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Waterfield #7B - 2014

Oil on linen

47.24 x 55.12 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord,

Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $5,000


Lili Almog


Israeli-born photographer Lili Almog (b. 1961, Tel Aviv) is renowned for her intimate spiritual portraits of women cultural identities around the world. Lili moved to New York in the mid 80’s and began her career as a photojournalist for several international news publications focusing primarily on fashion and portraiture with artistic focus on creating representations of the feminine body and psyche. More recently her work is focusing on environmental portraiture an experimental direction which portray social behavior by engagement with landscape. 

Her work appears in the collections of: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California, Israel Museum, Israel, Milwaukee Art Museum, WI, The Art Museum, Lexington, KY, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, Norton Museum of Art, Florida, Victoria and Albert Museum,England, Museédela Photographie, Belgium, Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel, Museet for Fotokunst, Denmark The New York, Academy of Art, New York, CDW Collection, The Samuel Dorksy Museum, New York, Godwin‐Ternbach Museum, Queens, New York, Teutloff Photo and Video collection, Bielefeld, Germany, and numerous private collections.

Ataraxia - 2014

Acrylic on canvas

24 x 36 inches


Courtesy of ESKFF / Artist Resident 


​Est. Value $300

Kirti Bansal


Kirti Bansal is an Indian artist based in Jersey City. The results of her upbringing have influenced her perception to believe that there are no accomplishments if there are no “mistakes” or “accidents”. She emphasizes process and development of her ideas rather than the product. She empties her mind of conventional methods of drawing and lets her hands and eyes control her. Together, they create harmony, like yin and yang. The work responds to surrounding environments by fracturing them into a convolution of expressive matter. There is a stress on aesthetics with her frugal hit and miss indications of bold color. Kirti’s focus is to frame instances that would go unnoticed in their original context. With a conceptual approach, she creates intense personal moments by means of rules and errors, acceptance and refusal, luring the viewer round and round in circles. She is currently an aspiring designer pursuing her education of Graphic Design at Montclair State University in Montclair, NJ.

Fire Fountain - 2014
Conte crayon, gouache watercolor on arches paper
13.5 x 11.5 inches framed


Courtesy of: ESKFF / Artist Resident



Est. Value $650 

Taleen Berberian


Born in Pasadena, California to Armenian parents of Middle Eastern descent, traditions of craftsmanship were a birthright. My work is created in homage to a maternal legacy as a motherless daughter. My mother, Anahid, and paternal Grandmother Baydzar, and I shared love of craft. A couture dressmaker in Lebanon, Anahid drew designs, and impeccably created patterns and garments, adhering to traditions of couture dressmaking. Baydzar, a widow Aleppo, Syria, with 5 children, supported them with her craft of making extraordinary crocheted lace as a masterful artisan. These women’s’ influence through their love of their respective crafts’ is an eternal source of inspiration. Narrative elements of form and content throughout my artistic oeuvre expose these and other issues of maternity with irony with whimsy, also referencing fashion and surrealism of the mid 20th century.

Along The Nile - 1994

Archival inkjet photograph

24 x 24 in (60.96 x 60.96 cm)


Courtesy of: the artist


Est. Value $3,200 

Beth Bischoff

Beth Bischoff is a New York photographer. Her images are inspired by the sprit and energy of the location capturing the essence of all those who have passed through.

String Theory - 2008
Mixed media on wood and canvas

39.5 x 36 x 5 inches


Courtesy of: the artist


Est. Value: $3,400 

Elise Black

Elise Blacks varied body of work is a marriage of creative paths the artist has taken as a painter, sculptor and designer. It is the culmination of a life-long creative journey of exploration and expression, and illustrates a fascination with process and materials: some functional, some mundane some decorative, as well as the by products of current and defunct industries. Unconventional materials and found objects are considered for the unexplored possibilities they possess and the random juxtaposition that re-contextualizes those objects when elevated to “art”.  Her work is included in many private, corporate and civic collections.

Papa - 2014

Acrylic on canvas

30 x 40 inches


Courtesy of ESKFF / Artist Resident 


​Est. Value $500

Daniela Coca


La Flor - 2014

Oil, gouache, and pigment powder on wood panel

40 x 40 inches


Courtesy of ESKFF / Artist Resident 


​Est. Value $3,000

Cecilia Collantes


Cecilia Collantes is a Peruvian visual and performance artist. Through her work, she discusses and emphasizes selected signs and symbols from social media and

fashion, that pertain to the subject of social change and self presentation, appropriating and representing contemporary social visual codes that influence the individual, its behavior, thoughts and identity.
Her performance work often refers to ceremonial practices linked to memories of her home country in Perú, Archaeology and ambivalence, assumption and reinterpretation of evidences of the past for the reconstruction history.
She received her education in fine arts and performance at the University of the Arts in Berlin and Universidad Católica in Lima. She was also formerly trained as a contemporary dancer. She has exhibited work in Berlin, Jakarta, Lima and Bangkok. 

Night Out - 2014
Oil on canvas
47 x 47 inches


Courtesy of: Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


Est. Value: $4,945 

Niels Corfitzen

 (1980) There is no doubt that Niels Corfitzens' paintings are the results of daily observations of life and the events that follow. In this process it is not unusual that there is a filtration taking place – that creates the artist’s identity in the universe that represents the diversity of visual arts. His paintings balances between an ambitious classical idiom and mantras from a modern culture, which thematizes the contemporary and civilized man's life and problems, often set in the prospect of a decaying world. With its unnatural environments and colorful galleries of personalities, the artist creates a state of mind and an underlying concern in relation to our traditional conception of the classic oil painting.

On the surface the paintings appear as small stills or scenes from a self-obsessed and ruined youth, who fight for the audience attention. A game with light and contrasts creates a concentrated presence and draw references back to the great masters such as Edward Hopper, PS Krøyer and Herman Vedel. The paintings are created in many layers that allow the artist to have a dialogue with the work as it unfolds, which causes the process to appear naked to the observer. This method seems to create a pixellated and technological expression.

Niels Corfitzen grew up in Sweden surrounded by the country’s splendid nature. He has also lived several years in England, but today he has his base in Copenhagen Denmark. This clash of nature and culture is often depicted in his works.

Niels has received schooling in arts throughout his youth, as the artist trade runs in the family line, but apart from that he is an autodidact artist. His works has been exhibited in museums throughout Scandinavia and is represented by several galleries in northern Europe.


