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Scott Michael Ackerman

Green Kill is very pleased to announce that Scott Michael Ackerman will hold a large show at  Green Kill in September of 2017.  The opening party will be on first Saturday, September 2 from 5 to 7 pm. Sharing the exhibition will artist Adam Pitt.
  • July 11, 2017

Christine Alexander

Softly undulating hills surround Christine Alexander’s East Meredith home, creating a welcoming calm. Here, her mind fills with fragmented thoughts and images and the making of art begins. Ms. Alexander’s small studio has the constancy of a dear old friend, one whose intermittent conversation deeply satisfies. In the light-filled space, the movement and materials of…
  • July 24, 2016

Robert Axelrod

I’ve been painting in the Catskills for the past 30 years, mostly in spring, summer, and early autumn. The visual attraction of the Catskill region provides abundant challenges for a painter. Making sense of the natural randomness of a motif and finding its rhythm or mood is a source of great satisfaction for me. Discovering…
  • July 20, 2016

Sergey Bespamyatnykh

Born in 1970 in Bacal, Chelyabinsk region. Lives and works in Novosibirsk. In 1995 he graduated from the Novosibirsk Institute of Architecture, specialty “Architecture of civil buildings.” Since 1995 he has been working as a freelance artist and takes part in exhibitions. In addition to paintings, sometimes engaged in interior design, decorative reliefs and wall…
  • June 30, 2016

Steve Burnett

  • September 13, 2016

Jim Chatelain

A native of Findlay, Ohio, Jim Chatelain studied painting at Wayne State University, Detroit, receiving his BFA in 1971.  His work, as well as that of his contemporaries living and working along the Detroit’s Cass Corridor, was recognized in a major exhibition undertaken by the Detroit Institute of Arts in 1980 titled “Kick Out the…
  • June 14, 2016

William Clements

Berkshire based artist William Clements studied printmaking at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois before heading to the New York Studio School to study sculpture. Drifting down to North Carolina, he worked with an experimental MFA program at Western Carolina University. After several years teaching and showing in North Carolina, Clements gave up his adjunct gigs…
  • March 11, 2017

Anna Contes

Anna Contes will be in the group exhibition, “Vision Quest Seven” at Green Kill in August 2017.
  • June 16, 2017

Amy Coté

Amy Coté grew up in Boston, Massachusetts. As an under-graduate at Bennington College in Vermont, she was influenced by Kenneth Noland, Stephen Mueller and Jules Olitski, notable color field painters, and sculptor Isaac Witkin, among others. She received her MFA in painting from SUNY New Paltz and has a studio in the Shirt Factory in…
  • June 25, 2016

Philip DeMartino

Green Kill is pleased to annound that the collage works of Philip Demartino will be on Exhibition at Green Kill from October 1 to 28, 2017.
  • April 23, 2017

Don Doe

Don Doe is from Ohio and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. He went to the Cleveland Institute of Art and Yale University School of Art. He’s both a sculptor and a painter and his humorous, allegorical and sexually charged pirates, women, and literary figures challenge social norms and stereotypes. Doe was a recipient of…
  • June 14, 2016

Fred Duignan

Fred Duignan will be exhibiting is autobiographical diptych series of 18 works entitled 3twenty9 at Green Kill in May of 2018. 
  • August 4, 2017

Brent Felker

Brent Felker is a Kingston-based video and digital artist. After attending California Institute of the Arts for Theatre, he began creating video works in 1999.  His early work focused on dance, and includes several award winning dance films. Since 2007 he has pursued a more abstract style, fashioning video loops as part of found object…
  • July 28, 2016

Nicasio Fernandez

Nicasio Fernandez is painter from Yonkers, NY who studied at the School of Visual Arts. Nicasio paints with his imagination set on high to create cartoon-like work permeated with the themes of crude violence and slapstick humor. The figures cast in these crises are mashed up versions of anthropomorphic creatures that are cloaked in buffoonery.…
  • June 14, 2016

Lisbeth Firmin

Lisbeth Firmin is a contemporary American realist known for her urban landscapes. She is a full time painter/printmaker who moved from NYC in 2000 a much bigger studio in a small village in upstate NY. Her paintings capture, with light and dark, moments in time. The perspective is never straightforward but always leans toward the…
  • July 6, 2016

