Thursday, June 2, 2011

Spotlight Artist Carolyn Duke













Our Spotlight Artist:
Carolyn Duke a fellow student of the School of Visual Arts also studied at the Arts Students League and the Greenwich Village Pottery Studio. Carolyn resides in Sullivan County. Her home is a mountaintop setting with views of the Delaware River Valley; which is great inspiration for her pottery.
Carolyn looks to the patterns and rhythms in nature for her inspiration. She is attracted to simplicity in form, finding the beauty in a pot captured in a single gesture. Although simple in form, an amazing amount of energy is captured in every piece. No two pots are ever the same.
Duke Pottery has an art gallery and gift shop featuring the work of photographer Dana Duke and chairmaker Peter Galbert, in addition to jewelry, rustic furniture, paintings, quilts, aromatherapy pillows, scarves, pastels, books, CDs, cards, wool, and maple syrup.
This is the perfect time of year to take a meandering drive to her studio & gallery. More information and directions to her studio can be found here:
http://dukepottery.com/

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Artwork Charles Gregory Woods
























Happy Mother's Day!'

"Being a mother is one of the highest salaried jobs... since the payment is pure love" Mildred Vermont


"Untitled" Stunning, Original, Chalk Drawing by Charles Gregory Woods;

Available for a limited time only at the PHGallery; $300

with a special incentive of 25% off!

Only if you mention that you saw it here on our blog, and voila!

Instant discount!

Also; Check out his new line of wear ables! Signed by the Artist available in twenty designs,

with custom orders available! You design it, he creates it!

Each shirt is like an original work of art!

Each one is slightly different, all of them are hand died and screened printed.

Yes... the old fashioned way!


The Models are our staff workers!

Kathy Showers, my new assistant, shall I say artist extrodinare!

Ashley is of course my daughter! Who unfortunately has no choice but to slave away!



Again Happy Mother's Day! And remember to keep creating!

Caroline




Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Christine Ferguson LIMITED TIME ONLY



It’s officially time to introduce you to Christine Ferguson!
Like the woman in the painting Rachael Brice,
A National Phenom!


Her award winning painting: Fluid
(A watercolor; approximately3’x4’ in size)


We will now be taking advanced orders for giclees,
Limited time only! Order yours today!
Just send a link to Philiphone@verizon.net

EAGLEFEST




Eaglefest:
For those of you who are Animal Lovers…
Saturday, January 16th in Narrowsburg NY
There is the “EAGLEFEST”
An Entertainment Event for the Conservation of our EAGLES!
I am attending; I’ m going to help out one of the artists on exhibit.
Live bird demonstrations, guest lectures, films, photography, poster auction, 5th annual nature and wildlife art show.
http://www.dveaglealliance.org/

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Shirts - A preview to our custom line!





The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak. ~Hans Hofmann, Introduction to the Bootstrap, 1993

Our famed artist Charles G. Woods is working on an exclusive line of shirts for the Philip Hone Gallery! Just a preview is shown, please feel free to give comments and suggestions!

Keep Creating!
Caroline Denaro

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Welcome Paula



Stones by Paula
Local artist Paula Murchison is now a member of the Philip Hone Gallery.
Her work has been chosen for the meticulous & unusual wiring technique applied.
Quality, craftsmanship and wow!
Five original works include this stunning ~ Shell & Turquoise Necklace, (shown) a show stopping stunner for only $90.00. Close to 30 pieces of shell including six large turquoise stones and four small ones.
Her work is unique and for those who want that statement piece.
Welcome aboard Paula, I can't wait to wear mine!

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Happy Birthday Ms. Suzannah Hadorn!




Another woman of Substance:
Suzannah Rhea Hadorn!
Whose birthday is today…

They say that age is all in your mind. The trick is keeping it from creeping down into your body. ~Author Unknown

As most artists paint what they are familiar with like their surroundings.
Suzannah is a unique artist with a secure sense of self. As a friend once wrote… “she is not about producing measurable recognizable results.” She draws from the inside… her soul.
More commonly known as shamanic drawings; she paints the spirits of that which are on her journey. The journey is seen relating to the 7-non physical senses, energy and the power of transcendence. Either personal or communal the drawings reflect the imagery the artist experiences.
This type of creating has been described as extremely hard.
As previously written:
This takes a lot of contemplation and courage to move beyond the restrictions of what we have been conditioned to think something objectively is. She passes through many veils in order to expose her uniqueness. Ms. Hadorn has an extraordinary artistic gift and with it she exercises the freedom needed to bring that gift from deep inside herself into the body of her works on paper. Her art is about soul searching, and connecting to the energetic pulse of what is going on around her.

Although she has shown her work in NYC, Brooklyn and various Pennsylvanian Art galleries, and two documentaries have been made about her…
I am proud and honored to have her here, at the Philip Hone Gallery, and above all to call her my friend.
I hope you all enjoy her works, Au Revoir! Caroline