Penn Medicine presents an art exhibition from April 2017 through April 2018, at the Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. The juried art exhibition is dedicated to the memory of Bernett L. Johnson, Jr., M.D., former Chief Medical Officer of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. One of my paintings will be included.
The Perelman Center is open 24 hours a day.
The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art is pleased to announce the 2017 National Juried Painting Exhibition. The show will take place in the Gallery of Art and Design.
Opening Reception: August 31 from 5–7pm
Gallery Hours: Monday through Friday, 10am–5pm
A lecture by juror, Peter Van Dyck and Awards Reception will be held on September 22nd at 6pm.
Peter Van Dyck studied painting and drawing at the Florence Academy of Art in Florence, Italy from 1998-2002. He also taught in the program from 2000-2002. He returned to Philadelphia in 2002 to paint in his studio and began exhibiting his work in numerous group shows in Philadelphia, New York, and San Francisco. He has had solo shows at John Pence Gallery, San Francisco, Eleanor Ettinger Gallery, New York, and The Grenning Gallery, Sag Harbor. In 2003, Van Dyck began teaching at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where, in 2011, he became an assistant professor in the Certificate/BFA program. In 2012, he was named one of 25 Important Artists of Tomorrow by American Artist Magazine. In 2013 his work was included in the book Painted Landscapes, Contemporary Views by Lauren P. della Monica. His work has also been reproduced in numerous periodicals including, American Artist Magazine, American Arts Quarterly, Art News, American Art Collector, International Artist Magazine, and Art and Antiques.
The University of Southern Mississippi Museum of Art was established in 1997 by the Mississippi Institute of Higher Learning Board of Trustees as an expansion of the C.W. Woods Gallery founded in 1977. Recently completed in 2014, the Gallery of Art and Design, a 2000 sq. ft. contemporary art gallery located on campus in the historic George Hurst Building, is now the primary exhibition space for all USM Museum of Art and Department of Art and Design exhibitions.
The River Road Show, sponsored by the Art Guild of Louisiana, is currently celebrating its 48th year. It is an annual national juried exhibition. The primary purpose of this exhibition is to showcase artists’ work from across the country. I'm honored to have one painting in this show.
Opening Reception is September 21, 5:30 to 7:30pm.
Gallery hours are Monday — Friday 8am to 4:30pm.
My work will be included in this group fiber show at Mount Airy Contemporary, curated by Melissa Maddonni Haims. Mount Airy Contemporary (MAC) is a small artist-run exhibition space in the northwest of Philadelphia. The gallery’s program is focused on connecting artists and artist communities across regional pockets, and to that end most shows are pairings of local Philadelphia artists with artists in other cities. This exhibition, Achromatic, features the work of twelve women whose artwork includes white fibers. The artists selected were asked to create work specifically for this show which utilized shades of white in order to confront the norms associated with the color.
Opening Reception: Saturday September 16 from 6pm—9pm
Philadelphia Open Studio Tour: Saturday October 14 from noon —6pm
Closing Reception: Saturday October 21 from 1pm — 4pm
Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council's (TRAHC) 29th Annual Juried Exhibition celebrates local, regional, and national artists. This year's juror is Lauren Cross, PhD, MFA, Adjunct Professor and Interdisciplinary Art and Design Studies Lecturer at University of North Texas, Denton, TX. Dr. Cross is an artist, curator, and scholar living in Fort Worth, Texas. She earned her BA in Art, Design, and Media from Richmond, The American International University in London, England, MFA in Visual Arts from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, and PhD from Texas Woman's University in Denton, TX. Her artistic work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally and she frequently facilitates curatorial and art projects both in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and beyond.
Cross is the Founder/Curator of non-profit arts organization in Fort Worth, WoCA Projects, and has received many awards for her creative work, including an official selection for the 2010 International Black Women’s Film Festival in Berkeley, CA for her first documentary, The Skin Quilt Project; The Fort Worth Weekly’s Third Annual Visionary Award in 2013; named #32 of 100 Top Dallas Creatives by the Dallas Observer in 2014-2015, and featured in the 2015 Edinburgh Art Festival. She is a Lecturer in the Department of Art Education + Art History at the University of North Texas' College of Visual Arts & Design (CVAD) where she serves as a core faculty member for the Interdisciplinary Art and Design Studies program.
I have two paintings in this show. Opening Reception is Friday, July 14, 2017 6:30 pm—8:00 pm
Fabriq Spa Acupuncture and Wellness Center, Queen Village’s all natural and organic day spa, is excited to celebrate the spring season by hosting the first Fabriq Spa Celebrate the Spring by Celebrating Your Skin event.
“Spring is all about rejuvenation,” says Gabrielle Applebaum, Fabriq Spa owner and acupuncturist. “We want to start the spring season of with a big focus on positivity and healthy skin!”
To mark the change of seasons Fabriq Spa will offer a limited sampling of LeGrand Moisturizer’s all natural, chemical- and cruelty-free moisturizer and lip balm as door prizes.
“As a spa and wellness professional invested in the health of my clients and community, I am really excited to be able to share this product with QueenVillage, especially as we transition into warmer weather when our skin is going through so many changes!”
