Client: Woodstock Artists Association Museum
Location: Woodstock, NY, United States
Completion date: 2014
Artwork budget: $100,000
Randall Schmit Studio
Res Nova Art Advisory
Solo exhibition of canvas paintings in a 2000 square foot public gallery located on Tinker Street in Woodstock, NY.
The artist designed a room of nine canvases that interacted with each other, creating an environment of a parallel world. Paintings were arranged in a manner that evoked narrative and structural associations between the pictures. Hung individually as well as in diptych and triptych groups, the action of each painting referenced those in its orbit, with each acting as a counterpoint for the entire system.
Randall Schmit is a twice Recipient of the Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation Individual Artist's Support Grant (2011, and 2014); and 2013 Recipient of the Berkshire-Taconic A.R.T. Foundation Grant. He is a recipient of the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant; and the US Consulate General Invitational Travel Grant (Istanbul, Turkey); He recently traveled to Cuba on a Fellowship with the American Friends of the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba. His paintings are included in the Permanent Collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY); the New Orleans Museum of Art, Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art (Malibu, CA), and many others.