Tag: Maura Robinson

July 30, 2016

Group Exhibition
September 10 – October 28, 2016
Woodward Gallery

The Fall Art Season opens as if nature has been saving up all year for its grand finale. For the first time at Woodward Gallery, a group exhibition is presented in salon format featuring 61 artists and 129 works of art!

An environment of art styles and mediums engulf the gallery walls offering quality, variety and substance for the collector who yearns to feel inspired. The array of Artists makes for a breathtaking visual spectacle.

This NYC Salon is accessible to beginning collectors and art connoisseurs alike.

Artists: Michael Alan, Royce Bannon, Rick Begneaud, David Bishop, Jonathan Borofsky, Susan Breen, Brock, Thomas Buildmore, El Celso, Patrick Christie, Deborah Claxton, Crash, Allan D’Arcangelo, Darkcloud, Jim Dine, Annette Davidek, Marisol Escobar, Natalie Edgar, Tommy Flynn, BK FOXX, Sybil Gibson, Richard Hambleton, Keith Haring, Sarah Hauser, Hiro Ichikawa, Robert Indiana, Infinity, Jean Kigel, Franz Kline, Walt Kuhn, LAII, Sol Lewitt, Roy Lichenstein, Bill Martin, Knox Martin, Mark Mastroianni, Moody, Margaret Morrison, Malcolm Morley, Kenji Nakayama, Terence Netter, Roy Newell, Hank O’Neal, Claes Oldenburg, Louise Peabody, Jaggu Prasad, Mel Ramos, Ad Reinhardt, JMR/ JM Rizzi, Brad Robson, Maura Robinson, James Rosenquist, Jessica Hurley Scott, Matt Siren, stikman, Swoon, Francesco Tumbiolo, Jo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk, Nina Venus, Andy Warhol, and Charles Yoder.


January 8, 2004

Hiro Ichikawa, Mark Mastroianni & Maura Robinson
January 8 – February 28, 2004
Woodward Gallery

Woodward Gallery is proud to open the new year with HM2. One part h: Artist Hiro Ichikawa, two parts m- Artists Mark Mastroianni, and Maura Robinson. Three very unique styles of metaphysical painting converge in this exhibition. Meditations from organically based influences become abstract works on wood, paper and canvas.

All accomplished painters, Hiro Ichikawa, Mark Mastroianni and Maura Robinson use the organic quality of water to flow from their consciousness to their palette. Director John Woodward combined these artists to show the variety of interpretation. Through quiet exploration they see water swirling, pouring and illuminating their mental image. Water is their inspiration, however they execute in a different medium. Individually they express with oil paint their resulting abstracted, peaceful colors and forms.

Water is just the beginning to them- it gives birth to light and color and shape. The Artists in HM2 embark on a spiritual journey from the contemplation of H2O to the rich and luminous properties of work in this exhibition.

January 2, 2001

Group Show
January 2 – January 18, 2001
Woodward Gallery

A brief group exhibition of Gallery represented and associated artists.

Featured works by:
Peter Apelgren
Susan Breen
Deborah Claxton
Natalie Edgar
Gabreile Evertz
David Febland
Hiro Ichikawa
Robert Indiana
Mark Mastroianni
Margaret Morrison
Terence Netter
Kathleen Raash
Maura Robinson
Drew Roth
Charles Yoder

December 3, 1998

Maura Robinson
Voices Carry
December 3, 1998 – January 9, 1999
Woodward Gallery

After years of critical acclaim on the west coast, abstract artist Maura Robinson has returned to the east with paintings which challenge and provoke thought and passion.

Phyllis Braff*, in the forward of the catalog accompanying this exhibit, states “while Maura Robinson’s paintings give consideration to the spiritual dimensions of color and, in the case of her arched-format pieces, often seem to seek the contemplative qualities associated with votive traditions, the gripping characteristics in much of her work from the last decade seem to be rooted in her investigation of perception and in her exploration of ways to merge content with an evocative surface.

…Frequently there is the implication that evidence of a past is being eliminated or obscured, and often too, there is the sensation of a ghost-like form.

…As in most of her work through this productive decade, the possibilities for creating an absorbing mood are strong”

Please join us for the artist’s reception Thursday, December 3rd, 6-8 PM.

*Phyllis Braff is an art critic for The New York Times.