Grace Fossett

  • July 30, 2016

Laurent Fort

Laurent Fort is a NYC based light installation artist. His installations express an unusual balance between nature and artifice and focuses on new perceptions of light. Wellness and contemplation, emotion and sensation, his pieces have been part of galleries and design exhibitions and fashion magazines.
  • December 14, 2016

David Fox

David Fox was born in London, England, studied at Wimbledon School of Art and at St Martin’s School of Art before moving to New York in the 1980s. He is a cross-disciplinary visual artist who works in painting, printmaking, drawing, sculpture and photography. He’s known for his figurative works and his strong drawing which carries…
  • June 14, 2016

Ann Lee Fuller

Ann Lee Fuller’s work might be viewed as a combination of literal and abstract, a meeting of contrasts. The paintings are inspired by the intrinsic abstraction of the sky with its unique moments of light, layer, and color. For her, the sky is a metaphor for time, as each moment has never happened before and…
  • July 22, 2016

Brenda Goodman

Brenda Goodman was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1943. She studied at the College for Creative Studies and was associated with the Cass Corridor, a group of young Detroit artists that received national attention through an exhibit at the Detroit Institute of the Arts, Kick Out the Jams, in 1980. After a number of successful…
  • July 10, 2016

Ed Grant

Ed Grant is a photographer and “glitch artist”. He received his BA from the University of Vermont and MFA from UMASS/Amherst. Ed’s work has been shown in New York, Amherst, Burlington and Santa Cruz. For Sol Invictus, Ed will present pieces from his “Light” series.
  • December 14, 2016

Robin S. Halpern

The birth of Robin Halpern’s passion for art emerged during adolescence. It began with squiggles and line drawings morphing into colorful creations using pen and brilliant colors of India ink. There were many art classes, and eventually university for four years, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting. Exploration of a variety of…
  • July 20, 2016

Willi Hoppi aka Major Wilco

Willi Hoppe aka Major Wilko was born in 1956 in Hamburg, Germany. He lives and works in Munich, Germany. 1986-1992 studies of painting and sculpting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich under Professor Helmut Sturm. Master of Fine Arts.
  • July 2, 2016

John Hopkins

John Hopkins paints the land around him, the Catskills, his current home. As the years have passed, he has never tired of the landcape. Sever years. ago he was told to get his affairs in order, that he had cancer. Mr Hopkins, work changed dramatically, but he is still here. Although his work includes skyscapes,…
  • July 22, 2016

Christine Hughes

Christine Hughes has been working recently with imagery of compost which serves her interest in natural forms and affords subject matter vague enough to become abstracted in a way that she refers to as physical abstraction. She studied at Detroit’s Wayne State University and worked as a consultant in helping to build a collection of…
  • July 28, 2016

Karen Jelenfy

We are pleased to announce that works of Karen Jelenfy will be on exhibit at Green Kill from October 1, 2017 until October 27, 2017. Karen Jelenfy is a painter living on the coast of Maine. Her work in drawing and painting is concerned with depicting memory and chaos.
  • April 15, 2017

Richard Kathmann

Richard Kathmann, the peripatetic, always comes home. Home to the family farm and the woods in the western Catskills. From Brooklyn, Chicago, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Medellin Columbia, Georgia, New Hampshire and Maine. From street theater to Tamarind’s litho workshop, large scale drawings and intimate paintings, Richard’s marks are like musical notation; nature’s song, observed, abstracted,…
  • May 30, 2017

Joyce Kubat

Joyce Kubat received a BS in psychology from Michigan State University. She moved to New York and studied art at Brooklyn College and The Art Students League of New York. Ms. Kubat is currently an instructor at the Art League of Long Island. Award-winning, she has exhibited on Long Island, in New York City and…
  • July 2, 2016

Gerda Van Leeuwen

Gerda van Leeuwen received her Arts Education in Printmaking at Academy Artibus in Utrecht, The Netherlands. She received a work/travel grant from the Arts Group, Kunstliefde to study Prints by artist Piranesi in Italy. A grant from the Dutch Cultural Counsel made it possible to buy an etching press. She set up a fully equipped…
  • July 20, 2016

Patrice Lorenz

Patrice Lorenz has exhibited her work widely in alternative art spaces, established galleries, and museums since the 1980’s. Over the course of her career, Lorenz has worked side by side with other visual artists to deepen her sense of her own work, to explore new directions and to collaborate on creative projects. She has been…
  • July 23, 2016

