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Best of June Art -- Guest curator, David Masello is executive editor of Milieu, a national print magazine about design. Mr. Masello writes about art and culture for the New York Times, Town & Country (where he was senior editor), Fine Art Connoisseur, American Arts Quarterly, and many other periodicals. In addition, Mr. Masello is the author of two books: Architecture Without Rules: The Houses of Marcel Breuer and Herbert Beckhard, and New York's 50 Best Art in Public Places.
When asked to provide a personal statement for the June 2015 art selection, Mr. Masello wrote:
What I'm seeking this month are works that people would want to look at and, ideally, own.
Mr. Masello selected Peter (oil) by Jean Marcellino of New York, NY to launch the month of June.
Artworks making their calendar debut: 19. Five artworks are being retired, having now appeared in three calendars: #75 by Richard White of Coventry, CT; Pitern by Seonyoung Kim of Woodside, NY; Still Life with Bread and Wine by Peggy Dean of Croton-on-Hudson, NY; Evelyn by Jean Marcellino of New York, NY; In Shadow/Felix by Eddie Torres of New York, NY.
Art for this calendar comes from 7 states and Russian Federation.The 30 artists represented in June, 2015, in day order are:
1 Jean Marcellino, 2 Patricia McDermond, 3 Martin Danjue, 4 Seonyoung Kim, 5 Jean Marcellino, 6 Marie-Paule Martin, 7 Taehyub Lee, 8 Taehyub Lee, 9 Ilene Skeen, 10 Jon Rettich, 11 Serge Lis, 12 Elizabeth Sowell-Zak, 13 Pacifico Palumbo, 14 Ilene Skeen, 15 Rebecca Venn, 16 Donelli J. DiMaria, 17 Cynthia Angeles, 18 Pacifico Palumbo, 19 Pacifico Palumbo, 20 Richard Bulman, 21 Jean Marcellino, 22 Jean Marcellino, 23 Pacifico Palumbo, 24 Peggy Dean, 25 Jean Marcellino, 26 Richard White, 27 Seonyoung Kim, 28 Richard Bulman, 29 Ilene Skeen, 30 Eddie Torres.
Each of the artists selected for the calendar receives two (2) complimentary listings.
The Barebrush Provenance for each artwork is viewable by clicking on the calendar thumbnail (above) or on the caption under the artwork from each artist’s Barebrush Gallery page. The Barebrush program of retiring artworks that have been selected for three calendars is designed to encourage all artists to show their best new work and keep their online galleries fresh and interesting.
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