He has also received much recognition for the many commissioned portraits he has on his CV, including the award-winning portrait of the deceased politician Svend Auken from 2009, which was used as cover for his autobiography.

Farbschädel - 2013
Mixed media on wood
24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of: Galerie Andreas Binder


Est. Value: $5,000 

Jan Davidoff

Jan Davidoff was born 1976, in Norden and reached his diploma in painting with Prof. Günther Förg at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, München in 2009. He lives and works in Munich.

Jan Davidoff’s works are to be positioned on a level between concreteness and abstraction, on which real life scenes are confronted with a deeper meaning. His paintings are inspired by Davidoff’s own experiences in the tourist strongholds all over the world. But at the same time the indifferent background detaches the masses from their object relations and implements a second level of meaning.

Iznik, Floral Sprays - 2012

Oil on canvas

24 x 24 inches

Courtesy of: Mike Weiss Gallery 

Est. Value: $7,500 

Jan De Vliegher

Jan De Vliegher’s paintings reference the artist’s obsessive hunt for otherwise overlooked porcelain objects and his fascination with the painting experience. Like a cultural anthropologist, De Vliegher meticulously documents his varied sources of inspiration in their traditional museum context. The lush colors, dramatic brushstrokes and overpowering scale of his work, however, starkly diverge from the otherwise controlled subject matter. The subsequent rush-infused paintings transcend their representational qualities and assume the commanding presence of contemporary abstractions. 

Garden of Narcissus - 2012

Oil on canvas
24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of: the artist


Est. Value $16,000 

Marylyn Dintenfass

Marylyn Dintenfass was born in 1943 in Brooklyn, New York and spent most of her early years in Brooklyn and then Long Island. She attended Queens College, and graduated in 1965 with a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts.

Dintenfass explored new media and developed her own reaction to abstract expressionism with color, line, and gesture. Dintenfass acquired an appreciation for a broad range of materials that led to major sculpture installations composed of ceramic materials, steel, lead, wood, wax and a variety of pigments and epoxies. Dintenfass often works with oil paint on wooden panels fragmented into parts of a grid. The artist's abstract imagery usually appears in her work as various forms of stripes or circles arranged across translucent layers of alternating matte and high gloss textures. Dintenfass' themes explore the dualities of everyday pleasures; depending on the focus of a series, her symbols might conjure characters, candies, car wheels, or paint itself. 

Couple (AJCR1) - 2014

Oil on canvas

24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of ESKFF / Artist Resident


​Est. Value $3,600

Michelle Doll


Michelle Doll’s paintings capture quiet, intimate moments hinged on

personal connections between her subjects, as well as their interactions with the world around them. Doll’s recent works are imbued with femininity and

introspection, and explore the themes of love, desire and connection. She earned her BFA from Kent State University and MFA from New York Academy of Art where she graduated Cum Laude on both. Her work has been exhibited and featured worldwide at galleries from New York to St. Barth’s to San Francisco to Basel and London. She currently lives and works in Hoboken, NJ.

Flesh on flesh... fabric on flesh... our body’s connection with nature... our private contact with moments of time and objects of space... these are the tactile experiences of my artwork. Centered on the human figure, I attempt to portray the unspoken, soundless and intimate nature of a soul’s connection to the material world. I am interested in moments of interconnection that contain meaning beyond the setting, and explore the intimate energy that either exists, or is immensely desired, if it does not exist.

The power of love and desire for connection can be found in a simple touch, a fragile unity, or a fleeting moment. Hidden portions of contact hold meaning... the creases, crevices, overlaps, and folds. My intent is to find inspiration and appreciation in seemingly banal, quiet moments and render them monumental.

Through my paintings, I wish to preserve and record the interconnections in my own life, and my personal touch on the world around me. I create the work as meditations for others, who have experienced and desired intimacy in subtle ways, and like me, possibly searched for a further understanding of unity, beauty and love. 

The Wind - 2014

Mixed media on paper

22 x 22 inches


Courtesy of ESKFF / Artist Resident


​Est. Value $4,000

Uri Dotan

Uri Dotan, a multimedia artist, received his MFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He lives and works in Tel Aviv and New York. Uri Dotan explores and works with many different media of art, such as photography, digital prints, paintings, and videos (2D and 3D). 

His solo exhibitions include: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat-Gan, Permanent Video Sculpture Cinematheque Tel-Aviv, Shay Arye Gallery, Tel-Aviv,  

Paul Rodgers/9W Gallery New York. Group shows: Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York Andrea Meislin Gallery, New York, Tel-Aviv,The Museum of The Future. Linz, Austria.


Uri Dotan’s work explores themes such as human identity, public and private spaces, and both natural and Urban landscapes.


The Couch - 2013
Oil on canvas
20 x 28 inches


Courtesy of: Eric Mavko


Est. Value $615 

Christina Duarte

Christina Duarte was born and raised in New Bedford, Massachusetts; art brought her to New York.  She studied Studio Art at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in a traditional, observational manner and sought to continue the same type of practice which brought her to the New York Academy of Art.  Not only did Duarte learn about a whole new setting by moving to New York but she experienced a crash course in art-construction, networking and developing meaningful relationships with other people that share the same passions.

Botany Bouquet - 2014
Photocopy transfer on fine art paper
42 x 29 inches


Courtesy of: Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


Est. Value: $1,380 

Rune Egenes

Born and raised in Norway, Rune Egenes earned both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in Photography at the Film and TV Academy of the Performing Arts in Prague. His work has been exhibited internationally – winding its way throughout Europe, to South Korea. Rune Egenes’ photographic work, distinctive yet uneasily defined, is a compilation of images ranging from surreal to startling. He photographs constantly and indiscriminately, allowing himself to build bodies of work not from classically beautiful and elegant subjects, but rather those so unassuming, or even unseemly, that we often overlook them as we pass by in daily life. 

NYC/LA - 2014
Collage on canvas

36 x 52.25 inches


Courtesy of: Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


Est. Value: $3,450  

Betty Cristine Fog

Betty Christine Fog attended Kolding School of Design in 1973. For many years, she worked independently within fashion and design, with projects for several firms in her native Denmark, and abroad. Fog has been employed as Chief Designer for Hjertegarn, and has worked as Stylist both in Denmark and internationally. For ten years, she worked for the acclaimed weekly fashion magazine Femina. Photography and Photo Art is a passion. This medium contains a universe of possibilities, where she can express herself artistically. She carries a camera almost everywhere she goes. Betty Christine shoots to capture everything she finds interesting. She leaves the editing to later, using the digital tools on her MAC. Betty Christine’s way of working can best be expressed by quoting Palle Kjærulf Schmidt:

“I’m not a photographer – I stage pictures”

Blue - 2013
Acrylic on canvas

20 x 20 inches


Courtesy of: Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


Est. Value: $2,070 

Erik Formoe


Educated at the SHKS and The Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, Formoe has been shown at numerous exhibitions and graphical biennales around Europe. He has also exhibited in Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, Libanon and the USA.