Sara Loughlin

Sara Loughlin is a painter, sculptor and innkeeper living in the catskill Mountains> She studied sculpture at Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, New York), the Gerritt Rietveld Academe (Amsterdam) and Queens college ( MFA Program). After starting a family in NYC , she moved upstate and re-engaged with abstraction but referential to structures of the body and…
  • July 29, 2016

Doug Maguire

Doug Maguire’s modernism is sublime, but how does that jibe? If you took Milton Avery’s simplified shapes and asked Thomas Cole to flesh out the details what century would you be in? Maguire’s landscapes are what you see when you close your eyes and imagine “landscape painting”.
  • May 22, 2017

Gary Mayer

Gary Mayer Solo Exhibition will be at Green Kill from July 1 to July 28, 2017. Gary Mayer has been creating very imaginative works in recent years. This who brings together is full range of his symbols and ideas which comprise his unique painting language. This will go down as one of the great shows…
  • June 14, 2016

Derrick Mcnab

  • July 28, 2016

Rosemary Meza-DesPlas

Rosemary Meza-DesPlas is a Mexican-American artist from Dallas, TX. Ms. Meza-DesPlas’ primary medium as a painter is watercolor. In addition to painting she is also known for her hand-sewn human hair drawings. These are created on a variety of supports: mylar, canvas, and art papers. She received her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Painting…
  • July 20, 2016

Richard Kirk Mills

Mills’ artwork over the past thirty years has been concerned with specific places. Those particularities of location have seen expression through painting, printmaking, paper making, garden design, public and environmental (eco)art.
  • July 22, 2016

Wayne W. Morris

Wayne Morris’s primary interest is with the human figure as he says, “Because it is us.” In recent years He has been working wth landscape as he says, “Because we live in it.” Mr. Morris has had several on-man shows and has exhibited in Pennsylvania and New York. He says, “My ideas for painting come…
  • July 24, 2016

Kurt Novak

Born and raised in Detroit, Kurt Novak has lived in New York City for the past 25 years. Originally known for installation works, which often included sound, he has been creating sculptures of various sizes and materials for most of his life. For the past 10 years he has primarily concentrated on scanner photography (using a…
  • June 14, 2016

Kylin O’Brien

Kylin O’Brien is a New York City born Brooklyn based multidisciplinary artist. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions including commissioned public work during Art Basel Miami. Her painted large-scale pieces in this show are her Tantra Studies paintings. They explore light, penetration, orbits and orbs, and nature worship. They explore the ancient and natural…
  • December 14, 2016

Jerry Orter

Jerry Orter’s choice of materials is as eclectic as the imagery he culls from myths, history, and the media. Both his writing and work address the disparate issues between the emotional (existential) and the intellectual (structural) with an overt sense of humor, which after first glance becomes more ironic. He studied at the Art Student’s…
  • July 21, 2016

Adam Pitt

Adam Pitt will be exhibiting his prints in special exhibition at Green Kill in September 2017.
  • April 27, 2017

Brett De Palma

Brett De Palma, has been challenging and reinventing the idea of artistic freedom for over thirty years.  A native of Nashville and graduate of Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College, De Palma moved to New York City’s Greenwich Village in the early 1980’s. There he identified with the punk new-wave movement, went to CBGB after hours and…
  • June 14, 2016

Tristram Pinney

Tristram Pinney is one of over 60 artists participating in The Itsy  Biennale.
  • July 14, 2016

Thomas Rapin

  • July 20, 2016

Cheryl A. Rice

“Born on Long Island in the waning days of Camelot, CHERYL A. RICE is better known in the Hudson Valley as a poet and writer. Her work has appeared in The Woodstock Times, Almanac, Chronogram, and in a variety of small press magazines around the state and coast to coast. Few are aware that, in…
  • July 24, 2016

Hans Scheib

Hans Scheib was born ind Berlin and apprenticed as a typesetter. He sudden sculpture at Dresden University of Fine Arts and later when on to collaborate on award winning works such as Memorial for the Murdered European Jews. Mr. Scheib is now a member of the Free Academy for the Arts in Hamburg. In 2005…
  • July 28, 2016

Victoria Scott

Victoria Scott . Victoria Scott’s woods are a domestic idyll: trees, tilting ground and a studio clinging like a birdhouse to a sleep slope, another layer the soft curves of the western Catskills. Scattered about are more or less permanent easels; brightly painted perches. She works ceaselessly outdoors and indoors by a single window in…
  • July 22, 2016

