Friday, December 10, 2010

Saturday Art Walk - December 11th, 2010‏

International Women Artists’ Salon announces a self-guided art walk for December 11th, 2010.

We invite you along to see...



"bull"
oil and pencils on wood
32in x 35in

ZOFIA BOGUSZ at CERES GALLERY


Closing December 11th
547 West 27th St Suite 201 New York, NY 10001 
212-947-6100

http://ceresgallery.org/


Saturday 12-6

"Founded in 1983, as a program of the New York Feminist Art Institute, Ceres is a not-for-profit artist run organization dedicated to the promotion of contemporary women in the arts. The gallery exhibits a broad spectrum of high quality work each year within a community of women artists that includes national and international members."

website:

http://zofiaart.com


blog:


http://zofiaart.blogspot.com








JUDY NEGRON at JMC FRAMING AND GALLERY


On exhibit through end of December

674 9th Ave 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10036

http://www.jmccustomframinginc.com/
(212) 977-8877

Monday - Friday 10 am – 7 pm

Saturday 10 am – 6 pm Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

www.judynegron.com






TANTAS RAZONES
ACRYLIC AN GOUACHE ON CANVAS


NURIA RABANILLO de la FUENTE at MANHATTAN THEATRE SOURCE


Through December 19th

177 MacDougal Street

New York, NY 10011

(bet. 8th St & Waverly Pl.)

Reservations: 866-811-4111


Business: 212-260-4698

http://www.theatresource.org/home.php


manhattantheatresource is open
Sun - Tue, Noon to 10pm, Wed - Sat, 3pm - 10pm*
*or when the show is over.

www.rabanillodelafuente.com





Heidi Russell:
untitled, NYC


HEIDI RUSSELL and DOROTHY KRAKAUER at CENTRO ESPANOL GALLERY


Through December 17th

239 West 14th Street (btwn 7/8th Aves)

Gallery Hours: Sat/Sun 1-4pm, Mon/Tues/Wed 6-8:30 pm, Thurs/Fri by appt. 212.380.3626 or email paulcabezas7@yahoo.com


www.heidirussell.com


www.dorothykrakauer.com








Prinny AlavĂ­ at 30 East 35th Street


Artist’s Reception:

Saturday, Dec. 11th, 4 - 6pm


30 East 35th Street


Between Park and Madison Ave.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Member Spotlight: Edie Nadelhaft, visual artist presenting at MIA MI | CIELO Art Expo and SCOPE MIAMI‏


International Women Artists’ Salon is pleased to announce that Salon member Edie Nadelhaft is participating in two exhibitions during Art Basel Miami Beach, MIA MI | CIELO Art Expo and SCOPE MIAMI through Decemeber 5th.







MIA MI | CIELO
Art Expo will be presented on the 4th floor of the Cielo On The Bay luxury condominiums. Showcasing 40 artists from New York and the Miami area MIA | MI CIELO will transform the Cielo into a destination for contemporary art, performances and events. This exhibition will feature 8 boutique style solo installations in which artists will have a bedroom and bathroom to bedeck and bedazzle, Ms. Nadelhaft included.








Ms. Nadelhaft will be featured in a digital display at Scope Art Fair by MyArtSpace in booth#A32.






Edie Nadelhaft is a native of Pittsburgh, PA.  She studied painting and art history at S.U.N.Y. at Purchase and received her BFA, with honors, from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1995.  Since 1997, she has lived and worked on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Her paintings and sculpture have been widely exhibited throughout the United States with solo shows at Kumukumu Gallery and Dance New Amsterdam in NYC, and the Affordable Art Fair NYC in September 2010. In 2008, Ms. Nadelhaft was awarded the Platte Clove Artist in Residence Grant by the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development. In her spare time, she enjoys riding her motorcycle and bad cop shows.

EDIE NADELHAFT   195 Chrystie Street, NYC 10002 | edie@edienadelhaft.com | www.edienadelhaft.com

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Member Spotlight: Rica Takashima, public art artist and author - Aliens from New York in Japan exhibition recap‏


International Women Artists’ Salon is honored to report on a cross-cultural exhibition and workshop by Salon member Rica Takashima that took place in Japan November 6-20.  Please see the recap of this engaging outreach-through-art experience.   

I am from Brazil

Title of art show:
Aliens from New York
Nov. 6-20, 2010
12 stations and platforms of Tsugaru Railway in Aomori, northern Japan

Title of workshop:
The Sweets Train —Transformed with Candy!
Nov. 13            Special chartered train from Tugaru to Naksato
Nov. 16            Bishamon elementary school  

Visual artist Rica Takashima has created an interactive and cross-cultural exhibit along the route of the Tsugaru Railroad in Aomori, Japan. Appropriate for children and adults, the exhibit brings iconic New York experiences to the countryside of northern Japan. Rica’s plan was simple: create cardboard cutouts of the kinds of things New Yorkers see everywhere: the blue Greek coffee cups, the buildings, a hot dog vendor. But one of the things that makes New York City so amazing is the people. She therefore created human-size cardboard New Yorkers in all our diversity, and cut out a hole for the face, like old-timey tourist postcards, so that people visiting the railway exhibit could see their country from a slightly different perspective. A special workshop helped children draw their own New Yorkers who hailed from all over the world. Lastly, while a special train travelled a route between two stations so that everyone could see the length of the exhibit, Rica distributed exotic candies that she had gathered in New York, which had been imported from other countries. In the end, participants saw, created, and tasted little pieces of other cultures as they rode their Tsugaru railroad.

Rica invites you to explore this cultural exchange exhibition through pictures and stories on her website at http://www.aozoraart.com/
 
I am from Taiwan
Rica Takashima
Contemporary artist and manga graphic novelist Rica Takashima’s vivid and socially challenging work has appeared in a number of exhibits including Instant Gender, part of the 2009 New York City Pride March; A Second Chance through manga art, part of the 2009 ComicArt event in New Jersey, and Who Are You?, a showcase of artists-in-residence presented at the Tachikawa International Art Festival 2006, in Tokyo.   Rica ‘tte Kanji, a graphic novel illustrated and written by Rica Takashima, debuted from ALC Publishing, in 2003, and she was Guest of Honor at the international manga conventions MangaNext, Yuricon and Yurisai.  Takashima’s award-winning short film, Talking About Amy, screened on Young Director’s Night at the Los Angeles Country Museum of Art’s Muse festival, as well as festivals in Canada, Turkey, Japan and elsewhere. Her photographic series, Photos of Aozora Art, was part of the 2000 Japanese Seasons1 exhibit sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation Commission of Photographic Art and Heritage, in Moscow.  Director of the Artists Support Council and full member of the Art Resources Development Association, both in Japan, Takashima earned a Bachelor of Art degree in Fine Arts from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. She currently lives in New York.   Rica can be reached at ricatakashima@yahoo.com