Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to annouce, Unearth, an upcoming exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Antony Densham. The exhibition will be up from January 6, 2022 to Feburary 12, 2022.
I'm very excited to be able to show 8 paintings and works on paper in Kathryn Markel's Chelsea gallery. Two exhibitions will be running simultaneously. Also showing will be Rocio Rodriguez.
Odd Couple, Curated By Max Zlotsky Seiler
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to announce, Odd Couple, a group exhibition curated by KMFA Assistant Gallery Director, Max Zlotsky Seiler. Odd Couple features work by Ky Anderson, Steven Baris, Stanley Bielen, Lisa Breslow, Daniel Brice, Nancy Cohen, Deborah Dancy, Maeve D'Arcy, Katie DeGroot, Antony Densham, Mary Didoardo, Susan English, Joanne Freeman, Erick Johnson, Sydney Licht, Sara MacCulloch, Tucker Nichols, Erin O'Brien, Marilla Palmer, Stephen Pentak, Conny Goelz Schmitt, Fran Shalom, Josette Urso, & Tamar Zinn. The exhibition will be up from December 8 to December 23, 2021.
Art Award Finalist 2021
C6.2021 Has been selected as a finalist in The National Contemporary Art Awards, held at the Waikato Museum from Sep 18 - Nov 28
From over 300 entries the judge Karl Chitam, director of the Dowse Museum, chose 38 works to comprise the exhibition.
Each year the National Contemporary Art Award brings the best in Aotearoa contemporary art to the Waikato. Entries are drawn from across the country and from New Zealand artists living overseas.
Small Sculpture Finalist
The Small Sculpture Prize is a National Award for an original free-standing or wall sculpture up to 800mm in any direction and has a Premier prize of $3000
Proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian and in association with Te Motu, the Small Sculpture Prize is presented by the Waiheke Community Art Gallery.
Here I am with 'What does a Rock Mean?' Its a cardboard, paper, acrylic paint construction. 400mm x 350mm
April 10 - May 10, 2020
NZ Painting and Printmaking Award
C5.20 has been selected as a finalist in the New Zealand Painting and Printmaking Award for 2020. 56 finalists were selected from a record 408 entries. The judge this year was Julia Waite who is the curator of NZ Art at The Auckland Art Gallery. The exhibition is held in the Atrium of Wintec (Waikato Institute of Technology)
Oct 3-5, 2020
Works On Paper
These works form the language of my painting. During lockdown these painterly experiments were my saving grace. They were little problems I could solve in a world where it seemed nothing could be solved. The uncertainty of our inner worlds and more collectively the world at large aligns with the unpredictability of the medium. I just needed to feel calm and gain some confidence in myself by solving something. Despite the larger obstacles that were in my mind insurmountable, these problems I could manage. Why we create what we do goes beyond aesthetic decisions, its more about hope and finding resolution no matter what the scale.