Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Young Masters Art Prize Exhibition Part 1 Opens Tonight in London

Congratulations to Mia Brownell & Brad Woofin. Both made the short list for the Young Masters Art Prize. Part 1 of the 2 part exhibition with works by all finalists opens tonight: 

Young Master Exhibition Part 1 at Sphinx Fine Art
125 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 7LP
Opening Tuesday October 9th
Exhibition Dates: Oct 9th - Oct 26th 2012
Link to catalogue:

Sunday, October 7, 2012

We're very excited getting ready for the Brad Woodfin and Dame Darcy 
solo exhibitions opening Saturday evening October 13th! 

We'll be showing 28 NEW Woodfin paintings 
ranging in size from 8" x 6" to 60" x 40" and they are all gorgeous!!! 

And we'll have over 20 of the beautiful original illustrations from 
Dame Darcy's new book "Handbook for Hot Witches."

The reception is Saturday night, Oct 13th from 6-9pm 
and the show runs through November 4th. 

It all takes place at the Smart Clothes Gallery space 
at 154 Stanton Street on the corner of Stanton & Suffolk, 
just 1 block North and 1 block East of our old gallery space. 

Hope to see you then/there!!!!


"Unwound" by Brad Woodfin
Original artwork from the "Handbook for Hot Witches" by Dame Darcy 

Sloan Fine Art @  154 Smart Clothes, 154 Stanton Street, NY, NY

Reception: Saturday, October 13th, 6 to 9 pm 

Exhibition: October 14 through November 4

Gallery Hours: Noon to 6:30, Wednesday through Sunday

Monday, August 20, 2012

Mia Brownell & Brad Woodfin on Young Master Short List

Out of thousands of artists, just 26 have made it to the Young Masters Art Prize Shortlist. We're thrilled that 2 of those artists are from Sloan Fine Art. 

Congratulations Mia Brownell & Brad Woodfin! You rock!!!! 

Friday, August 17, 2012

Help HVCCA on Kickstarter!

Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA) has launched a Kickstarter Campaign to help ensure that Peekskill Project V Opening Weekend is a great success. Please consider making a donation - every dollar helps!

Peekskill Project V is a citywide art festival devoted to bringing cutting edge contemporary art out of the museum and into the community. Using the city as a stage, Peekskill Project activates the urban environment and its inhabitants through site-specific art exhibitions, performances and screenings sited in multiple venues throughout the City of Peekskill.

The festival kickoff weekend is September 29 - 30, featuring exhibitions in various project venues throughout town, public performances, outdoor projections, guided walks, artist talks, live music, food and drinks provided by local businesses.


HVCCA is trying to keep the festival FREE and accessible for everybody! The festival reaches out to a community with limited access to the arts, offering a large scope of unique exhibition venues and free programming, and a diverse range of high caliber art in indoor venues as well as public spaces.

Donations start at $1 and great gifts start at $25. Check it out and consider donating. 

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Eric Finzi / A Thousand Living Painters

We're pleased to see Eric Finzi included in this year's list! http://a1000livingpainters.wordpress.com/2012/01/22/eric-finzi/

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Brad Woodfin & Dame Darcy Solo Exhibitions in October

Sloan Fine Art is Pleased to Present
"New Works" by Brad Woodfin 

Original Artwork from the "Handbook for Hot Witches" by Dame Darcy
At 154 Smart Clothes, 154 Stanton Street, NY, NY
Reception: Saturday, October 13th, 6 to 9 pm
Exhibition: October 14 through November 4, 2012

Monday, July 2, 2012

"Awakened" Group Exhibition at AFA in SoHo

I'm thrilled to be curating "Awakened" a group exhibition with over fifty artists at AFA Gallery in SoHo, NYC to benefit Adopt-A-Pet.com and celebrate the completion of "Pet Sitter: A Jenna Stack Mystery" by Amy Eyrie & Alix Sloan. The exhibition runs September 20 through 29th with reception on September 22nd from 5 to 8pm. Click here for more information. 

Images, left to right:
Rebekah Bogard, “Hope,” earthenware, underglaze, glaze, oil paint, 24” x 18” x 17”
Ransom & Mitchell, "Civilized Extraction," c print on archival paper, ed of 10, 14" x 24"

Friday, June 29, 2012

Summer News

Here's the latest update of what our artists are up to this Summer: 

Eric Finzi is featured in "Remembrance Through Art," a three person exhibition at the Oswego Safe Haven Museum in Oswego, NY. 

Mia Brownell is included in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Gallery 138 in NYC, opening June 21. Exhibition runs through July 19.

Mia Brownell, Elizabeth McGrath and Brad Woodfin will be included in "Zooey" at Lesley Heller Workspace in New York City, opening July 18.

Check out a terrific interview with Aaron Smith by Mimi Sturman for her blog "Eye Of The Feast."

Look for Eric Finzi in New Americans Painting #100, out now.

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

NEW Marion Peck & Aaron Smith Prints

We're pleased to announce the release of new Marion Peck and Aaron Smith prints, available now and exclusively from Sloan Fine Art!

