Jeff Chester, Eighteen, 2018, Oil, alkyd resin and acrylic on polyester canvas over wood panel, 18 x 18 inches (each)
Joshua Avery Webster, Sometimes, I Think, 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 18 x 45 inches

Voltz Clarke Gallery is a contemporary art gallery based on the Upper East Side of New York City. The gallery maintains a roster of national and international, emerging to mid career artists including Bradley Sabin, Natasha Law, Heather Chontos, Holland Cunningham, Sara Genn, Stephanie Patton, Landon Nordeman, and Field Kallop among others. 
Committed to presenting work across all media including painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, photography and video. Voltz Clarke Gallery maintains a consistent exhibition schedule in New York as well as Palm Beach, Florida. The gallery maintains artistic collaborations in Los Angeles, Texas, Massachusetts and other national locations. Additionally, Voltz Clarke oversees international ongoing art projects in Italy, France and London.
A primary focus of Voltz Clarke is introducing art ideas and diverse conversations to communities near and far in addition to offering assistance to collectors of all levels as they build or expand their collections. 
Founded as a private consulting business by Blair Clarke in 2002, the move to a brick and mortar gallery took place in 2015 when Alistair Clarke joined the team.