Fall Picks [2020] – New York

Autumn settles on our land, bringing colors and melancholic sceneries with it; a piece of art in itself.

Little by little, our outdoor activities are moving back inside our homes. What’s more pleasant than feeling cozy in a room enriched by original art?

This fall, ArtWe invites you to experience the colorful autumn season, as reflected in our local artists’ minds.

Our selected pieces are a fantastic way to adorn your walls with character and authenticity at affordable prices ranging from $150 to $1,000.

Contemporary art, made accessible.


Carmine Santaniello: Neo-Expressionism Brut

Neighborhood: Queens

Carmine Santaniello’s art can be seen as brut Neo-Expressionism with strong street art roots. Between abstraction and figuration, his artwork is highly expressive. Reminiscent of Basquiat, as shown in his work Queer Collage I, there is no doubt that Carmine is a NYC artist to follow closely.

Sanded, scraped N scratched – 925 USD

Acrylic on cradled board, 18 x 18 in, 2020 by Carmine Santaniello

XYnZ – 600 USD

Collage, 13 x 13 in, 2020 by Carmine Santaniello

Queer Collage I – 450 USD

Collage, 11 x 11 in, 2019 by Carmine Santaniello

Stacy Bergener: A New Dimension

Neighborhood: Park Slope

Stacy Bergener is a versatile artist who implements a unique collage technique. Throughout her art, she creates a three-dimensional visual experience, increasing each of her works’ profundity.

Her surrealistic compositions are a fantastic pick for anyone seeking original art in the NYC area.

Miracle – 450 USD

Mixed Media Collage on canvas board, 14 x 11 in, 2020 by Stacy Bergener

Crows and circles – 300 USD

Collage on canvas board, 10 x 8 in, 2019 by Stacy Bergener

Debrah Block Krol: The Pastel Master 

Vicinity: New Jersey

Debrah Block Krol knows exactly how to bring life to a piece of paper. Armed with pastel and watercolor, she delivers stunning landscapes. Whether mountains or beaches, Debrah showcases innovative features in her artwork that reveal her innate talent.

A great selection that will illuminate any interior.

Death valley blues – 345 USD

Watercolor and pastel on gold ground on paper, 14 x 20 in, 2020 by Debrah Block Krol

Waters edge ll – 150 USD

Pastel on Paper, 9 x 12 in, 2020 by Debrah Block Krol

Alice Lipping: Colored Sensations

Neighborhood: Astoria

Like many contemporary artists, Alice innovates and brings a new perspective to a well-known artistic genre: Abstract Expressionism. The public, guided by the title of her works, will deeply experience a Grape Crush or feel the Heat Wave when viewing her canvases.

Grape Crush- 1,000 USD

Acrylic on canvas, 24 x 20 in, 2019 by Alice Lipping

Heat Wave – 850 USD

Acrylic on Canvas, 24 x 12 in, 2020 by Alice Lipping

Daniel Ullmann: Unfiltered Despair

Neighborhood: East Village

Daniel Ullmann epitomizes the purest tradition of street photography. Like Richard Sandler or Jamel Shabazz, Daniel takes eloquent shots of life on the streets of the mythical city of New York.

His work is focused on homeless people and drug addicts. Through his realistic and straight foward approach, he engages and educates the public on the brutality of unfiltered despair.

Lost Soul – 350 USD

Photograph, 13 x 19 in, 2016 by Robert Daniel Ullmann

Despair-  350 USD

Photograph, 11 x 11 in, 2016 by Robert Daniel Ullmann

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Bring art into your home!

ArtWe Team

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