2017   NYU Langone Medical Center, NY.

2016   NYU Langone Medical Center, NY.


July 17 - August 6, 2017   Quogue Library, Quogue, NY.

2017    MARK PERRY REAL ABSTRACT - The Gallery at Lillian August, Norwalk Ct.

2015    SUMMERTIME,  ILLE Arts, Amagansett, NY.

2015    FOR THE ROSES,  Elizabeth Dow Home, EH NY. 

2009   LANDSCAPES, New Century Gallery, NY.

2008   INTERLUDE,  The Surface Library Gallery, EH, NY.


2017    50thANNUAL SPRINGS INVITATIONAL, Ashawagh Hall, EH

2017    ALT EGOS,  Curated by Scott Bluedorn for CRUSH Curatorial, Amagansett, NY

2017    FORCES OF NATURE, Curated by Mary Laspia, Ashawagh Hall, EH, NY.

2017    Guild Hall Members Show, EH, NY

2016     HOLIDAY SHOW,  ILLE Arts, Amagansett, NY.

2016    ZINEFEST,  ILLE Arts, Amagansett, NY.

2016    Lawrence Fine Art, East Hampton, NY.

2015    Zoya Tommy Gallery, TX.

2015   ZINEFEST,  ILLE Arts, Amagansett, NY. 

2015    ILLE Arts,  Amagansett, NY.

2013    ILLE Arts, Amagansett NY.

2013   SUMMER BREEZE,  Zoya Tommy Gallery, TX.  with DANVILLE CHADBOURNE

2013   Neoteric Fine Art Gallery, Amagansett, NY.

2012   ILLE Arts, Amagansett, NY.

2012   ILLE Arts, 216 Main Street, Amagansett NY. Studio Tour  

2012   I DIGRESS,  The Surface Library at Ashawaugh Hall, EH.

2010    The Surface Library Gallery, EH., NY.

2010    Ashawagh Hall, EH, NY

2010   Curated by James Kennedy, Ashawagh Hall, EH, NY.

2009   ART BAZAAR,  Lyons Wier Gallery, NY, NY.

2010    WIDE OPEN SHOW,  Brooklyn Waterfront Artists

2009   DIALOG 1, The Surface Library Gallery SYDNEY BUTCHKES + Mark Perry Curated by James Kennedy

2008 - LTV Station, Wainscott, NY. Curated by James Kennedy









2017   ZINE FEST, Ille Arts, Amagansett, NY

2017    Amagansett Historical Association, Annual Group Show, Jackson Carriage House, Amagansett, NY.

2017    Mecox Gardens, Southampton, NY

2017    SAG HARBOR FLORIST, Sag Harbor, NY

2017    WALTER ATTAWAY, THE SHOP, Southampton, NY

2016    IFPDA 2016, Cade Tompkins Projects, RI

2016    Amagansett Historical Association, Annual.

2015    Artsy:

2015    Amagansett Historical Association, Annual.

2013 - ArtHamptons, Bridgehampton, NY. Vogelsang Gallery

2014 - Select Contemporary Art Fair NY. Zoya Tommy Gallery

2013 - Houston Fine Art Fair, ‘HFAF’ Zoya Tommy Gallery

2013 - ArtHamptons, Bridgehampton, NY. Vogelsang Gallery

2013 - Affordable Art Fair, Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W 18th St. NY.

2012 - 74th Annual Guild Hall Member Show

2011 - 73rd Annual Guild Hall Artist Member Show

2011 - Affordable Art Fair NYC,  Surface Library Gallery   

2011 - Nest Interiors, NY. Home Design

2010 - Balasses House Antiques, Amagansett, NY.

2010 - 72nd Annual Guild Hall Artist Member Show

2010 - Affordable Art Fair NY,  ART BAZAAR,  NY. 

2009 - 71st Annual Guild Hall Members Show

2009 - High Line Open Studios

2008 - Four-Handed Lift, B, HIV Law Project at Moti Hasson Gallery, NY. Curated by Almond Zigmund.

2008 - 70th Annual Guild Hall Artist Member Show

Artist Statement

My process is fluid, creating space for:  the experimental, inquisitive adult and the child with a five second attention span. The challenge when making abstract work is keeping a clear head with imagery and thoughts swirling through the brain. Interpreting all the information with color, movement and an open mind. With this approach wonder can still be found in the studio.

There are themes that define my waking hours and whose influence is undeniably woven into in the work. The most palpable, and one playing out in the studio of late, is an obsession with time - as a resource as a thief, as a constant shadow. We have all felt the anxiety of time running out, hopefully it fills us with a desire to create more.

I'm intrigued by the the perception of time as a very real phenomenon: the older we get, the less we experience the rush of novelty.  What does that mean for an artist in the fullness of middle age? Is it possible to see and to paint with a heightened sense of discovery? Does experience give depth and the ability to engage fully, and without self-judgement?  I'm counting on it.


Mark Perry is a painter residing in New York City and East Hampton NY.  Born and raised in Providence RI,  Perry studied Portraiture and Life Drawing, Evening Division at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), while working for ten years an an Electrical Draftsman for an architectural engineering firm in Providence.

In 1987, Mr. Perry entered the Providence Art Club's "Open Painting Show" and won the Milton Halladay prize for his portrait, "Bonnie." He also worked weekly with a small private group (most affiliated with or RISD alumni) throughout his twenties. In 1989, Perry moved to NYC and continued his studies at The Society of Illustrators and the Spring St. Studio. During this time He began spending time in Amagansett, leaving figurative work behind and entering the next phase which became his passion, the landscape.

In 2008, Perry received his first solo exhibition at the Surface Library Gallery in Springs, East Hampton. He became a member of the Artists' Alliance of East Hampton and for years was part of their annual studio tour.  Perry's paintings have since been in solo and group shows and Art Fairs in NY, Houston and East Hampton. He has had local press for his solo shows, work featured in national art and design magazines as well as paintings featured in sets for one major motion picture. 

In July 2017, Perry is preparing for a solo show at the Quogue Library, Quogue NY.

Jan. 2017