“My paintings are about people. People with a story. It’s about the individual, and the universe we as individuals create for ourselves. It could be anyone – those we encounter in everyday life or those who pass us by anonymously. The people in my paintings are silent storytellers. Insular melancholiacs, apparently. They all carry glimmers of happiness, scratches of pain. They know something. My paintings linger on this theme.

Drawing - 2011
Oil on paper

30 x 44 inches

Courtesy of: the artist


Est. Value $4,000 

Michael Gitlin


Michael Gitlin, Israeli American artist, was born in South Africa and grew up in Israel. He received his BA in English and Art History from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and simultaneously studied at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (BFA). He received an MFA from Pratt Institute in 1972.

Gitlin has been living and working in New York since 1970.

Gitlin's work can be characterized as abstract and reductive. He began working three-dimensionally, first with paper and later with wood, using paper as a medium rather than a support. His sculptures are mostly wall pieces, which depend on architecture for their physical and contextual support.

Gitlin's one-person museum shows have included: the Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1977); the ICC Antwerp (1980); Exit Art, New York (1985); Kunstraum Munchen (1986); Bonn Kunstverein (1988); Kunsthalle Mannheim (1989); Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery (1989); Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (1991). His works are in major collections such as the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, the Gugghenheim Museum in New York, the Hirshhorn in Washington DC, the Ludwig Museum in Cologne and the Lenbachhaus in Munich, among others. Gitlin participated in Documenta 6 in Kassel, Germany.

Gil Goren


Gil Goren Born, work and live in israel.

Studied visual arts & Grafic Design in wizo college of design. Advertiser, graphic designer, and copy writer. Goren has managed and continues to manage hundreds of ad campaigns for leading brands. He is currently a senior creative director at yehoshua/tbwa Israel. One of the big-4 advertising agencies in israel. He has won prizes in Israel and in major cosmopolitan capitals around the world. In the last decade I'm working on my art. First solo exhibition was in march 2014.. represented by tribes gallery in israel.

In 2009, the advertising messages, the typography, the colors, the layout, the richness of information, and the unstoppable movement of New York city.

All these aspects came together to create a process of creativity that resulted in my art

i put all the love that i have to the pop art movement in my art work and make it happy joyful art i take visuals that nobody look at while in the street, and make a beauty pieces that everybody want to look at I'm a kind of visual icon hunter that arrange the urbanic view and landscape in new order. 

All of the photos that i use in my art are taken by me in New York city and they are the basic materials of the artworks. The photos are printed directly on small pieces of wood in the shapes of squares and rectangles. These individual pieces are modern icons that are than glued in a collage form onto a large slab of wood. Each piece has his own unique concept and message. The artwork is all made by hand.



Change Required - 2014

Mixed media on wooden blocks

39 x 39 inches


Courtesy of: the artist


Est. Value $4,500 

You Never Outgrow - 2014

Mixed media on wooden blocks

28 x 28 inches


Courtesy of: the artist


Est. Value $5,400 

The Herd - 2012

Oil on canvas

46 x 60 inches


Courtesy of ESKFF / Artist Resident


​Est. Value $6,000

Angela Gram

Angela Gram is a painter, writer, and educator living and working in New Jersey. She received a MFA from the New York Academy of Art and a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design.  Angela has been accepted as an artist in residence by the Terra Foundation for American Art in Giverny France and by the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation at Mana Contemporary in NJ.  Her work has been shown at Forbes Gallery, Mark Miller gallery, Sotheby’s, Sloan Fine Art, Art Southhampton, the University of Miami, and other venues throughout the east coast.  Her work exists in many private collections and has recently been published by Skira Rizzoli in “The Figure: Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture” a book showcasing figurative art by established and emerging artists. Angela is also co-founder of the blog, a source for criticism, essays, and interviews spanning the kindred disciplines of contemporary art and science.


Leftovers 17 - 2014
Acrylic on canvas

31.5 x 31.5 inches

Courtesy of: Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


Est. Value $6,000 

Morten Gran


Motorized vehicles, like cars, choppers, airplanes etc, are central objects in Morten Gram’s work. He spends a lot of time the car- and chopper environments when working. He has participated several times in the Norwegian National Autumn Exhibition and The Østland Exhibition, as well as in a number of Art Centers and private galleries. He’s the recipient of numerous scholarships. In his latest series of works, he examines cars and choppers in the garages where they are constructed.

Art critic Tommy Olsson wrote the following about the exhibition “Highlights/Leftovers” at Gallery Ramfjord in 2012:
“It seems to be the time of year when the different waves appear. Morten Gran is still one of Norwegian contemporary painting’s well-kept secrets. With lavish paintings, that crush the fragments of Pop Art down to postmodern particles – a frontal collision between archetypes and art clichés”

In the Studio - N/A
Oil on canvas

20 x 28 inches

Courtesy of: Erez Zamach & Ran Levady


Est. Value $1,800 

Michal Hacham




Catherine Haggarty

Catherine Haggarty, b. 1984 received her M.F.A from Mason Gross School of Art, Rutgers University in 2011. She has shown at Opera Gallery, The Bowery Gallery,

White Box, & A.I.R Gallery in New York City as well as Bridget Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia. Catherine is currently the recipient of the ESKFF Working Artist Grant and is an Artist in Residence at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City.

Catherine lives and works in Jersey City, NJ.


For Eva - 2014

Oil and rope on panel

22 x 24 inches


Courtesy of ESKFF / Artist Resident 


​Est. Value $2,500

Hopi - 2014
Oil on canvas

24 x 20 inches

Courtesy of: the artist and Jack Geary Contemporary, New York


Est. Value $5,000 

Richard Jacobs


Richard Jacobs received a BA from the Cooper Union in 1984, and a MFA from Yale University in 1987. He was nominated by Yale for a Henry Luce Scholarship, which he was awarded to paint and teach in Bali, Indonesia.  Jacobs showed at the Howard Yezerski Gallery in Boston during the 1990's and is represented in many private and public collections including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the DeCordova, and the Rose Art Museum. His show "A Decade of Balinese Influence", was curated by Dore Ashton. In September 2014, Jacobs had a successful solo exibition titled "Soul Delay" at Jack Geary Gallery in NY.


