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Denise Halpin

Conch Shell, 2021

Watercolor on paper

12 x 12"

Value: $350

*This piece will be available for the ticket price on opening night.

Artist Bio:

Denise Halpin studied art in Aix-en-Provence, France and earned a Fine Arts Degree at The School of Visual Arts in New York City. She has been working in Art, Design and Illustration since 1977, and creates work in oil, acrylic, watercolor and paper collage.

Her work is on permanent display at Mount Sinai Hospital, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, and East Side Middle School, all in Manhattan, and at The Children's Home in Easton, Pennsylvania. She recently installed sixteen watercolor paintings of vegetables at the Ayurvedic Plate in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.

Exhibits include the 2018 'Flower Show', a collection of large paper collages at the Farm on Adderley in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, and a selection of culinary watercolor paintings at Almondine Patisserie in Dumbo, Brooklyn in 2016 and 2017. Between the years 2018 and 2019, she was also included in group shows for the Brooklyn Arts Council at the Usagi Gallery in Dumbo and the M. David &Co Gallery in Bushwick, a group show at Guild Hall in East Hampton, and a show titled 'Hidden', in Harlem, NYC. In 2020 she had an exhibit of acrylic paintings of Buddhas at Think Coffee in Manhattan.

An exhibit showcasing oil paintings and watercolor paintings of refugees from around the world, titled 'Seeking Refuge' was exhibited in Long Island City in May 2019, and at Nazareth Center for the Arts in Pennsylvania in July 2019.

Sea Shells on Parade, a series of watercolor paintings are presently on exhibit at Almondine Patisserie in DUMBO, Brooklyn. A new exhibit of Sea Shells will be at Think Coffee at one Bleecker inJuly and August 2021.

Work can also be seen online at
Denise Halpin 917-743-0973 [email protected]
Instagram: DeniseHalpin