Friday, March 11, 2016


Most of the street art found uptown is more on the commercial side but one painter did catch our eye up on Sugar Hill in the past few weeks.  Walking by the Mama K's soup shop on St. Nicholas by 148th Street, we noticed an artist setting up a miniature outdoor exhibit with some striking paintings that could hang with the modern movement of the earlier part of the 20th century.  Carl E. Karni Bain is the local local talent who really impressed us with the pieces that have a depth of knowledge and confidence which is seldom found outside of a proper gallery.  The painter who mainly uses acrylic is usually out front of the commercial space during the afternoons and those interested in the collection should definitely drop by to take a look at the unique presentation up on the hill.

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