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The McKenzie Fine Art Gallery has been around since 2002 and moved from the Chelsea neighborhood to the Lower East Side in 2012. It focuses on artists who are mid-level in their career, and utilize painting, sculptures, and drawing as their primary medium, or a mixture of them.
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There have been dozens of artists who have been able to showcase their talent at the McKenzie Fine Art Gallery. Some of those artists include: Julie Allen, Ann Aspinwall, Paul Corio, Lori Ellison, Tom Leaver, Jean Lowe, and Maureen McQuillan.
Take a look at the current, upcoming, and one of the past exhibitions:
Current and upcoming exhibits
- "From the Dining Room Table" by Laura Sharp Wilson (November 4 – December 18, 2022)
- Rob de Oude (January 6 - February 12, 2023)
- Jean Alexander Frater, Danielle Mysliwiec; Rob de Oude (2021) All three of these artists brought together their talent to showcase to the world, by using textiles, and weaving into their paintings.
- Pete Schulte: The Train and the River (2021) The genius behind Schulte’s work is the use of simple forms, architectural spaces that are at once intimate and filling up all available room with love. This duality can be seen in what’s inside as well-it may not always make sense but there will always something stimulating about these drawings for you to explore on your own time!
Where is the McKenzie Fine Art Gallery located?
You can find this art gallery in the heart of the Lower East Side of Manhattan (one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city). The address of McKenzie Fine Art is 55 Orchard Street (between Hester Street and Grand Street)
What can you do after visiting McKenzie Fine Art?
If you want to visit more art galleries, I recommend the Krause Gallery, the Marc Straus Gallery or the Foley Gallery. If not, you can go to one of the many great bars on the Lower East Side. Two of my favorites are The Back Room and Fools Gold NYC, both just three blocks away. And again, just one block away is the famous Katz’s Delicatessen.
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