Sunday, January 2, 2011

SDA Member News January 2, 2011

Wishing You A Creative, Focused, Expressive, Wonderfully Productive and Beyond-Your-Wildest-Dreams-Ever Successful New Year!


Laurie Wohl


"Valley of Dry Bones" by Laurie Wohl- part of the Dura Europos Project, through March 27, at the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art


"Sanctuary" by Laurie Wohl - part of Sanctuaries in Time, JWAN, Women's Caucus for Art, through March 1,  at the Columbia/Barnard Kraft Center for Jewish Life

Marilyn Henrion


“Soft City: Angelika” by Marilyn Henrion, 2010; 40"x50"  mixed media, hand quilted.

“Soft City” moves to New Jersey on February 1. Marilyn Henrion's mixed media works, recently on exhibit at Noho Gallery in NYC, will be at the Intermezzo Gallery in Englewood, NJ from Feb. 1-27, 2010

Intermezzo Art Gallery
Bergen Performing Arts Center
30 North Van Brunt St.
Englewood, NJ 07631
(201)816-8160 ext. 34

If you missed it in New York, now's your chance to see it......

K. Velis Turan


“On the Road to Greenville” by K. Velis Turan

Turan has been invited to participate in “The Bridge - an Invitational Exhibition” of 15 artists from Green County Council on the Arts at the Tivoli Artists' Co-op.  The artists will show landscapes from both sides of the Hudson.

Exhibition Dates: Jan 7- Jan 30, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, Jan 8, 2011, 6-8 pm

Sharon Bottle Souva


“Moonseed” by Sharon Bottle Souva

Souva will have an exhibit of  quilts and collages at the Hamilton Center for the Arts, January 9th-February15th, with an artists reception on February 12th.  She will be teaching a fiber collage workshop on January 22nd at the Center.

Arle Sklar Weinstein


“Cave Wall Herd Diptych” by Arle Sklar Weinstein

“An Exhibition by Arle Sklar Weinstein” is now on view at ArtPlace Gallery, The Watermark at 3030 Park, Bridgeport, CT.

Meet the artist, view her works and hear about their creation and meaning when she gives a presentation on Wednesday, January12 at 2:00 PM. Please RSVP to 1-203-502-7592 by January 10th.

Elaine Longtemps

TWISTS_No_One_Is_Listening.fv._March_2008_002 “No One is Listening” by Elaine Longtemps

The narrative image of “No One Is Listening”, will be displayed in a continuously looping slide show at the exhibition “Green: the Color and the Cause”, at the Textile Museum in Washington, DC, April 16 through September 11, 2011

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The curators of the show, Rebecca A. T. Stevens, Consulting Curator of the Textile Museum, Washington, and Lee A. Talbot, Associate Curator, Eastern Hemisphere Collections, said of Longtemp’s work, “The link between the color green and modern environmentalism evident in your piece stands as a powerful example of the association between green and social value.”

TWISTS_No_One_Is_Listening_narrative_detail_March_2008_106 Detail, “No One is Listening”, by Elaine Longtemps

“No One is Listening” has also been selected by Joan Young, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, for inclusion in the 25th International Juried Show being presented at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, January 14 through March 18, 2011. The opening reception is January 14, 2011 from 6-8 pm. (

Jeanne Raffer Beck


Jeanne Beck’s work will be part of the visual installation “60/20 Virtual Tour: Art in Motion”, presented by the Arena Art Group at Rochester Contemporary Art Center in Rochester, NY for two nights only, January 13, 6-9 PM and January 14, 6 – 10 PM.

The virtual installation celebrates the Art Group’s six decades promoting contemporary fine art and the closing of the Art Center’s 20th member show.

“60/20 Virtual Tour: Art in Motion” will feature multiple projections, video interviews with artists and moving people sculptures in which the audience can become part of the art.


The deadline has been extended to Jan 15th for the national juried exhibition, "Fiber PLUS: 21st Century Fiber with Mixed Media" at Blue Door Gallery, Yonkers, NY.

It's a companion show to Sandra Sider's 21st Century Fiber invitational at Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx,NY.

For more information and to download the prospectus, please visit the Blue Door Gallery website.

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