New arrivals from Keith Carrington

Keith Carrington "Abundance", 48"x48"

All of this series is on heavy duty 1-1/2″ stretchers. The images wrap around the sides to eliminate the need for framing.

Keith Carrington’s inclusion in the annual listing of “Who’s Who in America” led this celebration of success by putting positive affirmations into action. The artist’s pattern from a series of his fabric designs for Cowtan & Tout is included in two of this series.

More of Keith’s work is available at Renata Fine Arts.

Keith Carrington

Keith Carrington, Sacrifice of the Rose, 2015, 26x40
Keith Carrington’s experiences have led him to express his talents through the fluid & exacting 
mediums of watercolor & ink.  He has honed his skills, clarified his vision, experimented,
explored and expanded his expression steadily over the years, the results of which thus far culminate here. Clearly, Keith’s extensive travels have roots in the luminous quality of his work, eminently holding the utmost possibilities of beauty and significance. Keith’s most recent paintings combine original comic book renderings that his mother did for Disney et al. and reinterprets them effectively combining the past with present energies and infuses his enthusiasm into these dynamic pieces that you see here today.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017, 2018	Renata Fine Arts, West Palm Beach, FL
2015, 2016	Renata Fine Arts, Hudson, New York
2013		@60inches.com  New York, NY
2012		@60inches.com  New York, NY curated sale with Harry Heisman
2011		KL/Karen Lynne Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida & Beverly Hills, California
2003		Dupont Gallery, Milwaukee Wisconsin
1994		Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, NY
1994		The Roger Smith Gallery, New York, NY
1993		Ambassador Galleries, New York, NY
1992		Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, New York
1983		Manor House Gallery, Rhinebeck, New York

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2014, 2015	C. Bell, Palm Beach, Florida
2010		Luxe Energy Aesthetics, West Palm Beach, Florida
1995		Time Warner Publishing, New York, NY
1991		Imperial Hotel Gallery,   Chestertown, Maryland
1990		National Symphony Show House, Washington, DC
1988, 1987	International Jumping Derby, Jockey Club, Newport, Rhode Island
1986 		Elijah Locke House, Rye Beach, New Hampshire
1984		Washington Design Center, Washington, D.C.

SELECTED CORPORATE COLLECTIONS
		Bovis Inc., New York, NY
		The Kiplinger Collection, Washington, D.C.
		The International Monetary Fund, Washington, D.C.
		Hopkins & Sutter, Washington, D.C.
		McKenna, Conner, & Cuneo, Washington, D.C.
		Oliver T. Carr Company, Alexandria, Virginia

SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
		RuPaul, Beverly Hills, California
		Kelly Klein, New York, NY
		Governor & Mrs. Bruce Sundlun, Providence, Rhode Island
		Mr. & Mrs. William Aylward, Palm Beach, Florida
		Lieve Blancquaert, Gent, Belgium
		Sheikh Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa, Bahrain 
King Hussein, Amman, Jordan


PUBLICATIONS
		Amy Woods, Healing, Florida Weekly, 7/17
Katherine K. McMillan, Keith Carrington, Palm Beach Post, 2/23/07
Peterson, Garon, Art & Propaganda, 12/94 & 12/95
		Slivka, Rose C.S. From the Studio, East Hampton Star, 5/21/92.
		Herbst, Robin Beasley, A Touch of Tuscany, Regardies Magazine, 8/89.
		Held, Yolanda, A Natural Elegance, Baltimore Sun Magazine, 8/4/87
EDUCATION
		Het Konnelijk Athenaeum, Wetteren, Belgium
		The George Washington University, BFA Washington, D.C.

Marcia Myers

Scavi XLI
Triptych, 70x60x1.5
Acrylic, luma, varnish on linen

 

Marcia Myers was an American painter best known for her large-scale Color Field abstractions. Emulating the traditional fresco painting techniques of ancient Rome, she used several layers of marble dust, acrylic varnish, as well as historical pigments like ochre and lapis lazuli. Born in 1949 in Scranton, PA, she went on to study at the Philadelphia College of Art and received her MFA from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. After finishing school, she received a Fulbright Grant to pursue her interest in Renaissance paintings in Florence and murals throughout Italy. Myers died in 2008 in Pennsylvania. Today, her works are in the collections of the Boise Art Museum, the University of Kentucky Art Museum in Lexington, and the Denver Art Museum, among others.