Our Award Winning Gallery
An Englewood, NJ, resident, Dorrie Rifkin paints from her passions. Thirty years' experience as an award-winning art director ignited and cemented a life-long love affair with typography. Her other passions-- music, New York City and family-- are palpable in her work. Every painting has a personal story. “I’m lucky to live close to New York City; I spend a lot of time there,” Rifkin says. “When I go to the city I usually bring a camera or sketchbook. Running out of things to paint would mean that I am not doing much of anything with my life.” Her paintings have won prizes in many international and national juried shows. She is a signature member of the Baltimore Watercolor Society, Pennsylvania Watercolor Society, Transparent Watercolor Society of America & the Northeast Watercolor Society. Ranging in size from 20"X30" to 7"X7", Dorrie's paintings are in several private collections in the U.S. and Europe. Her NYC/NJ-themed prints adorned sets and locations on NBC's Prime Suspect TV Series (2011) and Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine series (2013). The cover art for Grand Central Station's Connections, celebrating the terminal's winter 2011 centennial, was her iconic painting of its interior.
Andrew Bisdale has been a passionate photographer for most of his adult life. He studied History and Photojournalism at Boston University, where his work won several awards form the Boston Press Photographers’ Association. After graduation he began a varied freelancing career, working with such clients as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Upright Citizens Brigade, and most recently The Chris Gethard Show. Throughout his life Andrew has had a passion for nature. Over the years he has developed a special affection for the town of Crested Butte, Colorado, a place where he’s been able to explore his interest in photography and the natural world. Bisdale's work will be featured at harvey & DOT from November 12, 2015 through January 1, 2016.
Norman Seeff established himself as a successful 'rock' photographer and designer of album art in the early 70s by creating a nurturing and challenging environment with the public personalities he worked with. The emotional authenticity of the relationships he created with his subjects resulted in what harvey & DOT sees as innovative and original. To date Seeff has documented over 500 sessions with artists including musicians, actors, writers, directors, politicians, etc. Seeff has also published multiple books based on his work. Limited edition prints and The Look of Sound by Norman Seeff will be sold at harvey & DOT starting with the Grand Opening through January 1, 2016.