Art Gallery

At the Jazz Forum, we present a rotating exhibit of local and regional artists in the club space, available for sale.

Proceeds go to the artists and Jazz Forum Arts, the not-for-profit organization that runs the club.

Currently on Exhibit

The Jazz Forum Summer 2021 Art Exhibit features art by Deborah Holcombe, Jane Kang Lawrence and Jennifer Orkin Lewis.

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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@jazzforumarts.org or call 914-631-1000 for inquiries or to arrange a viewing appointment.

Artist Biography

Deborah Holcombe

Deborah Holcombe

In her decrepit drafty studio in a former carpet mill factory, Deborah Holcombe has been exploring the boundaries of still life painting. The focus of this recent work is on the distortion of objects due to the refraction of light through glass. Her goal is to share a vision of common items in a way that will heighten the observers’ experience of everyday things.

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Jane Kang Lawrence

Jane Kang Lawrence

Jane Kang Lawrence received her BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. Following a residency at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica and residency at Casaterra (Puglia, Italy) she continued to dovetail art making with teaching by pursuing her Masters from the School of Visual Arts. She has taught visual arts, ceramics, and visual literacy for students in NYC for 16 years. Jane is a founding director of Peep Space (Tarrytown, NY) and maintains a studio in New York.

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Jennifer Orkin Lewis

Jennifer Orkin Lewis

A deep love of color, pattern and nature are the foundation of Jennifer's work as an artist, illustrator, author and teacher. Her joyful gouache paintings of flowers, random objects, people and occasional meditative abstract musings open a colorful and enticing window onto a detail of the day one might ordinarily overlook.

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Tim Duch

Tim Duch

There is often a story, sometimes a riddle in Tim’s paintings. Specific images, drawn from life or dreams, populate his canvases, and provide a sly allegorical framework to everyday experiences. His inspirations are as varied as world religions, the freedom of swimming, botanicals (reflecting his interest in gardening) and fleeting moments.

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