May 14-18 and it is the biggest open yet. Over 250 artists will take over 54 venues across Long Island City, from factories and warehouses to a glass tower on LIC’s developing waterfront for a total of over 85 exhibitions and events. Over 160 artists will open their… [Read the rest of the post]