In a short while, I will make high quality fine art prints of my paintings available for purchase. The prints will be in limited editions and signed. If you would like to know more, please contact me.
One of my paintings, “Central Park Shadows”, has been selected to be included in the 2016 Summer Exhibition at the Elizabeth V. Sullivan Gallery at the Vytlacil Art Campus. this juried show will include paintings and sculpture. The painting is acrylic on canvas, 30″ by 36″
The opening reception on Saturday, July 16 from 2-5pm.
22 Kings Highway, Orangeburg NY 10962. This is about 30 minutes north of New York City. The exhibit will run through the beginning of September.
The Vytlacil Art Campus is a lovely 15 acres site which includes the gallery and workshops.
My recently completed paintings of manikins are a reference to the confining, and yet sometimes unfortunately alluring, aspects of gender roles for women. The manikins are trapped in windows, surrounded by gendered lovely lures. Please look carefully at the one with two manikins titled Eve. actually please look look at all three.
The three manikin paintings are 24 x 36 each and they are acrylic on canvas. I like them as a triptych and singly as well.
I have had a very prolific several months of painting, 14 paintings in 6 months, plus drawing and sketches.
Three of my recent paintings where exhibited in the Art Students League group show in April.
My most recently completed painting is a “Child’s Dream”. It is a child’s mind view of the old beloved doll house, which has been enjoyed, damaged and played with by 3 generations of our family. It will be photographed this week. The family doll house lovers who have seen the painting all want it! A terrific compliment. I will have the painting photographed and look into creating Giclee prints!
I will be painting semi-outdoors for the summer on the large screened porch of my summer home.
I have been consumed painting, painting and painting at an intense clip! My city-scapes now include more people and unique situations: the street life of mid-town and the flood of ongoing new super tall tower construction as experienced from the street, as a pedestrian.
Three pieces were recently included in the exhibit at The Drawing Center in Chelsea, NYC. This was a benefit exhibit for Art-In-a-Box which brings partners with educators, and provides art materials to teachers in Cambodia who work with at-risk children. The purpose is to help the children have a creative outlet and explore self expression.
Another painting was recently on exhibit at the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery of The Art Students League on West 57th Street, NYC, as part of their wonderful Holiday Show. The Holiday Show is great fum. The paintings are hung salon style, floor to ceiling, and cover the walls completely. Everything is for sale. Buyers choose their painting and walk out with it the same day. The artist can hang another painting in the same spot until the end of the show. Opening morning the gallery is packed with buyers. Pretty awesome!
Some of my most recent acrylic on canvas paintings will be on display in the group show in the Phyllis Hartman Gallery, on the second floor of at the Art Students League.
April 6th through April 11th.
Located at 215 West 57th Street, New York, NY
Here are a few of my recent paintings, a few have been influenced by the on-going construction nearby
“Small Works”: a juried show at the Borough Presidents of Manhattan office at 1 Centre Street, NY NY from December 4 through January 20, 2015. Borough President Gayle Brewers office.
“The Holiday Show” at The Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery of he Art Students League of New York, December 10 – 22, 215 West 57th Street (between Seventh Ave. and Broadway)
Art-in-a-Box, a charity which helps children at risk and brings them the opportunity to enjoy making art. All proceeds go to the charity, everything is priced very very low and all at the same price. On line auction and actual exhibit too at The Skylight Gallery in Chelsea. Details:http://www.artinabox.org/benefitartexhibition.htm
These four of my paintings were on display recently a the Art Students League gallery, West 57th st, New York. Painting at the League is a true pleasure, great fellow artists, fun models and wonderful Bob Cenedella. This June, I am planning on painting en plein air around Manhattan with a group from the ASL.
These Photos were taken by Scottomatic, the photograher who shot photos for the catalog of the ASL show.
West 100th Street Rachel Lulov Segall 2014
Two Dancers Rachel Lulov Segall 2014
Childs’ Play Rachel Lulov Segall 2014
Summer Memeory Rachel Lulov Segall 2014