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Graduation Announcement

Similar to the graduation season we bid farewell to our winter artists and welcome a new stable of talent for the summer/fall season. The recent additions to our NYC showroom bring realism, historic whimsy and sculpture to our curated walls. This group uses different techniques and materials but they all create a unifying impact, which generates a dynamic energy.


Come be inspired by the artists who are “attending” our gallery at this time- Daniel O’Sullivan, Michael Thornton-Smith, Evelyn Sadler, Elise Black, B.A. D’Alessandro and Mari Ogihara.


For additional information contact transFORM Art Gallery Director, Kara O’Neill at 914.500.0982 or koneill@transformhome.com.


Artwork will be on display from 6/1/15 to 10/4/15.



Irish Meetup: Daniel O’Sullivan’s “Ireland through Dreamlike Eyes” Presentation

We were happy to welcome two New York City Meetup groups to our NYDC showroom. The Irish in New York and The Irish / British Genealogy Groups convened last Thursday, June 11th, to hear Dublin artist, Daniel O’Sullivan talk about his “Ireland” series of paintings.

transFORM Art Gallery Director, Kara O’Neill and Daniel O’Sullivan lead the discussion on Ireland’s past, present and future. While enjoying wine and light refreshments, the attentive audience asked interesting questions and added to the commentary.

Speaking of his experiences, Daniel’s art captures both the tradition and uniqueness of Irish culture, subtleties often lost to the tourist or non-Irish Native.

A special thank you to all the guests in attendance for making this Meetup so enjoyable.

Here’s feedback from our guests:


“It makes me nostalgic for Ireland- again. A lovely evening out with great companions. Great art. Great artist presentation. Great food & wine. What could be better?” – Karen


“Loved the exhibit and the demonstration rooms, perfect for New York apartments!” – Marcia


“…Thank you so much for inviting us into your beautifully thought out space. It was gorgeous!”– Karen


“Wonderful in every way – the artist, his art and talk, host, environment, people…really enjoyed it!” – Erin