Saturday, October 13, 2018

In London" Anima Mundi:ONYA McCAUSLAND LANDSCAPES Saturday, 20 October 2018, 7.00 - 9.00 pm

A N I M A   M U N D I


Dear Jamie

Anima-Mundi and the Artist request the pleasure of your company for the launch of Onya McCausland’s solo exhibition ‘Landscapes’

LAUNCH EVENT :  Saturday, 20 October 2018, 7.00 - 9.00 pm 

AT :  Anima-Mundi, Street-an-Pol, St. Ives, Cornwall, UK, TR26 2DS

RSVP : or +44 (0)1736 793121



‘Landscapes’ is the second solo exhibition at Anima-Mundi by the London-based artist and academic Onya McCausland (b. UK, 1971). Following on from her 2012 show ‘Sited: Salt Green / Blue Earth’, ‘Landscapes’ will extend across all three floors of the gallery and focus on McCausland’s recent collection of paintings in varying scales and applicaitons, guiding the viewer through three specific and creatively significant landscapes : Saltburn (floor 1), Cuthill (floor 2) and Deerplay Hill (floor 3). McCausland’s multi-layered, minimalist paintings and wall installations are made from ‘waste ochres’, produced as a result of the mining industry, and each floor of the exhibition will pay homage to the origin of the materials used, recording the aesthetic intensity and unique quality of each landscape. McCausland’s research (in collaboration with the coal authority and UCL) has led to the creation of high-quality artist pigments in a range of rich, earthy ochres (ranging from primrose yellow to burnt terracotta) giving new purpose to an otherwise redundant and environmentally damaging material.

To preview the exhibition online click here

Anima-Mundi  .  Street an Pol  .  St Ives  .  Cornwall  .  TR26 2DS  .  Tel : 44 (0) 1736 793121



Fun IN Lexington Kentucky: National Hores Show

Barn Night Returns With Incredible Prizes to the National Horse Show
Lexington, KY - October 8, 2018 - Barn Night is back! Returning for the fifth year, the 2018 National Horse Show, Barn Night takes place on Saturday, November 3, starting at 6:30 pm. Get your barn mates together, and get your creative juices flowing to come up with unique costumes to wear for a chance to take home some impressive prizes for both barns and individuals from our amazing sponsors. Attendees will be thrilled by the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ Lexington, our premier showjumping event!

Open to barns, equestrians and kids who simply love horses, Barn Night participants will be able to enjoy all of Saturday night’s festivities for free. The barn with the Largest Group, Best Group Costume and Best Group Spirit will be awarded an incredible array of prizes that were generously provided by the evening's sponsors.

For barns that have previously attended, use your unique ticket code here for FREE tickets.  Forgot your code? Email us at!

New to Barn Night? Register your barn for your custom ticket code!

The group prizes that are up for grabs at this year's event include:

Electric EZGO golf-cart courtesy of 
Georgetown and Scott County Tourism

The tourism committee is proud be a part of such a prestigious and distinctly Kentucky event and looks forward to being able to contribute such a significant prize.

Grayson PackageThe Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation will be offering a prize package that includes a VIP visit to Claiborne Farms, an official "BLAME" stallion halter and a wheelbarrow stocked full of barn goodies!

$1000 of Enviro Equine Products and 
a Top Jock Tack Boxes Saddle Rack
Enviro Equine & PET will provide another top prize including $1000 worth of their most popular nutrition and equine apparel products. Included will be a pair of black HANSBO Sport polo wraps, quick wraps, an Enviro Equine embroidered saddle pad and hat, large bags of the company’s Healthy Pony and Healthy Hound treats, container of EverydayBalance Pet, OmegaBalance pet, as well as containers of EnviroEquine shampoo, shine spray, cocotea salve, their new Ulcer+ product, and best sellers including the Electrobalance powder as well as five tubes of gastroPLUS and Electrobalance paste. All of this will come in a brand new Top Jock Tack Boxes custom saddle rack!

Set of American Equus Cavaletti
American Equus is proud to offer their new line of state-of-the-art cavaletti rails as a group prize. Perfect for every barn, the new cavaletti jumps offer a lighter and more durable alternative to generic, wood-based training tools. American Equus cavalettis offer four different settings and a superior finish that defends against chipping, staining, and weathering.
Individual Raffle prizes will include:

Gift Certificates for Roeckl Gloves

A $375 Gift Certificate for Free x Rein Apparel

Saddle Shoppe Gift Certificates

A Pair of American Equus Elite Stirrups and Quik-X spurs

Package of Enviro Equine and PET apparel and nutritional products

The Saturday evening's premier event. the $250,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Lexington will be free to all Barn Night participants who pre-register online at and reserve tickets using their unique codes through our Eventbrite.

To register for Barn Night, click here.

To purchase tickets for the National Horse Show, click here.
Thank You To Our Sponsors
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Friday, October 12, 2018

David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce Christian Haub artist reception Sunday, October 21, 2018 from 3:00 - 7:00 PM

Christian Haub, Float for David Davis, 2018, Cast acrylic sheet, 75" x 36" x 3.5"
Copyright © Christian Haub

Click here to go to exhibition page
Like A Butterfly

October 18 - November 18, 2018
Opening Reception: Sunday, October 21, 2018, 3:00 - 7:00 PM

David Richard Gallery, LLC 
211 East 121 ST | New York, NY 10035
P: (212) 882-1705
David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce Christian Haub’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, in titled Like A Butterfly. The presentation will include new and recent “floats” and opens on October 18, 2018 with an artist reception Sunday, October 21, 2018 from 3:00 - 7:00 PM at the gallery’s venue in East Harlem at 211 East 121 ST, New York, New York 10025. The exhibition will remain on view through November 18, 2018.

