Art Without Boundaries

an Arts Access exhibition at Sotheby's

The Arts Access Program at Matheny is pleased to present Art Without Boundaries, its second exhibition at Sotheby’s. This specially-curated exhibition spotlights five Arts Access artists: Jessica Evans, Karen FrascellaBari Kim Goldrosen, Tammy Heppner, Paul Santo. This group of artists create dynamic works not only through painting, but across multiple mediums including poetry, playwriting, choreography, and more. Featuring an array of dynamic visual art, this exhibition presents a glimpse into the minds of these multi-talented artists.

The exhibition is available to view in-person at Sotheby’s, located at 1334 York Avenue in New York, NY, from Friday March 29 – Sunday April 7, 2024. The gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, and Sunday from 1:00 pm to  5:00 pm.

To view a preview of the artworks included in the exhibition and to purchase original works or archival quality prints, please browse the listings below.

About Sotheby’s.

Established in 1744, Sotheby’s is the world’s premier destination for art and luxury. Sotheby’s promotes access to and ownership of exceptional art and luxury objects through auctions and buy-now channels including private sales, e-commerce and retail. Our trusted global marketplace is supported by an industry-leading technology platform and a network of specialists spanning 40 countries and 70 categories which include Contemporary Art, Modern and Impressionist Art, Old Masters, Chinese Works of Art, Jewelry, Watches, Wine and Spirits, and Design, as well as collectible cars and real estate. Sotheby’s believes in the transformative power of art and culture and is committed to making our industries more inclusive, sustainable and collaborative.

This exhibition is a part of Sotheby’s Community Gallery initiative, where we partner with mission-driven organizations to spotlight artists and creatives. We firmly believe in the transformative power of art and culture, and are committed to making the art and luxury industries more inclusive, sustainable, and collaborative. We hope this space inspires you to consider how you define community, and expand the ways you see yourself and others.

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About Matheny.

Matheny’s mission is to provide exceptional care and an optimal quality of life for children and adults with special needs and medically complex developmental disabilities. Matheny was founded in 1946 by Walter and Marguerite Matheny, whose son, Chuck, was born with cerebral palsy. Although there were only three students and an operating budget of $3,000 obtained through a GI loan, the Matheny School was the first step in a major commitment to provide assistance to young people with physical disabilities and their families. Today, Matheny is licensed as a special hospital and a special education school. Matheny also trains healthcare professionals, therapists, and educators in how to work effectively with persons who have developmental disabilities. Matheny’s main campus is in Peapack, NJ, and it operates five adult community residences in Somerset and Warren counties. In addition to providing medical care and education, Matheny strives to improve the quality of life for its patients and students, and the Arts Access Program is, perhaps, the best example of how that is achieved.

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