Arcadia Fine Arts is a gallery in New York noted for its devotion to contemporary representational art. The represent a number of artists I have featured here on Lines and Colors.
There current exhibition is The Small Works Show, a group show featuring several of the artists they represent, and a good opportunity to sample a cross section of those artists.
There is a slideshow style preview of works in the exhibition on the Arcadia website (best viewed at full screen, toggle at upper right of the interface).
Though the show is ostensibly limited to works under 12×12″ (30x30cm), I noted some in the preview that were larger. Regardless, there is a wonderful selection of work and artists, and more work from most of those artists can be accessed from the listings on the home page of the website.
Note that after the show ends, the link I’ve provided will be to a different show; I don’t think the gallery archives online presentations of previous exhibitions. In that case, just look through the gallery’s regular listing of artists. There are some terrific artists represented here.
The Small Works Show at Arcadia Fine Arts is on view until September 30, 2011.
(Images above: Daniel Adel, Jorge Alberto, Matthew Cornell, Nancy Depew, Robert Libarace, Joahua Suda, Jeremy Lipking, Joseph Todorovich)