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Ebo Gallery/Ely Bock

ebo Gallery, open since 2007, features contemporary artists specializing in fine art and original prints. Artists represented include; Robert Kipniss, Paul Binnie Keiko Hara, David Shapiro, Judy Pfaff and Richard Lang Chandler.

Millwood

United States
Address:
89 Inningwood RD
10546
Phone: 914-432-5604
Website: www.eboGallery.com


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Artists Represented

Artists represented include; Robert Kipniss, Will Barnet, Richard Haas, Paul Binnie Keiko Hara, David Shapiro, Jane Goldman, Joshua Rome and Richard Lang Chandler.


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Current Exhibitions

SAGA 2010 New York Print Week Exhibition

SAGA, the Society of American Graphic Artists, in conjunction with ebo Gallery, is exhibiting a portfolio of works by its Member Artists during the Fall of 2010. The exhibit is intended to showcase the works of the SAGA Member Artists and to coincide with the New York Fine Art Print Week.

SAGA has a rich history. Its origins stretch back to 1915 when a group of printmakers founded the Brooklyn Society of Etchers. The following year, their first exhibit was at the Brooklyn Museum. In 1952 (several names changes later) the Society adopted its present title to reflect the all-inclusive membership which practices a full range of printmaking processes.

Mary Cassatt, Joseph Pennell, John Marin, Childe Hassam and John Taylor Arms were early exhibitors of SAGA. Over the years the membership has included most of America’s foremost printmakers.

Membership in the Society enables artists to show their work in New York City through important exhibitions with substantial awards. Many purchase awards have been acquired by major museum collections in the United States.

SAGA has long reflecte... [ Read all ]


Submission Policy

Submissions & Consignments

Artists interested in being represented by ebo Gallery should send their portfolio submissions via mail or email. We will return only those portfolios submitted with return postage.

We suggest you review our website to see the styles and quality of the artists we strive to represent. We are interested in original prints, paintings, sculpture and ceramics.

Artist submissions should include sufficient images to represent the range of their work, a description of their work, a curriculum vitae stating collections that include their work as well as shows and honors received.

Estates and collectors interested having artworks offered on consignment should contact the Gallery to discuss possible arrangements. Of particular interest are works by modern and contemporary printmakers/painters including:

Will Barnet,

Thomas Hart Benton,

Red Grooms,

Edward Hopper,

Alex Katz,

Blanche Lazzell,

Kasimir Malevich,

Joan Miro,

Pablo Picasso and

Ed Ruscha

along with printmakers of Modern and Contemporary Japanese Artworks from the Shin Hanga and Kindai Hanga periods; e.g.

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Press Releases

SAGA 2010 New York Print Week Exhibition

SAGA, the Society of American Graphic Artists, in conjunction with ebo Gallery, is exhibiting a portfolio of works by its Member Artists during the Fall of 2010. The exhibit is intended to showcase the works of the SAGA Member Artists and to coincide with the New York Fine Art Print Week.

SAGA has a rich history. Its origins stretch back to 1915 when a group of printmakers founded the Brooklyn Society of Etchers. The following year, their first exhibit was at the Brooklyn Museum. In 1952 (several names changes later) the Society adopted its present title to reflect the all-inclusive membership which practices a full range of printmaking processes.

Mary Cassatt, Joseph Pennell, John Marin, Childe Hassam and John Taylor Arms were early exhibitors of SAGA. Over the years the membership has included most of America’s foremost printmakers.

Membership in the Society enables artists to show their work in New York City through important exhibitions with substantial awards. Many purchase awards have been acquired by major museum collections in the United States.

SAGA has long reflecte... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

Millwood, NY.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Ely Bock - Director


Opening Times

By appointment