"Big White Pussy" by Marion Peck
Limited edition, signed and numbered giclee print of Marion Peck's 2011 painting. Edition of 40. Print size is 18.75" x 25." $500 plus s/h.  

"Blower" by Aaron Smith
Limited edition, signed and numbered giclee print of Aaron Smith's 2011 painting. Edition of 40. Print size is 19.75" x 18.75." $250 plus s/h.     

Both prints are available NOW in our new Sloan Fine Art online store. 

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Sloan Fine Artists in "Zooey" at Lesley Heller

Don't miss Mia Brownell, Elizabeth McGrath & Brad Woodfin in "Zooey" at Lesley Heller Workspace, 50 Orchard Street,  New York City, opening July 18th.

Image: PinktoPussy by Elizabeth McGrath

Saturday, April 14, 2012

artMRKT San Francisco

California here we come!

Please come see us at the artMRKT San Francisco art fair May 17-20, 2012.

We'll have works by Eric Finzi, Julia Marchand, Elizabeth McGrath, Jean-Pierre Roy, Aaron Smith, Owen Smith, Jonathan Viner & Brad Woodfin.

Monday, February 13, 2012

SCOPE New York Artist List Announced

We've confirmed our artist list for Scope NY, March 7-11, 2012.

We are thrilled to show gallery regulars Mia Brownell, Elizabeth McGrath, Jonathan Viner and Brad Woodfin alongside artists who are new to the gallery - Charles Moody and the collaborative team Ransom & Mitchell. (Moody and Ransom & Mitchell images above).

All images will be posted to our web site in late February.

Visit the Scope web site for more info about visiting the fair.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Scope NY, March 7-11, 2012

We're confirmed for Scope NY, March 7-11.

We'll be exhibited artists we've worked with before and we'll have some new surprises.

Stay tuned for more info and images.

Image: Brad Woodfin, "Pelican," 2011, oil on panel, 16" x 20"

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Updated News & Exhibitions

While we're in between spaces, we're booking up 2012 with art fairs, pop up exhibitions and projects. Our gallery artists are also scheduled to participate in group shows at galleries and museums in the US and abroad. Visit the news page of our web site or check back here for updates, and go to our info page to join our email mailing list. In the meanwhile, here is a taste of what we have confirmed so far:

January 2012:
  • "6 Painters," a group show including works by Eric Finzi at Civlian Art Projects in Washington DC opens January 20 and runs through February 25. 
  • Don't miss the amazing solo exhibition, "The Clockmaker's Apprentice," by Nathan Skiles at the Hunterdon Museum of Art. The show runs January 22 through March 25 with a reception on February 5.
  • SFA Projects is partnering with curator Mollie White on a series of exhibitions at La Esquina cafe. The first, featuring works by Jessie Henson, opens January 23. February 2012:"Love is in the Air," a group exhibition curated by Island Weiss and Michelle Doll, including work by Nicole Etienne, opens February 10 at the cell in New York City.
  • Mia Brownell is finishing up a major commission to create two large paintings for the University of Connecticut's Cell and Genome Sciences Building, a space designed specifically to encourage collaboration among the more than 100 scientists housed there who are engaged in high-tech research across a diverse array of disciplines, from cell biology,chemistry, and genetics to physics, mathematics, and computer science.

March 2012:
  • Curator Elizabeth Peterson has selected Mia Brownell's work for inclusion in "Unnatural Variations" at Akus Gallery in Willimantic, CT March 15 through April 26.
  • Elizabeth McGrath and Marion Peck will both be included in the "Juxtapoz Turns 18" exhibition at Copro Nason in Santa Monica, CA, opening March 24.
  • Elizabeth McGrath has been selected to participate in a group exhibition at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery in Warrington, UK, opening March 29.

May 2012:
  •  "Wild at Heart," an exhibition with Born Free USA at Thinkspace in Culver City, CA opens May 26 and includes works by Mia Brownell and Brad Woodfin.

July 2012:
  • Mia Brownell, Elizabeth McGrath and Brad Woodfin will be included in "Zooey" at Lesley Heller Workspace in New York City, opening July 18. 

September 2012:
  • Alix Sloan will curate a group exhibition and fundraiser, with works by over fifty artists, in New York City. More details coming soon. 

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Don't Miss "6 Painters" at Civilian Art Projects

Civilian Art Projects' new annual micro-survey of paintings by artists in the Washington/Baltimore area kicks off with work from Tom Bunnell, Eric Finzi, Cavan Fleming, Tom Green, Nora Sturges, and Champneys Taylor. 

January 20 - February 25, 2012

Opening Reception: Friday, January 20, 7-9pm

Monday, January 16, 2012

We're very excited about Nathan Skiles upcoming solo exhibition, "The Clockmaker's Apprentice," at the Hunterdon Museum of Art in Clinton, NJ.

The exhibition will include 100 sculptures, made entirely of foam rubber, and marks the conclusion of Skiles' clock inspired body of work.

The show runs January 22 through March 25, 2012 with an opening reception on February 5th from 2 to 4 pm.

Visit the artist's web site to preview images from the show.

Got to the Hunterdon Museum web site for information about visiting the show.