Wednesday, June 18, 2008

New Hubers, 50 cm x 65 cm




I can't resist posting three more of the lovely Alexandra Huber pieces which are in the gallery. She is famous for her smalls, but the larger pieces are stunning and never fall asleep on the wall. It was a thrill several years ago to meet Alexandra, who is from Germany, and her husband, at the Outsider Art Fair in NYC. This year the Fair will be moved from the Puck Building to the The Mart at 7 West 34th Street and the new dates are January 9th through the 11th. This is a must see show, featuring self-taught and outsider artists from around the world, and celebrating it's 17th year in New York. Huber's works are available year round here, as well as elegant catalogues of her European shows.

13 comments:

Kathryn Usher said...

Nifty site and art. One of these days I'll email you a picture of my voo doo doll head and blue glass bottle shrine. I'm a self taught "arter" who uses found materials from the old historic homes in my Southern neighborhood.

BeverlyKayeGallery said...

Kathryn:
Your doll sounds intriguing! I'd love to see it!
Thanks for your comment.

Abby Creek Art said...

Wow, I would love to see her work on a large scale. Beautiful!

BeverlyKayeGallery said...

If you ever get to the Outsider Art Fair in January in NYC, Wassserworks Gallery from Germany brings a lovely selection of her large pieces. Some of her oils are six feet square and breathtaking.

Astrid Lee, We Are One World Healing said...

These works remind me of Corneille, the Dutch artist. Very nice works.

btw. PLEASE do include a post for the next No Name for Art carnival at eARTfair dot com . We would love it!

BeverlyKayeGallery said...

Astrid:
Thank you for your post. I love the "Black Girl in the Room" by Corneille at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. It does have the feel of Alexandra's work. The Cobra artists do have a lot in common with her style.
Please let me know when the next "No Name for Art Fair" is scheduled.
Thanks you so much!

steve said...

What an excellent blog you've got going here. Great feature too! The American museum of Visionary art is one of my personal favorite places to visit, and Raw Vision is an excellent mag (wish it was cheaper here in the states). Hope to see more great work here!

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Bruce Docker said...

Beverly, Thanks for the nice comments about my paintings on blogged. I discovered them by accident, which allowed me to find your wonderful gallery. I haven't looked through them all yet, but I will. Thanks again, Bruce

martin wittig said...

These are great!!:)

Todd Camplin said...

love the colors and the shapes. nice to feature and outsider art that seems to use some of the contemporary art language.

Richard Womack said...

A touch of Finster...Nice site

Beverly Kaye Gallery said...

Richard:
Hmmmm Howard Finster? I'm more inclined to see Dubuffet and/or Basquiat, but whatever the reference, I am in love with her work! Thank you for stopping by and for your compliment.