Please enjoy this video tour of our current exhibition, Maya Ruins Revisited, featuring photographs by William Frej.
Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce the publication and forthcoming release of William Frej’s book, Maya Ruins Revisited: In the Footsteps of Teobert Maler in October 2020. This fine art photography book on Maya ruins and an early Maya explorer and photographer, Teobert Maler, will be published by Peyton Wright Publishing, and distributed by ...
Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 9:30am-4pm and Saturdays from 10am-5pm.
Please enjoy this virtual walk-through of the historic rooms in the gallery’s current installation. Also be sure to check out the modern rooms here
Mammatus 2015 Oil on canvas 46 x 42 inches Signed and dated verso Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of the work of Elliott Green. Mr. Green has exhibited extensively since 1989, and is the recipient of numerous grants and fellowships, including a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Look for ...
August 2-31. Opening reception Friday, August 2, 5-7pm In his inaugural exhibition, Matthew Pendleton challenges judgement; a pencil in his hand becomes a sorcerer’s wand, conjuring a meditation on the first known manual of Japanese gardening, the Sakuteiki (“records of garden-making”) or a never-ending dream-time journal from the Kimberley region of western Australia. Pendleton’s line ...
Fritz Scholder (1937–2005) Indian with Rifle Acrylic on canvas, 1976 67.75 x 53.5 inches Born in Breckenridge, Minnesota, Fritz Scholder created the foundation of what is now known as contemporary American Indian art. His father was part Luiseno, a California mission tribe, and Scholder chose to focus his work on this part of his lineage, ...
Dos personajes atacados por perros, 1983 Mixograph on handmade paper, ed. 18/75 60.5 x 97 inches A native of Oaxaca in Southern Mexico, Rufino Tamayo’s father was a shoemaker, and his mother a seamstress.  Some accounts state that he was descended from Zapotec Indians, but he was actually ‘mestizo’ – of mixed indigenous/European ancestry.  He began ...
Francesco Gessi was one of the most talented disciples of Guido Reni (1575– 1642), with whom he collaborated in Rome, Ravenna, Mantua, and Naples. One of the most telling examples of this collaboration is the main altarpiece of San Salvatore, Bologna, representing the Savior and executed by Gessi in 1620 after a drawing by Guido. ...
New Sounds of Sleat, 1984 Oil on canvas 36 x 51 inchesSigned, titled, dated versoProvenance Private collection, New Mexico Exhibition history Katharina Rich Perlow Gallery, New York “When I speak of nature, I speak of the sky, because the sky has become all of it is most particularly the brooding, storm-ridden sky over the Sound of Sleat ...