Thursday, April 08, 2010


Malcolm Bray, 2010, Oil painted directly on Board, Board Size, 18 x 28 Inches. Thanks Malcolm for your generous donation.

Welcome the new era of abstract expressionsim...and Malcolm Bray, born in Hull, England and we're proud to have him as a citizen of the U.S. and resident artist in Lambertville. Malcolm was generous enough to fit us into his busy schedule. A soaringly successful career as an artist, he is now represented by Cheryl Hazan in New York and Burnt Mills Gallery in Bernardsville, NJ...he's been discovered...but here is your opportunity to attain a piece of the fame. Thanks Malcolm!

You can find Malcolm in the basement studio at 202 N, Union Street that he shares with Annelies Van Dommelen, engrossed in his work (with one eye on the international soccer game) He's very often stop in to say hello and see a master at work. Right-O!
James Curran Antiques and AREA Home are also in that building....make it a destination.
The old spoke factory office is an outstanding piece of Lambertville architecture.

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