"Navajo" - 2014
62" x 49" SOLD

"Ocean Floor" - 2014
​49" x 50" SOLD

"Skating on Ice" - 2014
​50" x 50"

"Silver Salute" - 2014
​38" x 38" SOLD

"Black on Black" - 2015
​61" x 50"

"Bed of Roses" - 2014
​48" x 48"

"Bed of Roses" Detail - 2014
​48" x 48"

Born in the Netherlands, Regina is a resident of Palm Beach and Washington D.C.  She studied painting with Gene Davis and Leon Berkowitz at the Corcoran Washington School of Arts and sculpture at the Armory Art Center in West Palm Beach. This exhibition will showcase her paintings and bronze sculptures. Her work is included in over two hundred private collections. 

“Regina Porten’s recent series of sculptures ‘A New Body of Bronze’, exemplifies the power of the aesthetic principle of abstraction at its best. In these works Porten fuses the imagery of human bones – recognizable and psychologically charged objects – with conceptual representations of human figures. The aesthetically essential ambiguity of the visual double-entente fully expresses the concept of abstract manipulation as the essential component of the aesthetic experience. That these anthropomorphic objects are also handsome and fluidly rendered further enriches their artistic value”. David C. Levy, President, Sotheby’s Institute of Art. David C. Levy was President & Director of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1991-2005; prior to which he was Chancellor of New School University (NY) and headed Parsons School of Design.

Selected Exhibitions:
Cornell Museum
The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
Armory Art Center
Scripps Research Institute
Gasiunasen Gallery – One-Woman Show

            Currently on display:

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

National Museum of Women in the Arts                 University of Maryland
Sotheby’s Institute of Art
Palm Beach Zoo
Royal Netherlands Embassy
DTR Modern Galleries


Artist  >> Regina Porten

"Sunset" - 2014
​49" x 49" SOLD

"Rocky Mountain" - 2014
​50" x 62" SOLD


"Field of Poppies" - 2014
​50" x 50" SOLD

"Black on Black" Detail - 2015
​61" x 50"

"Golden Twenties" - 2014
​48" x 48"