Develop your collection with these local artists’ creations, infused with shades of Very Peri, Pantone’s 2022 Color of the Year.
For the first time in the history of its Color of the Year program, Pantone created a new color, Very Peri, reflecting the ingenious innovation occurring worldwide. This hue, with violet-red undertones, enjoys the trustworthy characteristics of the blue family while inspiring lively, creative expression. Here, we highlight paintings, photographs, and mixed-media creations from the local artistic community that incorporate shades of this lively color — yielding renderings that serve as dynamic additions to any personal collection.
Meera Agarwal, Starburst Into Spring, Acrylic on canvas, 12″× 12″, $180
Andre Baranowski, Hydrangea, Photograph; Price available on request
ELO Evan Lorberbaum, Awaken My Love, Acrylic, oil, and spray paint on canvas, 24″× 30″ × 1.5″, $3,000
Ocean Morisset, Tappan Zee Bridge, Digital photograph, 11″ × 14″, $300
Larry Horowitz, Sailboat With Sunset Sky, Oil on canvas, 18″ × 24″, $2,800; Madelyn Jordon Fine Art, Scarsdale
Alina Bachmann, Space Corgi, Watercolor on paper, 20″ × 14″, $325
DJ Leon, Superman: Truth, Justice, and the American Way, Lenticular print, 32″ × 40″, $4,000; Madelyn Jordon Fine Art, Scarsdale
Richard Lang Chandler, Ground Level on Wooster Street, Oil on linen, 36″ × 36″, $4,500; Oak & Oil Gallery, Katonah
Jodi DeCrenza, Rhythm of My Heart, Acrylic on canvas, 48″ × 36″; $3,000; 646-372-7404
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