Sunday, May 26, 2013

More Drawing News!!!! Caroline Harmon

Congratulations Caroline!!
Drawings by Caroline Harmon
Artist Caroline Harman whose work recently graced our "Field Projects Gallery" walls in our last show, Drawing Conversations: An Exhibition of Drawing by Caroline Harman and Marc Chabot has been selected to show these pieces at "The Painting Center" in NYC.

The reception will be held Thursday June 20, 2013 6-8pm at The Painting Center
547 West 27th Street, Suite 500, New York, NY 10001


The show at The Painting Center, "Working It Out", is focused on illuminating the  practice of drawing in preparation for painting. Caroline  has been gracious enough to continue to  have her work at our space as a benefit to our students and visitors in an effort to reveal the research and working processes of a painter developing a  body of work.This visual insight has been invaluable in in creating educational dialogues with developing artists and the public at large. Thank you Caroline!

The Painting Center History  
 Drawing by Caroline Harman
 Drawing by Caroline Harman
The Painting Center was created in April of 1993 by twelve painters who felt there was an urgent need for a space devoted entirely to the exhibition of paintings. After finding the second floor space on 52 Greene Street in Soho, they worked to prepare it as a gallery space. They erected several new walls and repaired and painted others; refinished the floor and brought in a desk and other necessary items. In September of that year, they launched an inaugural show featuring forty-nine artists including such painters as Jake Berthot, LouiseFishman, Bill Jensen, and Milton Resnick. This exhibition celebrated The Painting Center's first season and drew attention to it as a new exhibition space. Now located at 547 West 27th Street, The Painting Center has a larger Main Gallery space measuring over 1,000 square feet and a second space known as The Project Room, which measures 200 square feet. Now in its 19th year, The Painting Center has shown thousands of artists in a variety of formats: solo and group shows, shows curated both by outside curators and exhibitions organized by members.
Though there have been changes in the original core group of painters, The Painting Center has survived its critical first years and gone on to present a wide range of painters both known and unknown. Reviews of some of the exhibitions have appeared in The New York Times, The New York Observer, The Brooklyn Rail, Art in America, The New Yorker, The New Art Examiner, The Partisan Review, Art News, Art Forum, and Cover Magazine, among others. In 1998, the center was also included in Modern Painters magazine's "100 Gallery Guide 1998", featuring 100 galleries in New York.


The Painting Center NYC Image Credit
Paul Behnke Paul Behnke



Main Gallery & Project Room

Exhibition Dates

June 18, 2013 - July 13, 2013

Reception

Thursday June 20, 2013 6-8pm Be There :) !!!


 The artists included in  this exhibition were selected by

The Painting Center
547 West 27th Street, Suite 500
New York, NY 10001
(212) 343-1060 
 Check out their Facebook page Here
 

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Drawing News!

It's Finally Here!
Manifest International Drawing Annual Vol.7


 I am so excited! and honored to be selected for publication in the Manifest International Drawing Annual Volume 7! So pardon the bragging but it is pretty cool to be included in the company of some AMAZING Artists from around the world!!

Many of these artists I have been admiring for years.
The catalog is gorgeous which isn't a surprise because  Jason Franz, founder of Manifest and the other folks who make things happen there, put on a class act.



 Erika Baez



The following  is from the Manifest Creative Research Center's site:
For the INDA 7 Manifest received 1511 submissions from 572 artists in 47 states and 37 countries. The publication includes 126 works by 81 artists from 28 states and 5 countries including Canada, France, Germany, South Africa, and the United States. Essays by Kim Darling, James DeBoer, and Dawn Sagar are also included.

 Myself and Brad Guarino




Ten professional and academic advisors qualified in the fields of art, design, criticism, and art history juried the 7th International Drawing Annual. The process of selection was by anonymous blind jury, with each jury member assigning a quality rating for artistic merit to each work submitted. The entries receiving the highest average combined score will be included in this publication.


Courttney Cooper


I took some quick shots to give you a glimpse and tantalize your eybuds of what is contained in this volume:)! The book is available online through the Manifest site.You can find that HERE.
You can also see the work of the finalists on their online resource just click Here.

Brett Eberhardt and Lori Esposito


 

Michael Reedy



To my academic friends and students special pricing is available through the site also. 
So order it for your institution's library! There is an email on the site especially for this.









Knowing how much work is involved,(albeit on a much smaller scale), the people at Manifest and all the artists they support through high quality exhibitions and courses need your support! Please visit their publication section  and peruse their magnificent  offerings of contemporary art. 

                                                              

Douglas Malone




Cover artists  
Patricia Bellan-Gillen 
and Joomi Chung

Please  click on the artists names pictured here to be directed to their websites!


Angela Cunningham and Chris Day



Congratulations to everyone included! and Thank You! Jason Franz!