Adjunct Assistant Professor Edward Minoff in Exhibition at Cavalier Galleries
October 22, 2018
Visual Arts Adjunct Assistant Professor, Edward Minoff, is in exhibition at Cavalier Galleries in New York from October 17 to November 18. His work is in conjunction with the realist painter, Sarah Lamb, and their exhibit is entitled Sarah Lamb & Edward Minoff: Masters of Contemporary Realism.
The showing will feature over 15 new works from the artists including the first exhibition of Minoff’s large scale triptych, Foundation. According to the gallery’s website, “Minoff’s work is distinguished by his incredible detail and his signature subject matter. Minoff paints seascapes with both stunning accuracy and feeling, capturing the motion and atmosphere of the ocean as few artists can. His still life and landscape compositions are executed with delicacy and skill honed over his successful career." Offering a variety of painting, sculpture, and photography, Cavalier Galleries has offered an unparalleled selection of contemporary fine art for over 30 years.
Minoff’s studio paintings are long meditations on the sea based on his drawings, oil sketches and his deconstruction of his subject. His early career included co-founding the animation house AMPnyc, which produced commercials, promos and pilots for MTV, the Cartoon Network, Disney and ESPN. He has had solo shows of his paintings and drawings in New York and San Francisco. His work can be found in private and public collections including the The Bodleian Library at Oxford University, The United States Embassy in the Dominican Republic, and the New Britain Museum. He has taught at and serves on the board of directors for the Grand Central Atelier. He created and co-hosts Suggested Donation Podcast, which includes conversations with artists and other creative people.