Allison Henri

Sample 1, 2017

Mixed media

11 ¼ x 13 ¾ in

Allison Henri

Sample 2, 2017

Mixed media

11 ¼ x 13 ¾ in

Allison Henri

Sample 3, 2017

Mixed media

11 ¼ x 13 ¾ in

Allison Henri

Sample 4, 2017

Mixed media

11 ¼ x 13 ¾ in

Sam Fuentes

Bad Idea, Poor Execution, 2017

Mixed media installation

108 x 108 in

Sam Fuentes

Bad Idea, Poor Execution, 2017

Mixed media installation

108 x 108 in

Alcides Rivas

Untitled, 2017

Mixed Media

21 ½ x 20 ½ in

Alcides Rivas

Untitled, 2017

Mixed Media

21 ½ x 20 ½ in

Alcides Rivas

Untitled, 2017

Mixed Media

21 ½ x 20 ½ in

Daniel Beauchemin

Origins, 1992

Watercolor, Prismacolor pencil on paper

2 5/8 x 4 1/8 in

Marc de Laat

Play 1, 2017

Digital print (edition of 5)

12 x 18 in

Marc de Laat

Play 2, 2017

Digital print (edition of 5)

12 x 18 in

Marc de Laat

Play 3, 2017

Digital print (edition of 5)

12 x 18 in

Dareece Walker

Untitled 1 (Subway Angels), 2017

Charcoal on fabric matboard

9 x 12 in

Dareece Walker

Untitled 2 (Subway Angels), 2017

Charcoal on fabric matboard

9 x 12 in

Dareece Walker

God’s Son (Relic #1), 2017

Wood box, glass vial, human hair, and metallic paint

16 x 13 x 13 ¼ in

Sam Blaha

Little Red Riding Hood, 2017

Muskrat skull, cloth, pinecones, clay, moss, flowers

8 1/8 x 9 1/8 in

Sam Blaha

Negative Portrait Holo, 2017

Watercolor, acrylic, pencil, holographic paper

13 ¼ x 12 3/8 in

Sam Blaha

Negative Portrait Glitter, 2017

Watercolor, acrylic, pencil, glitter on paper

13 3/8 x 12 1/2 in

Rachel Covert

Untitled, 2014

Oil on canvas

18 x 18 in

Rachel Covert

Two Women, 2016

Oil on canvas

20 x 24 in

Rachel Covert

Crowd, 2017

Oil on canvas

40 x 30 in

Sara Meghdari

Silent Self Series, 2014

Digital print

3 x 3 in

Sara Meghdari

Silent Self Series, 2014

Digital print

3 x 3 in

Sara Meghdari

Silent Self Series, 2014

Digital print

3 x 3 in

Alex Guyon

Have a Drink on Me!, 2017

Marker on paper

24 x 18 in

Alex Guyon

Exploring the Subconscious: Id, Ego, and Superego (Larry, Curly and Moe), 2017

pen, ink, marker, gouache, and acrylic on paper

10 x 20 in

Alex Guyon

This is Your Life, 2017

Pen, ink, marker on paper

12 x 12 in

Christian Rogers

Still Life with Poppers, 2017

Paper pulp, acrylic on panel

40 x 48 in

Christian Rogers

oh hai~, 2017

Chalk on paper

24 x 19 in 

Kara Verkennis

D’Renaissance, 2017

Digital print

30 x 20 in

Victor Terrero

Ichabod Crane, 2009

Digital print

8 ½ x 11 in

Victor Terrero

Skull, 2012

Digital print

8 ½ x 11 in

All in a Day's Work

2017 Staff Exhibition

July 15 – August 16, 2017

All in a Day’s Work

 

An exhibition of works

by the staff of Chelsea Frames

 

Curated by Jaclyn Acker

 

July 15th – August 16th, 2017

Opening Reception: July 15th 6 - 8pm

                                                                                         

 

Galerie Protégé is pleased to present All in a Day’s Work, an exhibition of works by the staff and family of Chelsea Frames. This is the fifth annual exhibition hosted by the gallery. Curated by Jaclyn Acker, President of Chelsea frames and Founder/President of Galerie Protégé, this multi-disciplinary show features works by Daniel Beauchemin, Sam Blaha, Rachel Covert, Alex Guyon, Allison Henri, Alcides Rivas, Christian Rogers, Victor Terrero, Kara Verkennis, and Dareece Walker with Marc de Laat, Sam Fuentes, and Sara Meghdari.

 

Since 1983, Chelsea Frames has built its reputation as a premier New York custom framing studio specializing in framing for many galleries, movie production companies, architects and top interior designers. Having distinguished itself with its unique approach to custom framing, Chelsea Frames was hailed by Art Business News as being "a leading force in encouraging and supporting the art movement to Chelsea."  In 2011, the studio expanded to include Galerie Protégé, born from a desire to create a sacred place where emerging artists could exhibit their work in the heart of the prestigious Chelsea gallery district.

 

All in a Day’s Work highlights the ethos of these two leading en tities under the reigns of Acker.  Her curatorial efforts begin in the hiring process, making sure that her team understands the creative process at its pinnacle. The workforce behind 197 Ninth Avenue represents the highest level of professionalism in their work and in the art that they create. As a member of these institutions, the staff works behind the scenes to nurture the artistic ventures of others, meanwhile fulfilling artistic pursuits of their own in their lives outside of the studio. The result is a significant respect for they work that they encounter, and an ongoing development of their practice as a framer and an artist.

 

Please join us for the opening reception on July 15th between 6 and 8pm.