Yale Epstein is currently featured in a major solo exhibition at the gallery: "Essential Forms". The exhibit runs extended through July 18, 2015, and includes 80 small geometric paintings and a number of serigraphs and photographs that relate to the new paintings, which he refers to as his Contemporary Modernist Series. Click HERE to link to our Current Exhibition page for details including artist and curator statements. In addition to the work on view in our main galleries, a significant number of earlier work is on view in our holdings gallery Summer Salon. Pricing for work in the current show ranges from $675 to $1800.
Yale has been a huge creative force for over 55 years. As teacher, master printer, painter, collage artist and, most recently, photographer, he is the embodiment of the consummate artist. His work is beautifully crafted, lovingly organized, and of the highest quality as enduring works of art. Various printmaking techniques are foundational for his current series, to which are added any number of processes - dry pigments, inks, wax, dyes, marble dust, graphite, varnishes, washes, etc. - until each piece feels "right". His is a very personal approach to making art but is also one that, according to the artist, "integrates his lifetime involvement with the visual legacy of the past, as well as contemporary culture." His work evolves and is sometimes repeatedly reworked - honoring a continual dialogue between his self and his work. His hope is that those viewing or purchasing his work will, also, find or experience a personal resonance and meaning with his art.