“Perspectives” presents art focusing on the cultural identity and autobiographical storytelling by invited artists. These artist’ works reflect on our stories – our devotions, memories, childhood circumstances, displacement of vulnerable communities, environmental issues, loss and processing mourning. Two other shows are also exhibiting “You Are Here” and “Anthropocene Outpost” at RoCA March 8th-April 19th 2020.
Was so surprised to have won first prize at the Creative Climate Awards this evening!
A great event for a great cause, among really solid work. What we do to the earth, we do to ourselves. Thank you to the Human Impacts Institute .
Exhibiting at the Taipei Cultural building 1 East 42nd st. NYC.
In gratitude. 🙏🏼
Honored to have been chosen as best in show and exhibited in the New Britain Museum which houses hero’s of mine such as: Maxfield Parrish, Norman Rockwell, Fredrick Church , NC Wyeth and my painting teacher from SVA Max Ginsberg. Special thanks to my wonderful daughters, Meghan Spiro, and my Brother Bruce for support.
His website puts it right out there: “Russ Ritell — Oil Painter, Artist in the Hudson Valley.”
And while that description is certainly accurate, it only touches on the depth of Ritell’s story.
A recent visit to the artist’s studio, housed within a cabin in the woods of Cold Spring, offers a closer look into a most creative soul whose work is poised to reach a wider audience.
In 2018, Ritell had his first international showing in Berlin, was featured in an autumn show in Woodstock and, in December, not only exhibited again at bau Gallery, the oldest contemporary fine-art gallery in Beacon and one where he is a member, but also curated the show, Natural Selection…