Exhibitor listing
  • The Inception of Blue - Jeff Muhs
  • Black Candy - Barbara Segal
  • SMS - Kevin Berlin
  • Going Nowhere Fast - Jeff Muhs
  • Graceful Goth - Adriana Carvalho
  • Tour of the Dragon - Jeff Muhs

McNeill Art Group

PO Box 461
Southampton, New York 11968
United States
T  631 838 4843
E-mail address : mcneillartgroup@mac.com
Website : http://www.mcneillartgroup.com

Exhibitor's Artists:

Perry Burns
Biography :
Born in New York City, Perry Burns has lived throughout the northeast U.S. and currently lives and works in East Hampton, N.Y. He has traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and many far eastern countries – India, Turkey, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Morocco, Nepal, and Thailand – and studied and worked with many world-renowned photojournalists, including David Bathgate, Ron Haviv, Robert King and Jared Moossy. Burns has lived, painted and photographed in East Hampton, Long Island for the past 20 years. He graduated with a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, received his Masters in teaching from Colombia University and has studied at the Institute De Allende in San Miguel, Mexico. Exhibition :
Born 1965 New York, N. Y.

1994 Teachers College – Columbia University, New York, N.Y., MA
1988 Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, R. I., BFA
1988 Instituto de Allende, San Miguel, Mexico

Solo Exhibitions
2012 ‘A Picture’s Half Silence’, Sara Nightingale Gallery, Watermill, N.Y.
2011 ‘Karma Icons’, ARC Fune Arts, Larchmont, N.Y.
2010 ‘Equinox’, Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, N.Y.
2009 ‘Supernova’, Anelle Gandelman Gallery, Larchmont, N.Y.
2008 ‘Karma Punks’, Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, N.Y.
‘Sky’, Sylvester & Co. Gallery, Amagansett, N.Y.
‘Torrents’, Anelle Gandelman Gallery, Larchmont, N.Y.
2007 ‘Earthly Delights’, 212 Gallery, Aspen, CO
‘Utopiology’, Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, N.Y.
2005 ‘Perry Burns - New Work’, Islip Art Museum- Islip, N.Y.
~ScopeLondon, Scope Art Fair - London, UK
‘The Sounds of Color’ Cheryl Hazan Gallery - New York, N.Y.
2004 ‘Flux’ Lizan Tops Gallery - East Hampton, N.Y.
2002 ‘Perry Burns, New Works’- Sara Nightingale Gallery - Watermill, N.Y.
2001 Comerford Hennessey – Bridgehampton, N. Y.
2000 Comerford Hennessey – Bridgehampton, N. Y.
1999 ‘Perry Burns’, ISB Gallery – Providence, R.I.

Group Exhibitions
2012 ‘Amagansett Armageddon’, Neoteric Fine Art, Amagansett, N.Y.
‘Past & Present’, Silas Marder Gallery, Bridgehampton, N.Y.
2011 ‘Artists Choose Artists’ – The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY
ArtHamptons, Art Fair, Beth McNeill Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
‘3 Visions’, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT
2010 ArtAspen, Art Fair, Aspen, CO
2009 ArtHamptons, Art Fair, Bridgehampton, NY
2008 ‘Chiaroscuro’, Andrea Schwartz Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2007 ‘Selections’, Spaniermen Gallery, East Hampton, NY
‘The Red Show’, Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, N.Y.
2006 ‘Long Island Abstraction’, Spanierman Modern, New York, N.Y.
‘Triptych’, 21

Adriana Carvalho

Adriana Carvalho - Graceful Goth
Graceful Goth
Tapp Francke

Jeff Muhs
Biography :
Jeff Muhs was born in Southampton, New York on June 24th 1966. His father, a sculptor and third generation hunting and fishing guide, instilled in Jeff an intimate knowledge of their local natural environment. Thus the barrier beach of Long Island’s south shore would later become the heart of the inspiration for Jeff’s work. It was in these early years that Jeff; also a world champion sculptor first learned the art of wood sculpting from his father. It is this traditional and exacting art form that developed in Jeff a dedication and penchant for excellence he has carried throughout his life. From 1984 to 1988 Jeff attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City, from which he received a Bachelors degree in Fine Art. It was there that he had his first formal art training and developed the techniques and tastes that would later shape his artistic aesthetics. It was through his own analysis of art history and what he learned that Jeff began the evolution toward what his work constitutes today. Muhs is largely known for his work as a painter, exhibited in galleries, collections and museums nationwide. Continually inspired by the light and water and horizon that surround him, his painting has undergone an evolution from its beginnings of literal depictions of his environment, a journey of synthesis and simplification, roughly paralleling the history of twentieth century art. The inspiration is the same, but the works are reduced to the point of abstraction, with a modernist touch. Recently set on re-exploring his sculptural background through the vast array of refuse and industrial materials, Jeff relates our connection to, and stewardship of the environment through various sculptural formats. Muhs takes a fresh look at 50's modern furniture in his new Emirate collection. Using updated materials such as baltic birch and modern laminates, Muhs distills archetypal designs with a sculptural sensibility. The furniture line currently consists of a chair, barstool, Exhibition :

