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Viridian Artists

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Viridian Artists
548 West 28th St (6th Floor)
New York City, NY 10001
Venue Type: Gallery


"Father, Daughter and Grandchild", Henry CoupeHenry Coupe,
"Father, Daughter and Grandchild",
2016, Oil on Linen, 16" x 20"
© Henry Coupe
"Figurines", Franz FoxFranz Fox, "Figurines",
2016., Mixed Media on canvas., 30" x 24"
© Franz Fox
"Jimmies", John NiemanJohn Nieman, "Jimmies",
2016., Watercolor., 27" x 34"
© John Nieman
"Tree of Life", Stacey Clearfield NewmanStacey Clearfield Newman,
"Tree of Life",
2016, Hand painted, Handmade paper collage on Rives Paper , 42" x 30"
© Stacey Clearfield Newman
Flaming Four Eyes Dragon", Kathleen KingKathleen King, Flaming Four Eyes Dragon",
2015, Oil painted Bronze with some Mixed Media., H 5.25" x L 14" x W 13"
© Kathleen King
"It\'s curtains! 3035" , Bob SmithBob Smith, "It's curtains! 3035" ,
2016, Photographic Print on Paper., 30" x 20" edition of 7 prints plus one artist's proof
© Bob Smith
"Water Series Vol.24" , Namiyo KuboNamiyo Kubo, "Water Series Vol.24" ,
2016, Installation of mixed media painting and drawing on sections of paper., Variable: installation according to gallery wall space
© Namiyo Kubo
"Broken City #2", Wally GilbertWally Gilbert, "Broken City #2",
2016, Print on Aluminum,2nd print of 5 prints, 30" x 20"
© Wally Gilbert
"Josephine Baker: The Myth of Africa", Bob TomlinsonBob Tomlinson,
"Josephine Baker: The Myth of Africa",
2016, Oil and Collage on Canvas, 34" x 26"
© Bob Tomlinson
"A Tune for Three Tulips", MatakiaMatakia, "A Tune for Three Tulips",
2015, Acrylic on Canvas, 36" x 40"
© Matakia
"Urban Kali", Fillipo PrandiFillipo Prandi, "Urban Kali",
2013, Unaltered 35mm Film Photo, 8' x 12" 16" x 20" 20" x 30"
© Fillipo Prandi
Gabriel and the Virgin: The Immaculate Conception, Valerii KlymchukValerii Klymchuk,
Gabriel and the Virgin: The Immaculate Conception,
2012., Acrylic and Mixed Media on Cardboard., 11.5" x 8.5"
© Valerii Klymchuck
"Renewal", Arthur DworinArthur Dworin, "Renewal",
2015, Mixed Media, 84" H x 68" W
© Arthur Dworin
"Silly Sculpture#0032, Matthias MerdanMatthias Merdan, "Silly Sculpture#0032,
2015, Mixed Media
© V
"User Interface Landscape" , Angela Christine SmithAngela Christine Smith,
"User Interface Landscape" ,
2015, Digital Photographic Print, Site Specific 25/100, 4x6
© Angela Christine Smith
"Wisteria", Bernice FaegenburgBernice Faegenburg, "Wisteria",
2015, Asian Brush Painting on Rice Paper., 24" x 20"
© Bernice Faegenburg
Discussion, Michael MillerMichael Miller, Discussion,
2010, Linocut, hand colored., 20" x 26"
© Michael Miller
"Becoming", Janet L. BohmanJanet L. Bohman, "Becoming",
2008, Acrylic on Sculpted Linen, 37" length x 21" width x 11.5" depth
© Janet L. Bohman
With Two Moons, Virginia Evans SmitVirginia Evans Smit, With Two Moons,
2013., Mono Print with Hand Painting., 22" x 30"
© Virginia Evans Smit
"RIP", Alan GaynorAlan Gaynor, "RIP",
2013, Achival Pigment Ink Jet Print, 24" x 24" also in 12" x 12" and 5"x5" framed prints are avalible
© Alan Gaynor
"Every Which Way", Renee BorkowRenee Borkow, "Every Which Way",
2013, Oil Crayon, Watercolor and Pencil., 17" x 21"
© Renee Borkow
"Begonias", Deborah SudranDeborah Sudran, "Begonias",
2013., Oil on Canvas., 50" x 36"
© Deborah Sudran
The 99%, Robert MielenhausenRobert Mielenhausen, The 99%,
2012, Diptych. Mixed Media., 52" 48"
© Robert Mielenhausen
"The Window 2013-12", Kiyoshi KawaguchiKiyoshi Kawaguchi,
"The Window 2013-12",
2013., Acrylic on Canvas.
© Kiyoshi Kawaguchi
After Michaelangelo / Sybil, Susan SillsSusan Sills, After Michaelangelo / Sybil,
2013., Oil Painting on Birch Plywood Panel Cutout., 13" x 9"
© Susan Sills
In My Mother\'s House, Elizabeth Featherstone HoffElizabeth Featherstone Hoff,
In My Mother's House,
2008, Mixed Media Sculpture., 12" H x 6" D x 6" W.
© Elizabeth Featherstone Hoff
Untitled, Tazuko FujiTazuko Fuji, Untitled, 2012, Mixed Media
© Tazuko Fuji
Untitled, Oi SawaOi Sawa, Untitled,
2012, Oil Painting on Tin.
© Oi Sawa
"Dream Vision", Bruce RosenBruce Rosen, "Dream Vision",
Gouache and Chalk on Paper, 12 1/4" x 14"
© Estate of Bruce Rosen
"Frost in Amagansett", Barbara SchwartzBarbara Schwartz,
"Frost in Amagansett",
2009, Collage on Art paper: Ink,Acrylic,Oil,Graphite.Rubber,Sardines., 26" x 19"
© Barbara K. Schwartz
"Noir Madonna", May De VineyMay De Viney, "Noir Madonna",
2015, Acrylic on Canvas over Wood, Antique Radio Cabinet Front. , 23" x 18"
© May De Viney
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October 18th - November 5th "Unusual Politics: The Madness of Reality"
Armstrong, Jenny Belin, Marcia Bernstein, Elizabeth Bisbing, Richard Brachman, Robert Cenedella, Craig Cheply, Irene Christensen, Ursula Clark, Claudia Corò, Jan Davis, d’Ann de Simone, May DeViney, Dave Dorsey, Franz Fox, Alan Gaynor, Philip Gerstein, Joshua Greenberg, Fred Gutzeit, Ed Herman, Srividya Kannan Ramachandran, Kyoyoung Keum, Kathleen King, Bernice Sokoll Kramer, Angela LaMonte, Jackie Lima, Marcia Lloyd, Naum Medovoy, Erik Miller, John Nieman, N’Cognita, Patricia Owsiany, William Patrick, Michael Reck, Sarah Riley, Bruce Rosen, Len Rosenfeld, Kathleen Shanahan, Bryan Smith, Katherine Ellinger Smith, Victoria Webb, Michael Wolf, David Yendes, Larry Zdeb, Marjie Zelman
Vernita Nemec, Director, or Lauren Purje, Assistant to the Director.
Tue-Sat 12:00pm to 6:00pm
(212) 414-4040
(212) 414-4040
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Viridian Artists Inc. is an artist-owned, professionally operated gallery, located in New York City in the prestigious Chelsea region of Manhattan, home to some of New York's finest and most highly respected art galleries. Viridian recently celebrated its 40th anniversary and is one of the city's oldest artist-owned galleries.*Please note that Viridian Artists,INC. in suite 632,6th floor has 2 entrances in the same building,one at 548 W 28th St. and one at 547 W 27th St.*

