*The gallery will be closed until further notice to exercise precaution under the current circumstances. We will post updates soon outlining extended dates for Satish Joshi's 50 Year Retrospective.
Celebrating Satish 1969 - 2019
Five Decades of Work
March 13th – April 2nd, 2020
Friday, March 13, 6-9 pm
"UrbanLights #32", 36"x48", Mixed Media on Canvas (top left)
"Susan's Pond #44", 36"x36", Mixed Media on Canvas (bottom left)
"Out of the Past", 12', Limestone (above)
Saturday, March 14, 4-6 pm
Sunday, March 15, 1-3 pm
Friday, March 20, 5-7 pm
Sunday, March 22, 3-5 pm
Thursday, March 26, 5-7 pm
Sunday, March 29, 1-3 pm
Tuesday, March 10 at 6pm - Riverdale Country School Alumni Preview Reception
Saturday, March 28 at 7pm - An Evening of Jazz
Sunday, March 29 at 5pm - Wine Tasting by Stew Leonard’s Wine Buyer
Thursday, April 2 from 6-7pm - First Thursday Gallery Hop and Closing Reception
For Immediate Release:
Celebrating Satish 1969 – 2019: An Exhibition of Five Decades of Work
March 13 – April 2, 2020/Opening Reception Friday, March 13, 6-9 pm
Warburton Galerie will present a solo exhibition in honor of Satish Joshi’s 50th anniversary in the United States showing an extensive body of his work featuring paintings, prints and sculptures, including many never-before seen works.
A prolific visual artist and educator for five decades, Satish has produced a large volume of work spanning a variety of series and materials. All of his output is unified by an exploration of light, color, dimension, texture, which he combines in highly personal ways to express his reverence for the forms of the natural world. Working in the mediums of painting, sculpture and printmaking, he is best known for achieving distinctive effects through experimental techniques. He pioneered a unique printmaking process which he has continued to refine over the decades. His approach to painting is equally unconventional; mixing acrylic modeling paste, gesso and oils to achieve his signature three-dimensional effects on the canvas. His paintings and prints have a close visual relationship with his work in stone and steel.
Satish’s artwork has been exhibited steadily for five decades and featured at venues including Bronx Museum of Art in Bronx, NY; Columbia University in New York, NY; Queens Museum of Art in Queens, NY; Consulate General of India in New York, NY; Tabla Rasa Gallery in Brooklyn, NY; National Arts Center in New York, NY; Elaine Benson Gallery in Bridgehampton, NY; College of St. Rose in Albany, NY; Lois Richards Gallery in Greenwich, CT; Patricia Judith Gallery in Boca Raton, FL; Clark Whitney Gallery in Lenox, MA; Rodger Lapelle Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; and Cygnus Gallery in San Diego, CA.
A passionate advocate for the arts in his community, he has inspired generations of young artists at Riverdale Country Day School, where he was a member of the Visual Arts Department from 1974-2011. He is currently Artist-in-Residence at the School of the Holy Child in Rye, New York. Satish was a founding member of Art on Main Street in Yonkers, and he served on the Board of Directors of Phoenix Gallery in New York City for many years. He currently lives and works in Yonkers, New York.
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