Gallery35 is pleased to present a solo art exhibit by John Devaney—a Murray Hill resident—who became an exhibiting member of the gallery in 2014
John Devaney has been exhibiting his cityscapes painted during his past 8 years of living in midtown Manhattan—parks, buildings, rooftops, and the flow of humanity surging through them. In a manner described as “Dickensian,” he reports on the endless changing shapes of people and their environments in a city half recognizable and half imagined.
John is a recipient of a National Endowment Fellowship in Painting, a Harvard Research Fellow in theVisual Arts, McDowell and Yaddo Residencies, and has been awarded mural commissions from the University of Connecticut, The Morgan Art Center, and the City of Cambridge. His paintings have been included in numerous museum and gallery exhibitions, including the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, the List Visual Art Center, the Danforth, Springfield, Boston Museum School, and the Lyman-Allan Museum.
To view the exhibit, please make an appointment by calling John at 617 967 2620.Visit his website to learn more about John’s work: http://www.johndevaney.com