Friday, November 22, 2013



The 12-foot tall bronze sculpture that had all of New York buzzing upon installation on Wednesday is being ousted by the city from it’s current location in front of 3 west 57th street. The sculpture, created by Salt Lake City-based artist, Jim Rennert, represents a man with his eyes fixed upward towards the skyscrapers around him, serving as a reminder that when we “think big,” we can achieve anything.

“Although we have permission from the owners of the building it sits in front of, the city is making us move THINK BIG by Monday,” explains Rennert. “We’re bummed, because in the short time it’s been there, hundreds of people have come to take photographs with it and talk with me. They were really inspired by it.”

In support of the THINK BIG movement, Callahan Capital Properties has stepped up to offer the piece a temporary home at 1411 Broadway. Rennert will be on the hunt for a new permanent or semi-permanent location after that.

“My intention was always to share this piece with the whole city, so I would love to find many locations around the city to display the sculpture over the next couple years,” Rennert said. “That way lots of people could enjoy it!”

Rennert has put out the following call-to-action:

“We want to hear from property owners who ‘Think Big’ and want to support public art. We encourage anyone with a private plaza or privately owned area where the sculpture can be placed but remain in public view to contact us via our Facebook page (

Also, we are encouraging people to tweet in support of THINK BIG, using the hashtag #DoYouThinkBig, sharing their love for the sculpture and what it stands for! We would love to hear ways that members of the public "Think Big" - after all, this sculpture was meant to inspire!!”

Follow the THINK BIG journey
Twitter and Instagram: @DoYouThinkBig

WABC TV came to interview Rennert and cover the story of the sculpture’s arrival in NYC. Watch the story here

Even legendary NYC photographer, Bill Cunningham came by to snap some shots of THINK BIG…

All day, passersby snapped photos with the giant sculpture…



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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Think Big Installed on 57th Street in NYC!

Jim Rennert’s monumental sculpture Think Big is currently installed on 57th Street!
Jim arrived this morning with the 12 foot tall bronze sculpture as a gift to the City of New York to act as a reminder of what we can accomplish if we dare to Think Big.

Before becoming a sculptor, Jim held a career in the business world.  Even though Jim made the decision to become an artist, he allows his previous experience to influence his work.  Think Big and other works reflect Jim’s theme that ‘business is the sport of a lifetime’.
Rennert hopes this sculpture will serve as inspiration for all of those who see it to Think Big and accomplish dreams of their own.

Jim will be in the city from November 20th through the 26th, if you would like to schedule a time to meet with him please contact us at: or 212.570.4696

Saturday, November 16, 2013


Bidding is now open in our Fall Fine Art Auction, Online at

Please visit the site to see the fine selection of works by John Terelak, Jan Pawlowski, Ken Davies, Reuben Nakian, Leonard Everett Fisher, Kerry Hallam, Florence Arven, Timothy Barr, Debranne Cingari, and many more! 

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Announcing PROJECT 3W57 in NYC

Cavalier Gallery is pleased to present Project 3W57in New York City; an interim exhibition space featuring distinctive presentations of paintings, sculpture, and photography.  This Project space will be open from November 2013 through April 2014 at 3 West 57th Street on the 4th Floor (near the corner of 5th Avenue).  We invite you to visit us at this prime location Monday - Saturday, 10am - 5pm. 

The Premier Exhibition at Project 3W57 includes works by Michael Aviano, Daniel E. Greene, Max Ginsburg, Edward Minoff, Scott Duce, John Terelak, Nicholas Berger, Lori Zummo, Nina Maguire, Robert Farber, Jim Rennert, Bruno Lucchesi, Reuben Nakian, Bradley Hart, Donald Martiny, Edouard Cortes, James E. Buttersworth, Jack L. Gray, Antonio Jacobsen, and Hayley Lever.
Daniel E. Greene 57th Street
Michael Aviano In Memory of the White Rose

Robert Farber Seeing Montana

Bruno Lucchesi Track 19
Donald Martiny Yukpa
3 West 57th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10019
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm & by Appointment