Friday, November 30, 2012

Kaleidoscope 2012

I was very happy to have a piece accepted into the annual
Kaleidoscope 2012 show at Summit ArtSpace. The annual art show is presented by the Alliance for the Visual Arts in Akron (AVA), a group representing over 500 local artists from the Akron Society of Artists, Artists of Rubber City, Cuyahoga Valley Art Center and Women’s Art League.

My entry is titled "Homeland Security" - a commentary on the growing presence of monitoring devices in our everyday lives. The collage is a mixed media piece measuring 16x20".

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Women's Art League Show

The Women's Art League of Akron held their Annual Fall members Show at the Brecksville Center for the Arts and the opening reception was last Friday night. It was judged by Nancy Richards Davis.
             This is my mixed media piece called "Celebration Flowers"

Here are some photos from the show:

Monday, November 12, 2012

Ohio Collage Society Show

The best parties are always at the Collage Shows and this year's opening of the Ohio Collage Society Member's Show was true to form.
I brought a large piece - its 24 x 24"

"The Vortex"

The collage includes fabric and hand dyed paper. Collage Society President Shirley Ende Sax posted photos here 

Friday, November 9, 2012

Miniature Show in PA

There is a wonderful miniature show each year sponsored by the Chambersburg Council for the Arts in Chambersburg PA. The opening for the show was last week and I could not go but my good internet artist friend Deb Keirce ( who just happened to win Best of Show !) went and sent me this photo. My two pieces are on the wall - the first in the first row and the third in the second row.

Here are close ups:

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Valley Art Center

                                            "Quiet Evening"

This is my entry in the 41st Annual Juried Art Exhibit at the Chagrin Valley Art Center on Bell Street in Chagrin Falls. I am proud to be part of this beautiful show. There were over 300 pieces submitted and 93 were included. As always the Art Center did a fabulous job of hanging the show.