January 2014

Posted by AmyCheng

January 2014

You are invited to a show

Time and Again
at
Central Booking
21 Ludlow St.
New York, NY

The opening is Thursday, Feb. 6
6:00-8:00 pm.

The show runs Feb. 6 – March 30, 2014.
I have three small paintings in the show.

Incubus

I am also having a solo show

Amy Cheng: Irrational Exuberance

Tower Fine Arts Gallery
University of New York at Brockport

Tuesday, Feb. 11 from 4:00-5:00 is the opening.
The show runs Jan. 28 – Feb. 23, 2014.
There is an exhibition catalog. A PDF of the catalog is available on this site under News and Links

catalog cover
If you are ever at the Lambert-St. Louis, International Airport you can see two waterjet-cut ceramic tile murals I installed.

Nucleic Life Formation
measuring 11 x 15-ft and 6 x 24-ft are located near the airport’s MetroLink Station.

St. Louis wide

St. Louis 1      detail circles

St Louis4

Photo of finished project: Richard Sprengeler. Installation photos: Jeffrey Lea

 

I have received a commission from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Metro Creative Services to design a set of canopies for one of the L.A. Silver Line stations. This is one of my proposed designs.

Canopy in situ

 

I was interviewed by CUNY TV for a feature called Study with the Best. My short segment starts at about 17:30 minutes into the program. It is followed by an interview with Robert Hickman who designed and fabricated the elegant and understated West 72nd St. Subway Station project. After him there’s a segment on Lucy McKenzie, a young Scottish artist who is very interesting.

To view the segment search online for: Study with the Best Amy Cheng

I visited Amsterdam in January. Here are a couple of photos taken in Rembrandt’s House. He lived here for nineteen years at the height of his success (1639-58). But he must not have been very good at managing money because in nineteen years he managed to pay off less than half his mortgage. He ended up bankrupt losing the house and all the household goods, moving to a smaller house where he lived the rest of his life.

rembrandt

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