The Gallery at 17 Peck is proud to represent Malcolm Furlow, an award-winning artist, photographer and writer with accolades ranging from international philanthropy to celebrity, corporate, embassy and political collections. Instantly recognizable world-wide, a collection of Furlow’s recent acrylics on canvas will be available for public viewing and acquisition exclusively at 17 Peck. Overwhelmingly considered one of the most important, and sought-after artists of the American Southwest, his vibrant works premiered in New England at the gallery’s opening reception on May 18, 2006.
Malcolm Furlow’s electrifying paintings are a major focal point in countries around the world, including exhibitions and collections in the U.S. Embassies of Morocco, Belgium and Beijing, the White House, CEO Magazine, The Smithsonian, Mobil Oil, Samuel Goldwyn, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Richard Pryor, President George H.W. Bush, President Bill and Senator Hillary Clinton, Jon Bon Jovi, Bernadette Peters, Wes Studi, Phyllis Diller, William DeVane, B.J. Thomas, Jane Goodall Institute, President George W. Bush, Darryl Hannah, Eiteljorg Museum, National Wildlife Museum, Koshare Museum, Santa Fe Fine Arts Museum, Coca Cola Olympic Pavilion, Make a Wish Foundation, NBC’s Today Show, Raymond James Financial Art Collection, Columbia University, and many others.
Malcolm Furlow has won the silver award from the Sorbonne, and exhibited in – and received – the gold award from the Luxembourg Museum in Paris. As of spring, 2006, he has sold-out over fifty solo shows.
A documentary about the “Life and Art of Malcolm Furlow,” produced by PBS and scheduled for release later this year, refers to him as a “Renaissance Man,” while a biographical major motion picture has just been given “green light” status.
Visit 17 Peck weekdays, 10:00-6:00; Saturday, 11:00-5:00; or contact the gallery at (401) 331-2561 to request an appointment for private viewing.