It’s been a
terrific time with a steady stream of visitors, from eager and/or blasé high
schoolers, to hard-core curators, to gallerists fueling their own habits. Peggy
Bacon, Will Barnet, William Baziotes, Howard Daum, and Karl Schrag, all especially
Howard Daum, Face and Hand, 1945, linocut
began with coffee on the front porch of 156 as colleagues arrived to ‘open the
shop.’ Maybe this is what small town main streets used to be like? Our back
door lead to a corner store with exotic juices and hot lunches.
Will Barnet, The New Toy (Go-Go), 1947, serigraph
No need to
go into the fierce baby gecko encounter of ’16. It’s enough to pass on that
he/she lived to terrorize New Yorkers yet another day.
year’s “biblical” rain the days this year were mostly pleasant, especially
yesterday (Saturday) and today, that were much less humid and even had blue sky
when the clouds cleared up after the frequent showers.
On Park Avenue near 20th Street, Miami Beach
day to enjoy Florida -- heading home on Tuesday.
is the link for the INK Miami overview on the site:
The Susan Teller Gallery began in 1988. In March, 2015, we made the move to private dealership.
The focus of the gallery is American paintings, prints, and unique works on paper, of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, including the New Deal-WPA Era, Urban and Industrial Realism, Modernism, and Surrealism.