Living with Art

Collecting and living with art is a profound joy.  A collection is a visual diary of one’s life.  

I work with collectors to help them develop their eye and find pieces that reflect their lives.  I strive to offer works that have important cultural significance.  

It’s a wonderfully transformative process and journey we embark on together.

Curating Art
I have strived to “make art accessible” in my more than 20 year career.  Curating public exhibitions allows for more people to view the work.  Making art accessible is an important component to increasing the conversation about art.  

Flatiron Prow Art Space

Since 2011, the iconic Flatiron building located on 23rd street has featured installation art that has been curated by Cheryl McGinnis Projects.

Flushing Town Hall
a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate

Cheryl McGinnis curated numerous exhibitions
with the Flushing Town hall Including :
          Through Kids Eyes:
          Exploring the Creative Process   
          Between Two Worlds: Reflections of Contemporary Chinese Art  
          Touched by Women hands

Peekskill Project

Cheryl McGinnis has curated numerous
public art exhibitions, including Peekskill Project 5