"My abstract art explores organic invention, with faith in alchemy and an adventurous concept of time. Elements of the past, present and future separate, blend and interchange until they make sense in a way that the work dictates. Discovering the soul of the painting is the content, with the intent that each piece surprises in new ways every time it is seen, making its individual and evolving nature the reward."


More of Richard Jacobs work can be seen on or Instagram @richardjacobs_


Another Step - 2014

Oil on linen

47.24 x 55.12 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord,

Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $5,000

Karoline Kaaber


Since 2000, Karoline has studied under different renowned artists. Her works can be recognized by a strong atmospheric mood, using light to creating a very unique expression. She paints in oil. Karoline has been represented by Gallery Ramfjord since 2013 and had her first solo exhibition there in October.

“To me, it is important to paint with the heart. My paintings start as an idea, but I rarely know the outcome. I let the expression live and grow on the canvas. I use a long time on each piece, often with thick brushstrokes and many layers. In this process, I have to dare to be completely honest, open and vulnerable. I search for the innermost thought. The deepest point in life.” - Karoline Kaaber

Antic Garden - 2013

Oil and tempera on canvas

19.7 x 23.6 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord,

Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $2,530

Roar Kjærnstad


Roar Kjernstad (1975), educated  at the art Academie in Antwerp Belgium. Latest exhibitions held in Edinburgh, Scotland, and Bodo Kunstforening Norway, solo 2014. 

Art Copenhagen Collective host Gallery Ramfjord. Edinburgh Art fair. 2014.
Selected for Ruth Bogart's self portrait competition  London 2012. 
Selected twice at Brygger Jacbsens portrait competition Denmark. 2007 and 2009.  

Interview in the  Norwegen art magazine "KUNST" (Efekten av tilfeldigheten) Participating in a Norwegian/Swedish Book about Scandinavian Figurative art. 2009. Participating in a new Norwegian  contemporary art book, written by Gunnar Danbolt. a distinguish art historian. 2014.

Portraits of the Female masquerade - 2008

Photography unframed

63 x 43 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord,

Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $5,175

Marie Kristiansen


Marie Kristiansen is a Photographer and Film Director with a Fine Arts degree from Central St Martins in London. She lives and works in Oslo and Los Angeles. Marie has had three solo exhibitions in Oslo, all focusing on female sexuality and the portrayal of women in popular culture.
The aesthetics of her pictures is inspired by 70s and 80s fashion photography, and rely heavily on drama and surrealism. Marie’s photos have been published in international magazines including Dazed and Confused, Style Mag, I-D, AnOther, ELLE and


Her short films have been widely screened, and in 2011 she directed her first feature film EXTERIORS, shot in Los Angeles.
“It is from pop culture that most people in our society get their entertainment and their information. This is where women and
men are offered their cultures’ dominant definitions of themselves”.

Nibble - 2009

mixed media on ivory paper

27.5 x 39 inches


Courtesy of Eileen Kaminsky


​Est. Value $3,000

Fay Ku


My works on paper are psychological, narrative and figurative. Figures appear isolated against the white of the paper, drawn with delicacy. My characters explore the fluidity of identity—sexual, cultural, personal and political—and the ambiguity in relationships with one another.

Paper suits my temperament. I work quickly, allowing a flow of ideas to move through me. My inspirations come from travel, observation, the radio, films and books—in short, everything. Motifs reoccur in my work, but each time with different associations and references. And, within a single work, the concepts are often layered to yield multiple readings rather than one narrative. I am in interested in the nuances of meaning.


Glow - 2013

Spray paint on panel

18 x 18 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $1,600

Iris Kufert-Rivo


Iris Kufert-Rivo uses spray paint as a response to the urban landscape in which she lives.
Original stencils and manipulated surfaces in multiple layers are

varnished to create a complex language of pattern and design. Iris received an undergraduate degree in Studio Art from Skidmore College and an M.F.A. from Bard College in Painting. Her works have been exhibited in the tri-state area at such venues as Artists Space, The Morris Museum, The Henry Street Settlement, William Patterson University, Seton Hall Law School, Parlor Gallery, CWOW,

Mack-Cali Corporation among others. She has received a New Jersey Arts Annual Award and Curator’s Choice Award. Her paintings are included in public and private art collections, such as Johnson & Johnson Corporate Art Program. The artist lives and works in Jersey City, NJ. 


Who'll Stop the Rain - 2014

Oil on canvas

24 x 35 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord,

Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $4,255

Steen Larsen 


Steen Larsen (1960) is educated at Dartington College of Arts UK. Coming up in December 2014 he is exhibiting at Haupt in Basel, Switzerland. Lately, he has held solo exhibitions at Gallery NB Viborg, Denmark 2014. Art Centre Sophienholm, Denmark 2012, Art Centre Silkeborg Bad, Denmark 2012. And in Group exhibitions Galleri Ramfjord 16 Years Anniversary Exhibition, Oslo, Norway 2014. Painting and Its Contexts, Contemporary Art Center Vilnius, Lithuania 2013. ”Danish Landscapes” Astley Hall Art Gallery, Manchester, England 2006, Halmstad Artmuseum Sveden 2006


In the book ROAD from 2012 Steen Larsen says: “When you drive on the Atlantic Ocean Road, that work of human engineers that is the E45, and feel the rhythmical hum of the car as it twists over the islets lining the sea, you have come to the end of the world. Then you are grasped by a sense of awe. This entire infrastructure of bridges along the edge of the great nothing is a miracle created by human hands, joining Norway – and Europe – together. The idea that such an artery winds its way down through Europe, from right up by somewhere north” 

Untitled - 2013

DIgital print on canvas

54 x 54 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $10,000

Eugene Lemay


Eugene Lemay (American, b. 1960) is best known for his series Strata, Letters, and Navigator of large inkjet prints of rich landscapes, which expose the root of

written language as a metaphor for the human need to communicate. Appearing out of linguistic order, the words are expropriated from their original context and become artistic notes, signs, shapes, and finally abstract images. Lemay, a Michigan native and ninth of 15 children from a French Canadian father and Lebanese Syrian mother, spent his teenage years at the Sarid Kibbutz in Israel and served in the Israeli army. In Lemay’s early works, he abstracts a series of letters to bereaved parents of fallen soldiers with whom he served. The letters were written – but never sent.

