There is an emphasis on the inclusion of senior artists whose works cogently reflect lives lived across significant changes in history.
Inspired by the CMOA exhibition Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion (February 4–May 1, 2017), local artists will showcase wearable works of art featuring innovative technology, unique processes, and unconventional materials during a thrilling runway show. After the show, dance and dazzle the night away!
Atticus Adams, Lea Albaugh, team of Richard Chou + Chengcheng Zhao, Julianne D’Errico, Memphis George, team of Zain Islam-Hashmi + Brandon Dareff, Stephanie Moye, Rachel Muse, Sarah Jane Sindler, and So-Hee Woo. Watch for sneak peeks of their designs and process at facebook.com/CarnegieMuseumofArt
Featuring works by assemblage artists working in LA in the 1970s, highlights include a large double body print by David Hammons. Also available are Abstract Expressionist works and Alma Thomas watercolors.
In many cases an acrylic painting is done with a combination of techniques that incorporates anything from screen printing to sponging. All techniques, including airbrushing, work well together when done in artist acrylic colors.
The Rakow Research Library, such as advertisements for glass eyes, patents for preserving the dead in glass, and drawings by world-famous artists, have inspired artists and other glass enthusiasts.
SUNY Newpaltz New York Curated by Livia Straus, Juror June 10 – July 30, 2017 Alice and Horace Chandler and North Galleries Undercurrents: The River as Metaphor / Hudson Valley Artists 2017 calls for works that address modernity by reflecting on the Hudson River: its history, its grandeur, and its singular ability to provide us […]
About the Exhibition Judith Leiber Crafting a New York Story April 4, 2017 to August 6, 2017 Judith Leiber spent sixty-five years in the handbag industry, from an apprentice in Budapest to the owner of an internationally renowned company based in New York City. As the only female pattern-maker, and with the unusual ability to […]
This two-floor retrospective—the largest Eisner exhibition ever in the United States—curated by Denis Kitchen and John Lind, comprises over 150 pieces including original artwork from Smash Comics (1939),