2013 ‘The Origin of Nymphs’, Lyons Wier Gallery, New York, NY
‘The Red Rules of Tooth and Claw’, Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, NY
2012 ‘Another History’, McNeill Art Group, Bridgehampton, NY
‘The New Modern’, Melissa Morgan Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA
2011 ‘The Color of Desire’, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, NY
‘Outliers’, Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, New York
2010 ‘Tales of Wild Orchids’, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, NY
2009 ‘The Splendid Alliance’, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, NY
‘Form and Formlessness’ Anelle Gandelman Fine Art, Larchmont, NY
2008 ‘New Paintings and Sculpture’, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, New York
‘Jeff Muhs’, Cheryl Hazan Gallery, New York, New York
‘Jeff Muhs: New Work’, MMFA, Palm Desert, California
2007 ‘Jeff Muhs: Painter, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, New York
‘Pelagic Variations’, 212 Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
2006 ‘Recent Landscapes, Lisa Kurts Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee
2005 ‘Uncommon Ground’ RVS Fine Art, Southampton, New York
2004 ‘Recent Paintings’ Lisa Kurts Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee
‘One Who Has Conquered the Sky, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, New York
‘New Paintings’, David Floria Gallery, Aspen, Colorado
2003 ‘The Exquisite Thing’, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, New York
‘Rare Earth’, Lisa Kurts Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee
‘Select Works’, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, New York
2002 ‘Light Architecture’, Lizan Tops Gallery, Easthampton, New York
‘Recent Paintings’, Takohl Design Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
2001 ‘Beyond This Horizon’, Lisa Kurts Gallery, Memphis Tennessee
‘Jeff Muhs, New Works’, Takohl Design Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
‘Jeff Muhs’, Galerie 224, Laguna Beach, California
‘Ghost Ships’, RVS Fine Art, Southampton, New York
‘When Waters Fall’, Br

Jeff Muhs - Tour of the Dragon
Tour of the Dragon
Jeff Muhs - Going Nowhere Fast
Going Nowhere Fast
Jeff Muhs - The Inception of Blue
The Inception of Blue
Barbara Segal
Biography :
bout Barbara Segal About Barbara Segal Barbara Segal enjoyed an early childhood of suburban privilege–1950’s style. But, in 1963, her life changed; her father had died. Memories of that lost childhood are preserved in powerful personal images that continue to resonate in Segal’s work today. (Series: Little Girls’ Dresses) In 1972, while a student at Pratt Institute, NY, Segal resolved to spend both her junior and senior years at the distinguished École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSB-A), Paris, to study stone carving with teachers like René Collamarini with whom she later exhibited at the Musée Rodin. Segal then moved to Italy where she spent time over the next four years in both Pietrasanta and Carrara working at the Studio Sem, the Fonderia Luigi Tommasi and SGF Studio Scultura alongside great artists and artisans, like, Jacques Lipshitz, Agustín Cárdenas, Bruno Luchessi, Max Bill, Julio Silva, Isamu Noguchi, Paolo Grassi and Mario Fuendi. Europe’s rich culture and ubiquitous art percolated and fermented within Segal. But, evidence in Segal’s body of work suggests that her eyes lingered just a bit longer on both Renaissance and Baroque art. The forms, patterns, and textures that permeate her work confirm that Italy’s architectural masterpieces, both the imposing exteriors and their tantalizing, lush interiors held sway over her imagination. (Series: Shirts and The Apron) Segal returned to New York City in the late-70s knowing she could create whatever she chose in stone. America’s evolving culture with its pop and fashion icons would prove a continuing source of inspiration. However, to this day, what Segal chooses to create is personal; her creations provide insight into her passions, struggles and quirky wit. Segal enjoyed early success in her career with solo exhibits at both museums and private galleries. Eventually, her focus expanded to the public art arena. This was in response to Segal’s long-held belief that sculpture co Exhibition :
Selected One Person Exhibitions
2013 ABC Worldwide Stone, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
2012 “Verona Marble Fair”, Elite Stone and Bacci, Verona, Italy
2011 “Apart” Festival D’art contemporain d’Alpilles domaine Dalmeren, Provence, France
2006 “Muhheakantuck Changing River Changing Cities”, Vassar College Poughkeepsie, NY
2000 “Women in Stone”, The Neuberger Museum of Art Purchase, NY
1999 “Virtual Bride”, La MaMa La Galleria New York, NY
1998 “Over and Under”, The Hudson River Museum Yonkers, NY
1992 Hokin Gallery Palm Beach, FL
1989 Gallery Henoch New York, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions
2016 “She” NEA funded exhibit at ArtsWestchester
2016 “From Emerging to Established”, Krause Gallery, NYC
2016 Art Angels Los Angeles, Ca
2016 Gallery Biba, Palm Beach, Fl.
2016 Jim Kempner Fine Arts
2015 Select Art Fair, Sculpture Guild, Chelsea, NY
2015 “New Works”, ArtsWestchester, WhitePlains, NY
2015 Gallery Biba, Palm Beach Fl.
2015 ABC Worldwide Stone, Greenpointe, Brooklyn
2015 “Radical Intent”, Gallery 151, Chelsea, NY
2014 Scope Miami Beach, Gallery Biba, Miami Beach, FL.
2014 Gallery Biba, Palm Beach, FL
2014 ABC Worldwide Stone, Greenpointe, Brooklyn
2013 Scope Miami / Basel, Gallery Biba, Miami Beach
2013 Meredith Family Collection, Austin Texas
2013 Long Center for the Performing Arts, Austin Texas
2013 Gallery Biba, Palm Beach Fl.
2012 “Scope Miami/Basel” exhibited with Gallery Biba
2012 125 ICONS: A Celebration of Works by Pratt Alumni and Faculty, 1887-2012
2012 Gallery Biba Palm Beach, Fl.
2011 “APART” Festival International d’Art Contemporain dans les Alpilles Les Alpilles, France
2011 “Living with Harmony” New York, NY
2010 “Inspiring Spaces: 25 Years of MTA Arts for Transit”, New York Transit Museum New York, NY
2009 “Eye World”, Triple Candie Gallery Harlem, NY
2009 i Rolli Contemporanei di Genova Genova, Italy
2009 “Great Women Artist: Selections F