Lemay is founder and director of Mana Contemporary, and has built several other businesses in the past 20 years. Lemay was named to Art & Auction magazine's Power 100 list. He has exhibited in solo shows at Mike Weiss Gallery in Chelsea, Total Arts Gallery in Dubai and Galeria De Art in Buenos Aires as well as a group show at Art Affairs Gallery in Amsterdam and others. He sits on the board of the Umm-el Fahem Gallery in Israel, and is represented by Mike Weiss Gallery in Chelsea.

The irony of this impressive career trajectory is that Lemay had no initial interest in art, and certainly no thought of becoming an artist, until 1993, when he visited a Robert Ryman retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The 80 paintings on view, produced over nearly 40 years, filled Lemay with wonder. Here was a sustained and seemingly inexhaustible exploration of abstract white-on-white composition. The work, at once giving and reserved, struck a psychological chord; within days, Lemay began his own artistic experiments. But, for this thoughtful ex-soldier, the notes that resonated were not in Ryman’s bright major key but in a dark minor that evoked Lemay’s long-suppressed battlefield traumas. 


Untitled - 2000

Mixed media acrylic on canvas

17 x 17 inches framed


Courtesy of Yigal Ozeri


​Est. Value $3,000

Giles Lyon


Giles Lyon was born 1967 in the United States. In 1989 Giles received a Bachelor of Fine Arts, from the Rhode Island School of Design. Before, 1987-88, Giles was part of the European Honors Program, in Rome, Italy, and in 1985-86, attended the Rochester Institute of Technology Awards Giles received include the 2009 Artist in Residence, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, the 1994 National Endowment for the Arts Grant, Mid-America Arts Alliance, Houston, TX, the 1991 Artist in Residence, Edward F. Albee Foundation, Montauk, NY, and the 1989-91 Core Fellowship, Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Art, Houston, TX.


I remember a view of the lake - 2014

Oil, enamel, collage on paper

20 x 30 inches


Courtesy of the artist


​Est. Value $600

Eric Mavko


Eric Mavko has been living and painting in Brooklyn for the last 10 years.  He graduated cum laude from the New York Academy of Art in 2005, and since then has been making art and occasionally making rent.  He has been featured in numerous exhibitions in the New York area, and recently completed a residency in Leipzig, Germany, that was followed by shows in both Germany and Croatia.  He has recently become a contributor to the ambitious new website QuantumArtReview.


Dancing - 2009

Photography on paper

29 x 29 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord,

Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $2,415

Kathleen McIntyre


Kathleen McIntyre is born in California (1962), raised in Gjøvik, Norway, lives and works in Oslo. She is autodidact, and has worked for the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. She has attended workshops with several internationally prominent photographers, including Joyce Tenneson, Arno Raphael Minkkinen and Jeff Cowen. The mentor for her first project “Second Shadow” was renowned Norwegian Photographer Morten Krogvold. He comments on her work: “Many photographers are concerned with technique. Kathleen takes photos with her heart. It’s like poetry.”

McIntyre has been represented in Gallery Ramfjord since 2008. She works with analogue, digital, black/white and color photography. Kathleen captures images through an indirect approach, mirroring timeless and dreamlike images, giving the real world a new layer. Her last exhibition called “SurFace” is all color images printed on plexi toemphasize the mirroring.  “What you see, is what I saw” says the photographer, who does not manipulate her photos after they are taken.

Garage - 2013


24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of Galerie Brandt 


​Est. Value $1,600

Sander Meisner


Sander Meisner is a self-taught photographer born 1979, living and working in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

‘I work with themes and ideas dealing with public space, abstraction, transformation, the passing of time, change, utopia/dystopia, function and transition. In geometric, almost abstract shapes and lines, I photograph the usually overlooked corners of the buildings in our cities. I look for these compositions at night, when the sun is gone and the artificial light of the night creates colors and shapes, which cannot be seen with the naked eye. When I photograph these grim and grey places and expose the photographic film with extremely long exposures, the night turns out to be both very colourful and beautiful. I use the colors, shapes and lines of the night to make semi-abstract images that are influenced by Rothko and Neo-Plasticism at the same time.’

“Wandering through the edges of cities, looking for colourful beauty in the desolate corners of grey, man-made, structures, I photograph the (sleeping) infrastructure of the urban environment.” 


Untitled- 2010

Oil on canvas

24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of Galerie Andreas Binder 


​Est. Value $7,000

Matthias Meyer


Matthias Meyer was born in Göttingen, Germany in 1969. He studied art at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with Gerhard Richter and was named "student of honor" (Meisterschüler) in Richter’s last master class in 1994. Meyer was also a guest student in 1994 at London’s Chelsea College of Art, and in the same year received the distinguished Max Ernst Award of the City of Brühl. In 1995, he was the German laureate of the European Art Competition of the Schweizer Bankverein in London. Matthias Meyer currently lives and works in Germany.

Meyer’s water paintings, cityscapes, forests, substructures and superstructures, the leitmotifs drawn both from the world of nature and the world of urban civilization, appear in the framework of this exhibition. Despite working from photographs and using small acrylic sketches to jog the memory, Meyer paints each painting from scratch in an extemporizing style. ‘It’s a risk factor’, he concedes, explaining how he in fact makes the painting ‘abstract from back to front so that the moment a detail becomes recognizable, I immediately put a stop to the process’. The almost trancelike state in which they are painted is instantly apparent in the paintings themselves. Although the artist alludes to the historical antagonism between abstraction and figuration with great virtuosity, his painting retains an openness which today’s viewers, with their very personal, sharply diversified ways of perceiving, find appealing. Poised between the vague and the concrete, Meyer defines our retinal impressions as phantasms played out on the periphery beyond which gravity has no purchase. Meyer’s approach is not to literally depict these elements, but to transform them, interweaving images into rich, magical, dreamlike environments filled with the perception of water, light and color. 


Free Me - 2013

Mixed media with electric glowing neon lights 

24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of Galerie Brandt 


​Est. Value $2,000

Stephan Muis


Stephan Muis was born in Amsterdam 1967. He was educated at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and The University of Amsterdam (Museum Management).

Stephan Muis creates objects around themes that intrigue him. The main theme is "loss of innocence". He tries to explore the "ways of the world" and why a child loses the pure innocence it possesses at birth. Other themes are: our fascination with Death (coming from our fear of death). Our drift from (Biblical) values and Ethics. My work is conceptual. Most of the time I need the help of professionals to create the work. That’s why I call my work “cooperative art”. Major themes in my work are our loss of innocence and our fear of death. 


