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Ivy Brown Gallery presents exclusive talks with artist Joseph Calvalieri

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

Hell’s Kitchen NYCJoseph Cavalieri, the founder of CAVAglass will be hosting a series of Artist Talk’s on the history of stain glass and his site specific light boxes at The OUT Hotel. The talks will be held Saturday, January 16th 1-2pm and Saturday, February 13th 1-2pm. RSVP Requested ivy@oneegg.net

Originally, stained glass was used as a recruitment tool in Medieval times, telling stories of the bible to illiterate people. Joseph Cavalieri’s art continues to use illuminated glass, but he updates the visuals with modern day stories, imaginary landscapes and contemporary figures. These range from portraits of Jackie O, Agnes Moorehead, Isaac Hayes, and Bill Pearl (Mr. Universe), to the Simpson’s.

Ivy Brown Gallery presents Joseph Cavalieri “International Year of De-Light” at the OUT Hotel until March 1, 2016

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

In conjunction with the United Nations International Year of Light, Joseph Cavalieri, the founder of CAVAglass is making 25 site specific light boxes for the gallery space at the hotel that spans one city block between 42nd/41st streets. Originally, stained glass was used as a recruitment tool in Medieval times, telling stories of the bible to illiterate people. Joseph Cavalieri’s art continues to use illuminated glass, but he updates the visuals with modern day stories, imaginary landscapes and contemporary figures. These range from portraits of Jackie O, Agnes Moorehead, Isaac Hayes, and Bill Pearl (Mr. Universe), to the Simpson’s.
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Founded in 2001 the Ivy Brown Gallery represents and exhibits contemporary art of all mediums. Dedicated to supporting emerging and established artists, Ivy Brown takes her experience from the commercial arts world and brings it to the fine arts arena.  Her commitment to art and the critical part it plays in our humanity is the grounding force behind the gallery.

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