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Two New Exhibitions Opening in NYC In April

Hello All,

I'm very pleased to let you know about two group exhibitions, that will include my work, opening in New York in early April. Excited to be included with these great artists . . .

and for more News on upcoming exhibitions follow the link here.

Paul Behnke, Shiro, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 32 x 30 in.

New Painting From New York City

Curated by Jeff Frederick
April 4-29, 2016

Please come to the opening reception:
Tuesday April 5th, 6-8PM

Paul Behnke
Trudy Benson
Patrick Berran
Robert Otto Epstein
Keltie Ferris
Brooke Moyse
Gary Petersen
Craig Taylor

Abstract painting is a color delivery device. But when does color become dangerous, even homicidal? If Color Could Kill imagines a world better than the one we live in: one where color is power. The works of these eight painters say Yes in a way that is louder than everyday life. Modern pigments free the painter from the boring colors of nature. This is color too strong to be safely observed by the naked eye, color so intense …

London Trip Part One

Cuts, Shapes, Breaks and Scrapes at Seventeen

Mali Morris

 Hannah Lees, Merlin James and Elizabeth Murray

Merlin James

 Merlin James

 Betty Parsons

Painter, Karl Bielik, taking in an incredible work by Mali Morris


Tom Wesselmann: Collages 1959 - 1964 at David Zwirner


David Shrigley: Drawings and Paintings at Stephen Friedman Gallery


Dropping the Guru at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

 Two works by David Roeder

 Stefanie Heinze


Thornton Willis at Elizabeth Harris Gallery

One of my favorite painters coming up at Elizabeth Harris Gallery on the 31st.