Monday, November 29, 2021

Monte Farber, & Amy Zerner Celebrate their new Book Enchanted Woods!!!

Amy & Monte are celebrating their book of a lifetime!


Written by Monte Farber for lovers of books, handmade couture clothing and artwork, to help energize the readers' own creative gifts and enhance their

spiritual practices to bring more love and

enchantment into their lives.

A soothing spirit infuses the beautiful, uplifting vibe of Enchanted Worlds. You can leaf through the 250 pages (323 color plates!) just for a dose of positive, creative energy and breathe in some inspiring art by Amy Zerner.



Just purchase


The Visionary Collages & Art Couture of Amy Zerner

from your favorite bookstore and email us your receipt by

Tuesday, December 14th to

and put “Enchanted World Contest”

in the subject.

We are giving away THREE

AMY ZERNER CANVAS ART PRINTS as prizes - each are 20 x 30” stretched and signed - ready to hang - each one a $500 value:

THE HERMIT, LUST, and THE PAST. So there will be 3 lucky winners!

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Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Operation Gobbler Giving 2021are on track to distribute over 600 THANKSGIVING MEALS!!! Read below and see how you can help!!!

As we prepare to indulge in turkey, tofurky, sweet potatoes covered in marshmallows, libations 

and pies we also need to remember to 

give back & 

express gratitude.  

Please join me in giving a turkey dinner to a 

family in need.


is managed by Reaching-Out Community Services

and they are on track to distribute over 


Thank you so much for your friendship, loyalty, and continued support. Wishing you a very 

🍂 Happy Thanksgiving!🍂


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Tuesday, November 16, 2021

PANTA REI Group show / curated by Marina Dacci Galleria Anna Marra (Rome) 19.11.2021 - 18-12.2021. Opening Friday, November 19th, from 6 pm to 9 pm

Group show / curated by Marina Dacci

Galleria Anna Marra (Rome)

19.11.2021 - 18-12.2021.
Opening Friday, November 19th, from 6 pm to 9 pm

Presenting new works from Aletegrafia and Confine

"Vittoria Gerardi, Maria Laet, Lucas Simões and Rodrigo Torres have been invited to explore the idea of an artwork's form, between memory and the perception of reality, exalting the aspects of instability and change".

Aletegrafia A-2020-35

Confine C-2019-474

Comunicato stampa
Press release

Aletegrafia A-2020-35, gelatin silver paper, paper developer, clay, wax, resin, blades of grass, 40x27cm, unique; Confine C-2019-474, gelatin silver paper, 33x25cm, unique. Courtesy of Bigaignon and mc2gallery.


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Monday, November 15, 2021

Celebrate Indigenous People's Art with Guest Speaker W. Jackson Rushing III Tuesday, November 16 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Education Coordinator, Joyce Raimondo
Times listed below are Eastern Standard Time (US)
Celebrate Indigenous People's Art with Guest Speaker W. Jackson Rushing III
Tuesday, November 16
4:00 - 5:00 pm
How did the signs and symbols of indigenous people’s art inspire Jackson Pollock? Joyce will guide a discussion with W. Jackson Rushing III, author of Native American Art and the New York Avant-Garde. Then live on Zoom Joyce will tour the barn studio where Pollock created his groundbreaking poured paintings. 

Dream On! 
Tour and Art Workshop
Wednesday, November 17, 2:00- 3:15 pm
How can our dreams, unconscious mind, and imagination be expressed in art? This live Zoom tour and workshop explores the tenets of Surrealist art and its impact on Pollock and Krasner. Following the tour and presentation, participants will be guided in Surrealist writing and art activities designed to access the unconscious mind. Have a pencil and paper on hand. 



Jackson Pollock, Guardians of the Secret, 1943. Oil on canvas, 48 3/4 x 75 in. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art © The Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Lee Krasner, Surrealist Composition, ca. 1935-36. Mixed media on paper, 12 x 9 in.
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation
© The Pollock-Krasner Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York 

Contact: Joyce Raimondo, Education Coordinator at Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center.
Call 917 502 0790 or email us for more information.

Denise Bibro Fine Art announces their first Virtual Art Auction Tuesday, November 16 – Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Bernd Mattiebe, Untitled III, 1999, acrylic on canvas, 31 x 21.5 in. USD 1,500 – 2200

DBFA Virtual Art Auction
Tuesday, November 16 – Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Denise Bibro Fine Art is thrilled to announce the inaugural DBFA Virtual Art Auction featuring the work of Michael Ricardo Andreev, Paul Binai, David Herman, Erica Licea-Kane, Inger Sand Lee, Bernd Mattiebe, Barbara Morgan, and Peter Wiehl. Starting tomorrow, visit our Artsy page to view work and place a bid!

Michael Ricardo Andreev's prints are allegorical, emotional dialogues with the collective unconscious, emphasized by bright colors, overlapping juxtapositions of shapes, and flying objects to create a multilayered experience.

Paul Binai fuses Eastern and Western culture, depicting a mysterious dark side inspired by Noir Cinematography. His characters are drawn from literature, history, personal experiences, and memory. 

David Herman uses repetition and sequences to produce artwork imbued with unique movement and rhythm, placing emphasis on both shapes and negative space. 

Erica Licea-Kane’s multi-layered mixed-media work explores visual forms and shapes of nature, often combining them with geometric patterns, creating tension between organic and rigid structures. 

Inger Sand Lee employs organic materials to achieve a perfect synthesis of aesthetics and science in her minimalistic compositions with highly tactile surfaces.

Bernd Mattiebe explores color as an ultimate stimulus and a trigger of psychological response, taking inspiration from the works of color field master Morris Louis.

Barbara Morgan creates complex photomontages by employing old and recent negatives along with hand painting, infusing each piece with an intimate and personal touch of an artist. 

Peter Wiehl's work reflects his keen interest in the properties and characteristics of mixed media and the desire to uncover the mystery of the universal laws of transformation in natural phenomena.

Contact the gallery with any questions:
Denise Bibro Fine Art is open Tuesday – Friday by appointment only. / (212) 647-7030