LeGrand Moisturizer is the foundational product used in Fabriq Spa’s Love Your Face, Love your Feet facial and foot treatments.
The Celebrate the Spring by Celebrating Your Skin event will feature the work of visual artist Constance Culpepper.
“The spring season always holds great possibilities,” Applebaum adds. “Constance’s work focuses on family and renewal, the perfect combination for season.”
Annual group show at 3rd Street Gallery in Old City, featuring work by Howard Brunner, Francesca Costanzo, Constance Culpepper, Peter Cunicelli, Rhea Dennis, Dan Evans, Nancy E.F. Halbert, Andrew Hart, Mary Beth Kazanicka, Katherine Kurtz, Ellen Silberlicht, Jim Stewart and Jacqueline Unanue.
First Friday April 7: 5 to 9pm
Artist Opening Reception Sunday April 9: 1 to 4pm
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Sunday 12 to 5pm.
My work will be included in the Winter Art Exhibition at Sotheby's Prominent Properties in Montclair, New Jersey. Opening Reception is February 2 from 6—8 PM.
Main Line Art Center presents the work of a selection of Professional Artist Members in their award-winning galleries. The juried exhibition features painters, photographers, sculptors, and mixed media artists from the Greater Philadelphia area. The Professional Artist Membership Program provides a select group of artists with a variety of exhibition, educational, and networking opportunities that enrich and support the artists as well as expose them to collectors, curators, and designers.
The exhibition opens with a reception on Friday, January 13 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm.
Monday – Thursday: 10 to 8
Friday – Sunday: 10 to 4
Opening Reception: Saturday November 5th 4 — 7pm
The Women's Caucus for Art Philadelphia proudly presents OUTSIDE IN, a juried exhibition featuring members of our chapter, at the Scotts Mills Studios in the East Falls section of Philadelphia.
Public armor, private thoughts.
External defenses, inner ambitions.
Outside agency, inside domesticity.
For women this duality is a condition of existence. The work in this exhibition explores the multisided and layered aspects of our exterior and interior experiences.
Eleanor Schimmel’s encaustic paintings have been featured in major exhibits for over 25 years. She has distinguished herself in the field of encaustic painting with numerous awards and recognition, museum exhibits and public installations. Her inventive use of this ancient technique of painting with pigmented wax has elicited high praise for her abstract works. Eleanor Schimmel attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and is a graduate of Moore College of Art and Design, where she was honored as the 2005 Distinguished Alumna. She resides in Haverford, PA and works at her studio in the Norristown Arts Building in Norristown, PA.
Saturday October 8th - October 9th: 12:00PM - 6:00PM
Thursday October 13th: 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Friday October 14th: 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Saturday October 15th - October 16th: 12:00PM - 6:00PM
Apartment 1804: Culpepper, Haims and Quinn
Curated by interior designers in partnership with Design Philadelphia, as well as the staging of artwork by InLiquid, five apartments in the East Tower of Park Towne Place Museum District Homes will be transformed into designed interior installations centered upon the theme of "Home."
Located on the 18th floor, each of four staged apartment installations are a designer's unique interpretation of the theme, and the fifth installation is a collaboration between three InLiquid artists: Melissa Maddonni Haims, Donna Quinn, and Constance Culpepper.
Haims, Quinn, and Culpepper's installation examines the common theme of their work collectively: domesticity, personal space and perspective. Each of these three artists shares the conception of "home" as a collection of things (furniture, wallpaper, tableware, etc.) that fill a vacant space before it becomes a home. Whether the home is broken, being put back together, or overly full, the spaces in between these "things" are where we create our lives.
In partnership with Aimco, InLiquid curates rotating exhibitions and organizes engaging public programming at Aimco's mid-century modern complex, Park Towne Place, which offers upscale high-rise living in Center City. InLiquid is also helping to project manage Park Towne’s acquisition of new works for their permanent collection. The arts advisory relationship is part of a redevelopment initiative by Park Towne to become a vital member of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway cultural community.
I will be showing some of my new paper collages at this annual exhibition of the members of 3rd Street Gallery. This exhibition celebrates Philadelphia's Open Studio Tours (POST). Work featured will include painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, collage, mixed media, ceramic and fiber. Art technique demonstrations, artist talks and a drawing for art supplies will be held throughout POST Weekend.
Exhibition Dates: October 5 — 30, 2016
First Friday: October 7, 5 — 9pm
Artist Reception: October 9, 1 — 3pm
Post Weekend: October 22 + 23, 12 — 6pm
For the month of October, I am the featured artist on the national WCA's website. So honored to be a part of this community!
About Women’s Caucus for Art
The Women’s Caucus for Art was founded in 1972 in connection with the College Art Association (CAA). WCA is a national member organization unique in its multidisciplinary, multicultural membership of artists, art historians, students, educators, and museum professionals.
The mission of the Women’s Caucus for Art is to create community through art, education, and social activism. WCA is committed to recognizing the contribution of women in the arts; providing women with leadership opportunities and professional development; expanding networking and exhibition opportunities for women; supporting local, national and global art activism; and advocating for equity in the arts for all.
