June 24 - August 6, 2022
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is delighted to present Surreal Summer, a group exhibition featuring work by Deborah Buck, Ron Ehrlich, Samantha French, Eugene Healy, Sandrine Kern, Gary Komarin, Kate Roebuck, Roohi Saleem, and Tom Wesselmann. The exhibition will run from June 24 – August 6, 2022. The opening reception will be on Friday, June 24 from 6:00-8:00pm.
GARY KOMARIN: THE VICOMTE AND SOME OF HIS PARTS
September 6 - October 20, 2018
MJFA is delighted to announce a second solo exhibition of paintings and works on paper by American artist GARY KOMARIN. The exhibition, entitled THE VICOMTE AND SOME OF HIS PARTS, will be on view from September 6 - October 20, 2018. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, September 6th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. and the artist will be present. The public is invited.
August 10 - September 9, 2017
In the Country, By the Sea-- Parts I and II
June 24 - September 1, 2016
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is pleased to present In the Country, By the Sea, on view from June 24 to August 20, 2016. The exhibition will survey paintings, works on paper, prints and sculpture by 17 artists that reference the land and the sea. Spanning over 60 years, the works will range in style, from plein aire impressionism, to realism to total abstraction, pushing the limits of a traditionally representational genre.
Gary Komarin, Paintings and Works on Paper
May 8 - June 20, 2015
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is pleased to present GARY KOMARIN, Paintings and Works on Paper, Connecticut artist Gary Komarin’s first solo exhibition at Madelyn Jordon Fine Art, from May 8 – June 20, 2015. The exhibition will include recent paintings on canvas and works on paper. There will be a whimsical grid installation of the artist’s signature French Wigs, as well as his iconic Cakes, and Vessels. Private showings are by appointment.
Gary Komarin has been exhibiting his works for over 30 years. Known internationally for his unique style of painting that owes allegiance to abstract expressionism and color field genres, his canvases live on the border between image and abstraction. Intuitive gestures form the background of his boldly colored canvases, balanced, or unbalanced with an amalgam of scrawled, spontaneous drawing, drips and cartoonish, child-like forms. The forms—hats, bottles, pails— sometimes recognizable, sometimes not, are reminiscent of Martin Puryear’s sculptures—so familiar, they resist recognition.