top of page
The Teen Show: How to title your work
Picasso, Pablo - Harlequin, Oil on canva
Title your work the following way:
Picasso, Pablo - Harlequin, Oil on canvas, 20x15 in.
The Teen Show: Meet the Jurors
Melanie Delgado
Melanie Delgado
Melanie Delgado currently resides in the Hudson Valley region of NY with her husband Marc Delgado & their daughter Mary where she has been focusing on her abstract oil paintings. From spray paint to oil sticks, Melanie uses playfulness, a child-like vision and a heavy dose of street art to bring her voice to the canvas, door, window or piece of wood. Her background has been in the field of education ranging from high school to preschool. She instructs young artists at the Woodstock School of Art. Delgado is curious about the stories behind the dilapidated fence, the overgrown pines and what comes next.
Sevan Melikyan Portrait Headshot (Photo
Sevan Melikyan
Sevan Melikyan is the owner of Wired Gallery in High Falls, New York, a founding member and director of Chagall in High Falls, Inc., a lecturer on art museums, and an artist. In 2013, Art Society of Kingston presented Melikyan with its ASKars award in recognition for his “significant contributions to the arts” and The Ulster County Executive recognized Melikyan as an Arts Ambassador. Prior to the U.S., he lived in Paris, France where he earned a BA focusing on arts marketing, and prior to that, in Istanbul, Turkey, where he was born of Armenian parents in 1965.
Sevan lives in the same building as his gallery with his wife Maria Guralnik, a professor at SUNY Purchase. Their son, Robert, is a senior at Ithaca College where he is pursuing a degree in Physics.
At Wired Gallery, 11 Mohonk Road, High Falls, NY (map)
Michael X. Rose: Saints and Specters
Gold, Icons, and Altarpieces 

April 11 - 26, 2020

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 11, 5:00-7:00 PM

A body of work that explores sorcery and necromancy contrasted against the light of the Truth.
As a wayward teen in Brussels, Belgium, Michael learned to live off the streets and his wits. He spent his days inside the great museums, and could be seen always drawing from the Old Masters, especially Rubens. A patron assisted him in travelling to America to attend art school at Pratt Institute in NYC.
Michael lives in a 17th century farmhouse in Bruynswick, Ulster Co., N.Y. with his wife Kristina and their eight children, most of whom were adopted during repeated voyages to the Far East.
Wired Gallery is on Facebook
bottom of page