In the Jazz Forum club space we present a rotating exhibit of area visual artists whose work is available for sale. For each exhibit we host an artists’ reception open to the public featuring a panel conversation with the exhibiting artists.
The gallery is an expression of our commitment to presenting art in various forms. A portion of the proceeds from all sales serve as a donation to Jazz Forum Arts.
Currently on Exhibit: NYCscapes
Four Views on the City
Featuring Eleanor Goldstein, Annette Jaret, Natalya Khorover, and Marion Schneider
Interested in the Art?
All pieces are on display during our weekend shows. We also offer private viewings during the week for interested buyers.
Please contact Ellen Prior at [email protected] or call (914) 631-1000 for inquiries or to arrange a viewing appointment.
About the Artists on Exhibit
Andres Chaparro is a mixed media painter and collagist whose interpretive method of creating art brings music into the physical world. His art celebrates jazz through every free & fluid brush stroke reflecting more concern for spontaneous emotion than traditional conventions with strong color contrast and distorted subject matter.
Alan Haywood’s photography powerfully captures the interconnectedness and complexity of light and shadow, finding beauty and strength in unexpected places. He has a romantic eye for framing subjects in a different perspective and enjoys photographing live music and making portraits of musicians.
While attending a jazz performance in New York in 2010, Colombian-born journalist Marcela Joya decided to make NYC her permanent home. Since then, she has carved her professional path as a photographer and bilingual music writer, focusing mainly on salsa, jazz, and Latin jazz artists.
Georgian born photographer, Eva Kapanadze has photographed a wide array of musicians over the past two decades in New York City. Jazz is her inspiration and photography is her passion. Eva is passionate about learning new photography techniques to push her creative boundaries. She loves capturing moments and telling stories through her images.
Edward “Bear” Miller
Painter Edward “Bear” Miller’s American Flag series “Aids to Contemplation of the Republic” are the products of long meditations on nationality and history. He renders large, iconic portraits of people he considers angels of our nation’s better nature. They are his effort to stretch and reconceptualize cultural practices surrounding the flag.
Stuart Yankell’s work celebrates life and the common fabric of humanity. Combining abstraction with a kinetic approach rooted in classical lighting and form, he embraces historical convention and seeks to expand the language of art. Stuart has painted a multitude of musical and dance forms as well as figurative themes based on a broad range of universal settings.