Rob Calvert

Ille Arts Holiday Show 2017

Sara De Luca's annual show runs from 2 December to 15 January in Amagansett, NY.
She has selected a work on paper from the 2017 series entitled "Art News" that uses 
local newspapers, lifestyle magazines and the artist's digital images. Other works from the series are available from Ille Arts.

Guild Hall Exhibition

The 79th Annual Members Exhibition runs from April 8 - June 3, 2017.
This year's entry comes from a new assemblage series that uses the ubiquitous 
cedar shingles from East End residential architecture covered with either house paint or metal leaf.

Conversations: Power of Tension on Vimeo

Esperanza Leon of ArtSolar leads a thirty minute conversation with architect David Griffin and artist Rob Calvert as they discuss the tension between art and its environment. From the installation at 12 West Henry Street, Sag Harbor, NY, fall of 2016.

The link containes conversations with artists in this exhibition. They include: Camille Perrottet and soon one with Jane Martin, Dalton Portella and Aurelio Torres.

Opening at George Billis Gallery Southampton

Five paintings will be in this group show at Billis' Southampton gallery. For the first time,  "Killing of the Bees" Nos. 1 and 2 along with "OpenClosed" will be shown. The exhibition runs through the month, September 2016. 

ArtSolar opens Other Side of Summer

Esperanza Leon continues her roving exhibitions with a different take on the season with "The Other Side of Summer" at 12 W Henry Street in Sag Harbor. The show runs through 4 September. Three works are included - NeitherNor, Desert Toll, Discontinuous Circles.

49th Annual Artists of the Springs Invitation opens 5 August

Nick Tarr curates this year's exhibition. His call for new work provides an easy push to work with influences and through memories of a June 2016 trip to Germany to see artists Roland Schon and Adelbert Heil, and to Hungary and Poland. One of six pieces of sculpture will be selected for Springs. Its title is in German, Benennen, meaning "to name."