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The Salon at Sundown

Payton Cosell Turner and Brian Kaspr

Wallpaper, Embroidery, Drawings and Photography

Opening Reception Thursday November 12, 2009, 6 to 9 pm

Salon at Sundown 1 - Leffot

“The Salon at Sundown,” a multi-media exhibition, features new works by artists Payton Cosell Turner and Brian Kaspr. Turner’s major work reinvents the ancient design known as damask into a dazzling, detailed wallpaper of over 60,000 hand applied, individual stickers. No two sections of wallpaper are alike.

Salon at Sundown 2 - Leffot

Kaspr’s meticulous and intricate embroideries with tongue-in-cheek themes, reinterprets this venerable medium of embellishment into works wholly new and contemporary. While both artists share a love for textiles, design, and vintage motifs, they also work in other media. Turner’s new drawings also form part of the exhibit, as do Kaspr’s latest works in color photography.

Salon at Sundown 4 - Leffot

The ambitious melding of artistic forms in “The Salon at Sundown” gives the audience a unique opportunity to explore the multiple visions of the artists, an engaging mix of the enduring and the contemporary.

On view through December 31st.

Reception to include hors d’oeuvres from Alex Raij & Eder Montero

“Background Music to and Opening” composed by Henri Honne Wells & Juan Comas

Our Art and NY Magazine

Call it coincidence, call it timing or kismet but New York Magazine has published an article this week about the state of the Paul Rudolph Foundation. I think this is a perfect tie in to our installation by Chris Mottalini “After You Left They Took You Apart” a photo collection of homes designed by Paul Rudolph that have sadly been destroyed.

Chris’ photograph of Rudolph’s Twitchell House in the Florida Keys is featured on the front page of the article. These prints as well as others are available in limited series and would make a timely and topical gift especially for someone who has a fond appreciation for mid century architecture.

Come by and view the collection on display through December 20th of the “Micheels House in Westport, CT” now destroyed, or contact us for purchase information.