Beyond The Sunset
Presented by Woodward Gallery at the
Down Town Association, 60 Pine Street, NYC
Woodward Gallery premieres the Solo Exhibition of JM Rizzi at the Down Town Association this Spring! The large, newly renovated exhibition space will feature Rizzi’s grand, original paintings that take you beyond the sunset. Woodward Gallery is delighted to launch their inaugural exhibition at the Down Town Association (DTA) location of 60 Pine Street, New York City.
Artist JM Rizzi is recognized for his signature use of bold curves and lines. This exhibition contemplates a new reality using shapes, colors, forms and gestural marks leading to a place beyond the painting’s surface. A great abstract symphony of shapes pulsating into one another, JM Rizzi’s paintings are at once, serious and sensual, energetic and fearless. The Artist’s contemporary, strong black lines caress blank space or beckon to color. His dynamic hues of yellow, silver, orange, blue, and red float and intermingle with movement and style. While standing in place, one experiences these paintings as alive with motion. JM Rizzi’s works of art flow with poetic swooping curves, and determined lines leading one afar.
This international artist has had major solo exhibitions, as in the historic Four Seasons Restaurant, as well as Public Art projects and commissioned murals around the globe (NYC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Sweden, Hong Kong, and Shanghai).
Guests are invited to view Woodward Gallery art exhibitions by appointment. Daily hours are available at 60 Pine Street. Please contact Woodward Gallery, or call the DTA directly at 212 422 1982 to schedule your visit. Kindly arrive in business casual attire while on Club premises.
Woodward Gallery celebrates their 25th Anniversary throughout 2019 as a NYC Art institution! The Gallery is a pioneer in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a neighborhood with a rich history of art and culture. Woodward additionally curates Art in SoHo, Tribeca and Lincoln Square at Gourmet Garage locations and now has expanded its exhibition program to the Down Town Association.
The Down Town Association remains an island of quiet civility in a bustling Lower Manhattan. As a locus for nourishment, entertainment, relaxation or quiet discourse, the Club has remained of and for its members since its inception in 1859, providing their members and guests with the finest hospitality. A New York City Landmark in Lower Manhattan, the DTA’s Clubhouse is one of New York’s best examples of Romanesque Revival design as well as the second oldest purpose built club building in the United States.