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Dive
       
     
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Cloud of Agnes
       
     
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Mother Earth
       
     
Jackie O in White
       
     
Miss Thing
       
     
Dakota Under Glass (in Pink)
       
     
The Ansonia
       
     
Empire
       
     
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Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).
Photo: Timothy Hutto

Dive
       
     
Dive

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here)

Storytelling has a strong connection to historic stained glass works, as in works of art in general. "Dive" is based on a story of deep ocean diving. Cavalieri photographed the model to fit his vision for this stained glass work.

Medium: Hand painted and silk-screened (kiln fired) enamels on stained glass, set into a non-rust stainless steel frame with LED lights
Size: 30 1/4 x 40 1/2 inches (76 x 102 cm)
Date: 2015

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International Year of De-Light

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).
Photo: Timothy Hutto

Cloud of Agnes
       
     
Cloud of Agnes

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).

Agnes Moorhead in the role of Endora, Samantha’s (Elizabeth Montgomery) mortal-loathing, quick-witted witch mother, in the situation comedy Bewitched (1964-1972). Cavalieri graphically arranges the haughty and arrogant Moorhead as a storm cloud.

Kiln fired, silk-screened enamel on stained glass

Height: 28 1/2 inches (72 cm)
Date: 2015

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International Year of De-Light

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).
Photo: Timothy Hutto

International Year of De-Light
       
     
International Year of De-Light

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).
Photo: Timothy Hutto

International Year of De-Light
       
     
International Year of De-Light

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).
Photo: Timothy Hutto

Mother Earth
       
     
Mother Earth

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here)

Commenting on the infatuation of media in our society, central figure, Marge Simpson, rises above the chaos as a true Goddess.

Medium: Hand painted and silk-screened (kiln fired) enamels on stained glass, set into a non-rust stainless steel frame with LED lights

Size: 28 x 40 inches (59 x 75 cm)

Date: 2015

Jackie O in White
       
     
Jackie O in White

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).

This work was first shown in "NYC MAKERS" the Museum of Arts and Design (NYC) first biennial in 2014.

Honoring Jacqueline “Jackie” Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. First Lady, fashion setter, leader of the historic preservation campaign to prevent demolition of historic buildings including New York’s Grand Central Terminal. This work celebrates the Chanel suits that she was know for elegantly popularizing in the 1960’s.

Date:  2014

Materials: Silk-screened enamel kiln fired on stained glass, solder, LED lights and metal frame

Size: 26 3/4 wide x 27 tall x 2 inches deep.

Miss Thing
       
     
Miss Thing

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).

Portrait of a 1970’s party girl.

Medium: Hand painted and silk-screened (kiln fired) enamels on stained glass, set into a non-rust stainless steel frame with LED lights

Size: 23 3/8 x 29 3/8 inches each (59 x 75 cm)

Date: 2015 

Dakota Under Glass (in Pink)
       
     
Dakota Under Glass (in Pink)

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).

In this portrait of The Dakota (72nd Street and Central Park West in Manhattan) Cavalieri places the historic landmark building under a glass dome, like a sweet slice of cake or a protected jewel. 

The work is silk-screened enamel on glass, which is set into a light box.

Medium: Silk-screened and kiln fired enamels on glass, LED lights

Size: 11 3/4 x 15 5/8 inches (30 x 40 cm)

Date 2015

The Ansonia
       
     
The Ansonia

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).

A tribute to the Ansonia, a luxurious building on the Upper West Side of Manhattan (Broadway and 73-74th St., Erected between 1899 and 1904)

First built as a hotel by William Earle Dodge Stokes with Beaux-Art style with a Parisian style mansard roof.

The Ansonia has had many celebrated residents, including baseball player Babe Ruth (see baseball in the bottom left corner of art). It housed the Continental Baths, a gay bathhouse where Bette Midler provided musical entertainment early in her career, with Barry Manilow as her accompanist. From 1977 until 1980, The Ansonia Hotel’s basement was home to Plato’s Retreat, an open door swinger sex club. 

Medium: Hand painted and silk-screened (kiln fired) enamels
on stained glass, set into a steel frame with LED lights.

Size: 16 (w) x 16 x 2 (h) in. (41 x 41 cm)

Date: 2015 

Empire
       
     
Empire

Highlights from Cavalieri's 6 month 2016 exhibition at the OUT hotel in New York City. (see WALL STREET article on exhibition here).

Based on a classic engraving of the signature New York Empire State building.

Medium: Hand painted and silk-screened (kiln fired)enamels on stained glass, set into a non-rust stainless steel frame with LED lights

Size: 21 x 29 inches (53 x 77 cm)

Date: 2015