Monday, December 5, 2016

Ival Stratford Kovner

Ival writes, "My drawing for the show was hung in a great spot in the Mark Twain Library in Redding. You can also see my watercolors at Lauretano's Restaurant in Bethel."

Friday, November 4, 2016

Graphic Designer opportunity

Sara Pinto Woods (2011) works at a company called Neoperl, Inc in Waterbury, CT. We currently have a Full-time Graphic Design/Marketing position open with normal office hours. I wanted to reach out to you to see if you have any graduates looking for full-time graphic design work. If anyone is interested they can apply through The Hire Source in Waterbury, http://www.thehiresource.com/application-process/
The position isn't currently posted, applicants can put Sara Woods down under "how did you hear about us?"

We are looking for someone who is really energetic and upbeat. There is a lot of work and we need someone who can handle a fast pace. They will be working with me directly in the Marketing Dept. Hours would be around 8:30am-5:00pm, but a lot of the time we need someone who can stay later to meet deadlines. Hours are able to be somewhat flexible. They would be able to start immediately.

Our main company is based in Germany. We have branches all over the world. We design books, ads, posters, packaging, flyers, etc. We do a lot of printing. You can find our products at Home Depot, Walmart, and plumbing wholesalers across the US. Our most popular magazine we publish in is The Family Handyman.

The job requires an excellent knowledge of InDesign. We use it frequently and everyday. Knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator is also required. We make a lot of clipping paths and illustrated instructions.
Photography, video, Flash and Dreamweaver experience would be a plus. Must be able to lift 25lbs as we do a lot of trade show preparation- we assemble and breakdown booth sets.
Must be able to pay attention to small details. Our products are tiny and very similar to one another.
Organization and time management skills are important, we have multiple projects going on at once at all times.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Carmen Lund

"The Art of Seeing,” will enhance your life and work in ways you cannot even begin to imagine. Learn how to develop the skill of “Seeing.” Carmen’s presentation will focus on how developing this essential skill of Seeing will open doors into new opportunities and possibilities for YOU! 
Join artist/teacher/certified creative catalyst/, Carmen Lund, on Thursday, October 20 at 12 p.m. noon at The Grove, 760 Chapel Street, New Haven. 
Bring yourself and any of your friends who are curious to learn how to SEE more to enrich their world! 
To learn more about Carmen Lund check out her website CarmenLund.com
 “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” Marcel Proust

Friday, October 7, 2016

Call for Artists

Westport Arts Center now accepting submissions for 
MORE Than Words/#iammore
Submissions are due by October 14, 2016 
 
Juried by Gerry Snyder, Dean of the Pratt Institute School of Art and Curator of MORE Than Words; Pamela Hovland, Designer and Senior Critic in Design, Yale University School of Art; and Ward Shelley, Performance and Sculptor Artist (Pierogi Gallery). 

ABOUT MORE THAN WORDS/#iammore
The Westport Arts Center announces a community Call For Entries in support of the theme of its current exhibition MORE Than Words - courage, resilience and empowerment in the face of bullying. 
 
Entries for the second phase of the MORE Than Words exhibition, entitled "MORE Than Words/#iammore", can be submitted now through October 14, 2016. This Call For Entries is open to the general public.
 
Extending the conversation launched with MORE Than Words, the Westport Arts Center invites artists to submit work that examines the idea of bullying within a broad cultural context that considers how the imbalance of social, physical, or political power can marginalize those who are perceived as weaker.  Artists have long responded to these inequities through their work, able to speak truth to power in a way not available to others.  

For this special community exhibition, we are also making a special invitation to young artists, ages 10-17, in a separate, new Junior Submissions Category.  Student artists can submit new or previous artwork on the subject of stereotypes, personal identity, or other subjects that address both the struggle and strength required to face all aspects of bullying and power disparities in our lives and in our world.  The imagery does not need to depict bullying specifically. 
 
SUBMISSION DETAILS  

 
Eligibility  

Artwork Requirements
  • Each artist may submit up to 2 pieces of artwork.
  • 2-D work, including frame, may not exceed 72".
  • 3-D work may not exceed 72" in any direction.
  • No works may exceed 200 lbs.
  • Images should be 1MB - 4 MB and be uploaded as .jpg or .png.
  • Videos may be up to 500 MB and submitted as .mov, .mp4, or .wmv.
  • Artists may submit their resume, artist statement, and a brief description of submitted works.
  • WAC may edit artist selection based on space limitations.

Entry Fee & Payment
  • Non-Members: $50
  • Members: $35
  • Junior Category (ages 10-17): $10
  • All payments are securely processed with PayPal.

Notification
  • WAC will notify all artists by email on Wednesday, Oct 21st at 5pm. No phone calls, please.
  • Accepted artists' names will be posted online at www.westportartscenter.org

Publication Rights
  • Your submission to the MORE Than Words/#iammore exhibition signifies your grant of permission to WAC to reproduce work for promotional materials and your acceptance of all conditions stated in this prospectus.

Sales & Insurance
  • All works are insured by WAC while on site through the pick-up date.  
  • All proceeds from art sales go directly to the artist after processing fees.
 
