Tuesday, January 16, 2024

"Petroglyph" Painting at Van Der Plas Gallery!

Acrylic on cold press paper
11 in. X 11 in. (Artwork); 1 ft. X 1 ft. (Framed)

If you’re in NYC this weekend, my painting, titled “Petroglyph”, will be included for sale in the group show, “Impressions En Plein Air” at Van Der Plas Gallery!  


The opening reception is on Friday, January 19th, 2024 from 6 — 8 PM EST, and the show runs until January 28th


The gallery is located at 156 Orchard Street, New York, NY, 10002 and their open hours are:

  • Monday — Saturday, 11 AM — 6 PM EST
  • Sunday, 11 AM — 5 PM EST


You can contact the gallery by phone at +1 (212) 227-8983 or by email at adriaan@vanderplasgallery.com

For more information, please visit: https://www.vanderplasgallery.com/

Check out footage from the opening night!


Originally founded by Adriaan Van Der Plas in Gramercy Park, NYC in the 1980's, Van Der Plas Gallery is an established art gallery now located in the Lower East Side of NYC.

Van Der Plas Gallery brings the lost histories of the Lower East Side and East Village art scene back to life. Fusing Contemporary, Outsider, and Street Art, the gallery is a sanctuary for artists seeking to channel the authentic, unabashed creativity that has blossomed in the neighborhood for generations. By celebrating its important heritage and building upon its foundations, Van Der Plas fosters a community committed to the artists ingrained in the very fabric of the Lower East Side.

While engaging with the important history, Van Der Plas seeks to promote art that lives outside of the traditional canon. Home to artists willing to explore unconventional modes of creativity, the gallery represents artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat’s partner in graffiti, Al Diaz, notorious downtown art-world scamp and ‘Van Gogh of the East Village,’ Kevin Wendall, aka. “FA-Q”, and subway-card collagist and Artista de la Calle Juan Carlos Pinto.

Work by institutional artists is also an area of focus for the gallery, representing the evocative and sensuous works of Frank Boccio and John Tursi from the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center. Other gallery artists include Argentine art brute and neo-expressionist Alejandro Caiazza and the ever-quirky, autobiographical Canadian multi-media artist Jason McLean.

Monday, January 17, 2022

Zoë Shulman: Neuroplastic Opening Reception

Exciting news!  My third solo exhibition, Neuroplastic, will be opening at Camiba Gallery on Thursday, January 20th from 6 PM - 8:30 PM.  Check out more details below:

Exhibit on view January 20 - February 26, 2022

Opening Reception: 
Thursday, January 20th, 6 PM - 8:30 PM CT

Artist in attendance

Masks are required during the reception

The Gallery is open: 
Thursday through Saturday, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Other times are by appointment through our scheduling tool

You can also book an appointment: 
by calling (512) 937-5921, or emailing Laura@camibagallery.com

About the exhibition: 
Neuroplastic is a series of visionary paintings, drawings, metal prints, and animations by Austin-based artist Zoë Shulman that employ geometric abstraction to explore the intersections between psychotherapy, psychedelic medicine, and art therapy.  While undergoing cognitive behavioral therapy and clinical Ketamine treatments, the artist created these idiosyncratic artworks as transformational stepping stones on her personal healing journey through PTSD and depression.  Throughout this body of work, special hallucinatory shapes the artist calls “Ketagons” integrate ineffable thoughts and feelings into a complex visual language of soft value gradients, crystalline glazes, colorfully woven lines, fiery paint pours, rhythmic patterns, and labyrinthine illusions.  Altogether, the artist’s unique language reveals her wisdom mind’s deepest existential affirmations, self-evident truths, and spiritual transcendences. 

Come and see exciting new works like "Ketagon VI" (top) and "Ketamine IX" (bottom)!

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

INSIGHT: CAMIBAart Artists' Perspectives on 2020

"The Rosette of Division" by Zoë Shulman

11” x 12.75”; Digital painting and mixed media print on aluminum; 2017


I'm excited to announce that my piece "The Rosette of Division" will be a part of the group show INSIGHT: 2020 at CAMIBAart Gallery!  The exhibition will be on view November 28th - December 26th, 2020.  The gallery remains open by appointment only.  Location: 6448 Hwy 290 E., Suite A102, Austin, TX 78723.

