Exhibitor listing

Atelier Newport

Atelier Newport
200 Bellevue Ave
Newport, RI 02840
United States
T  4016190700
M   4019528230
M   2392405326
art@ateliernewport.com
ateliernewport.com

E-mail address : art@ateliernewport.com
Website :http://www.ateliernewport.com

ABOUT

At Atelier Newport, we are a collaborative, creating a sanctuary for an eclectic mix of emerging and mid-career artists from around the globe and welcoming new and experienced collectors to encounter art in the domestic realm.

Atelier Newport has built a reputation for its dedication to artists and support of artistic projects. In addition to presenting exhibitions, the gallery stewards emerging artists and collaborates with curators to present traveling exhibitions. Since its inception in 2016, the gallery has garnered significant press for its eclectic mix of contemporary work in a well-known seaside town. Located on renowned Bellevue Avenue, between the historic International Tennis Hall of Fame, and the Audrain Automobile Museum, a natural setting for an abstract contemporary gallery. Newport has long had a presence with New York City and our exhibitions and artist's talks encourage a continued and engaging discourse.

  • Teddy Trocki-Ryba gallery coordinator, art handler, digital marketing coordinator

  • Bobbie Lemmons gallery co-owner

  • Charles Hayes operations & logistics manager, art handler and installer

  • Michele Maker Palmieri gallery co-owner

Exhibitor's Artists:

  • David Barnes

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  • Jason Chase  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Jason Chase - Cereal Aisle

      Cereal Aisle

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  • Lucio Chiurulla  (+)

    Biography : Lucio Chiurulla was born in 1972 in Perugia. He currently has his studio near the Trasimeno Lake in Umbria, where he lives and works. A sculptor of twenty-five years experience with marbles, granites and stones, after his studies at the Art school and Accademia of Belle Arti in Perugia (Italy), where he also studied graphics, print and painting, he began his own artistic experience through his own independent study in sculpting. Lucio begun sculpting in 1990, starting a study path that takes him from Ancient Roman, Greek and Medieval statues and mosaics to modern sculpture. In so doing, he has acquired skills and specific carving techniques on marbles and stones. He has created different kinds of artworks that go from high-relief portraits and busts to mosaics, through which he has learned and understood the traditional sculpting methods used in the past so that now he can re-interpret them in his own works. He finds this kind of study – so far from the modern way to conceive art – very stimulating and inspirational; from it he gets ideas and answers that lead to his creations; even though his pieces of art can be symmetrically opposed, they represent a parallel between past and future. The technique he uses allows him to roughly hew his materials until he reaches an utterly essential form that becomes permeated with energy. He prefers to express himself with marble and stone, both which he constantly carves. Lucio can transform marble so that it becomes a delicate epidemic layer, creating a veil that neither hides the tensions and frictions nor the acts of love and impulses of the daily flow of life. He has held several exhibitions, among them exhibitions organized by Ken’s Art Gallery in Florence and West Palm Beach (1999-2001), the Archaeological Park in Populonia (Tuscany), Cavour Art Festival in Terni (2001), Galleria il Sole Centro d’Arte in Perugia (2003); Palazzo Morelli Fine Art in Todi (Umbria) (2005-2011) and Carla Mancini Art Gallery in Perugia

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Lucio Chiurulla - Worship

      Worship

    •  Lucio Chiurulla - Structure 1

      Structure 1

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  • Mary Dondero  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Mary Dondero - MoonTide

      MoonTide

    • Mary Dondero - Moulin Glacier

      Moulin Glacier

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  • JT Gibson

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  • Gayle Mandle  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Gayle Mandle - Urban Wall

      Urban Wall

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  • Joan Mitchell  (+)

    Biography : Joan Mitchell stands out as the most important woman in the American Abstract Expressionist movement of the 1940s and 50s, exhibiting alongside titans Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Barnett Newman. Mitchell was born in Illinois, and studied at Smith College. On a scholarship trip to Europe in the late 1940s, Mitchell began a passionate and life-long affair with France, and divided the rest of her time between homes there and in New York. Mitchell’s work, although abstract, is grounded and inspired in landscape. Her work reflects the influence of Monet, Cézanne, and Van Gogh. As a result, her paintings have an organic flow to them, the seemingly scattered paint alluding to nature’s equally nuanced order.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Joan  Mitchell - TREES I (Diptych)

      TREES I (Diptych)

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  • Richard Nocera  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Richard  Nocera - Joint Will

      Joint Will

    • Richard  Nocera - Together In Its Meaning

      Together In Its Meaning

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  • Rose Umerlik  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Rose Umerlik - Contouring

      Contouring

    • Rose Umerlik - Advancing Against

      Advancing Against

    • Rose Umerlik - Separating

      Separating

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  • Roseanne Williams  (+)

