Above is "Dark Blue, Slowly" a 2014 painting by Sasha Chermayeff to be featured in "Seven on Site Plus Two" an Exhibit of Nine Women Plein-Air Painters, in an Irish Victorian Mansion, from August 1-30th 2015.
Exhibition at Phillips Academy In Andover, Mass. from April 3, 2014-June 16th 2014
Famous Group show in Brooklyn New York
Sasha Chermayeff featured at Olana along with prominent artists such as Annie Leibowitz and Lynn Davis
Sasha Chermayeff shows with 6 other plein air painters for a powerful show of contemporary landscape
Capelli d'Agneli awards artists who are living and working cancer survivors. 2013 cash award.
Sasha Chermayeff's painting of the catskill creek was chosen from 180 paintings to receive a peoples choice award and be reproduced as a postcard to be for sale at the Historic Site.
A show of 13 exceptional Woman Atrtists who were invited to represent the gallery and its strong commitment to women in the arts, with Sasha Chermayeff chosen as the poster and mailer.
A solo exhibit of 34 new works on paper, of paper, about paper.
"Landscapes and their Many Moods" a show of 25 recent oil paintings done outdoors in the Hudson valley.
Opening November 3rd 6-8 pm. Please come!
Show dates November 2nd-December 22nd
All welcome to the opening, from 4-6 PM, this St. Patricks Day, on main street in Chatham, NY.
Artists raise attention and money for protection of global water sources. The work sold to Dorothy Lichtenstein, art patron and head of the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, generating funds to support clean water everywhere!!!!
This is a group show with artists using water as primary inspiration.
Great and Great Big Group Show, crazywild opening, that Phil and I will have to miss, on
"Paper" a group show
"In Her Sight", a group show of Four landscape Artists, opens to public Saturday September 3rd from 5-7 PM and runs through October 2 , 2011
All are invited to visit Sasha's studio
PROCESS-BASED MODES & ABSTRACTION: INTIMACY AND THE BIG PICTURE By Jon Mann
"The book art of Sasha Chermayeff similarly takes a popular format for its representation of a bright, abstract display, but as its accordion-style pages fold outward like a map, the forms of Chermayeff’s study of the Hudson River Valley flow across its pages creating a new, vivid horizon. The work operates, one discovers, between the small details of her outdoor looking, the hand-held image and the expansive landscape."
June 7th, 2011 Interview with artist Sasha Chermayeff regarding current exhibits, etc
Hudson River Contemporary: Works on Paper
A group show defining the current "Hudson River School" open from June 15th-September 15th, 2011
This year-long celebration funded by Hudson Valley Wine Magazine features plein air painting by Sasha Chermayeff created at Benmarl Winery. Featured in 2010 in Locust Grove Historic Site, Lyndhurst National Historic Site and currently on exhibit at M Gallery in Catskill, NY through July 23rd, 2011
Sasha Chermayeff studio open to the public by appointment only. Contact via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
above Sasha Chermayeff painting featured in powerful exhibition at Greene County Council on the Arts,
Preview catalogue of 2009 exhibit at BCB Art
Sasha Chermayeff Work on Paper
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See BCB ART website for gallery hours.
Sasha Chermayeff catalogue available at Blurb books.
Currently in group exhibit through summer 2011
by Kevin D. Murphy
" The sense of an archeological investigation of the landscape is present in the work of Sasha Chermayeff.
Thomas Cole (founder of the Hudson River School of Art in mid 1800's) Chermayeff notes, lived very near to where she does now: " Thomas Cole walked the very creek where I now live, looking for and finding the same ancient fossils and artifacts that I do today" Chermayeff translates these artifacts into large paintings that are, in turn, assembled into even larger groupings, thus magnifying her findings in a way that has the ability to turn the diminutive into the gigantic. Chermayeff has retraced the steps of Cole, and like Cole, she has made expansive works."