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15 new works on paper by Kamilla Talbot curated by townhouse.bz at our mid-century modern salon show.

Saturday, August 22th, 6pm to 9pm
@ Guild Greene Gallery
281 Greene Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Showing through Labor Day, 2015
Fridays: 4pm to 8pm
Saturdays and Sundays: 12:30 to 7:30pm

or by appointment: 347.517.0711

Talbot’s new works on paper continue her distinctive use of watercolors and silkscreen printing. Painted en plein air in Maine, these pieces showcase Talbot’s celebrated color palatte with bold, painterly strokes. Join us at Guild Greene Gallery.

Posted by Marla Dekker August 16, 2015 / 2 Comments Filed Under Kamilla Talbot, townhouse.bz Art

through the holidays
@ Guild Greene Gallery
281 Greene Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11238
718 398 6792

Holiday Hours: 12/22, 23 & 24 noon to 6pm; or by appointment.

Barware, jewelry, objects, handmade toys and ornaments, newly restored mid-century modern furniture.

Featuring a pair of Verner Panton cone chairs with orange mohair seats.

A Corbu chaise with a chrome tri-leg glass top coffee table, Alvar Aalto dishes, a Bruce Fox tri-leg aluminum bowl, a Kay Bogeson Penguin.

A Milo Baughman swivel chair, a modern French daybed, a Bernhard Rohm acid etched coffee table.

A Salon Exhibition Art, Objects and Furniture Exploring the Realm of Mid-Century Modernism

Featuring the townhouse.bz collection including Jud Nelson, Kamilla Talbot Piaget Studios, Kathy Urbina, Le Corbusier, Knoll, Milo Baughman, Pierre Jeanneret, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Aldo Tura, Fornascetti, Edward Wormley.

Opening Saturday, July 26th, 2014
From 6 to 9pm
Showing through September 6th, 2014
Thu & Sun 12 to 6pm
Fri & Sat 12 to 7:30pm
or by appointment

@ Guild Greene Gallery
281 Greene Avenue
Clinton Hill, Brooklyn 11238
718 398 6792

Visit Faux Real and explore historic Clinton Hill. Guild Greene’s building is the original 1890s headquarters and laboratory for Bristol Myers. Fine dining nearby includes Speedy Romeo, Marietta, Locando Vini & Olli and Aita.

Shown above: Holos/Series 23, No.1 (Wood Match) Roman Travertine & Red Slate; Jud Nelson, 1994

Contact Us for more information.

The opening of Kamilla Talbot’s Getting Outside show. Click here to view the pieces in the show.

Many thanks to Gavin Shelton for cinematography and production.

Posted by Marla Dekker February 21, 2014 / No Comments Filed Under Kamilla Talbot, townhouse.bz Art, townhouse.bz chronicles

Take a quick look at the installation of Kamilla Talbot’s solo show, Getting Outside. Click here to view the pieces in the show.

Many thanks to Gavin Shelton for cinematogoraphy and production.

Posted by Marla Dekker February 18, 2014 / No Comments Filed Under Kamilla Talbot, townhouse.bz Art, townhouse.bz chronicles

Above: Understory by Kamilla Talbot. Watercolor and silkscreen, 2013, 40 x 52 inches.

Opening reception
Thursday, February 20th, 2014
5:30 – 8:30 pm
Showing through May 16th, 2014
Open weekdays
From 8:30am to 5pm

The Charles P. Sifton Gallery
The Eastern District Courthouse
225 Cadman Plaza East
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Marla Dekker
Phone 718 398 6792
Email marla@townhouse.bz

Please join us at the opening of a solo exhibition of oil paintings and
works on paper by Kamilla Talbot. Featuring new pieces that are large in scale, with a bold, metaphorical color palette and mixed media of
watercolors and silkscreen patterns.

Talbot’s paintings are landscape-based, many of them painted “en plein
air,” starting with motifs of the trees and ponds of the Catskills, urban landscapes from Governors Island, and the rocky coast of Norway.

Recently returned to New York from a painting residency in Norway and heading to Italy to paint in the spring, Kamilla is available for a gallery tour and/or interview.

Talbot studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the New York
Studio School. Her work has been shown in numerous galleries in New York, including Lori Bookstein Fine Art, Lohin Geduld Gallery, Kouros Gallery, the Painting Center and the Bowery Gallery. She has had solo shows at Bruno Marina Gallery in New York and the Johannes Larsen Museum in Denmark. She is currently the artist in residence for the National Park Service on Governors Island. Past honors include an art symposium in Norway, and residencies at the Heliker-LaHotan Foundation (Maine), the Vermont Studio Center, the World Trade Center, and organizations in Newfoundland and Iceland. She has taught at the Art Students League and the New York Studio School, and currently teaches at the National Academy.

View the pieces in Kamilla Talbot’s show, Getting Outside

Posted by Marla Dekker February 17, 2014 / No Comments Filed Under Kamilla Talbot, townhouse.bz Art, townhouse.bz chronicles

Painter Kamilla Talbot had a StudioScapes Residency during January and February of 2001 on the 91st floor of the North Tower in the World Trade Center. During that time, Kamilla soaked in the views and had a prodigious output of paintings. The painting above is of the view towards Brooklyn, with the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges visible in the lower third of the canvas.

So much was lost on 9/11, that it hardly seems appropriate to mention the loss of the view. It was incredible.

Posted by Marla Dekker September 9, 2011 / 1 Comments Filed Under In the News, Kamilla Talbot, townhouse.bz Art, townhouse.bz chronicles

Kamilla Talbot in her Brooklyn, NY studio. Her paintings are featured at townhouse.bz Art.

From Kamilla, About her Art
Painting en-plein-air/outside is intense and immediate. The light changes, shadows travel and dissolve, a barge in the harbor moves, and – brush in hand – I try to capture the special light of the moment.

My goal when painting is to capture the beauty and transience of light in a landscape. As a child, I spent my summers in Denmark, close to nature and surrounded by family, many of whom were painters. My great-grandfather, Johannes Larsen, was a Danish painter whose subjects were nature and in particular, birds, on the island of Funen. His legacy has strongly influenced my work. His sober yet loving attention to weather and landscape evoke a strong sense of place. Cool northern light and how it plays on the water are endlessly fascinating to me and I delight in the dichotomy of nature in the urban landscape of NY. My interest in the landscape has led me to extended residencies in Iceland, Newfoundland, Maine and Vermont, as well as painting trips around the United States, Scandinavia and Europe, but the place I always return to to paint is New York.

About Kamilla
Kamilla is a watercolor instructor at the National Academy, NY and has taught watercolor and oil painting at the Art Students League and the New York Studio School. She is the artist in residence for the National Park Service on Governors Island.

Posted by Marla Dekker November 30, 2010 / 3 Comments Filed Under In the News, Kamilla Talbot, townhouse.bz Art, What Is...

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