The “floats” by Haub have a number of surprising qualities that impart both a physicality and unexpected perceptual experience. Physically, they are constructions made of cast sheets of colored acrylic that are cut and assembled into open structures with vertical and horizontal elements. Formally, these artworks are entirely about color. Haub uses a limited palette, but the transparent acrylic allows light to pass through and create cast shadows, both within and outside of the structures and that is where the real action begins. When the shadows intersect and overlap the colors blend, creating new colors and expanding the palette. However, another fantastic thing happens, depending upon the angle and intensity of the light source—natural or artificial light—the shadows reach beyond the physical structure and expand the size of the artwork. This transformation of the local space with a luminous glow also introduces a kinetic quality to the work in a couple of ways. First, the shadows move and change depending upon the light source and especially if from natural light, that changes throughout the day in terms of angle, intensity and spectrum. Second, the shape and scale of the work changes as the viewer moves around and views the artwork from different distances and angles.

About Christian Haub:
Christian Haub, a New York-based artist, grew up in Miami, Florida and studied art history at Princeton University. He received the Rome Prize in painting and studied at the American Academy in Rome from 1983 to 1984. Haub has had numerous solo exhibitions and his artwork included in many gallery and museum exhibitions in New York, Boston, Miami, Los Angeles, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain; Paris, France; and Lima, Peru, among other cities. His artwork has been critically reviewed in The New York Times, Los Angels Times, The Boston Globe, Art In America, Arts Magazine, Artspace and BOMB among other publications.

About David Richard Gallery:
Since its inception in 2010, David Richard Gallery has produced museum quality exhibitions that feature Post War abstraction in the US. The presentations have addressed specific decades and geographies as well as certain movements and tendencies. While the gallery has long been recognized as an important proponent of post-1960s abstraction—including both the influential pioneers as well as a younger generation of practitioners in this field— in keeping with this spirit of nurture and development the gallery also presents established and very new artists who embrace more gestural and representational approaches to the making of art as well as young emerging artists.

In 2015 David Richard Gallery launched DR Projects to provide a platform for artists of all stripes—international, national, local, emerging and established—to present special solo projects or to participate in unique collaborations or thematic exhibitions. The goal is to offer a fresh look at contemporary art practice from a broad spectrum of artists and presentations. The Gallery opened a second location in New York in 2017.

For additional information please contact:
David Eichholtz, Manager
Mobile: (505) 467-9742
Mobile: (917) 853-8161

David Richard Gallery, LLC
211 East 121st ST., New York, NY 10035
P: 212-882-1705

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art BARBARA HIRSCH ALL AFLUTTER Reception Friday, October 26, 2018 6:00 - 8:00 pm

October 26 - December 8, 2018

Opening Reception
Friday, October 26, 2018
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Winter 1, 2017. Encaustic, oil, and rice paper on wood panel, 48 x 36 x 4 in.

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is pleased to present ALL AFLUTTER, a solo exhibition of sculptural paintings by American artist BARBARA HIRSCH. This is Hirsch’s first exhibition with the gallery and in New York, and will be on view from October 26 - December 8, 2018. There will be an opening reception on Friday, October 26th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. and the artist will be present. The public is invited.

All Aflutter features twelve works, varying in size, all completed in the past year. Inspired by the seasonal changes surrounding her adopted home of Aspen, CO., Barbara Hirsch creates dimensional narratives of color and composition in encaustic infused with oil. Encaustic is the ancient medium of beeswax, resin and pigment, applied while molten. Hirsch, an innovative master of the medium, manipulates wax, rice paper, and found objects into exacting abstract, monochromatic wall works. 

Hirsch’s time-consuming art practice is best described as medium-centric and process-oriented. In working with the fragility of paper, the artist allows for amorphous shapes and forms to emerge as she folds, configures, and shapes the paper in unusual directions. Adhering each paper form onto a wood panel after coating with wax, Hirsch systematically constructs a uniform, dense, highly tactile and sensuous surface. Mainly monochromatic in color, from deep red to white, to black, the works sometimes appear delicate, light, and calming while others are heavy and commanding.

Fall 5 (detail), 2018. Encaustic, oil, and rice paper on wood panel, 30 x 40 in.

Winter #5 offers a new direction for Hirsch in the use of color. This nature-based, two-tone composition features abstracted floral-like formations distilled in soft, pastel hues with pearl white beads distributed throughout. The translucent petals allow for natural light to filter through, expressing a mysterious yet tranquil quality that is inherent in our natural world.

A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Hirsch studied with renowned Alabama artist Maralyn Wilson, and holds a BFA from The Ohio State University. She was awarded Best in Show in 1971 and 1972 at the Birmingham Museum of Art. Since 1973, after her work premiered to a sold-out show, Hirsch's career focused on commissioned art. In 2012, Barbara was selected as one of the Southeast’s best emerging artists in the prestigious Energen Art Show in Birmingham. Hirsch recently relocated to Aspen, CO., and has exhibited her work at Taylor Daine Goulet Gallery and the St. Regis Hotel. Her work is held in private collections throughout the United States and abroad. 

For more information on the exhibition, click HERE
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art
37 Popham Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583

T: (914) 723-8738
Hours: Tues-Sat. | 10:00 am - 5:30 pm