Jbis Contemporary Modern Art Gallery is now open in Downtown Schenectady

Jbis Contemporary Open House will showcase this

December 11, 2014

OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, December 13th, 2014 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM | 200 State Street
RIBBON CUTTING: Friday, December 12th, 2014 at 11:00 AM

Schenectady, New York: Jbis Contemporary Art Gallery opened for business on November 15th 2014.

The Grand Opening Exhibit Titled “Calculations of Form and Color” will feature Paintings by Jeffrey Bisaillon
and Metal Sculpture by Tony Murray. Jeffrey’s paintings are in the acrylic medium and coated in epoxy resin.

The resin creates a painting with striking colors that has to be experienced in person to be fully appreciated.

Tony’s metal Sculptures are precision machined and pressed together allowing the use of non homogenous

metals such as Copper, Brass, Aluminum, Bronze, Stainless Steel and Graphite to create one of a kind sculpture.


Owner/Artist Jeffrey Bisaillon is a self taught, contemporary abstract artist. He has been painting for over seventeen years.

His first works were abstract landscapes, influenced by the surrounding scenery of his upstate New York home. He has

painted in many genres through the years, but his biggest connection has been with the abstract. His work has been

showcased and sold in Manhattan galleries for many years, his work has also been selected to be shown at some of the

finest art festivals in the country. His paintings are now being collected throughout North America.

Jeffrey has decided to put down his artistic roots in his hometown by opening Jbis Contemporary Gallery,

The gallery is an exciting opportunity for other contemporary artists to exhibit their work.

The Gallery will showcase artists that work in Glass, wood, clay, metal, photography and painting.

On Friday, December 12th at 11:00 AM an official Ribbon Cutting event will be overseen by the Schenectady County

Chamber with support of the Downtown Schenectady Improvement Corp.The event will be on location at 200 State Street,
Schenectady, NY.

The Gallery resides in the former Spencer Business School building
which was once home to Schenectady’s first YMCA. 200 State Street
has been revitalized and converted into 11 high end apartments and
one retail space, developed by ‘Maddalone and Associates’ and adds
an exciting and fresh example of modern living and shopping to the
Schenectady area.

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