GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art Presents New Art By Eve Plumb

GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art is pleased to present an exhibition of new oil on canvas paintings by Eve Plumb. The two-week exhibition marks the debut of Plumb's work in Manhattan. For the first time in New York, the artist's original works ranging in size from 9" x 12" to 30" x 40" will be showcased in a solo exhibition in the gallery's custom 2,000 square foot space on the Upper West Side.

Works from the "Bistro" series depict simple, striking tabletop scenes in quiet cafes, restaurants and coffee houses. "I decided to focus on small intimate moments from my own life," explains Plumb. "I started noticing when sunlight hit items in the house in an interesting way and photographing them." These photographs are then transformed into moody scenes of peaceful still life, void of figures, rendered in dusky palettes - the themes and treatment of light, a subtle nod to Edward Hopper.

Best known for her role as "Jan" on "The Brady Bunch," Eve Plumb has been working in television, movies, and stage since the age of six, and has been painting steadily for the last 20 years. Self taught, Plumb has been focusing on still life for her subject matter, painting moments from her everyday life and travels, Plumb states that painting "gives me a feeling of control over my creative life." The artist's work is currently represented by galleries in California, Massachusetts, Scottsdale, and Tennessee.


With locations in Tel Aviv, Israel and New York City's Upper West Side, GINA Gallery is the world leader in the procurement and sale of international Naïve Art. GINA exhibits only original paintings created by over 250 artists living and working in 26 different countries, including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, France, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Russia and Spain. GINA seeks to expose the heartwarming Naïve genre to collectors while educating the public about the talent and diversity comprising this charming art form. GINA - Gallery of International Naïve Art was founded in 2003.
GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art
454 Columbus Ave. (at 82nd St.) New York, NY 10024
P: 212-877-0097 / F: 212-8770096


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