Widely regarded as an outstanding showcase for emerging and established artists from the continental USA and around the world, Viridian supports a broad range of original and innovative work that meets the highest aesthetic standards.

Representing artists from New York to California, and from as far away as Japan, France and Korea, Viridian has an international flavor with New York overtones.

Unlike many commercial galleries, we are always interested in new talent to represent and nurture. Please look at our Opportunities page if you are interested in applying to be a part of our venture.

Viridian was born on Long Island in the 60’s, grew up in Soho, and moved to 57th Street in the 70’s. During its 25 years there the gallery maintained its uniqueness as the sole artist-owned and professionally-run gallery on 57th Street, which was at that time the "hub of the art world”. Just prior to 9/11 Viridian moved to Chelsea, the "now" art world, and has maintained a strong and unique presence there.


Viridian Artists 25th Annual International Juried Exhibition

Entry Deadline: Friday April 11, 2014. 

Juror: Katherine Brinson, Associate Curator, Guggenheim Museum, NYC.

Katherine Brinson is particularly interested in emerging artists. 

 Open to all US and International artists working in 2D and 3D media.

Cash prizes, Power-point presentation, Group Exhibition

July 1-19, 2014


  $45/ 3 works, $5 each additional work. 

Viridian Artists, 548 West 28th St. , NY NY 10001

Gallery Group Shows

At least twice a year there is are members and or invitational group shows in the gallery .

Children's Program
We have a special interest in education and sponsor events for elementary school children to visit and talk with the exhibiting artist, and sometimes even do a project in the gallery. We firmly believe that today’s children are tomorrow’s art collectors.

Meet the Artist
One of our special features is our "Meet the Artist" event, when the exhibiting artist discusses his work and is sometimes interviewed by a critic or curator.

Poetry, Dance, Music Concerts
We sponsor special events occasionally, such as poetry readings, dance or music concerts, that relate to specific art exhibitions. All of our events are free and open to the public.

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