JOHN PAUL PHILIPPE
John-Paul Philippe is a native Oklahoma born artist and designer splitting his time between New York City and Sharon, CT. John-Paul’s work ranges from paintings & murals to large scale interior design elements such as integrated metal sculpture in both commercial and private venues. PLEASE JOIN US THIS THURSDAY 11.14.2019 from 6 until 8 PM for a show of new work from John Paul.
OBJECTS FROM NATURE
Nature has a way of creating the most beautiful colors, shapes and tones. We strive to find the most beautiful iterations of natural objects for you to include in your collections. Browse our selection of new arrivals here.
My work is collage based. It’s physically constructed by layering collected print material, found photographs and hand painted paper. The painted paper is more akin to monotype printed surfaces and staining. In recent work, I’ve been pigment treating the surfaces of Japanese washi paper, Thai mulberry paper and Italian printmaking paper as collage material. I’m interested in the analog version of creating a sense of registration and purposeful mis-registration. The space between the two is energized by a vibrating visual distortion as a result. PLEASE JOIN US THIS THURSDAY 11.14.2019 from 6 until 8 PM to view new work from Aaron Wexler.
Exhibit by Aberson has been searching for and acquiring minerals from around the world. A fusion of design and primitive form, they are hand-selected to add texture, history and interest to interior spaces.
ACROSS THE POND: JOHN PAUL PHILIPPE
1987 in London was the beginning of a beautiful friendship, a friendship that has lasted more than thirty years because it is disinterestedly devoted to beauty alone.My London friend, the writer and art historian Simon Watney, introduced me to an Oklahoman from the tiny town of Henrietta with an equally unlikely name: John-Paul Phillippe,
THE CHEFS GROWING VEGETABLES FOR PARIS'S BEST RESTAURANTS
As they prepare to open their own ambitious farm-to-table project, James Henry and Shaun Kelly have discovered a sideline as sought-after producers.
ART MATTERS PODCAST: THE MONUMENTS MEN AND PRESERVING ART DURING WAR
The setting was Europe in the 1940s. The world was at war and communities across the continent were facing destruction. In the course of these events, cultural objects were at risk of theft and historic buildings were being levelled. Amongst these many objects were paintings by Sandro Botticelli, Rembrandt, Jan van Eyck's Ghent Altarpiece, a sculpture by Michelangelo, and more.