Tag Archives: Stephen (Istvan) Gyermek

Stephen Paints Ilena

Master Artist Stephen Gyermek gifted us with a remarkable portrait of IF.  This work marks a new style/exploration in Stephen’s portrait paintings.  He gave Ilena his customary fleshly treatment in oils, but chose a bold shape and placed her on … Continue reading

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From Budapest to the Valley

UPDATED 01/11/12:  From Budapest to the Valley –  Stephen Gyermek Retrospective Catalogs have been delivered and they are beautiful!  The catalog is a significant documentation of Stephen’s life and work and highly collectible.  We worked hard to keep the price low, … Continue reading

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Kunstlerleben Gallery Talk

Stephen, Miguel and I extend our sincere appreciation to the nearly 40 patrons who came to the Gallery Talk.  Stephen surprised us all, speaking for nearly 45 minutes!  He gave the audience an insightful and humorous survey of life events … Continue reading

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Kunstlerleben Opens

Kunstlerleben – From Budapest to the Valley… the Stephen Gyermek Retrospective opens today! We (IF=superpower) finished the install last night (after a marathon week) and the show looks quite amazing.  What Miguel and I had envisioned as a visual immersion … Continue reading

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Real Life

Special thanks to culture journalist extraordinaire Lori Gilbert (of The Record) who wrote a very fine piece about Stephen Gyermek and the upcoming retrospective exhibition, Kunstlerleben.  Craig Sanders’ photos are excellent and certainly capture Stephen’s spirit/art. http://www.recordnet.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20110603/A_LIFE/106030304/-1/a_life

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The first two promotions for the upcoming Stephen Gyermek Retrospective exhibition: SG Exhibition eAnnouncement SG eFlyer

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Who the hell is Stephen Gyermek?

I’m honored to co-curate an upcoming exhibition (Kunstlerleben : From Budapest to the Valley) this summer with Miguel Guerrero (Artist & Mentor Extraordinaire) featuring the amazing Stephen Gyermek.  Mr. Gyermek is truly a cultural treasure… art historian, master woodblock printmaker, … Continue reading

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