Aspire SHOWHOUSE Magazine

The Pop Art Gallery Don Christiansen, President of Chelsea Art Group—experts at dealing with museum collected artists— was very excited to be invited to participate in the Aspire House Princeton project. The
Gallery space was populated with leading artists in the genre. “We wanted something exceptional to fill the large space,” he says.

“We were very lucky to have available the Roy Lichtenstein.”
“The large yellow works were done by Pat Steir,” explains Christiansen. “She is best known for her abstract dripped, splashed and poured Waterfall paintings.”
“Also in the room was a large work on paper by Elizabeth Murray,” he adds. “Her cartoonish paintings, prints and drawings bridge the gap between surrealism, conceptualism and pop art.”