Abigail Ogilvy Gallery exhibits contemporary art with a heavy emphasis on concept-driven artwork by emerging to mid-career artists located across the country and internationally. The gallery primarily focuses on paintings but also exhibits a range of other media including photography, sculpture, mixed media, digital prints, drawings, and much more. We aim to expand the Boston art scene by seeking out strong artists who have yet to be recognized or shown in the area. Above all, Abigail Ogilvy Gallery remains dedicated to presenting thought provoking, immersive exhibitions.


Austin Eddy, Birds Eye View Of Birds On A River, Capturing The Curvature Of the Earth, East Bound, After The Sun, 2019, Oil, Flashe, Colored Pencil, Paper on Canvas in Artists Frame, 21 x 25 in, 53 x 63.5 cm

Austin Eddy's practice is currently taking off, exemplified by his impressive resume. Simplified forms, vibrant colors, and natural scenery combined with a flatness of perspective make Eddy’s work reminiscent of American folk art and early 20th century modernist abstraction. Recently, birds have become a recurring theme in Eddys work, used as a metaphor for the human condition. As birds represent health and good luck in American folk art, they are being reinterpreted by Eddy in both narrative and form.

Austin Eddy earned his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2009. He has been exhibiting both nationally and internationally since graduation. Eddy was born in Boston, MA (USA) in 1986 and lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Price: 4,000 USD

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