The Monoprints of Eric Lee

Eric Lee created a series of black and white monoprints in 2010 a precursor to his later Suminagashi style paintings. While this specific body of work is ink on paper, Eric moves fluidly through many different types of media and is comfortable experimenting with everything […]

Bicycle Fine Art at Kitty Clay, Southampton – Summer 2017

Bicycle Fine Art is thrilled to announce it’s collaboration with Kitty Clay for another summer. Kitty Clay’s showroom in Southampton is a beautiful space featuring many wonderful home furnishings and incredible works of art. We are excited to show off two paintings by David Donovan Jensen and one drawing by Neal […]

Dan Sabau: Capturing the Abstract within the Figure

One of the brightest pieces in the studio of Bicycle Fine Art artist Dan Sabau is a watercolor portrait with a gold leaf background. The metal is quite literally brilliant and catches your eye right away as you enter the space, contrasting with the translucent […]

Suminagashi: Under the Microscope with Eric Lee

“I am the furthest thing from a systematic thinker,” says Bicycle Fine Art artist Eric Lee, introducing his new series of elegant and enigmatic black and white paint works on paper. The series, so far intentionally left untitled, embraces a new level of conscious uncertainty […]

Bird Sketches: A Holiday Tradition Revealed

  With the holiday season upon us, Bicycle Fine Art caught up with artist Chad Fonfara, to discuss his Condemnation print series, depicting groups of deceased birds. At times shown huddled together in a vague mass of bird bodies, or laid out in a row, the prints are inspired by […]