Current Exhibition

Kevin Larmon
17 Seconds

June 30-August 1, 2021
Viewable in-person during WKC events or by appointment

For over three decades, Kevin Larmon has received critical acclaim for creating paintings that lyrically explore the divide between abstraction and referential imagery. His work has been associated with the post-conceptualism and neo-conceptual art movements, which were prominent aspects of exhibitions of the early 80s East Village Gallery Nature Morte and with critics/curators Tricia Collins and Richard Milazzo shaping the nature of painting after the rise of conceptual art. Larmon was also associated with Feature Inc., a gallery that was first established in Chicago in 1984, and eventually moved to New York City. His work is included in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas, Austin among others. He is the recipient of an Atlantic-Pacific Fellowship and a Pollack Krasner Foundation grant. Larmon is a retired Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Art, Design, and Transmedia in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University, NY. He received a BFA from Harper College, S.U.N.Y., Binghamton, and currently resides in upstate New York.

Click for:

TANGLE – 2020 -12”x12″
WIZARDS – 2021 – 18”X18”
SENTENCE/RIVER – 2020  – 18”x18”
DIVISION – 2020 – 18”X18″
IN/UNFORMED – 2021 – 18”x18”
PARAGON – 2020 – 18”X18”

Upcoming Exhibitions

Flora and Fauna, Group Photography Show – August 3 – August 31, 2021
Amy Helfand – Maxine Henryson – Alan Herman – Jose Picayo – Sohail Zandi

WKC Annual Invitational Benefit Auction – September 3 – September 27, 2021

Vera Nelson Powley – Costume and Fashion Work – September 29 – October 25, 2021

Past Exhibitions

Chris Martin + Tamara Gonzales: A Dialogue

May 28-June 27, 2021
Curated by Alan Herman

Our first gallery show of 2021 featured new works by Brooklyn/Bovina-based abstract painters Chris Martin and Tamara Gonzales. Click here for exhibition details.

(above) colors of music by Charlie Bremer; (header image) untitled by Joan Nelson

2020 WKC Benefit Art Auction
through Sept 28, 2020

Featuring works generously donated by

Temma Bell • Charlie Bremer • Caitlyn Davey • Leonard Dufresne • Harriet Dunne • Lisbeth Firmin • Anne Gohorel • Bobbi Goldman • Lanny Harrison • Annie Hayes • Alan Herman • Michael Herstand • Liz Hoheusle • Richard Kathmann • Kevin Larmon • Editha Mesina • Joan Nelson • Vera Powley • Werner Rentsch • Alexander Michael Sader • David Sundberg • Kamilla Talbot

2019 Exhibitions

Fiber Show

Featuring the work of Clara van Beek, Bobbi Goldman, Elana Herzog, Marianne Neuber
Exhibit runs May 13 through June 4
Reception: May 26, 5:30-7PM

Jim Sullivan

Fire Paintings and House Dresses
Exhibit runs June 7 through July 1
Reception: June 8, 5:30-7PM

Kamilla Talbot and Michael Herstand

Watercolors and Ink Drawings: A Dialogue
Exhibit runs July 5 through July 30
Reception: July 6, 5:30-7PM

Photography Group Show – “White House”

Featuring the work of Sue Daley & Steve Gross, Wenda Habenicht, Alan Herman, Perri Hoffman,David La Spina, Tess Mayer, Editha Mesina, Bruce Polin, Rosa Polin, David Sundberg.
Exhibit runs August 6 through August 27
Reception: August 10, 5:30-7PM

2019 Small Works Benefit Exhibit

Closing reception: September 22, 4-7PM.

This year’s benefit exhibit featured exceptional works by

Temma Bell • Gary Bower • Charlie Bremer • Karin Bremer • Gayle Brown • Ursula B. Carr-Bower • Caitlyn Davey • Wijnanda Deroo • Jehed Diamond • Leonard Dufresne • Cindy Dunne • Bobbi Goldman • Richard Friedberg • Wenda Habenicht • Lanny Harrison • Kirsten Hassenfeld • Annie Hayes • Alan Herman • Michael Herstand • Liz Hoheusle • Tracy Jacknow • John Jackson • Richard Kathmann • Marilynn Gelfman Karp • Abby Kinsley • Rose Mackiewicz • Sarah Meredith • Joanna Murphy • Joan Nelson • Barb Palmer • Gerry Gomez Pearlberg • Alexander Sader • Rod Sauquillo • Jim Sullivan • Kamilla Talbot • Trevor Wilson

Images: (from left) Bobbi Goldman, Charlie Bremer, Richard Kathmann, Richard Friedberg