Central Park

Price: $300.0

Size: 9.0 x 12.0 x 0.1 in Medium: drawing Material: graphite on paper Frame: Framed Art Exhibition: 19 Dutch Note: The piece is on display at New York financial district, within 19 Dutch, at 19 Dutch St, New York, NY from 2022-06-11 to None. After the exhibition, the collector can pick up or have the work shipped to them.

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About The Artwork

Year: 2021 Style: fine art Description: All sketches are sketched from life with a graphite stick in a sketchbook. I often meet the people and hear stories, share drawings, etc. It is my way of making the world a little smaller, one sketch at a time. Need Help? Contact sales@revart.co

About The Artist

Gregg Vance Emery
Gregg Vance Emery
Abstract Artist
New York, NY, United States

Gregg Vance Emery is a well-known artist who has traveled the world. His inspirations combine Western mystical experience with a long-term study of and immersion in Eastern cultures. He now lives in New York.

Emery received critical acclaim for his exhibits around the globe. From Brussels to Beijing and back again. In 2017, when he was commissioned and completed an 8,000 sq ft mural around a pool on Roosevelt Island that was featured in Time Out NY, the Gothamist, and was listed by The New York Post as one of the top Instagrammable places of the summer, he has expanded his simple yet quietly powerful gestural meditations in paint. After being selected to exhibit in the 10th Annual Governors Island Art Fair, dubbed by the New York Times as the "Art Fair of the 99%," was yet another highlight, it was off to Brussels and the Cube Art Fair, where his paintings could be viewed alongside the work of Chuck Close and other American greats.

His paintings were featured during Miami Art Basel at Scope Art Fair and selected for Context Miami; as well as part of the first NFT Art Fair in Miami during Basel this past winter. Notably, they appeared prominently in Season 2 of the widely acclaimed TV Show, ‘The Last O.G.’ The Vogelsang Gallery of Belgium displayed his paintings in a show at the center of the world, dubbed by the Art Newspaper as the preamble to Frieze New York, was a digital takeover of 100 digital kiosks and a 12,000 sq ft billboard in the middle of Times Square. His journey with NFT’s was featured in the documentary from the Financial Times in December and he is a digital resident with Silver Arts Projects based in New York City. Recent exhibits include the Virgil Catherine Gallery’s spring group show and his design was voted to be the new façade for the wildly acclaimed, LAAMS on the Lower East Side.