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New York based modern artist 

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New Commission!

I'm so thrilled to announce that I was picked to create an abstract piece to be installed on the entrance to White Plains, NY City Center Building. 

This was extremely exciting to me because it serves as 3 generations of my family contributing to the beauty of White Plains. My grandfather Hans Seidl was one of the first members of the White Plains Beautification Foundation. During his tenure he planted a line of Cherry Blossom trees going down Mamaroneck Avenue. That was in the early 1960s.

In 1985 my Father John Seidl threw a party at his restaurant The Jockey Club  on Court Street, (now Molina's) to raise funds for a gazebo in Tibits Park. He was an avid musician and hoped it would serve as a place for public concerts. I'm not really sure it was ever used that way. I worked that party and it is now a location where when I miss my Dad I can go and feel his spirit. 

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So to have the honor of my art being picked to be displayed in such a special way is beyond an honor. I am also really thrilled to finally be working with the wonderful people over at Arts Westchester. 

I don't have an exact date for the installation but I will be sending information as I get it. Please sign up for my newsletter for more information. 

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Insitu Mockup of proposed design

Workshop with Francine Tint

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I will be moderating a workshop with the renowned gestural abstract artist Francine Tint. 

 
Dates: 10am-4:30pm - Apr 20 - 21
 
About Francine:

Influenced by the movements of color field and action painting, Francine Tint’s paintings are the result of a process of disclosure, drawn from her own life events, dreams, and literature. Tint has been the proud recipient of grants and awards such as the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Grant, two Pollock Krasner Grants, and a recent Honorable Mention from the Butler Institute. Tint’s work has been shown extensively both nationally and internationally and is held in the permanent collections of over 25 museums, including the Portland Art Museum, the Heckscher Museum of Art, and the Krannert Art Museum. She has been featured in over 30 solo shows, most recently at Cavalier Galleries in New York City.

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