Sleep II - 2014

Mixed media on canvas

18 x 35 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $9,000

Pia MYrvoLD


MYrvoLD is born in Norway, and has lived in Paris and New York since 1992. Since the early 80s, Pia MYrvoLD has worked within a wide field of techniques, developing and combining different mediums: painting, sound, video, infrastructural design, living art and urbanism, and new technology. MYrvoLD's hybrid research within visual media has given the art and design world new and unique concepts, including CyberCouture, clothes as publishing, multi-surface works, female interfaces, and projects in the border area between virtual and real spaces; with interactive art as a recurring element. MYrvoLD - who started out as a painter - has also continued with traditional media, and continuously produces new series of paintings, graphics, sculptures and videos, where her visual narrative refers to technology, DNA coding, sensory based objects and interfaces, where the dialectics between the object and the space suggests guidelines and new codes for how society can use and develop new sensuality. MYrvoLD's career started at age 20, debuting at Vestlandsutstilingen and the Norwegian National Autumn Exhibition. Since then, she has had numerous important assignments and museum exhibitions in Norway, and taken part at international exhibitions in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Venice, London and Berlin. MYrvoLD is purchased by the largest public collections in Norway, including the National Gallery.

Green Nokturn - 2013/2014

Oil on canvas

39 x 39 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $4,600

Aleksandra Niemczyk


Aleksandra Niemczyk holds a Master of Art from the European Academy of Art in Warsaw. Through her studies and her work at The Experimantal Litography Studie in Warsaw, she represents a new generation of young Polish artists working within lithography and oil painting. She constantly develops her visual vocabulary – illustrated by a recent study at the New York Film Academy. Niemczyk uses traditional techniques within oil painting, print and short films. She is a member of The Association of Norwegian Printmakers, and The Association of Norwegian Painters. She received a scholarship from the Ministry of Culture in 2004 and from Billedkunstnernes Vederlagsfond in 2005. She has had a number of solo exhibitions in Norway and Polen, and was nominated for the Carnagie Art Award in 2006.
“Visual expressions aren’t just a way to communicate, but a way to observe and contemplate. I collect impulses from surroundings, see forms and colors, analyze and deconstruct them, and recreate them on the canvas.”

Seneca - 2005 

Acrylic on paper

45 x 62 inches


Courtesy of Eileen Kaminsky 


​Est. Value $30,000

Hermann Nitsch


Hermann Nitsch (Austrian, b.1938) is a painter, performance artist, writer, and composer, and one of the four members of the Viennese Actionist (or Wiener Aktionismus) movement. Nitsch began as a graphic artist after studying graphic design in Vienna, but turned to painting in the 1950s under the influence of Tachism and Abstract Expressionism. He was inspired by the works of Paul Cézanne (French, 1939–1906) and Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862–1918), among others.


In 1957, Nitsch came up with the idea for his Orgien Mysterien Theater, a long festival that was inspired by psychological studies and Dionysian orgies, among other influences, with works that involve all five senses. His performances involved, and still involve, the appearance of pagan ceremony, with robed processions, people drinking blood, animal sacrifices, and more. Most of his works—many of them in oil and acrylic—come from what remained after his performances ended. Some of his important paintings include Aktion Painting - Fresco (1981), The Last Supper (1976–1979), and a series of splatter paintings. His performances took place in Vienna at first and resulted in three jail terms. In 1960, he moved to Germany, where he remained until 1978. 


Torso desnudo de una mujer pecando  

Oil on canvas

39.25 x 31.25 x 2 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $4,000

Jimmy Valdez Osaku


Jimmy Valdez Osaku (6 de Julio 1975) is a poet, painter and cultural activist of Antillean origin. His paintings and art installations have been exhibited in about twenty shows and cultural activities in New York, San Juan, La Habana, Santo Domingo and Madrid. He has coordinated the artistic and cultural events “Dominico-puertorriqueña” and “Uniendo Pueblos”. He was the curator and organizer of the art exhibits “Poetas que pintan” 2004, “Undertow” 2012, “6to piso” 2013 and “Te Deum” 2014. Some of his books are Días enteros para una sopa, Osaku, La redonda peña despeñada, Islamabad queda al norte, Casi tantas lluvias como pájaros, Maruja, Sur Mon Cou etc. He received the Letras de Ultramar Award in 2009. He lives in NY.

Doctor or Lawyer - 2014

Loro Piana pinstripe wool, white shirting fabric, wood, aluminum, staples

100 x 70 x 2 inches

In two panels (100 x 15 x 2") & (100 x 52 x 2")


Curated by John Newsom


​Est. Value $12,900

James Perkins


James Perkins (b. 1978, Little Rock, AR) received a BA from Yale University and a Masters from SVA School of Visual Arts. The artist lives and works in New York City. He has exhibited work with Ace Gallery, The Eileen Kaminsky Foundation at MANA Contemporary, and Dallas Contemporary’s MTV RE: DEFINE.  He has lectured at the University of Wisconsin.


Using materials from his time spent on Wall Street, Perkins examines the viewer’s perception of value and emotion. Many of the artworks are facially accessible to viewers; however, this intentional surface accessibility is devised to draw the viewer into a more confrontational engagement through minimal gestures that challenges their own value judgments as the artist was forced to in the making of the works.  This is perhaps most exemplified in One Percent, an artwork comprised of 99 counterfeit Rolex watches, and one genuine Rolex anonymously interspersed within the milieu.  

Untitled - 2009

Oil on canvas

24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of Yigal Ozeri 


​Est. Value $5,000

Osvaldo Romberg


Osvaldo Romberg was born and raised in Argentina. He now lives and works in New York, Philadelphia, Tel-Aviv and Ilha Grande, Brazil. He attended the Colegio Nacional de Buenos Aires 1950-55, and the University of Buenos Aires, Facultad de Arquitectura 1956-62. Over the past five decades and on five continents, Romberg has produced a consistently goading body of work that tackles questions of analysis, interpretation and representation of art and art history.

In the early 1970s, as a painter and conceptual artist, he began using a grid to analyze the tone and saturation of various colors. Romberg's deconstruction of both individual hues and those of famous historical paintings investigate the political and social conventions of looking and seeing. The works on paper from this period are infused with Romberg's interest in art history, philosophy, linguistics, and informational systems.

