By Maggie Cai
Arts & Features Copy Editor
Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery presented the reception for
on November 1, 2014. The exhibition features new work by six Brooklyn based artists. The artists include Rachel Beach, Paul Behnke, Matthew Neil Gehring, Osamu Kobayashi, Rebecca Murtaugh and Fran O’Neill. Form and Facture: New Painting and Sculpture from New York
They will be having an
Artist Talk on Monday, Nov. 17 at 1 p.m.
The exhibition is free and open to the public and will be on display from Nov. 1-Dec. 13, 2014.
Pieces by artist Paul Behnke.
A visitor views artist Rachel Beach’s piece “Hull and Demi.”
Dina and Bill Weisberger examine Beach’s piece “Canary.”
Artist Osamu Kobayashi’s “Molten Channel.”
A visitor curiously observes Behnke’s pieces.
A visitor observing Fran O’Neill’s piece, “Icing.”
A visitor curiously looks at artist Rachel Beach’s piece, “Hull and Demi.”
Artist Osamu Kobayashi’s pieces.
A visitor carefully examines artist Matthew Neil Gehring’s piece, “And the Vital Vigor Stood Its Ground.”
Artist Matthew Neil Gehring discusses his art piece with a visitor.
Nick Rocco, Kristen Stebbins and Rachael Costell view and discuss “Hull and Demi.”
Artist Paul Behnke discusses his art with visitors at the opening reception.
Dina and Bill Weisberger view Behnke’s work.
Artist Matthew Neil Gehring’s piece, “Vantage Advance.”
Gary Giordano examines piece titled “Pink Waterfall.”
Jennifer Sigler views “Canary.”
Matthew Neil Gehring by his pieces at the exhibition.
A visitor gets up close and personal with artist Rebecca Murtaugh’s sculpture titled “Aequalis: Blueblood and Fusion.”
Nancy McCarville & Justin OBrien view Kobayashi’s “Pink Waterfall.”
Artist Osamu Kobayashi with his work.
Artist Paul Behnke with his work.
Artist Rebecca Murtaugh poses with one of her sculptures, titled “Aperture: Fusion and Radish.”
“Hull and Demi” are pieces by Rachel Beach.
The gallery presented both sculptures and paintings by the artists.
Form and Facture features new work from six Brooklyn based artists.