1-Wall Show
BARRY MAYO
BARRY MAYO

Micah with Lotus and Catherine. Kingston, NY

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BARRY MAYO
BARRY MAYO

Reggie and Sasha in her mother Pat's kitchen. Rhinebeck, NY

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Barry Mayo at Wired Gallery
Barry Mayo at Wired Gallery

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BARRY MAYO
BARRY MAYO

Micah with Lotus and Catherine. Kingston, NY

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BARRY MAYO
Races and Faces (Redux)
Photographs that explore interracial relationships and portraiture
September 30 - October 9, 2022
Opening reception: Friday, September 30, 5-7PM

Artist Talk: Races and Faces, Sunday, October 9, 3-5 PM hosted by Susan Farkas

 

High Falls, New York - Races and Faces (redux), continues Barry Mayo’s exploration of interracial relationships and portraiture that started with his 2000 exhibition "Races and Faces". This exhibit extends Mayo’s study of mixed-race relationships, cultures and issues of identity amongst biracial individuals.

 

The exhibit opens with an artist reception on Friday, September 30, 5:00-7:00 PM and closes on Sunday, October 9.

Artist Talk

On Sunday, October 9, 3:00-5:00 pm, there will be an Artist Talk at Wired Gallery with live audience and broadcast on Zoom with Barry Mayo . The talk will be moderated by Emmy award-winning video producer and High Falls resident Susan Farkas.

Seating is very limited and reservations are required to attend the talk in person. Please reserve at thewiredgallery@gmail.com.

To attend the Talk via Zoom, follow this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82547116549
 

The genesis of Mayo’s interest in race-based issues, stems from his being raised during the 60’s, observing the tail end of the Jim Crow era, combined with his experience of integrating a New York City public school in the third grade. He found himself living experientially with one foot in the Black world, and one foot in the White world. Mayo’s investigation has not only provided a means for self-exploration, but a vehicle for the ongoing study of race relations in the United States, viewed from the prism of personal relationships.

 

Mayo Bio

Barry Mayo's fine-art photographs focus primarily on the natural interplay of light and shadow. In many of Mayo's images, the stark contrast of both his black and white and color imagery highlights his study of social, visual and emotional juxtapositions. Through careful observation, Mayo's work results in something that is formally complex - yet his images deliver a succinct and direct assessment of his surroundings - and the imagined interior life of his subjects. His images explore racial themes, ideas around presence and absence, and cultural dilemmas found in science and faith. In the end, the photographs of Barry Mayo make the experience of the world a newly seen experience for the viewer.

 

After a successful 35-year career as a broadcasting programming executive, manager, and owner, Barry Mayo began exhibiting his photography in various museums and galleries, including a group exhibition at the prestigious Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art. Mayo has served on the boards of numerous educational institutions including Vice-Chair of the World of Money.org, an organization teaching financial education and philanthropy to young people in the New York City metro area. He has also served as Co-President of the board for the Center for Photography at Woodstock. Mayo currently is a board member of the Reher Center in Kingston and recently joined the Advisory Board of the Dorsky Museum in New Paltz . Mayo is a father and a proud grandfather of three, a rabid Jazz fan, and a circumnavigator who makes his home in Stone Ridge in the magnificent Hudson Valley of New York State.

 

Gallery Hours: Sat & Sun 11-4. Ring doorbell at other times (gallerist lives in the building).

(Re)Wired Group Show
(Re)Wired Group Show
(Re)Wired Group Show

Strictly Local. Strictly Great.

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(Re)Wired Group Show
(Re)Wired Group Show

Strictly Local. Strictly Great.

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(Re)Wired Group Show (1)
(Re)Wired Group Show (1)

Strictly Local. Strictly Great.

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(Re)Wired Group Show
(Re)Wired Group Show

Strictly Local. Strictly Great.

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(Re)Wired is a slow-changing group show displaying a great variety of works by select area artists:

Alix Ankele, Joan Barker, Jane Bloodgood Abrams, Diane Boisvert, Kaete Brittin Shaw, Lois Capone, Carey Conaway, Mary Anne Erickson, Josh Finn, Astrid Fitzgerald, Travis Fox, Lynne Friedman, Denise Giardullo, Patti Gibbons, Mimi Graminski, Ken Green, Katie Grove, Ann Haaland, Lynn Herring, Jeanne Hildenbrand, Robert Hite, Michael Hopkins, Judith Hoyt, Robert Kressler, Leonie Lacouette, Mary Leary, Jennifer Leighton, Katherine McGuiness, John Mernin, Jerry Michalak, Joanna Murphy, Dion Ogust, Franc Palaia, John Perrella, Elisa Pritzker, Marlo Richards, Meredith Rosier, Thomas Sarrantonio, Karen Schaffel, Vincent Scilla, Prue See, Raul Serrano, Fran Sutherland, Linda Stillman, Jo-Ellen Trilling, Joyce Washor, Marlene Wiedenbaum, and Andrew Willner.

 
ONLINE GALLERY

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ROBERT HITE (1956-2020)
ROBERT HITE (1956-2020)

Warf House Archival Digital Print, Image 12x18 in. $1,200.00

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JUDITH HOYT
JUDITH HOYT

Brooch: Eye Flower Found metal, 3x2.5 in. $200.00

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JUDITH HOYT
JUDITH HOYT

Brooch: Tree and Text Found metal, 3x2.5 in. $200.00

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JUDITH HOYT
JUDITH HOYT

Various Brooches $200.00 ea.

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JOHNNY MERNIN
JOHNNY MERNIN

Don’t Leave Me Acrylic on board, 10x30 in. $500.00

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JUDITH HOYT
JUDITH HOYT

Stumps Encaustic collage, 10x8 in. $400.00

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JUDITH HOYT
JUDITH HOYT

77 Encaustic collage, 6x6 in. $150.00

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JUDITH HOYT
JUDITH HOYT

Dragonfly Landing Encaustic collage $150.00

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JUDITH HOYT
JUDITH HOYT

Book Cover Head Encaustic Collage and found metal 8x10 in. $500.00

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MARLENE WIEDENBAUM, PSA-MP
MARLENE WIEDENBAUM, PSA-MP

Low Falls Pastel, 11x14in. $1,100.00+tax

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MARLENE WIEDENBAUM, PSA-MP
MARLENE WIEDENBAUM, PSA-MP

Three's Company Pastel, 6x12 in. $700.00

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FRAN SUTHERLAND
FRAN SUTHERLAND

River Roses Watercolor, 13x10 in. $300.00

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ELISA PRITZKER
ELISA PRITZKER

Magic Fruits Wood, acrylic, paint 15x6x2.5 in. $340.00

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ELISA PRITZKER
ELISA PRITZKER

Jade Mini-Altar Wood box, acrylic paint, jade stone 4.5x4.25x1.5 in. $100.00

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ELISA PRITZKER
ELISA PRITZKER

Patagonia, Going South Wood panel, acrylic paint, ribbon 7x5x1.5 In. $140.00

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JOHNNY MERNIN
JOHNNY MERNIN

Brothers Acrylic on board, 48x42 in., SOLD

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WIRED GALLERY - Practical Info
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WIRED GALLERY

11 Mohonk Road, High Falls, NY (map)

Email: thewiredgallery@gmail.com

Tel: (682) 564-5613

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Artists' Corner at Emmanuel's Marketplace
Current Show (June-July): John Kruppa
3853 Main St, Stone Ridge, NY 12484

Monday-Saturday 8AM-8PM, Sunday 8AM-6PM

High Falls Emporium Sculpture Garden
10 Old Rte 213, High Falls, NY (map)
Free and open at all times, year-round.

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