He is also a full time professor at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel, where he a founded a center for experimental cinema, video and media art. He has exhibited widely as an artist at institutions including the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna; Kunstmuseum, Bonn; Ludwig Museum, Cologne; Sudo Museum, Tokyo; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem; The Jewish Museum, New York; the XLI Venice Biennial, Israel Pavilion; The Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires; and the Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven. One of the founders of Slought, Romberg is currently Senior Curator for Artist Projects. 

Bending in the Lily Pads - 2003

Gum Bichromate

10.5 x 15.5 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $6,000

Ernestine Ruben


Ernestine Ruben is internationally known through extensive exhibitions, books, and workshops. Her work is included in many major museums and private collections. Most of her life has been focused on art: growing up with it, studying the history of art, and teaching visual arts at all levels.

She is actively engaged in art education and is focused on the creative process in art and the development of careers in the arts. Her constant challenge is using the elements particular to photography and redirecting them to other art forms. She aims to render photography more three dimensional, more present, and more alive. She searches ways in which photography can enter into the domains of furniture, architecture, fashion, music, and performance art. She is currently studying the relationships between sound and the visual image. 

Circle of Love - 2012

Oil, pastel on paper

24 x 18 x 1 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $2,500

Tom Ryan


Tom Ryan was born in Santa Monica, California, 1939, and attended the Chouinard Art Institute, in Los Angeles, CA. He is now a New York City resident.

Tom Ryan is an accomplished painter and performance artist. His work includes abstract art, abstract expressionism, performance art, portraits, murals and landscapes. As a performing and abstract artist his body of work continues to delight and astonish in its breadth of content and talented expression. 

Still (for H. Gruyaert) - 2014

Oil on canvas

31.5 x 39 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $4,600

Gabriel Schmitz


Gabriel Schmitz is a European painter, born in Germany, trained in Scotland and living in Barcelona, Spain since 1995. The human figure is the central theme of his work. As he understands it, the body represents a potent means of expression. Given this, he draws his inspiration from a variety of fields: contemporary dance, cinematographic imagery, or travel, both real and imaginative, always attracted by the “other”, the “not-yet-known”, trying to come to an understanding of it through painting. His paintings and works on paper have been shown on a regular basis in Barcelona, Paris, London and the United States. His first show in Gallery Ramfjord was in May 2013.

“You should look as you would listen. When I am painting I am listening to images, not pronouncing them.”

The Rabbi Goes Swimming

Work on paper

35 x 28 x 1.75 inches framed


Courtesy of the artist


​Est. Value $3,500

Erin Shakine



Francis - 2014

Series: Voids II Edition 1/5

Archival Digital Print
16.5 x 20 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $1,200

Leslie Sheryll


Born in New York and living in Jersey City, I have spent most of my life creating art. I received a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute where my major was photography.

I am currently working in several mediums, including installation art using recycled materials, photography, and jewelry making.

Over the last five years my work has been involved with the exploration of gender and the psychological restrictions imposed (whether outwardly or subconsciously) upon women to conform to certain ideals. In my current series titled Voids II, I use nineteenth
century tintypes as a vehicle to construct and define this visual language. 

Untitled, (Idol Structures) - 2012 Archival inkjet print

24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $2,000

Matt Siber


Born in Chicago in 1972, Matt Siber grew up next to Boston in Brookline, MA. With a Bachelor’s degree in History and Geography from the University of Vermont in 1994, he received an MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago in 2003.

He has worked as a freelance commercial photographer for a wide range of clients, but is now primarily a gallery artist working in photography, digital imaging, video, sculpture, and installation. His artwork is part of the permanent collections of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Contemporary Photography and is represented by Galeria Antoni Pinyol in Reus, Spain, and Galerie f 5.6 in Munich. His images have been published internationally in such publications as ArtForum, Flash Art, Aperture and EXIT Magazine and he has received grants from the Aaron Siskind Foundation and the Illinois Arts Council. Matt also teaches beginning and advanced digital imaging at Columbia College Chicago and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Untitled - 2010

Oil on canvas

84 x 120 inches


Courtesy of Eileen Kaminsky


​Est. Value $15,000

Leonardo Silaghi


Silaghi’s paintings are intuitive and gestural with a narrative of ruin - of entropy, of decay, of decomposition. Within his grey abstractions one can glimpse broken conveyor belts, washing machines, crumbling cyclotrons, and sections of airplanes. The near-emblematic Silaghi grey serves as a constant reminder of the previously heavily industrialized economy in Silaghi’s home country - Romania - but it also implies a transformative process as it is mixed from black and white. Silaghi’s researched images of his country’s past capture only hints of the repression commonplace under Ceausescu. His paintings show the hulking ghosts of Communism. Yet his works seem to be hopeful, they suggest that his society is at the edge of something that will be very different, but what that will be is uncertain.

Silaghi attended Cluj Napoca University of Art and Design in Transylvania, Romania. The school has garnered tremendous recognition in recent years due to the success of graduates such as Adrian Ghenie, Serban Savu, and Marius Bercea. A decade and a half younger, Silaghi has no memory of life during Communist rule referenced in the pensive figurative paintings of the older generation. Silaghi has emblazoned his images of industry with bold chromatic gestures, creating fluid abstract patterns more aligned with Western art than with Eastern Europe.

Untitled - 2001

Oil on Wood

24 x 29 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $18,000

Ray Smith


Painter and sculptor Ray Smith was born in Brownsville, Texas in 1959, on lands that his family had settled in the early 19th century. He studied fresco painting with traditional craftsmen in Mexico, attended art academies in Mexico and the United States, and settled in Mexico City. Since 1985, he has divided his time between New York and Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Smith’s work is characterized by a unique kind of magical realism. He bends, twists, and transplants, creating illogical scenarios that are full of surprises and special effects. The artist often uses dogs and animals as anthropomorphic beings. “They are an entity of the human figure,” says Smith. “They are beasts, but they are directly attached to a blueprint of our own existence.”

