G A L L A R U S Contemporary and Renaissance Art Katonah NY
Reception for our recent Speaking Out: Art in a Time of Upheaval contemporary art group show.
Mary Courtney and Marianne McShane in an Irish Homecoming Concert.
Oil painting by Samantha Kaplan in our Sacred: Space exhibition
Intrinsic America, Exhibition of Photographs by Stephen Bezas
Group Exhibition from 2018 addressing gender, race, environmental, immigration issues.
Marilyn Glass Monotype on Paper
High school students visiting our Sacred Space exhibition
Lorraine Stundis, New York City Street. Film Photograph 1994
I Can't Breathe, Mario Joyce Harper oil on canvas from the Speaking Out Exhibition
"The Head and the Heart: Portrait Sculptures Across Cultures and Centuries" Exhibition
Christopher Rubin, Tone Study IV Monoprint
Kiki Smith, Signs 2018. Photogravure with color pencil additions
Abraham Janssens 1575-1632 Mary Magdalen during cleaning.
Bow, laminated wood circa 1950 in High Design exhibition
The Aquarius He Is by Nicole Molinari Oil on canvas
Lisa Abzun, Monotypes and a Buddhist Stone Head
Thomas Doyle, Mire Mixed Media in our Speaking Out Exhibition
The Penitent, Stav Appel Woodblock Print
The Martyr, carved wood with pigment
Grosvenor's Squares performing in the gallery
Sweet Land of Liberty Series
Photograph with Painted Model
17th Terracotta Effigy of a Saint
Ducati MH900 Evoluzione Motorcycle 2001-2002
Designed by Pierre Turbinate
Gilt Bronze Corpus from the Early 1500's
Sean Patrick Gallagher
These Wine-Dark, Warming Currents From our Speaking Out current events Exhibition. Oil paint on board
Igbo Tribe Mask and Italian Od Master Drawings in the Head and the Heart: Portrait Sculptures Across Centuries and Cultures exhibition.
Margaret Roleke Bully Print on Paper form our Speaking Out Exhibition
Detail of a 16th Century French Fireback with the Royal Crest
Stop Playing It Safe exhibition of works on paper. Lisa Abzun's monoprints in foreground.
Recent summer concert with Andy Kuusisto and Ed Cusati
Sculptures from the 12th through the 16th Century
Visitors and Performers Working in Times Square by Gregory Muenzen
Untitled, Monoprint on vellum.
Staging My Own Death, Graphite on Paper by Michael Tarbi
Contemporary Oil Painting by Mark Jager
Early Pen and Ink Drawing by Taddeo Zuccaro and a Panther in Bronze After the Model by Tetrode 1525-1587
Sean in West Falmouth, Massachusetts
Jan Claudius de Cocke's Allegory of Truth circa 1600
Singer songwriter Mary Courtney and a young member of the audience after a concert in the gallery.
Speaking Out: Art in a Time of Upheaval Group Exhibition.
Rene Carlson and Rob Hammel performing American Roots Music in the gallery
Volumes from a Black Library by Shiela Hale
Bike Messenger, Friar and Flower Seller on the Steps of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva in Rome
Indian Miniature painting of a princess.
Composition with Torn Billboard on the Bowery
“Grandma’s TV Room”
Archival Pigment Print
The Open Shared Creative Table on an evening in the gallery
16th Century Portrait Medal of Giulia Pratonieri as the Goddess Diana
Visitors to our Speaking Out contemporary art group exhibition
Exhibition of drawings made on the NYC subway trains
Gallery Talk with Stav Appel on 16th Century Woodcuts for Tarot
From an Old Master Drawings study day in the gallery
A Collaborative Artwork Created with the Community and Presented in Conjunction with Bedford 2020.
Tom Hanlon with Danny O'Keefe and Norbert Goldberg in concert
Exhibition of Works on Paper by Marilyn D. Glass
From one of our evenings drawing the model in the gallery with live jazz
Downtown Express Train, New York City
“Her Father’s Daughter (Ivanka Trump with Roadkill)”
Oil paint, Tar and Asphalt on Wood Panel
Sunrise Katonah, an environmental group of high school students seeking a Green New Deal making signs as part of an international Climate Strike day of protest on March 15.
16th Century Florentine Sgabello Chair in the High Design Exhibition
From an afternoon of drawing in the gallery
Art Instruction by Gregory Muenzen
1122 band performing in the gallery
White Barn by Stephen Bezas, Photograph mounted on panel
Idoma Tribe Carved Wood Mask
86th Street, from a street photography series made in NYC.
The gallery on Katonah Ave is closed but we continue to feature contemporary and Renaissance works of art works on display in our Katonah studio which is open by appointment.
About A contemporary art Gallery first begun As A gallery on Katonah Ave now a by-appointment art studiolo in Katonah NY, Gallarus is named after an 8th Century minimal Stone room built for Contemplation On the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland. Our space similarly is a place for contemplation and community.
Services Contemporary Art and Early European Sculptures, Old Master Paintings, and Drawings for sale. Please Contact Us to Be notified of our new inventory and Upcoming community Events.