    Biography : Roseanne Williams was born in Massachusetts, and currently resides in Hobe Sound, Florida and Newport, R.I. with her husband Dennis. She had a 20-year professional career in Human Relations working for Varian Associates and Digital Equipment Corp.in the U.S. and U.K. She attended Northeastern University and Salem State College. In 1991, while living in Toronto, she decided to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming an artist. She studied at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, and later the Cincinnati Academy of Art. In 1996, she and her husband moved to Florence, Italy where she continued her art studies with Alvaro Baragli, a well-known Florentine artist. Roseanne had her first solo exhibition in Florence, Italy in 1998. She has had several other solo and group exhibitions in Italy, and in the U.S., and has won a number of awards. One critic as “wondrously suspended between figurative and abstract” has described her work. Another described it as “a gust of wind penetrating each object until it explodes, disintegrating the physical limits of form revealing its chromatic spirit”. Roseanne’s paintings are held in corporate and private collections in the U.S. and Europe. Roseanne is a member of the Board of Directors of the Lighthouse Art Center in Tequesta, Fl., and a member of the Jupiter Medical Center Ball Committee, and Chaired the 2012 Ball. She is a committee member of the Newport Music Festival. Her husband, Dennis, is the Chairman of the Palm Beach Opera and she co-chaired the 2015 Opera Gala with her husband.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Roseanne Williams - Blanca

      Blanca

    • Roseanne Williams - Waves of Blue Vision

      Waves of Blue Vision

    • Roseanne Williams - Waves Triptych-Yellow, White, Blue

      Waves Triptych-Yellow, White, Blue

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Other Artists represented by the Gallery:


Swedish Black Granite Resting Stone #33 -  Jerry Wingren

Jerry Wingren

Swedish Black Granite Resting Stone #33

Swedish black granite
7 in x 11 in x 14 in
2016

Swedish Black Granite Resting Stone #8 -  Jerry Wingren

Jerry Wingren

Swedish Black Granite Resting Stone #8

swedish black granite
7 in x 16 in x 14 in
2016

Waves Triptych-Yellow, White, Blue - Roseanne Williams

Roseanne Williams

Waves Triptych-Yellow, White, Blue

acrylic on panel
5 in x 5 in each

Waves of Blue Vision - Roseanne Williams

Roseanne Williams

Waves of Blue Vision

mixed media, acrylic on cradle board
8 in x 8 in
2019

Blanca - Roseanne Williams

Roseanne Williams

Blanca

mixed media on cradleboard
12 in x 12 in
2019
shadowbox frame

Separating - Rose Umerlik

Rose Umerlik

Separating

30 in x 60 in
oil on panel
2016

Advancing Against - Rose Umerlik

Rose Umerlik

Advancing Against

oil, graphite on panel
28 in x 48 in
2016

Contouring - Rose Umerlik

Rose Umerlik

Contouring

oil and graphite on panel
30 in x 60 in
2016

Moulin Glacier - Mary Dondero

Mary Dondero

Moulin Glacier

pastel on paper
50 in x 38 in
2019

MoonTide - Mary Dondero

Mary Dondero

MoonTide

pastel, graphite on paper, 38 in x 50 in
2019

TREES I (Diptych)  - Joan  Mitchell

Joan Mitchell

TREES I (Diptych)

1992
color lithograph printed from six aluminium plates on two sheets of paper white, wove, machine mould made, Rives BFK paper
Sheet size: 57 1/2 x 41 inches (each), Framed size: Side by side the framed, piece covers 61 x 86 ½ inches

Inscribed and signed in pencil (at lower right): Joan Mitchell 1992 33/34
The TGL chop [hexagon] is embossed lower right cornerEdition: edition of 34 plus 8AP, RTP, PPI, PPII, A, C
Publisher: Tyler Graphics Ltd,
Mount Kisco, New York
Published in New York in 1992

Printed in three colors, red, yellow and black.

According to Tyler graphics notes, preparation work for continuous-tone lithography and preparation of toner crayon drawing material was done by Kenneth Tyler. Tyler and Lee Funderburg worked on the plate preparation and Funderberg was responsible for proofing and edition printing.

Literature: Catalogue Raisonné: TGL print documentation, 1992

Together In Its Meaning - Richard  Nocera

Richard Nocera

Together In Its Meaning

48 in x 48 in
oil and tar on linen
2018

Urban Wall - Gayle Mandle

Gayle Mandle

Urban Wall

44 in x 60 in
Mixed Media on Linen

Structure 1 -  Lucio Chiurulla

Lucio Chiurulla

Structure 1

18 in x 10 in x 10 in
White Carrara Marble
2018

Worship -  Lucio Chiurulla

Lucio Chiurulla

Worship

14 in x 6.5 in x 8 in
White Carrara Marble
2018

Cereal Aisle - Jason Chase

Jason Chase

Cereal Aisle

48 in x 108 in
oil on canvas
2015

this is the artist's first memory of riding in a shopping cart and seeing the cereal boxes whiz by.

Joint Will - Richard  Nocera

Richard Nocera

Joint Will

48 in x 96 in
oil and tar on linen