This diptych by Canadian born, Brooklyn-based artist Amanda Marchand was recently acquired by a client, whose collection focuses on contemporary works on paper and photography. Marchand captures delicate moments in landscape with her intricate compositions. In this series, Marchand partners images from disparate locations to create a visual couplet.
An essential part of our practice includes visiting artist studios, galleries, and museums. These experiences provide continual opportunities to foster connections with the art community around us. When engaging with artwork in person, we gain a deeper connection which informs our best recommendations to clients.
The Mission Projects in Chicago represents artists from the United States and Latin America. Their exhibitions include a wide range of contemporary artwork, often experimental in nature, which explores cultural and societal issues. Michelle Magot's work struck a chord with us, using powerful color blocking and unique source materials.
This etching by renowned artist Judy Pfaff was acquired by a client whose collection focuses on postwar and contemporary American artwork. Pfaff is well-known for her experiments in printmaking techniques, airy abstract compositions, and multi-media installations. Her work can be found in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, and the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.