Gallery Reception: Kamilla Talbot & Michael Herstand
This reception is free and open to the public.
Light refreshments sponsored by Brewery Ommegang.
Food for sale on-site by The Tulip And The Rose Cafe, starting at 6PM. Enjoy a picnic and stay for the 8PM Mohsen Namjoo concert!
This show can be viewed during regular business hours, during performances and other events, and by appointment from July 5 through July 30.
Kamilla Talbot studied at the New York Studio School and The Rhode Island School of Design. Her oil paintings and works on paper have been exhibited in numerous group shows. Solo shows include The 360 Space, NY; Trygve Lie Gallery, NY; Charles P. Sifton Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Bruno Marina Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; and at the Johannes Larsen Museum, Kerteminde, DK (2002). She has shown in two-person shows with her husband Michael at the Nordisk Informationskontor in Flensborg, Germany (2012), and at the Johannes Larsen Museum (2007 and 2017).
Artist residencies include a fully-funded residency at the Vermont Studio Center, as well as grants to paint in Maine, Italy, Newfoundland, and Iceland. In 2013 she was awarded a full fellowship to the Austevoll/Marstein Fyr residency in Norway. From 2007–2017 she was the Artist in Residence for the National Park Service on Governors Island, NY.
She has taught at the The Art Students League; The National Academy; Brooklyn Botanic Garden; New York Studio School; New York School of the Arts, as well as privately.
Michael Herstand received a BFA in printmaking from the University of Iowa in 1984. He has been a master printer at three of the top full service fine art printmaking workshops in the United States: Vermillion Editions, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Tyler Graphics, Mt. Kisco, New York; and Spring Street Workshop (Pace Editions), New York. More recently, he has been making his own drawings and prints in his studios in Brooklyn, NY and Harpersfield, NY.
His work has been included in several group shows in the US, as well as two-person shows with his wife Kamilla at the Nordisk Informationskontor in Flensborg, Germany (2012), and at the Johannes Larsen Museum (2007 and 2017).
Artist residencies include a fully-funded residency at the Vermont Studio Center, as well as grants to paint in Maine, Italy, Newfoundland, and Iceland.