LINDA TOUBY: JE T'AIME
February 1 - March 16, 2019
MJFA is pleased to announce a fourth solo exhibition of paintings by American artist LINDA TOUBY. The exhibition, entitled JE T’AIME, will be on view from February 1 - March 16, 2019. There will be an opening reception on Friday, February 1st from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. The public is welcome to attend and the artist will be present.
A Whiter Shade of Winter
February 1 - March 4, 2017
MJFA is proud to present an installation of new works by gallery artists Stanley Boxer, Eugene Healy, Yangyang Pan, Michelle Sakhai and Linda Touby. The interaction of these works create a unique synergy evoking a dynamic, calming mood in the gallery, a break from the harsh effects of mid-winter.
LINDA TOUBY: SIDNEY'S DOOR
July 10 - August 30, 2014
Touby’s new series of white monochrome paintings are a conceptual reference to the artist’s longtime relationship with sculptor, scholar and studio neighbor Sidney Geist. Passing by Geist’s studio door daily, Touby often wondered what was happening on the other side. While saturated, intense color has been a central element in her paintings of the past, the white on white work belies remarkably rich and fresh surfaces of deep space and intriguing visual associations.
SUMMER REMIX: A Group Salon
July 10 - August 30, 2014
Summer is an opportunity to exhibit fresh new ideas from our gallery artists and introduce fresh new artists.
By The Sea
June 21 - August 18, 2012
By the Sea
The Decade Show: An Anniversary Exhibition
September 17 - November 12, 2011
THE DECADE SHOW: An Anniversary Exhibition
September 17 – November 12, 2011
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is delighted to present “The Decade Show: An Anniversary Exhibition,” a celebratory exhibition marking the gallery’s 10-year anniversary, on September 17 through November 12, 2011. With a special focus on the 10 artists who have been integral to the gallery over the last 10 years, the show will feature unexpected groupings of work to create an exciting dialogue between the artists and their pieces, demonstrating the vitality and scope of our programming.
The 10th anniversary exhibition will showcase artists, David Kimball Anderson, Stanley Boxer, Antonio Carreno, Ken Elliott, Theodore Fried, Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida, Lawrence Kelsey, Wosene Worke Krosof, Ted Larsen, and Linda Touby. The show will present works in several mediums, including painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography.
“It’s been quite a decade. Time passes by quickly, but I look back at the friends we’ve made, the exhibitions we’ve presented, and what we’ve accomplished. There’s a lot that I’m proud of, and I hope we’ve been a positive influence in our area — providing a link to exceptionally talented artists, and facilitating an interaction with great work,” Madelyn Jordon said.
Additional festivities surrounding the gallery’s anniversary have been planned, including a benefit silent auction of exciting artworks by emerging and established artists every two weeks, a mobile pop-up gallery traveling county-wide, and an Open House on September 17, 2011 to kick off the show. The public is invited.
The rotating silent auctions will feature works by new and established artists, such as Josef Albers, John Beerman, Ross Bleckner, Zang Fanzhi, Makoto Fujimura, Dan Gualdoni, Paul Hunter, Alex Katz, Wolf Khan, Patrick LoCicero, Kim McCarty, Yue Minjun, Pablo Picasso, Earl Scofield, Hunt Slonem, Christina Stahr, Fumiko Toda, Michael Torlen and others. Every two weeks, you will have a chance to bid on a curated group of works by phone, by e-mail or in person.
On select evenings throughout the fall, we will be traveling county-wide with our mobile pop-up art gallery to towns such as Armonk, Chappaqua, Greenwich, Bronxville and Rye. Residents will have the opportunity to enter for a chance to win one of three Josef Albers prints. Details regarding locations and times will be posted on our website, Twitter and Facebook.
Opening its doors within the Scarsdale community in the fall of 2001, MJFA has been a source for experienced and novice collectors in contemporary art for 10 years. Our commitment to quality and our loyal clients have allowed the gallery to survive past the art market crash of 2007 and a weak economy. We are thankful to the talents of our artists and the business of our clients over the last 10 years.
As stated by Roberta Smith, New York Times chief art critic, “The art dealers’ creed is partly financial, partly educational. They want to make money, in order to support themselves and their artists, but they also want to exhibit things that, ideally, you don’t see every day, things that expand the viewing public’s sense of the present or the past in some way” (New York Times, p. C-22, 8/19/11). That has been this gallery’s goal and we look forward to continuing for years to come.
Tuesday - Saturday, 10:30AM - 5:30PM
Summer Session: Including works by Milton Avery, Stanley Boxer, Elissa Gore, Ken Elliott, Ruth Epstein, Dan Gualdoni, Larry Horowitz, Wolf Kahn, Patrick LoCicero, Lucy Reitzfeld, David Ryan, Earl Schofield, Linda Touby and others
July 29 - September 18, 2010
Expressionist Tendencies: Paintings by Ken Elliott, Hunt Slonem, and Linda Touby
February 14 - March 28, 2009
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
ART + DESIGN 1: LINDA TOUBY painting MOUNA CHAMARIQ ceramics
March 24 - April 23, 2006
For Immediate Release
Exhibition: Art + Design 1”: LINDA TOUBY, oil paintings
MOUNA CHAMARIQ, ceramics
Dates: March 24 April 23, 2006
Location: Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
14 Chase Rd,
Scarsdale NY 10583
Contact: Madelyn Jordon
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is pleased to present an exhibition of fine art and design at the gallery in Scarsdale, NY. The show pairs the work of two contemporary artists, LINDA TOUBY and MOUNA CHAMARIQ. While working in disparate mediums, painting and sculpture, both artists employ vivid color, sensual surfaces and simplified forms to express their artistic sensibilities.
Linda Touby's abstract paintings are meditative in size and seductive in color. The artist pairs intuitive brushstrokes with bold, horizontal bands of vibrant color offering a sense of balance and harmony. The restrained, calming palette of earth tones gains intensity and an illusion of spatial depth and volume through the artist's employment of Renaissance techniques of layering the surface with wax, dry pigment and thick glazes. At times Touby's wild, visceral brushstrokes reclaim an expressionist spirit. These combined qualities bring her canvases to life, gently pulling the viewer into the depths of the artist’s subconscious.
A native of Florida, Touby moved to New York as a teenager where she began her studies at the Pratt Institue in Brooklyn. She continued training at the Art Student's League and later the National Academy of Art. Touby's works have been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries internationally including the Museum Fur Konkrete Kunst Ingolstadt (1999), Germany. Her paintings have been incorporated in many public collections, including General Motors Corporation, Phillips Corporation.
Westchester artist Mouna Chamariq was born in Casablanca, Morocco (1971), a city of rich cultural traditions. After secondary school in Morocco she moved to Paris to study art, attending the renowned design school, Ecole Nissim de Camondo, and received a degree in product and interior design. After extensive travels in Europe, Chamariq and her husband came to America. She joined a prominent interior design firm in Philadelphia, where she developed innovative design concepts for major commercial projects. The artist moved to Westchester last year, and maintains an interior design practice in Larchmont. In 2004, she designed her first collection, "ELYA" of limited edition ceramic sculpture which were handcrafted by skilled artisans in Marakkesh, Morocco. They are functional (as candles, boxes and bowls) as well as beautiful. She states, "My products combine traditional craftsmanship with visually seductive contemporary forms."…It is a synthesis of ethnic and modern with an emphasis on clear lines that have a remarkable timeless appeal. All products are designed to complement each other, creating a harmonious family.
The exhibition will be on view through April 23, 2007. For further information, please contact Madelyn Jordon at 914-723-8738.