Margaret Zox Brown @ Kaufman Arcade Garment District Space for Public ArtKaufman Arcade 132 West 36th Street
The latest in our ongoing series of public art exhibits is on display now in the Kaufman Arcade, showcasing eight vibrant oil paintings designed by New York City-based artist, Margaret Zox Brown.
Located inside the Kaufman Arcade building on 132 West 36th Street and 139 West 35th Street, the free exhibit is on display throughout the building lobby, and is accessible to the public from December 8th through January 30th. Margaret’s installation is part of the Garment District Space for Public Art program, which showcases district-based artists in unusual locations throughout the year.
The exhibit features a series of eight vibrant, colorful oil paintings titled, And the Tree Beareth Fruit, In the Couch, Victorious Lemons, Mischievous Muse, Work Boots, Connecting, Borrowed Beauties and Past Light. Beginning with exquisitely rendered drawings, each paint application varies in texture in order to achieve graceful lines, defined shapes and dynamic colors that will establish complex paintings, each with a fresh and unique concept.
A native New Yorker, Margaret has been painting, exhibiting and selling artwork for 27 years, and has been crafting her designs in the Garment District Studios for the past 11 years. A colorist of Expressionist oil paintings, her artwork is currently inspired by figures, fruit and flowers, and is on permanent display in several notable restaurants throughout New York City. Margaret has participated in numerous exhibitions in Garment District venues, and her work is part of various private collections throughout the world.