June 23, 2014 – Alpine, NJ – In an exciting turn of events, Brendan Murphy has begun a new series of paintings working out of the carriage house on the property once owned by American industrialist and art patron Henry Clay Frick.
With the Frick estate stretching over 40 acres, Brendan has found much inspiration on the property’s grounds, which include the old Frick Mansion, a fresh pond, a rose garden, and even a bird aviary.
Ghosts and spirits are said to still occupy the Frick carriage house, as Mrs. Frick was known to host world renowned artists in exchange for painting tips. To this day, the Frick Collection is home to one of the finest collections of European paintings in the United States.
Brendan is planning at least one major exhibition this season to showcase his newest works reflecting the beauty of the Frick Estate. Stay tuned for updates!
For more details, or an appointment to view Brendan’s work, contact Gallery Director Jamie Alarian 630.404.3655 or at firstname.lastname@example.org