Very Exciting! Can't wait to see you there. Contact me by email or text for directions, even I could follow!! See you there!
InkSplash: The Art of Impressions
Rockaway Artist Alliance Gallery T7
Ft Tilden, Breezy Point, NY Gateway National Park
Exhibit dates: Sat., November 18- Sun., December 17, 2017
Artist's Opening Reception: Sunday November 19, 2017 2-6PM
Gallery hours: weekends Saturdays and Sundays, 12-4pm
Inksplash: The Art of Impressions is an invitational exhibition of artists who make impressions. Printmakers are capable of producing multiple images from the same plate or matrix. Each print produced is not a copy but considered an original impression, revealing unique qualities and variations.
The RAA Press Printmaking Studio is the heart of the printmaking community in Rockaway, Queens. We will be exhibiting prints by the many local artists who have taught and attended our printmaking workshops as well as the many printmakers who have contributed to our ongoing print community at RAA.
“The community of artists we have gathered to exhibit in InkSplash: the Art of Impressions come from diverse backgrounds and have distinct styles that embody the depth, breadth and beauty of Printmaking.” Victoria Barber
Curators: Christian Le Gars and Victoria Barber
Artists: Chris Ann Ambery, Carolyn Antonucci, Victoria Barber, Gabriel We Beghi, Margaret Burke, Deena des Rioux, Esther Grillo, Neddi Heller, Jason Heuer, Carmela LaGamba Bode, Christian Le Gars, Luanda Lorenzo, Jesse Paris Smith, Renee Radenberg, Melissa Rubin, Christopher Saucedo, Caryl St Ama, Onnie Strother, Beth Vendryes Williams, Stu Watson
InkSplash: The Art of Impressions will feature works using a variety of printmaking processes ranging from traditional (intaglio, relief, lithography, solarplate, bookmaking and screen printing) to experimental. These works address a variety of topics concerning design, representation, and abstraction.
BEasy Band and friends will be on hand to play for us!
"Rushing waters" is a solar print that was inspired by the energetic movement of time through sky and waters Exhibit up untilJuly August 27, 2017.
Imagine You Could Make A Difference" 2017 YFCA Spring Benefit/ ART Exhibit and join us Saturday, May 6, at the Planting Fields Hay Barn from 6-8p. YFCA provides a wide range of high quality mental and social services, with privacy and dignity, to children, adult, and families. To inquire about and purchase tickets call Barbara Rakusin at YfCA, 516-922-6867 and find us online at http://yfcaoysterbay.org/. Keep Watch for updates and links to participating artists' websites.
Come join us during spring break at this journaling Workshop for kids, on April 12 .
Sign up whle there is still space left! An incredible opportunity for your child to write and paint directly onto beautiful handmade Japanese style journal. We will explore memories and ideas in the spirit of Edna Olmstead , Her journals provide a perfect example of documenting life events and ideas with images and writing!. The artifacts at the historical society enrich and inspire!
More information https://www.facebook.com/pg/NorthportHistoricalSociety/events/
Explore the tradition of Journal writing in this workshop with participants engaging in writing, drawing, watercolor, collage or photography. Examine the many ways journals can creatively document and individual's feeling and ideas over a lifetime.
No prior experience is necessary. Attendees should bring a journal or notebook and are encouraged to arrive with printed materials that inspire.. A variety of materials will be available for use. Some journal sketchbooks will be on hand for purchase.
Cost is $40 per person. Space is limited to 20 persons. Registration is recommended.For more information call 516-922-5032.
I was sorting through my journals because I had to take them down from their home, the top shelves, to prepare for renovation of my art office/storage area. I thought I had 30 journals. After counting, I found that I had 130, of all different sizes.
The show explores the value of reflection upon the my daily life, be it in written word, or hand drawn sketches. The visceral impact that the past observations have had on my current work are impossible to overlook.
Solitary tree; view from porch 20" x 16" watercolor, by beth vendryes williams
and other beautiful paintings created 'en plein air" at Sagamore Hill are on exhibit up at Oyster Bay Historical Society's Koenig Gallery free and open to the public!