Barbara Segal - Black Candy
Black Candy

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

Lori Cuisinier
Biography : Lori Cuisinier grew up all over the United States and in Montreal but has spent her adult life primarily in New York City. Her varied interests have led her to an Honors B.A. in fine arts from the University of Ottawa and a J.D. from the City University School of Law at Queens College. The central theme in her recent paintings and drawings (as well as past photographs) is self-portraiture. Specifically, this theme has led her through interpretation and reinterpretation of "self," including her possessions and surroundings (real and imagined) as well as the inner world of her dreams. Her work has been shown in the United States and Europe. Photographic images are featured in Academy Award-nominated director Mira Nair's 2006 film, The Namesake, in Adam Brooks’ 2008 film, Definitely, Maybe, staring Rachel Weisz and Mark Mann's 2013 film, generation Um..., starring Keanu Reeves. Cuisinier lives with her husband in New York City and Southampton, but maintains her studio in Southampton. Exhibition : 2014 The Evidence Project Ongoing collaboration with South African Artist Ciara Struwig For collaboration update, see http://ciarastruwig.com/lori-cuisinier/ 76th Annual Guild Hall Artists Members Exhibition, Group Show Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY 2010 Fear Ashawaugh Hall, Springs, NY 72nd Annual Guild Hall Artists Members Exhibition Exhibition, Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY Annual Clothesline Show Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY 2009 Annual Clothesline Show Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY 2005 Leonard Fox Ltd. (new gallery opening), New York, NY The Project Room Hunter/Fox Fine Photography, New York, NY 2004 Works on Paper Hunter/Fox Fine Photography, New York, NY 5 American Photographers Hunter/Fox Fine Photography, New York, NY 2003 Bound (presented as video profile) at Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles/Séquence Fnac, Paris (traveled to Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Nîmes, Strasbourg, France) Souvenirs Éloignés Art as Art/Art 831, North Miami, FL 1990 Room 4L, Artbreak Hotel (installation) Carlton Arms Hotel, New York, NY 1989 The Gong Show (installation) RealArt Inc. (Charlie Finch), New York, NY 4 Women Artists Century Café, New York, NY Selected Solo Exhibitions 2006 Souvenirs Éloignés Site Specific Installation Little Red House, New York, NY 1990 Still Lifes & Portraits The Knitting Factory, New York, NY Collections Henry Buhl (New York, NY) Stephen R. Harris, Esq. (New York, NY) Carol Shein (West Palm Beach, FL) John Halpern (New York, NY) Sarah Mondale (Washington, DC) J.D. Welsh & Associates (Stamford, CT) Allard Marx (London, UK) Education University of Ottawa (B.A. Honors Visual Arts) City University at Queens College (J.D.)
Jason Hackenwerth

Jerome Lucani

Yana Payusova

Bastienne Schmidt

Artist's Documents: CV  
Charles Wildbank


McNeill Art Group specializes in contemporary painting, photography, sculpture and site specific installations.
Founded in 2005
Beth McNeill   Director
Through curated exhibitions at alternative spaces, pop-up galleries and private consulting, Beth McNeill, founder of McNeill Art Group, provides a platform for artists working in multiple disciplines to connect with collectors of art and connoisseurs of beauty.

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