oil on canvas
16 x 16 inches
Kerry Law is an artist and art teacher who lives and works in Ridgewood, Queens. He has had solo shows internationally. Recent solo shows in New York include Empire States at Camel Arts Project Space in Williamsburg and Kerry Law ‘nite at Storefront Bushwick Project Space. Recent group shows in New York include Between a Place and Candy curated by Jason Andrew at the 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery, City as Subject curated by Xico Greenwald at the Westbeth Gallery, Yearning Upwards curated by Emily Berger at the Painting Center, Clouds organized by Adam Simon at the Lesley Heller Workspace and Endless Summer curated by Gary Peterson at the Brian Morris Gallery. His work has also been seen in the Gift Shop at Valentine Gallery in Ridgewood and on the cover of City Journal magazine. His work has been reviewed in the Brooklyn Rail and the New Criterion. In 2012 he was a top ten nominated artist for GO: a community-curated open studio project organized by the Brooklyn Museum. Born in Westchester, New York he received his BFA in painting from Binghamton University, SUNY with Highest Honors and his MFA from Purchase College, SUNY.
“8/9/16 6:15am” is from a series of paintings of the sun reflecting off of the Empire State Building at dawn.