Borbay’s Upper East Side Meets Jackson

Jul 7, 2017 by Anne Bradley

Borbay’s Upper East Side Meets Jackson

Teton Valley artist and Manhattan transplant, artist Borbay, is bringing the Upper East Side to The Center For the Arts. Winner of the 2017 “Spirit of Wyoming” competition hosted by The Art Association of Jackson Hole and Jackson Hole Still Works, current Artist-in-Residence at Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole and Time Out Magazine’s Most Creative New Yorker — Borbay is sharing three iconic New York paintings in The Center’s intimate “Green Room.”

Two of the pieces, “The Neon Guggenheim”and “Mindscape Guggenheim” are part of Borbay’s 20-Guggenheim’s-in-20-Year series. Between these 30”X30” Frank Lloyd Wright inspired works, hangs a futuristic 40”X40” painting, entitled “Sutton Place at Twilight”. All three are available for acquisition online via Borbay’s Square Marketplace — for each work sold during this exhibition, Borbay will donate $1000 to The Center.

“Manhattan in Jackson” will be available for viewing on Wednesday, July 12th, from 6:00 - 9:00PM, during The Center’s Annual Benefit Concert with Lyle Lovett and His Large Band. You can schedule a private appointment for viewing by contacting Ponteir Sackrey by email ponteir@jhcenterforthearts.org or phone: 307.734.8956.


You can find out more about Borbay on www.borbay.com on Instagram and by joining his newsletter.


Banner Sutton Place at Twilight Painting by Borbay

Banner Mindscape Guggenheim Painting by Borbay

Banner Neon Guggenheim by Borbay

Header Borbay Dude Carpet