Monday, November 9, 2015

"The Fourth Season", Nov 9 - Jan 31, 2016.

Fischbach Gallery presents a virtual exhibition, "The Fourth Season" featuring work by myself and Jeffrey Vaughn, from Nov 9 - Jan 31, 2016.  Click here to see the images, and in the Press Release, you can read some of my thoughts about painting Winter.
"Farm near Elizabethtown" by Jeff Gola, egg tempera, 12" x 16"

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Small Works Shows, Holiday Season of 2015

I will have 4 pieces in the annual Small Works Show at Handwright Gallery in New Canaan, CT from November 5th, 2015 to January 2, 2016.

I will also have a piece, "Sheep 1" in the Small Works show at Canal Frame Crafts Gallery in Washington Crossing, PA
"Sheep 1", egg tempera on panel

Sunday, August 9, 2015

"Landscapes 2015" at William Baczek Fine Arts

My painting "Valley Farmhouse, Late February" (egg tempera on panel, 16 x 20") will be featured on the exhibition announcement for the upcoming 2015 Annual Landscape Exhibition at William Baczek Fine Arts in Northampton, MA. The show opens August 25 with an opening reception on Saturday, August 29 from 5 - 7 pm. Along with about 8 new pieces by me, there will be new work by Bruce Ackerson, Derek Buckner, Marc Civitarese,  Mallory Lake, George Nemethy, Rick Pas, Scott Prior and Robert Sweeney.
"Valley Farmhouse, Late February"  Egg tempera, 2015

Éclat International, Summer 2015

My work has been mentioned in the Summer 2015 Arts Issue of "Éclat International" magazine.  There's a bit about me and a picture of one of my paintings on page 36.  Thanks to Lawrence DiCarlo of Fischbach Gallery for that!

Sunday, July 5, 2015

The 79th National Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute

I'm happy to announce that my painting, "House off the Bypass" (see the previous post) is being exhibited at the 79th National Midyear Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown Ohio.  I'm also proud to say that my painting won an Honorable Mention.  The show runs from July 12 through August 30, 2015.  More information can be found at The Butler's website.

(Photo from The Butler website)

The Butler Institute is a wonderful collection of American Art, housed in a masterpiece of Beaux-Arts Architecture.  The building was erected in in 1919 and designed by McKim, Mead and White, a firm that created the structures for the Boston Public Library, Madison Square Garden, Washington Memorial Arch, the campuses of Columbia and Harvard, and the Century, Harvard, Metropolitan, and University clubs in New York.