IMPORTANT DATES   
Submission Deadline: Oct 14
Notification: October 21
Selected Artwork Drop Off: November 4
Opening Reception: November 11
Exhibition Closes: January 7

Heather Braxton

Heather writes, "My work will be up on LED Baltimore

The Baltimore LED Art Billboard is an advertising billboard, but it is also a digital art display. We have taken a technology typically used for advertising and created a one of a kind digital art gallery. providing local artists incredible exposure to the public…absolutely FREE. Rotated in among the advertising are submitted images of every form of art, from painting, drawing, and illustration, to sculpture, photography, and game design. We welcome submissions from all local artists, student, amateur, and professional alike. After every few ads we will display a piece of art.

Heather Braxton is a Baltimore-based media artist. She earned her Bachelor’s of Art in Photography, Graphic Design, and Fine Arts from Western Connecticut State University. In 2016, she received her Masters of Fine Arts for Photographic and Electronic Media at Maryland Institute College of Art. Braxton has exhibited throughout the North Eastern and Mid-Atlantic Regions of the United States and Spain. Braxton currently teaches a graduate course at Maryland Institute College of Art as well as working part time in their undergraduate photography department.
AVAILABLE FOR:
Photography, Video, Electronic Media, Design, Curation
CONTACT

Friday, September 30, 2016

Gulgon Aliriza

BLUE MOUNTAIN GALLERY 2017 JURIED EXHIBITION
PRISCILLA VAIL CALDWELL, Juror
January 3 - 28, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday January 5, 5-8 pm  


ENTRY DEADLINE: October 17, 2016

JURIED EXHIBITION, BLUE MOUNTAIN GALLERY, NYC, PRISCILLA VAIL CALDWELL, Juror
BLUE MOUNTAIN GALLERY, founded in 1980, is located in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea art district, and is sponsoring its fourth Annual Juried Exhibition in 2017. The gallery’s exhibitions are frequently reviewed in both the New York and national press. 
JUROR: PRICILLA VAIL CALDWELL is an independent curator, advisor, writer and former Director at DC Moore Gallery in Chelsea. Having written extensively on modern and contemporary American painting and sculpture her contributions include catalogs and essays for both gallery and museum publications. Caldwell has curated hundreds of solo and group exhibitions including Claire Sherman: Sempervirens, (DC Moore, 2014); Duane Michals: Empty New York, (DC Moore, 2014); Woods, Lovely, Dark and Deep, (DC Moore, 2013); Paved Paradise (DC Moore, 2012); Kimber Smith: The Winged Life, (Graham Gallery, 2011); Joe Fyfe: Wood/Cloth/Color (Graham Gallery, 2011). Formerly a partner at Graham Gallery, New York, Caldwell serves on the board at SculptureCenter in Long Island City and is a member of the Parents Executive Committee at Oberlin College.  Caldwell received a B.A. in Art History from Northwestern University and an M.A. in Art History from Williams College. She is a recipient of a Kress Foundation Grant. 


ELIGIBILITY: Submit: Two-dimensional media only, including painting, drawing, printmaking, pastel and mixed Media.


FEE: $35 for 1-3 works, $5 for additional works up to 6 entries


Additional submission requirements are available at http://www.bluemountaingallery.org/juried-exhibition-2017/

Jurg Lanzrein

Ceramics Workshopwith Jurg Lanzrein
Registration Fee: $150.00 (includes all materials)
Saturday, October 15, 2016, 10:00 am–2:00 pm
WCSU, midtown campus, White Hall, room 012

A one day workshop open to all levels of experience! Learn to produce three functional ceramic pieces using pigmented colored clays to inlay a design on a white background. (A process similar to Henry Matisse and his paper cutouts!) All materials are included. 

Great gift idea! Just in time for holiday season!
Don't miss this workshop! Only 8 seats available. Secure yours today!

Registration Deadline: Monday, October 10, 2016

Thursday, September 29, 2016

MARY LOU ALBERETTI '64

MARY LOU ALBERETTI '64, invites you to...
The Twain Shall Meet...East Meets West
October 1, 2016, Finisage...final opening
Second reception, Saturday October 1; Meet the artist
Wine and conversation... 4:00pm videotaping and discussion of the work
Mixed media, oils, and ceramic reliefs comprise the thirty new works in Mary Lou Alberetti’s current show entitled The Twain Shall Meet. The artist uses architecture and architectural fragments - inspired by her travels and studies in Italy, Spain, France, Turkey and Morocco - as metaphors for the cultures as a whole. The distinct colors and motifs from these living, breathing cultures influence her works. From these often-ancient places, tradition, beauty, and the patina accrued by time become distilled as layered vignettes, delving into aesthetic and philosophical underpinnings of older civilizations and times.
For further information and visuals please contact. www.BlueMountainGallery.org or info@bluemountain.org and visit the artist’s website at www.maryloualberetti.com or email mlalberetti@sbcglobal.net
Crossing 2016, oil on paper. 23” x 29”

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Michael Whelan

SPECIAL FANTASY ART SHOW • SEPTEMBER 23-25
Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE


MICHAEL WHELAN PAINTING DEMO ON SATURDAY!

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Group show

At the Discovery Museum in Bridgeport with art work for a group show  with 3 amazing ladies.... Marnie Uliasz and Wendy Pinko Cahill and Marsha Doran

4450 Park Avenue, Bridgeport CT 06604