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August 23 - November 11, 2017

 

Artist’s Reception: Thursday, September 21, 6-9 pm

 

Small Works Variety Show

Dougherty Gallery @ Crescent Grill

38-40 Crescent Street (corner 39th Avenue)

Long Island City, NY  11101

 

A solo exhibition of paintings inclusive of:  watercolor/gouache on paper, and oil on linen or board. The subjects are people, landscape, urban or country.

 

Gallery is open during restaurant hours: www.crescentgrill.com

This fine art digital reproduction, commonly called a Giclee, is available under shop/print on this web site where you will also find information regarding its size, paper, framing possibilities, etc., or by contacting Elinore Schnurr directly through the contact page if you have a special request or questions.

SUNRISE AT THE EAST RIVER, oil on linen, 35'' in height and 122'' wide, was commissioned by H&D Maintenance Company in Long Island City, NY for their
conference room.

 

The view is of Manhattan with its many iconic buildings: the UN, the Chrysler, the Empire State, and the new World Trade Tower as viewed from Long Island City.

May 14, 2016

 

A POSSIBLE CONVERSATION (diptych), oil on linen, 74” x 110”, was commissioned by Forest City Ratner and is now permanently

installed in the Lobby of 80 DeKalb, a residential tower in Brooklyn.

 

Forest City Ratner hosted a Reception in the Lobby on May 14th to celebrate the event.

This fine art digital reproduction, commonly called a Giclee, is available under shop/print on this web site where you will also find information regarding its size, paper, framing possibilities, etc., or by contacting Elinore Schnurr directly through the contact page if you have a special request or questions.

AUGUST RUSH | GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL was commissioned by TF Cornerstone and is now permanently hanging in the lobby of 4540 Center Blvd in Long Island City.

 

LIC building welcomes mural by local artist

 

Elinore Schnurr creates permanent piece.

 

TF Cornerstone has commissioned a permanent art fixture for the lobby of one of their luxury residential buildings at 45-40 Center Blvd. in Long Island City.

 

The development company unveiled the piece entitled “August Rush Hour/ The Grand Central Terminal” at a reception held in the building’s lobby on Wednesday.

 

The painting captures the bustle of New York City’s transit station and was created by Elinore Schnurr, an artist whose studio is in LIC.

 

“We are excited that 45-40 will be the permanent home for this spectacular piece of art work,” said Sofia Estevez, executive vice president of TF Cornerstone. “‘August Rush Hour/ Grand Central Terminal’ truly captures the social and cultural diversity of New York City, which is also reflected in the residents of this building and that of the surrounding community.”

 

The artist and developers chose to capture the Grand Central Terminal because of its “iconic status,” proximity to Long Island City and place as a “vessel of opportunity for the millions of people who pass through the station every day.”

 

Schnurr is a contemporary figurative painter who has exhibited in major galleries and museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, [and is in the collections of museums such as] the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Museum of the City of New York, and the Museum of Fine Art in [St. Petersburg,] Florida.    [……] text added for clarification by artist

 

“Elinore is one of the most talented painters in Long Island City,” said Scott Walsh, director of market research. “The process of working on this piece over the past months has been a wonderful experience. We are very excited to continue our support of local artists within the community and pleased our residents will get to enjoy the painting every day.”

 

The building is one of six TF Cornerstone properties developed along the Long Island City waterfront in Hunters Point.

 

Article from Queens Chronicle online   1/16/2014

 

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