Deborah Buck

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Deborah Buck is an American artist, designer and Owner and President of Buck House, a gallery on Madison Avenue in Manhattan. Buck is widely regarded as an antique dealer and taste-maker in the design world.[1][2][3][4]


Biography

Born in Mount Holly New Jersey, Deborah Buck graduated, with honors, with a BA in Fine Arts from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. She also attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine. Deborah Buck moved to New York as an abstract expressionist and surrealist painter. Eventually she was able to pursue her passion of painting full-time, exhibiting her work in galleries and museums in Baltimore, Boston and New York. Ms Buck continues to practice as a professional artist today and considers her activity, whether it be design, cooking or the antiques retail trade to be her work as an artist.

Work Experience

Deborah Buck's professional experience includes: designing and illustrating animated displays for theme properties such as, Walt Disney Productions, Hanna-Barbera, United Features Syndicates, Bobs-Merrill; Instructor of French cuisine at the Institute of Culinary Education, New York;[5] MFA Design Program Faculty at The School of Visual Arts, New York since 2006; Member of Board of Trustees The Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY since 2007.

Fine Art Exhibitions

The Baltimore Museum of Art Biennial, Honorable Mention, 1985

The Blom and Dorn Gallery; New York, New York; selected group exhibitions and 2 one person shows, 1985–1992

The Grimaldis Gallery; Baltimore Md., selected group exhibitions and two person show, 1986, 1988

Goucher College Art Gallery; Three person exhibit, 1988

Maryland Art Place; Baltimore, Md.; group exhibit, 1989

The Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Headache Art, 1990

The Bronx Museum; Artists in the Marketplace, 1991

Galleria el Bohio; New York, New York; group exhibit, 1995

Madelyn Jordan Gallery; New York, New York; two person show, 1994

Austin Arts Gallery; Hartford, Ct.; three person show, 1995

City Without Walls; Newark, N.J.; group exhibitions, 1998, 1996

Grey Art Gallery; New York, New York; Exquisite Corpse 1996

Madelyn Jordan Fine Art, “The Birds and the Bees “, 2006

Madelyn Jordan Fine Art, “Summerscape”, 2007

Future Exhibitions

Julie Saul Gallery, Chelsea, NYC (January 2012)

Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY (May 2012)

Publications

Buck, Deborah. Tableau. New York: Buck House, 2010.

Buck, Deborah. Night and Day: The Windows of Buck House (anticipated 2011).[6]

Featured Designer in The Design Entrepreneur by Steven Heller and Lita Talarico, Mass: 2008.

Buck House NYC

Buck House is a gallery and event space in the Carnegie Hill neighborhood of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The gallery opened in November 2001 and is owned and operated by artist, designer, and author Deborah Buck.[7] Buck House displays and sells a variety of fine art and design objects, said to be among the “finest examples of design from the 19th century to the present.”[8]

In 2006, Buck House launched a second, much larger space nearby called The Gallery at Buck House. This exhibition space hosted fine art exhibitions, book release parties, and events in benefit of charitable organizations.[9] In September 2010, however, Buck House closed its two locations in favor of one, much larger space on Madison Avenue which combines the store and exhibition space. “The idea” said Deborah Buck in a 2010 interview, “was to create a meeting place and a salon like those in 1920s Paris.” [10]

External links

  • Official Website [1]


Buck House Gallery Exhibitions

Manhattan/Glamour, 2006 An exhibition of photographs, sculpture, paintings, and drawings, curated by Charlie Scheips.

Seeing... Blue, SEPTEMBER 20 TO OCTOBER 31, 2006 An exhibition of fine and decorative arts inspired by Deborah Buck's obsession with turquoise which has informed her aesthetic and design instincts to form a signature palette for Buck House.

GEM, MARCH 8 TO MAY 8, 2007 An exhibition of treasures from the archive of the Illustration House. Curated by Charlie Scheips. Including a selection of decorative arts and furniture inspired by the new Buck House Estate Jewelry Collection.

Wild Flowers, SEPTEMBER 19 TO DECEMBER 1, 2007 An exhibition that explores the visual power of the flower in paintings, furniture and decorative art.

ROGER JAZILEK - An Exhibition of Paintings, Sept 2008

The Design Entrepreneur Book Launch Party, Nov 2008 The projects in The Design Entrepreneur reveal the varied ways that designers put their ideas into marketable forms.

Autumn Hues, Lavenders & Blues, Oct 2009 WEARABLE ART/ Janis Provisor applies her personal style to playful jewels.

Elle Decor Celebrates the New Buck House, Nov 2009 Margaret Russell, editor-in-chief of Elle Decor, hosted a people-packed opening of Buck House at its new location at 1318 Madison Avenue and 93rd Street.

Juan Montoya - Book Launch Party, Dec 2009

LAUNCH OF ROCKNROLA JEWELRY IN NYC, Feb 2010 From Susan Cohn Rockefeller and Carola Mack, ROCKNROLA designs combine downtown cred and uptown swank with a social conscience. Oceana benefit party.

INDIAN SUMMER - Benefit Party, May 2010 A philanthropic endeavor for Buck House, profits went to Aid to Artisans, a nonprofit organization which champions the handmade arts and their artisans throughout the world.

GARDEN PARTY, July 2010 Garden Party celebrates Buck House's first guest designer for the Buck House Window Project with the window installation, "Garden Party" by John Danzer for Munder Skiles.

HARESH LALVANI: XtraD, April 2011

Gwyneth Leech, The Cup Drawing Installation: Hypergraphia, June 9, 2011

References

  1. "Discoveries by Designers", Architectural Digest, August 2005.
  2. Nicksin, Carole. "Room with a Point of View", New York Times Magazine, New York: April 3, 2005.
  3. Shaw, Dan. "Make it Mod", Elle Decor, December 2008.
  4. Cohler, Eric. "The Mysterious World of Deborah Buck", American Art Collector, August 2007.
  5. Food Network, 2003.
  6. Members’ News.” Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (October 2010).
  7. Heller, Steven and Lita Talarico. The Design Entrepreneur: Turning Graphic Design Into Goods That Sell. Beverly, Mass: Rockport Publishers, 2008, 72.
  8. Lou Marota, “In Living Color: Outstanding Design Resources From an Insider,” Connecticut Cottages and Gardens (February 2011).
  9. ”Buck House Launches Gallery With ‘Manhattan: Glamor,’” Antiques and the Arts Weekly. (New York: April 7, 2006).
  10. ”Deborah Buck”, The Pied a Terre (November 2010).