John Teal Crutchfield Exhibits at Lincoln Center!

Exhibiting nationally and internationally John T Crutchfield has produced graphic art designs in mixed media fiberglass on brass for the past 25 years. These custom made works of art consist of a unique amalgamation of advanced graphic designs and linear applications of intense colors on a high quality brass base. The artworks are then cast […]

Exhibiting nationally and internationally John T Crutchfield has produced graphic art designs in mixed media fiberglass on brass for the past 25 years. These custom made works of art consist of a unique amalgamation of advanced graphic designs and linear applications of intense colors on a high quality brass base. The artworks are then cast in a durable clear fiberglass encasement. This year John celebrates 20 years of exhibiting in New York City at the prestigious Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, as a juried member of the “American Crafts Festival”. This is a nationally recognized juried art festival with exhibiting artist of the highest caliber from all parts of the nation. John Crutchfield is the only artist out of hundreds who applied and was accepted from Richmond, VA. Over the years he has maintained a presence at the show and garnered a loyal following, including
prominent New Yorkers and stars such as James Levine, the conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. The exhibition takes place on June 8th and 9th on the plaza of Lincoln Center NYC at 64th St Columbus Avenue Noon-9pm each day, and is produced by the American Concern for Arts & Craftsmanship. During the rest of the year, John can be found at a number of fine art shows and music festivals. His work has been photographed and written about in the American Art Collector Book and showcased in several galleries including the Amsterdam Whitney Gallery NYC and the Artemis Gallery Richmond, VA. John hopes to continue creating imaginative art for the foreseeable future. Please contact Metallic Art Graphics by phone or website.

www.metallicartgraphics.com
www.artemisgalleryrichmond.com

 

For more information, visit:

www.craftsatlincoln.org

 

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