I was honored to be able to contribute to and participate in the annual fundraiser for the Center for Contemporary Printmaking. My monotype, “Indigo Mood” was sold in the silent auction.
I am extremely honored to be one of five artists selected by the Mamaroneck Artist Guild to participate in their upcoming Spotlight Show. Opening reception Saturday September 7th, 2019 from 3-5pm. I hope you can stop by and say hello.
Honored to be selected to participate on the 15th annual Mamaroneck Artist’s Guild Small Works Show, juried by Susan Eisner.
My mixed media piece “Foundation” has been selected for the 2 1/2 Small Works Show at the Garrison Art Center, juried by Christina Kee.
Exhibition Dec 8, 2018, through Jan 6, 2019.
Below is an excerpt of a post featured on The Loop. Head over to their website to read the full write up on the exhibition I recently curated: “Facts and Ambiguity: Expressions in Composition”.
I am pleased to announce the first in a series of three upcoming shows that I am curating, featuring the artists of Women’s Art Power. The first exhibition, “Facts and Ambiguity: Expressions in Composition,” will run from June 7, 2018 through August 18, 2018 at The BIZ G87 Gallery, and will feature works by Gail Gardella, Sara Gilbert, Sherri Paul, and Anne Telford.
The gallery is located at 1987 Palmer Avenue, Larchmont, NY 10538.
BIZ G87 is pleased to present its newest exhibition, “Facts and Ambiguity: Expressions in Composition” curated by Donna Scarpa. A group exhibition featuring works by Gail Gardella, Sara Gilbert, Sherri Paul, and Anne Telford. “Facts and Ambiguity” invites the viewer to enter into the form of each painting and allows the individual to experience the art using the mind’s eye. There is just enough detail for the viewer to become part of the experience and complete the story as they wish.
In Facts and Ambiguity: Expressions in Composition, the viewer will find women whose narratives of self-understanding tell their own unique stories by showing a sense of experience and creating their own personal world. What are these artists telling us about themselves and their world? Perhaps they are speaking to the complexity of women’s experience – the intersection between vulnerability, strength and specifically the ambiguity of women’s empowerment within the constraints of the world. Perhaps these women have been empowered by finding their own creative voice? This risk taking allows each artist to experience the freedom and joy that is found by embracing their own unique artistic expression, and to tell their stories as they wish.
For more information contact:
The BIZ G87 Gallery
1987 Palmer Avenue
Larchmont, NY 10538