Formless Threads & Stratified Dimensions Curated Exhibit

Posted by Roy Kinzer on July 30, 2016

The Falcon Power pop-up art project is a collaboration between New York metropolitan area developers and local artists.

Falcon Power’s latest exhibition is once again hosted at the magnificent space at 1414 Grand Street in Hoboken and runs from June 28, 2016 to September 10, 2016.

This exciting exhibition is curated by Roy Kinzer and features paintings by Tim Daly and Roy Kinzer, and a site-specific installation by KC Tidemand. The exhibition, Formless Threads & Stratified Dimensions, presents a study into the nature of urban rhythms, architectural structure, and unreal dimensions.

Press release for Formless Threads & Stratified Dimensions.

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Darkness & Light Exhibit @ Falcon Power West

Posted by Roy Kinzer on January 18, 2015

The Falcon Power pop-up art project is a collaboration between New York metropolitan area developers and local artists.

Falcon Power now moves to a magnificent space at 1414 Grand Street in Hoboken on December 5, 2015 for an exciting exhibition featuring the work of Tim Daly and Roy Kinzer. The exhibition, Urban Landscapes: Darkness & Light, presents a study into the nature of the urban environment, its dark underbelly, decaying infrastructure and hidden beauty.

Press release for Urban Landscapes: Darkness and Light

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Facebook Post – Private Collections in Public Spaces

Posted by Roy Kinzer on January 18, 2016

Another favorite fb page/blog of mine is Private Collections in Public Spaces. Here is a great article about a truly creative approach to hotel art.roy's facebook page

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“Spatial Planes & Timeless Dimensions” Curated Exhibit

Posted by Roy Kinzer on October 4, 2015

Falcon Power moves to 555 W 25th Street on October 8, 2015 for an exciting group exhibition that I’m participating in along with artists Zahra Nazari and Kirsten Nelson, curated by Akaash Mehta and Minna Packer. The exhibition, Spatial Planes & Timeless Dimensions, presents a study into the nature of spatial perspective, architectural history, and dynamic re-purposing.

Stop by on Thursday, Oct 8 for an opening reception with the artists from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.

Press Release for Spatial Planes & Timeless Dimensions

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Facebook Post – Kassel

Posted by Roy Kinzer on September 29, 2015

roy's facebook pageFinished Kassel, watercolor on aluminum, 24 X 40, it’s been on the back burner. Come see it in “Spatial Planes & Timeless Dimenions” opening Saturday October 3, 6:00 – 8:00pm, at Falcon Power NYC. 555 West 25th St.

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Facebook Post – Gowanus

Posted by Roy Kinzer on September 20, 2015

Roy's facebook pageGowanus 36″ x 48″ is almost ready for me to collage the roads.

Come see it next month at Falcon Power Chelsea, 555 West 25, Gr. Fl NYC, NY 10010.

Opening reception: Saturday, October 3rd, 6:00 – 8:00 pm.

The exhibition titled Spatial Planes & Timeless Dimensions is curated by Akaash Mehta and Minna Packer and is supported by 555 West 25 th Street.

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Facebook Post – Oct 8 Opening

Posted by Roy Kinzer on September 20, 2015

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If you’re in New York City on Saturday, October 3, 6:00 – 8:00 pm please stop by the opening at Falcon Power Chelsea, 555 West 25th St. New York, NY 10010

Spatial Planes & Timeless Dimensions is curated by Akaash Mehta and Minna Packer. It includes me, Zahra Nazari and Kirsten Nelson.

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Solo Exhibit @ Falcon Power West

Posted by Roy Kinzer on September 14, 2015

My solo exhibition is being hosted by the pop-up gallery Falcon Power West in Hoboken. The show is up until September 28, 2015.

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August 2015 Solo Exhibit @ Falcon Power NYC

Posted by Roy Kinzer on July 17, 2015

Come see my solo exhibition at Falcon Power NYC. The show will be up at least through August 2015.

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7 Ways to Start an Art Collection

Posted by Roy Kinzer on March 10, 2014

Many people don’t realize how easy it is to buy art, even on a limited budget. It might seem intimidating at first, but with a little research and creativity, anyone can purchase high-quality original artwork for less than the cost of some framed posters. Art collecting is a fun and rewarding hobby, and can really enrich your life. Here are 7 strategies strategies for starting your collection.

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