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Trey Speegle: The Flower Show

May 18 - June 30. Opening; Sat, May 18, 5-7PM

Trey Speegle, 111 Reasons To Love You (91. adventurous) 2007, letterpress & mixed media on paper, 7 x 9” each (set of 4 monoprints)

Trey Speegle, 111 Reasons To Love You (91. adventurous) 2007, letterpress & mixed media on paper, 7 x 9” each (set of 4 monoprints)

Using one of the world’s largest collections of vintage paint-by-number paintings, artist Trey Speegle uses humor, affirmations and word play to create work with a broad, pop appeal. In 2006 Speegle discovered a rare paint by number of a flower vase on masonite and recreated it as an image he has repeated in paint, collage, letterpress, silkscreen and mixed media, altering the classic flower still life to produce his most prolific series, Reason To Love You/Me.


69/19: Woodstock, Stonewall & the Moon Landing

July 13 - Sept 1. Opening; Sat July 13, 5-7PM
Woodstock Party: Sat, August 17, 5-7 PM

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In the summer of 1969, three historic events happened; the Woodstock concert celebrated with 3 days of music peace and love, the Stonewall riots , the beginning of the LGBTQ movement happened in NYC and the U.S. landed a man on the moon. Artist Trey Speegle asked fellow artists and friends Alan Belcher, Jack Early, Danielle Krysa, Scooter LaForge, Adrian Milton, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Martha Rich and Matthew Sporzynski to interpret any or all of these events for this historic exhibit, just minutes from the Woodstock site, now Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, where Speegle is a teaching artist.


80s Art & Ephemera

Sept 14 - Oct 27. Opening; Sat, Sept 14, 5-7PM

Keith Haring, spiral bound, signed Tony Shafrazi Gallery catalogue, designed by Dan Friedman with drawing and silver foil stickers, 1982

Keith Haring, spiral bound, signed Tony Shafrazi Gallery catalogue, designed by Dan Friedman with drawing and silver foil stickers, 1982

Moving to NYC in 1980, artist Trey Speegle was part of the downtown art and club scene by night and the uptown publishing scene by day. This exhibit highlights printed material and artwork from the era from Speegle’s collection, including photographs and ephemera of and by Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Kenny Scharf, Jean-Michel Basquiat and others.