Let's Connect - Exhibition At The Barnes Foundation - Visit Barnes Foundation for FREE and go vote - Hopefully for Bhavisha Patel!
My painting "Elephant in Urban Jungle" after Henri Rousseau's "Woman Walking In An Exotic Forrest" https://collection.barnesfoundation.org/objects/5517/Woman-Walking-in-an-Exotic-Forest-(Femme-se-promenant-dans-une-foret-exotique)/ will be exhibited at The Barnes Foundation for 2 weeks starting May 21- June 4. Four winners will each receive a 3 month long artist residency and a $1000 a month stipend for supplies.
Artists were invited to create a work of their own in response to a single work of art in the Barnes collection. Now, the public and a team of curators will select four artists to be invited for a residency on-site in the Mural Arts Studio at the Barnes. All votes: the public and the curators will carry equal weight. So, if you are inclined, I’m asking you to please register online first and then go to The Barnes and vote, hopefully for me. Here is the link to register: (https://www.letsconnectphilly.org/community) You should register online in order to vote, but help is also available at The Barnes. Added bonus, your visit to the Barnes is free, and this includes viewing Barnes' entire collection! Bring friends along, ask them to register also to get a free visit, and make it a fun outing.
Here is a link to the Lets Connect Call if you are interested in learning more about it: https://www.letsconnectphilly.org/
Get a seek preview on Saturday, October 14th, 11:00 am to 7:00 p.m. Open Studio Tours October 15th 11:00 am to 7:00 pm
Join Naudain Street Art Collaborative (NSAC) and CFEVA for a night of international tapas, wine and specialty cocktails July 7th, 6-8:00 p.m at Ageless Gardens. Mix and mingle with NSAC artists, enjoy an artist talk, meet other art lovers and collectors and get an exclusive sneak preview of NSAC's annual group show, that will be open to the general public on Saturday July 8th, 11:00 am to 7:00 pm. Your tax-deductible ticket purchase will support The Center for Emerging Visual Artists and Philadelphia Open Studio Tours.
"Still life and landscapes" in oils by Ed Bronstein & "Bridges over the Schuykill River" by Bhavisha will be on exhibit June 2nd to June 30th. View all works on line at http://edbronstein.com/ and www.artandtheagelessgardens.com
You can contact Station Gallery at Tel: 302-654-8638 or Email:info@StationGallery.net
Naudain Street Art Collaborative Presents:
- Karen Villarreal: Watercolors, Pastels & Oils - www.karenvillarrealpaintings.com
- Emily Squires Levine: Polymer Clay Vessels and 2D images - www.emilysquireslevine.com
- Annie Stone: Collage - Instagram @AnnieStoneArt
Naudain Street Art Collaborative Artists: Lauren Sweeney (Water Colors); Burnell Yow! (Mixed Media / Assemblages); and guest artist Jean Jaffe (Photographer) are exhibiting at Ageless Gardens from March 2, 2017 to April 4, 2017. Opening reception March 4th 2017: 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m.
Come see works by Leslie Sudock of Naudain Street Art Collaborative exhibited together with art by members of Center for Creative Works where Leslie assists in the making of textile arts. Center for Creative Works is a art studio for adults with developmental disabilities. This show is to help raise funds for purchase of weaving looms. There will be Textile Art, Drawings, Paintings, Sculpture, Woodwork & more!!!!
Bhavisha's "Bicycles In Snow" are making yet another appearance at The Station Gallery Group Show. Opening Reception - December 2nd 2016 - 5:00 - 8:00 pm. There are new paintings in this series that will be exhibited for the first time. The show continues through December 24. Station Gallery was 2016 People's Choice Winner Art Gallery!!!!
Join Bhavisha for her Annual Philadelphia Open Studio Tours. The theme this year is Then & Now: Bhavisha's earlier works hung next to her recent paintings showing her growth as a self taught artist. More than 1000 people have walked though Ageless Gardens in the last five years. If you have been to Ageless Gardens before, come again and if not, come see what it is all about.
Naudain Street Art Collaborative presents works by Bill Silver and Leslie Sudock.
Bill Silver works in oils executed in an impressionistic style. This show will be featuring his works "Sky & Water" paintings that capture, light, color and motion. You can see more of his works at http://www.artbybillsilver.com/
Leslie Sudock is a textile artist. Her works are created in the Saori tradition, a Japanese weaving style. You can learn more about her at http://www.readytohand.org/
Come see all new works on recycled, homemade paper. 32 pieces of works - mostly Buddhas in this incredible space occupied by Industrious at 230 South Broad Street, 17th floor, (Broad and Locust) with entrance on Locust. Enjoy the art and the beautiful views of Philadelphia.
Painting China Town & China Town North For Pearl Street
Opening reception for plein air works created as part of a Pearl Street Micro Project for Asian Arts Initiative. This project was made possible through a grant issued by Asian Arts Initiative (on the project proposal by Bhavisha and the collaboration of artists:
Sarah Baptist; Chello Sherman; Marie Jones; Samuel Park; Surbhi Shrivastava Linda Sheehan; and Bill Silver
Featuring works by:
Betsy Alexander - Mixed Media
Ed Bronstein - Impessionist Oil Paintings
Sally Eisenberg - Abstract Art
Emily Levine - Polymer Clay
Bhavisha - Representational Oil Paintings
Priya Patel - Prints
Bill Silver - Impressionist Oil Paintings
Leslie Sudock - Fiber Artist
Lauren Sweeney - Watercolors
Burnell Yow! - Mixed Media
The upcoming Naudain Street Art Collaborative Show features works by Priya Patel and Burnell Yow. Priya Patel is a photographer and painter. Burnell Yow is an intuitive artist working in varied medias: painting, collage, assemblage, sculpture, digital art and photography. He also plays the ukulele, guitar, Native American flute and hand drums. Vist his site at http://ravenswingstudio.com/
Ageless Gardens will be hosting works of BETSY ALEXANDER & LAUREN SWEENEY - member of the Naudain Street Art Collaborative.
Betsy Alexander is a true renaissance woman. Her art includes crosses made from her collection of church signs and CDs, a series of Alaskan sunsets inspired by webcam photos, photography, jewelry making and assemblage art. She is also composes music, knits and gardens. Her works can be seen at http://betsyswonderfulthings.com/about/
Lauren Sweeney is a watercolorist. Her career in scientific illustration and biology evolved into a profession of a full-time painter. She has studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and trained in medical illustration at John Hopkins. Her still life compositions focus on close observation of organic forms of flowering plants, vegetables, seashells and gourds. Her scenic paintings focus on glimpses of domestic interiors, streetscapes or seascapes that capture the essence of the larger scene. Her works can be seen at http://inliquid.org/complete-artist-list/sweeney-lauren/