Smith’s work has been widely exhibited in the United States and Mexico, as well as in Japan, Europe, and South America. He exhibited in the 1989 Biennial Exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City; the First Triennial of Drawings at the Joan Miro Foundation in Barcelona, Spain; and “Latin American Artists of the 20th Century,” an exhibition that traveled from Seville, Spain to the Musee National d’Art Moderne at the Pompidou Center in Paris, France; the Kunsthalle, Cologne, Germany; and the Museum of Modern Art, New York City. During the last two decades, Smith has had 50 one-man exhibitions. Smith’s paintings are in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art; Brooklyn Museum of Art; and Metropolitan Museum of Art, all in New York City; High Museum of Contemporary Art, Atlanta, Georgia; Houston Museum of Contemporary Art, Texas; Miami Art Museum, Florida; Wurth Museum, Kunzelman, Germany; Centro Cultural de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City; and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain. 

aa tree – 2011

Silkscreen print in six colors

on 320 gram Coventry Rag  paper

37 x 37 inches


Courtesy of Gary Lichtenstein Editions 


​Est. Value $4,000

Jessica Stockholder


Jessica Stockholder was born in Seattle in 1959 and grew up in Vancouver. She received her B.F.A. from the University of Victoria, British Columbia, and received an M.F.A. from Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut in 1985. Stockholder is a pioneer of multimedia, genre-bending installations that have become a

prominent language in contemporary art. Stockholder’s complex works incorporate the architecture in which they have been conceived, blanketing the floor, scaling walls and ceiling, and even spilling out of windows, through doors and into the surrounding landscape. Stockholder’s installations, sculptures and collages affirm the primacy of pleasure, the blunt reality of things and the rich heterogeneity of life. Her work has been exhibited at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, the Dia Center for the Arts, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; P.S. 1, New York; SITE Santa Fe; the Venice Biennale; the Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Switzerland; and the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Jessica Stockholder was a recipient of The Academy of Arts and Letters Art Award this past March, 2014. 

Cloudy - 2013

Acrylic on canvas

35 x 55 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $3,450

Randi Kristin Strand


Randi Kristin Strand, born 1959 in Valdres, Norway, studied graphic design in Oslo, founded the design company Blanke Ark i 1989, but now she only works as an artist.The last six years she have regularly traveled from Oslo to New York to get inspiration, she also had a show at a gallery in Chelsea. She isinterested in the human body in motion and in capturing the atmosphere of the vibrant New York street life and the contemporary urban life in this fast-paced city. Personal experiences, impressions and observation from a street corner, a Sunday in Harlem, subway, cafes and parks – these are momentsshe like to catch with her camera and then process on canvas with acrylic paint. In 2013 she travelled to New York and followed the footsteps of Simon & Garfunkel – by visualizing the CD collection „Tales of New York“. The text elements are an integral part of the visual expression she is used to as a graphic designer. Music plays an important role when she paint. During her working process she listen to a lot of music and visualize melodies and text in her paintings and she uses photographies as major subject.

Identification – 2014

Special indigo on denim canvas

28 x 28 inches


Courtesy of the artist 


​Est. Value $4,000

Hideki Takahashi


Hideki Takahashi draws from his past experience in the field of architecture and fashion to develop specific space by large-scale installations and paintings on denim canvas. A native of Tokyo, Japan, lives in Brooklyn, NY and works at his studio at MANA Contemporary.

Scull X - 2013

Oil on wood

47 x 31.5 inches


Courtesy of Elisabeth Ramfjord, Galleri Ramfjord


​Est. Value $1,150

Terje Thomassen


Terje Thomassen lives and works in Oslo. In many of his paintings you can find people in solitude, and in a state of melancholy or thoughtfulness. Lately he has been working on a series of animal and human sculls. Thomassen had his first solo exhibition in Gallery Ramfjord, March 2014.

Bottled Up - 2013

Oil and tar on canvas

40 x 40 inches


Curated by Eric Mavko 


​Est. Value $1,500

Siberian Emerald - 2013

Oil on canvas

18 x 24 inches


Curated by Eric Mavko 


​Est. Value $800

Noelle Timmons


Noelle Timmons grew up in California and studied at Laguna College of Art and 

Design. She studied painting, illustration and sculpture, and in the fall of 2011 began a 

master’s program at the New York Academy of Art. Now living on the east coast, her 

work is strongly influenced by the artificial aestheticism, social luster and chromatic 

landscape of California.


Red Ivy - 2012

Oil on canvas

24 x 24 inches


Courtesy of Mike Weiss Gallery 


​Est. Value $22,000

Christian Vincent


Los Angeles based artist Christian Vincent is not concerned with mastering anatomical expertise but rather with conveying a polemical undertone, and intentionally leaves the works in contentious balance, overlapping political propaganda and Pop culture. His figures, larger than human size, are turned into monumental objects that intimidate, demand attention, and inspire awe. The paint is thick but flat, since Vincent carefully sands down the remnants of his brushwork, symbolically removing his fingerprints from the works and allowing them to exist autonomously. Much akin to early to mid-twentieth century mass-printed wartime propaganda, the identity of the artist is usurped by the message of unity, solidarity and conformity. 

Untitled - No. 11 - 2014

Therefore I love painting - Series

Epoxy resin paint and acrylic glass


13 x 19.3 x 1.4 inches


Courtesy of the artist


​Est. Value $3,000


Guenter A. Werner


Guenter A. Werners œuvre shows a longstanding preoccupation with the idea of an abstract painting as a three-dimensional object. Even in pieces with a flat surface this becomes apparent. Currently the artist works on opaque acrylic glass to which he assembles plain and deformed `colorskins´. He uses a translucent epoxy resin paint, achieving impressive colors. Compositions with the easiness of sketches arise.

Werner´s unique abstract paintings create moments of special intensity and refer to the mystery and inconceivability of existence.                                                                     

The artist has shown widely in Germany, Austria , Poland and USA (New York). He lives and works near Frankfurt/Germany.

Disciple Sprite - 2014

Oil on canvas

24 x 24 inches


Curated by John Newsom 


​Est. Value $1,000

Eric Ross Wiley


ERIC ROSS WILEY, b.1988 Eric Wiley was born in Ft. Colins, CO, raised the son of a computer engineer in the suburbs of Boise, ID, was then transplanted into Brooklyn, NY where he was educated at Pratt Institute and currently lives and works to support himself as a part-time freelance graphic designer. His most-special inner treasures are his memories of weeks spent within the deep mountains of the Payette National Forest while working as a member of the Weiser trail crew. Do mountain yogi shangri-la's actually exist? Most recently he played through System Shock 2 for the first time and purchased Conker's Bad Fur Day for the N64. Together, with friends, far-away family members and co-workers, Eric, devout atheist, awaits first contact with extra-terrestrials, the development of artificial intelligence, interstellar transportation, and, finally, entrance into the forthcoming virtual oblivion.

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