Salmagundi Club’s Historic Black & White Exhibit

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“Steampunk Intensity” and “Vintage Pots” by Debbie Wells, 2014

Two photographs by Artful Circle’s Debbie Wells have been accepted in the historic Black and White Exhibition, which is at the Salmagundi Club from Jan 19-Feb 5, 2015 (reception on Jan 22)This show is a juried members’ exhibition of black and white or monochromatic sepia drawings, graphics, photographs, paintings, and sculpture by artist members. The galleries are open to the public daily,  Mon-Fri  1-6pm, Sat & Sun 1-5pm.

The first Black & White Exhibition at the Salmagundi Club took place in 1878, only a few short years after the Club was formed. The “Black and White” has taken place yearly since then. The focus of the Black and White Exhibition is to display not only the very finest work of Salmagundi artists but also the unique effect of an exhibition that features only works in black and white or monochrome sepia. The diversity of styles and mediums coupled with the dozens of powerful works on display will appeal to all artistic tastes and is not to be missed. For more information, visit www.salmagundi.org.

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