About My Piece: 

The Allegory of Good and Bad Government is a series of twenty digital painting and mixed media works printed on aluminum hexagons called rosettes. The rosettes are arranged as diptychs in which the virtues and vices of American government, expressed as elaborate geometric symbols, contrast chiaroscuros within a candle-lit gallery space. The Rosette of Division is a governmental vice that sows distrust and shatters the Union.

To book an appointment to see the exhibit, please follow the link below: 

>>> http://www.camibaart.com/2020-insight <<<

You can also book an appointment by calling 512-937-5921, 

or emailing Veronica@CAMIBAart.com

About the Exhibition:

Without judgement or expectation, we asked our artists to create a work of art responding to the year 2020.  

We knew the works would be exceptional in both concept and craft – we were not disappointed.  The results can be seen in this exhibition, Insight: CAMIBAart Artists’ Perspectives on 2020, which includes artworks in a wide variety of mediums by 22 artists from the US, Mexico and Cuba.  Many of the artists told us that the process was cathartic, while others found it a pleasant distraction.  Each artist has provided text describing how or why their work responds to this past year.  They address a wide range of topics including: 

the ever-present COVID19 pandemic; isolation; depression; fear; rage; loss of life; loss of connection; social distancing; classism & inherent inequality; the elections; political & social division; minorities’ & women’s rights; social justice; economic loss; environmental concerns; hope for the future; search for calmness & peace; and clarity of vision. 

Please join us in gaining some insight into a few of the ways people have experienced and responded to 2020.  Perhaps you’ll recognize some of the feelings and perhaps you’ll empathize with other’s views.

Thursday, June 25, 2020

"Structure" Catalogue Available!

"Handkerchief I", aluminum print, 1 ft. X 1 ft., 2012
Original artwork for Sale! $325.00

For artwork inquiries, please contact either zoe.shulman.studio@gmail.com or amanda@asmithgallery.com 

From March - May 2020, I was proud to have my work "Handkerchief I" included in the photography exhibit "Structure" at the A. Smith Gallery in Johnson City, Texas.  Now the exhibition catalogue is available!  Check it out on Blurb and view all the talented photographers: 

See page 16 to view my work!  You can also purchase a copy for $40.

Sunday, February 23, 2020

Structure Juried Exhibition

A. Smith Gallery, Photographic Arts

"Handkerchief I", aluminum print, 1 ft. X 1 ft., 2012

For Sale! $325.00

Come and see "Handkerchief I" along with 50 other fantastic photographic works inspired by the theme of structure!

Juror | Bill Schwab
Exhibition dates | March 20 to May 3, 2020
Receptions | March 28 and April 25, 2020 both from 4 to 8pm

103 N. Nugent Ave
Johnson City, TX 78636

Gallery Hours: 
Thursday/Friday/Saturday noon to 6pm
Sunday noon to 3pm
and by appointment

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Best of the Show Exhibition at Texas State University

Great news, five of my artworks from 120 Art Gallery will be featured in the juried exhibition, "Best of the Show" at Texas State University in Round Rock!  The opening reception is on May 17th from 6 PM to 8 PM.  Exhibition runs from May 4th to July 21st, 2019.  Come and see all the Taylor talent that is 120 Art Gallery!  Please review the inventory sheet of my artworks for sale above.

"Best of the Show"
Texas State University, Round Rock Campus
1555 University Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665

Opening reception: May 17th, 6 PM - 8 PM, the artist will be in attendance
Exhibition runs: May 4th - July 21st

Open hours: Located on the 4th Floor of the Avery (Main) Building, open to the public

Friday, April 26, 2019

Fresh Look: A Selection of Women from the MADI Collection

April 26 - July 22
Opening reception: Friday, April 26th, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.

The Museum of Geometric and MADI Art
3109 Carlisle Street 
Dallas, TX 75204
Phone: (214) 855-7802
Website: http://www.geometricmadimuseum.org

Open hours:
Mon-Sat, 11 AM - 5 PM
Sunday, 1 - 5 PM

Admission to the museum is free, but donations are appreciated and encouraged.

This exhibit curated by artist Mokha Laget will feature selections from female artists of the Madi’s collection.  It opens with a reception on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. and runs through July 21, 2019.

Great news, "Circuit Topology II" will be featured in "Fresh Look: A Selection of Women from the MADI Collection" at the MADI Museum in Dallas!  To read a full list of the women artists, please click the photos below and view the exhibition catalog.  Check out my work featured on page 2, right next to Bridget Riley!

"Circuit Topology II"
15" X 22"
Acrylic on paper