As an NGO (non-governmental organization) of the United Nations, the Women’s Caucus for Art actively supports the UN Millennium Goals. WCA utilizes art as the universal language to engage artists, NGOS, and civil society on a broad range of issues such as gender equity and environmental sustainability.
As a founding member of the Feminist Art Project, WCA is part of a collaborative national initiative celebrating the Feminist Art Movement and the aesthetic, intellectual and political impact of women on the visual arts, art history, and art practice, past and present.
Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Council's 28th Annual Juried Exhibition is a juried exhibition celebrating local, regional, and national artists. The competition is hosted by the Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council, an arts council located in Texarkana, Texas, and generously sponsored by E-Z Mart, Inc.
The juror for this exhibition is Ann Prentice Wagner, PhD, Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, home of a major collection of modern and contemporary drawings. Wagner was previously Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings at the National Portrait Gallery until leaving to complete her PhD at the University of Maryland. Since then, she has been Curator at the Washington County Museum of the Fine Arts and completed several projects at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. She has also taught art history at the University of Maryland, Towson University, and George Mason University. Wagner has written and curated on a wide variety of topics in American art history, including watercolors of industrial subjects by Charles Burchfield; the first New Deal Art Project, the Public Works of Art Project; early modern drawings by Georgia O’Keeffe; prints about the John F. Kennedy assassination by Andy Warhol; and nineteenth-century wood engravers. She is currently at work on publications and exhibitions about the work on paper of John Marin and Herman Maril.
Opening Reception: July 8, 6:30 – 8:00pm
About the juror: Abelardo Morell was born in Havana, Cuba in 1948. He immigrated to the United States with his parents in 1962. Morell received his undergraduate degree in 1977 from Bowdoin College and an MFA from The Yale University School of Art in 1981. In 1997 he received an honorary degree from Bowdoin College.
His publications include a photographic illustration of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1998) by Dutton Children’s Books, A Camera in a Room (1995) by Smithsonian Press, A Book of Books (2002) and Camera Obscura (2004) by Bulfinch Press and Abelardo Morell (2005), published by Phaidon Press. Recent publications include a limited edition book by The Museum of Modern Art in New York of his Cliché Verre images with a text by Oliver Sacks.
His work has been collected and shown in many galleries, institutions and museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Metropolitan Art Museum in New York, The Chicago Art Institute, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Houston Museum of Art, The Boston Museum of Fine Art, The Victoria & Albert Museum and over seventy other museums in the United States and abroad. A retrospective of his work organized jointly by the Art Institute of Chicago, The Getty in Los Angeles and The High Museum in Atlanta closed in May 2014 after a year of travel. This past October, Abelardo had his first show at the Edwynn Houk Gallery in New York featuring a selection of new pictures. Abelardo currently has a show at the Bowdoin College Art Museum titled “The Mind of Winter” and will be on exhibition until September 27, 2015.
Artist talk Saturday, April 9, 5:00pm
Opening reception: Saturday, April 9, 2016, 6—8 pm
Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 12:30—5pm, Saturdays 10—5pm.
The UMW Galleries is proud to host the tenth Mid-Atlantic New Painting biennial exhibition. The juried exhibition will be held in the Ridderhof Martin Gallery and includes artists from Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia. I have one painting in this show.
Opening Reception and juror's talk is Thursday, January 14th from 5:00 to 7:00pm.
Tuesday through Friday: 10-4pm
Closed during University holidays and breaks
Opening reception is January 10, 2016 from 2—4pm.
PSC gallery hours are Wed, Friday, Sat and Sun 1—5 pm.
Gallery hours are Wednesday — Sunday 12 to 5pm.
This group show at 3rd Street Gallery in Old City, Philadelphia will include my work. First Friday is October 2, 5-9 pm.
I have 3 paintings in this group show in Montclair, New Jersey. Opening Reception will be on Friday, September 25, 2015. The work will be on exhibition in the SMI Virginia S. Block Gallery on the first and second floors of the Academy Square Building.
Gallery hours are Monday - Friday from 7 - 7.
My work continues to be about one's surroundings and personal space, but these paintings specifically consider how we reuse and recycle what we have, be it material possessions, relationships or past experiences being relived or repeated in a slightly altered fashion.
Opening Reception September 12 from 2-4pm
Gallery Hours: M-F 9-4:30pm, Sundays 9-12pm
The 48th Annual Art of the State of PA exhibition is recognized as the official, statewide juried competition for Pennsylvania artists. This year’s show includes 127 pieces from 123 artists, including one of my paintings. Jurors selected artwork from five categories, Craft, Painting, Photography, Sculpture and Work on Paper.
Held at the The State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, PA, opening reception is June 28th from 1:30 - 4:00pm.
The 21st Texas National is the Stephen F. Austin School of Art's annual juried competition and exhibition which attracts entrants from across the United States, providing artists an opportunity to have their work juried by highly acclaimed artists and critics. This year's juror is Zhi Lin, a Chinese artist working in 2D. The exhibition includes photography, painting, sculpture and mixed media pieces. The exhibition will be held at the Cole Art Center.