The Affordable Art Fair

I spent a lovely few hours recently in Manhattan at The Affordable Art Fair, an eclectic exhibit of emerging artists from around the world. Among my favorites:

The painting on the left is by Mat Barbor Kennedy,  who specializes in the beauty of the urban environment and the bricks and mortar, plaster, concrete and steel that are its building blocks.

Next is Noel Myles, who uses 19th Century photographic processes and a patchwork style to create black and white and color images with a hypnotic sense of depth and detail.

Finally, Jeff Fontaine’s art focuses on the innate beauty created as manmade objects break down and naturally age. His “quilted” metal panels have a stark, captivating appeal.

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