Lynne Stone

The art of Lynne Stone. A work of art is a symbol; a word is a symbol of a different kind. My expression is through the visual, not with words. Each has its own way of symbolizing and neither can represent the other. So I cannot explain my work. It is itself. The Art of…
  • November 1, 2016

Michelle Tommasi

Michelle Tommasi is an abstract and conceptual artist living and working in New York’s Hudson Valley. She received her BFA in painting and sculpture from School of Visual Arts, NYC studying under Stephen Westphall, Lynda, Bengalis, Marilyn Minter, Jackie Windsor, and Luccio Pozzi. Her process-oriented work stems from a deep inquisition of life, the nature…
  • July 23, 2016

Richard Treater

Richard Treater lives in the Catskill Mountains in little enchanted cottage, where he lets nature and the unseen worlds of magick, shamanism, and past luggage guide is work; hopefully towards some greater good. He hardly ever know which way a piece will go. He stares at the blank space until some intuition kicks in, adding…
  • July 26, 2016

Johannes Venenkamp

Johannes Vennekamp as born 1935. He lives and works in Berlin &Landsatz, Elbe. He Mr Pennekamp is the. founder of the artist-Group Rixdorfer. His first show sold complete by Billy Wilder.1012 More recently he produced a book featuring his woodcuts, printed by Hendrik Liersch.
  • July 28, 2016

Shelley Malec Vitale

Shelley Malec Vitale is a Michigan artist and writer. She just finished a humorous contemporary romance book. Ms. Vitale worked in Detroit most of my life at art agencies, galleries and Center for Creative Studies. She was Art Director at a wild historic site in Romeo Michigan, The Starkweather Society. She has a BFA from Eastern…
  • July 1, 2016

Carlo Vitale

Carlo Vitale’s paintings and prints are kinetic and metaphysical abstractions of land formations. A Michigan artist, Mr. Vitale is part of the second generation of the Cass Corridor Abstract Movement. He has exhibited extensively throughout the Detroit Metro area and Michigan and had taught at Macomb Community College.
  • July 9, 2016

Zoppe Voskuhl

Zoppe Voskuil consideres himself a realist painter. How firs encounter with figures happened a few years ago in a Kreuzberg printing workshop. Over time he began concentrate more on his process and the characterization of the figures.
  • July 7, 2016

Bruce Weber

Bruce Weber is a poet in word and image as well as an art historian and curator. He is the author of five books of poems, most recently of The Breakup of My First Marriage (Rogue Scholars Press), and by day is Curator of Paintings and sculpture at the Museum of the City of New…
  • July 24, 2016

Joanne Pagano Weber

Joanne Pagano Weber is a lifelong painter, designer and writer. Her work can be seen at Art 101 in Brooklyn, which has been home to her paintings, as well as intallations with the sculptor Janice Mauro. Entitle Beware of the Year 7000, this ongoing collaboration explores a variety of media, including texts, and imagines the…
  • July 21, 2016

Joni Wehrli

  • July 28, 2016

Jonathan West

Jonathan West graduated with a painting degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1980 and he now lives in Bel AIr, MD. “I paint many different styles and my work has undergone a series of changes, “ says West. His abstract expressionist style while living in Williamsburg for five years resulted in…
  • July 4, 2016

Frank Wildenhahn

Frank Wildenhahn was born 1962 in Berlin and studied at Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee. Corvinus Presse produced several books of his etchings.
  • July 27, 2016

Ellen Wong

Ms. Wong is a founding member of the Longyear Gallery and has been the subject of many one woman, and group shows in galleries and venues in upstate New York and New York City. She attended Brooklyn College and studied there with Philip Pearlstein, Robert Henry and Jimmy Ernst. She has been the recipient of…
  • July 22, 2016

Brian Wood


Brian Wood is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Metropolitan Museum; the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Houston Museum of Fine Arts; the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, TX; the National Gallery…
  • July 13, 2016

Joseph Zito

Joseph Zito was born in 1957 and lives and works in Brooklyn. He had exhibitions at Rosa Esman Gallery in 1988, 1989 and 1991, and has exhibited since that time at Lennon, Weinberg, most recently in 1997.
  • March 7, 2017