NYFA Artists Featured on Artspace for Artists’ Fellowships 30th Anniversary

NYFA Artists Featured on Artspace for Artists’ Fellowships 30th Anniversary

You can now buy eighteen dynamic new works by six NYFA Fellows on Artspace

NYFA Curatorial continues the celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Artists’ Fellowship Program by featuring eighteen dynamic new works by six NYFA Fellows through our partnership with Artspace, a leading digital marketplace for fine contemporary art. With an aim to help artists create new connections and audiences, NYFA’s collaboration with Artspace provides an accessible online gallery designed to promote discovery and inspire your collection while supporting artists directly.

This curated collection of stunning new work features New York living artists, Theresa Bloise ‘10, Rebecca Chamberlain ‘12, Takuji Hamanaka ‘11, Emily Hass ‘12, Yashua Klos ‘14 and Jill B. Levine ‘05. From Jill Levine’s colorful geometric book-size gouache and pencil on paper drawings to Rebecca Chamberlain’s gorgeous large six-foot wide, Lithography ink on vintage tracing cloth diptych that features monochrome modern interiors, there is a wide selection of art to please every collector, decorator, and devoted art-lover.


NYFA is proud to partner with Artspace to help artists connect with new audiences. Visit Artspace’s dedicated NYFA page to view works for sale by Amy Cheng, (Fellow in Painting ‘90,’96), Frank Moore (Fellow in Film ‘88), and Lorna Simpson among others that could become part of your business or personal collection. A portion of your purchase will go towards supporting NYFA and the artists we serve.

Find out more about NYFA’s Curatorial Services for organizations and the Artists’ Fellowship Program, a $7,000 unrestricted cash grant awarded to individual artists living and working in the state of New York. NYFA has awarded over $27 million in unrestricted cash grants to over 4,400 artists since 1985.

Images, from top: Rebecca Chamberlain (Fellow in Painting ‘11) Nuetra/Lescaze, Public Housing Private Home, Homatorium Diptych, Lithography ink on fabric wrapped board; Theresa Bloise (Fellow in Painting ’10) Bit, oil on panel, 2012

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