David Horowitz and Judith Marchand



   David Horowitz has worked as a gallery and commission artist since 2001. His gallery openings include: several shows at Gale Martin gallery in Chelsea NY (solo shows in October 2001 and March 2002, group shows from 2001 through 2003) and solo shows at Wild Rampage Gallery in Shanghai China (March 2011 and August 2011). His public works include: a permanent 20 ft by 11 ft Urban Fossil sculpture in the public lobby of 95 Morton St in NYC, four 10 ft by 38 inch diameter sculptural tree carvings as permanent installations in the public lobby of The Riverhouse in Battery Park NYC, and 75 metal patina twists (12 ft high) positioned throughout the public lobby of The Riverhouse. When the Starbucks at 25 Union Square West in NYC selected David to represent NYC artists, he created a 25 ft by 8 ft Urban Fossil Wall Sculpture for their common space. At Natirar and Ninety Acres (a restaurant, spa, and private club in Peapack-Gladstone NJ), David has produced 14 hand-carved, large-scale wood sculpture pieces that can be seen throughout the 90 acre facility, both indoors and outdoors. David's work at Natirar continues throughout the present day. www.davidhorowitzstudio.com


   Judith Marchand has been a resident of the Delaware River area for over 11 years. Her love for the river drives her passion for canoeing, kayaking, running on the tow path, and hiking the region's many trails. Her deep desire to preserve the pristine beauty of the river and its environment has found expression through her artwork. Each original piece highlights the importance of the interwoven circle that must exist in every thriving river town: that of the River sustaining the Community and the Community preserving the River.


   Judith and David have been collaborating since November 2016. They have produced several commercial commissions together including: 10 plaster fresco murals for Joie Clothing Boutique, which are installed in retail stores across the country (from Madison Avenue in NYC to Santa Monica CA), as well as a 500 square foot Urban Fossil (a cement and plaster installation) for Current/Elliott Flagship Fashion Boutique on Fillmore Street in San Francisco CA. These collaborations have led to the current Modern Fossil series. www.modernfossils.net