Exhibitor listing

Steidel Contemporary

Palm Beach Showroom
500 N Dixie Hwy
Suite 305
Lake Worth, FL 33460
United States
T  5612832446
email@steidelcontemporary.com

E-mail address : email@steidelcontemporary.com
Website :http://www.steidelcontemporary.com

ABOUT

Steidel Contemporary, attractively based on both sides of the Pond, in London and Palm Beach, is a leading platform for avant-garde sculpture and international, contemporary urban art. 


The gallery is dedicated to bringing emerging and mid-career artists from the London art scene to the greater United States audience as well as maintaining a focus on intriguing sculptural collections. In both London and Palm Beach, Steidel Contemporary hosts a number of diverse exhibitions throughout the year and keeps a constantly evolving collection of works on display to keep discerning clients engaged. 


Steidel Contemporary has a keen eye for style and detail. These qualities are at the forefront of the contemporary artists we represent. Our artists work in a wide range of materials including new media, collage, oil on canvas, acrylic, ceramics, wood, precious metals, glass, and paper.


Expertise in contemporary art allows Steidel Contemporary and its team to provide tailored service to each individual client. Meanwhile, the gallery has gained a reputation for exhibiting stimulating, never-before-seen works within exceptional booth designs at top art fairs.

  • Charles Chapman

  • Debra Steidel

  • Maxwell Chapman

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • Michael Alfano  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Michael Alfano - We Two Together, 2016

      We Two Together, 2016

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  • Doolittle

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  • Ariel Gold  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Ariel Gold - 33 Years, 2018

      33 Years, 2018

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  • Madeleine Gross  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Madeleine Gross - Parisian Daydream #2, 2018

      Parisian Daydream #2, 2018

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  • Tom Hoitsma  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Tom Hoitsma - Landscape #54, 2018

      Landscape #54, 2018

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  • Bo Mi Jo

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  • Claudia Limacher  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Claudia Limacher - Reawakening, 2018

      Reawakening, 2018

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  • Jennifer McCurdy

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  • Tina Psoinos  (+)

    Biography : Tina Psoinos is a Multidisciplinary Artist and a Fine Art Photographer offering an alternative view of the world she sees blurring the borders of reality and imagination. She received a Bachelor in Fine Arts and continued her studies towards a Masters in Photography at Hunter College, NY, under the Master Photographer Roy DeCarava - National Medal of Arts 2006. Tina’s work, in public and private collections internationally, including The World Bank Headquarters, Wahington DC and Yuko Nii Foundation, Brooklyn, NY, has received many awards and inclusions in exhibitions and publications. Her series Urban Reflections, NYC Chapter won category first price in the 9th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards 2016 and earned Tina her second participation in the Berlin Foto Biennale 2016. In 2017, her artwork tribute to George Michael was featured on NBC and the Huffington Post. She was among the winning artists at the BWAC Recycle awarded for innovation and use of material. This year she received another Honorable Mention at the Special Edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, Women Seen by Women and is participating in the Barcelona Foto Biennale. She has received artist recognition with Saatchi Art. She is currently shortlisted at EMST The National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens Greece for her Empty Pro(e)mises proposal. Tina has a number of on-going series in Photography and Mixed Media that range from minimal to very complex imagery and does site-specific installations for both residences and commercial spaces.

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  • Michael Rich  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Michael Rich - Cherokee, 2014

      Cherokee, 2014

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  • Debra Steidel  (+)

    Biography : Debra’s self-taught style is ever-present in her unorthodox porcelain sculptures. She also continually strives to broaden her artistic vision by incorporating new techniques and styles. Her work ushers a renaissance of the Art Nouveau period (1890–1910), when art was defined by organic forms, flowing curvature, and a philosophy of artistic liberty in conjunction with the natural environment. Debra Steidel’s composition of carvings and ornamental lids are reminiscent of the works by French visionary Émile Gallé (1846-1904). Yet she also clearly shares the versatility of American designer Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933), well known for his dedication to aestheticism, opalescence, and elegance. It was Tiffany who trademarked the word ‘Favrile,’ an old French term for ‘handmade’ in 1894, an ethos at the forefront of Debra Steidel’s artwork. The defining influence of Art Nouveau undoubtedly lingers in the expression of each Steidel masterpiece, yet perhaps the most fascinating parallel between Debra’s mixed media sculpture and the brilliance of the Nouveau legendaries is the uncanny resemblance to René Lalique’s (1860 -1945) sinuous creativity and artistic genius. With harmonious bond between the form of each vessel and intricacy of each sculpture, a natural vitality is alluringly present in Debra Steidel’s work. The beauty and purpose of Debra’s work treads the border between the archaic and the contemporary yet her pioneering artistic spirit maintains a timeless essence.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Debra Steidel - Cornu Amber, 2019

      Cornu Amber, 2019

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Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Michael Bauermeister

  • Kevin Champeny

  • Mark Henry Doolittle

  • Lorena Garcia Mateu


Parisian Daydream #2, 2018 -  Madeleine Gross

Madeleine Gross

Parisian Daydream #2, 2018

Acrylic paint on archival pigment print
Height 30"
Width 20"

We Two Together, 2016 -  Michael Alfano

Michael Alfano

We Two Together, 2016

Limited Edition Bronze Sculpture
Height 12 inches
Width 13 inches
Depth 10 inches

Landscape #54, 2018 -  Tom Hoitsma

Tom Hoitsma

Landscape #54, 2018

Acrylic and latex on Canvas
Height 84"
Width 74"

Cherokee, 2014 - Michael Rich

Michael Rich

Cherokee, 2014

Oil on canvas
Height 70 inches
Width 64 inches

Reawakening, 2018 -  Claudia Limacher

Claudia Limacher

Reawakening, 2018

Mixed Media
Width 63
Height 79

33 Years, 2018 -  Ariel Gold

Ariel Gold

33 Years, 2018

Acrylic on canvas
Height 72 inches
Width 60 inches

Cornu Amber, 2019 - Debra Steidel

Debra Steidel

Cornu Amber, 2019

Cornu Amber, 2019
Crystalline glazed porcelain and gold leaf and cast lead crystal glass, 24 x 18 x 12 inches