Outsider Art Fair/ PVA Booth #57

Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011

Opening Reception
Thursday, January 19th, 6-9 pm
$75 per ticket
outsiderartfair.com

Hours:
Thursday, January 19th:
Early access 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm;
Vernissage 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Friday, January 20th: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Saturday, January 21st: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday, January 22nd: 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Pure Vision Arts premiered new work at the fair by Susan Brown, Jonathan Campos, Chase Ferguson, Oscar Azmitia, Walter Mika and Barry Kahn in Booth # 57

Pure Vision Arts 15th Anniversary Group Exhibition

Opening Reception

Saturday, December 10th 4-7 PM
Pure Vision Arts| 114 W 17th Street 3R | NY, NY 10011

Please join us in celebrating Pure Vision Arts 15th Anniversary with a group exhibition and reception featuring work by PVA artists: Joshua Albarran, Oscar Azmitia, Jules Bogen, William Britt, Susan Brown, Maria Camacho, Jonathan Campos, Harry Carrasquillo, Christopher Chronopoulos, Victor Cristescu, Chase Ferguson, Roy Gabbay, Oliver Goodwin, Evan Gozali, Elisa Huberman, Simone Johnson, Barry Kahn, Alex Kaufman, Kai-Wai Leung, Chris Martin, Walter Mika, Stephen Mulhauser, Armando Nunez, Jessica Park, Eric Sadowsky, Howard Schefflin, Tayloe Schinz-Devico, Alba Somoza, Simone Steinberg, Shmuel Taurog, Matthew Warkenthien, Dennis Yee.

There will be a popup shop with handmade boutique items for purchase and refreshments will be served. For more
information, visit purevisionarts.org or email us at purevisionarts@shield.org

THURSDAY, DEC 3,2016  – 6:00 pm

Rockland Center for the Arts
27 S Greenbush Rd
West Nyack, NY 10994
www.rocklandartcenter.org

A ROCA SPECIAL EVENT –  In conjunction with ROCA’S Pure Vision Arts’ exhibition, BEAUTIFUL MINDS:pure vision, there will be a visual presentation & discussion.  

PVA Director Pamala Rogers, Ed.D., will share her insights into the unique minds of neuro-developmentally challenged artists whose artwork is in demand by collectors.  The public, educators and families of developmentally challenged individuals are invited to attend and participate.    Refreshments will be served. FREE – RSVP to info@rocklandartcenter.org.

Pioneer Works | Opening October 19th, 2016
159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn, NY

Using the most humble of materials, Ferguson recreates cars, buses, train sets, and parking meters in exacting detail—down to year, make, and model.

Cars, Buses, and Trains displays hundreds of these cars, along with train sets and near life-size parking meters. Often overlooked, these quotidian realities of New York City living became of particular interest to Ferguson. The backbone of our collective city existence, he makes them pride of place, assigning them special value for their unheralded role in making our lives functional.

Cars, Buses, and Trains was curated by Gabriel Florenz and funded by a grant from New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Art Enables hosts the annual exhibit known as Outsider Art Inside the Beltway (OAIB), showcasing self-taught, folk, and outsider artwork from artists living and working throughout the U.S. This year, participating from Pure Vision Arts is Susan Brown, Chris Chronopoulos, Roy Gabbay, Elisa Huberman and Dennis Yee.

Outsider Art Inside the Beltway
Opening Reception
Saturday, October 8th, 2016, from 1 – 4 pm
2204 Rhode Island Ave.
NE, Washington, DC 20018.

The exhibit is open to the public and free of charge and will continue to be on display until Wednesday, November 23rd.

We are pleased to announce our participation in Visions et Creation Dissidentes, a major international exhibition of nine artists, featuring over 130 paintings, drawings, collages and sculptures, including 20 New York City paintings from Susan Brown and 20 drawings by Barry Kahn of Pure Vision Arts.

The exhibit will be taking place in Bègles, France, opening on September 24th.

MUSÉE DE LA CRÉATION FRANCHE
September 24- November 20
58 Avenue du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny,
33130 Bègles, France.
www.musee-creationfranche.com

We are happy to announce our current exhibit at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center in Vermont, featuring the work of PVA artists: Oscar Azmitia, William Britt, Susan Brown, Chase Ferguson, Elisa Huberman, Evan Gozali, Barry Kahn, Walter Mika, Jessica Park, Alba Somoza and Shmuel Taurog.

“The works selected for this exhibit were made by individuals whose artistic impulses emerge from their personal experiences with autism and other developmental disorders. They exemplify the strength, variety, and individuality of Outsider Art…” – Tony Gengarelly, PhD, Curator

Visions from the Edge
An Exploration of Outsider Art

March 19 – June 13, 2016
Brattleboro Museum & Art Center
10 Vernon Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301

April 17, Sunday 2 pm
Curator Tour

April 30, Saturday 2-6 pm
Panel Discussion & Workshop

Open Daily 11-5 / CLOSED TUESDAY
www.brattleboromuseum.org

Opening Reception January 30 @ 6 PM
On view Jan 21- MAY 15 2016
The City Reliquary Museum
370 METROPOLITAN AVE., BROOKLYN, NY

Join us at The City Reliquary Museum on Saturday, January 30, at 6 PM as we celebrate our latest exhibition, Visionary Streetscapes!
This show features works from Oscar Azmitia, Susan Brown, Chase Ferguson, and Howard Schefflin. All four artists are from Pure Vision Arts, Manhattan’s first specialized art studio and exhibition space for artists with autism and other developmental disabilities.

The drawings, paintings, and sculptures featured in this exhibition reveal the spirit of New York through representations of the familiar. Each artist uniquely captures the frenetic energy and strange beauty of daily life in the city through images of commonplace people, places, and things. In some cases, the artist’s use of unorthodox materials adds an additional dimension of complexity to the work.

All artwork in this exhibition is available for sale.

January 21 – January 24, 2016.
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th Street,
New York, N.Y.

We were pleased to have been chosen to show at the 2016 Outsider Art Fair.  In spite of this year’s untimely blizzard, we had a very nice showing of old friends and new at our booth.  Thank you to everyone who dropped by to visit, and to those who went home with a beautiful painting.