Representation @ Gibson Contemporary

Marjorie Van Cura Now Represented by Gibson Contemporary Gallery

August 4, 2020


My work is now represented by Gibson Contemporary Gallery. View available works on my artist page: gibsoncontemporary.com/marjorie-van-cura

ABOUT DAVID GIBSON
David Gibson is an art dealer with a long and varied history in the contemporary art world. He grew up in a family that ran a gallery for over 30 years, for which he performed every level of duty.

He began to write about art (1996-) and to curate exhibitions independently (2000-) which brought him access to new communities of artists and different walks of life in New York and beyond. He continued to write and curate profusely, organizing exhibitions in commercial galleries and non-traditional spaces; he joined historically important artist-run nonprofits as a board member; he organized artist lecture and panel series; and he traveled to lecture and curate at many state universities and regional nonprofit galleries.

After nearly two decades of activity, he took a break and began private consulting. Now in 2020 he is establishing an online art gallery under the same name, working long term with select artists who are new to his focus but who have been in his view for some time. Some have appeared in his past group exhibitions, or met him through artists of prior familiarity.

Look for an upcoming exhibition online soon!

Carry Weight, Hold Light

Carry Weight, Hold Light: Collaborative Installation Exhibition

January 10-February 21, 2020


CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER

305 SW Water Street, Peoria, IL

peoriacac.org


CURATOR/ARTIST: Heather Brammeier


Carry Weight, Hold Light began as a collaborative exhibition in her studio while Brammeier was an artist in residence at International Studio and Curatorial Program in Brooklyn NY. In ISCP’s Studio #222, she created a large, vertical installation that integrated miniature works by other artists. Inspired by the common practice that artists have of gifting or trading small versions of their work, she invited artists to contribute either a miniature work that could sit on a shelf (made from a folded piece of painted canvas), or a work made on or attached to a pink triangle (also made from painted canvas).


ARTISTS:

Peter Ahart, Jessica Bingham, Brandi Bowman, Michael Brown, Erin Buczynski, Randy Carlson, Jack Crouch, Alexandra Dupont, Alfonso Gozalbez, Nichole Gronvold-Roller, Emily Hoerdemann, Pei Hsuan-Wang, Chris Hutson, Anna Hutson, Doug Johnson, Yasemin Kackar Demirel, Susan Klein, Paul Komada, Margie Livingston, Nana Ekow Maison, Alexander Martin, Susan Moore, Martina Nehrling, Susanne Nestory, Nicholas Nyland, Carrie Patterson, Mark Rospenda,

Marjorie Van Cura and Natalia Zaluska.


View installation photos here.

GREEN: The Impossible Color

GREEN: The Impossible Color

April 23 – May 18, 2019


THE PAINTING CENTER

547 West 27th Street, Suite 500, New York City

https://www.thepaintingcenter.org/green-the-impossible-color

CURATOR: Rachael Wren
 
The Painting Center presents GREEN: The Impossible Color, a group exhibition that brings together diverse works by 41 contemporary artists exploring the color green through a wide variety of material, formal, and conceptual approaches.
 
Curator Rachael Wren writes: “Of all the colors in the rainbow, green is perhaps the most mutable and multifaceted. As a color, it can lean towards yellow, blue, gray, or brown, while still remaining unquestionably itself. Green evokes associations of landscape and nature – everything from the palest new spring buds to the dark evergreens of deep winter. Yet it can also remind us of cities and the manmade – green glass skyscrapers, copper rooftops, the Statue of Liberty, and printed money. Emotionally, green has long signified envy, a pit of snakes coiled in the body. But add white and the color turns minty, suggesting more pleasant and peaceful states of mind.”
 
The works shown in GREEN: The Impossible Color encompass a range of media: painting, photography, collage, video, and sculpture. They run the gamut from landscapes to portraits, from minimal abstractions to heavily patterned images, and from quiet meditations to political commentary.  Yet, for all their differences, they are united in using green not merely as a hue, but rather as an integral character. In each piece, each in its own way, color becomes content.
 
Artists include: Ky Anderson, Jessica Bartlet, Lynne Campbell, Alexander Churchill, Ann Cofta, Elaine Coombs, Andrea DeFelice, Grace DeGennaro, Rodney Durso, Andrea Ferrigno, Deborah Freedman, Fukuko Harris, Will Hutnick, Jeffrey Cortland Jones, Keri Kimura, Anki King, John Lee, Joe Morzuch, John Drew Munro, Patrick Neal, Douglas Newton, Carrie Patterson, Leslie Roberts, Marcy Rosenblat, Christopher Schade, Stacy Seiler, Naz Shahrokh, Fran Shalom, Julie Shapiro, Sarah Shirley, Francis Sills, Anne Spalter, Craig Stockwell, Rella Stuart-Hunt, Amy Talluto, Marilyn Turtz, Ed Valentine, Marjorie Van Cura, Lauryn Welch, Andrew Werth and Becky Yazdan.

Download catalogue here.

View installation photos here.

Read the press release here.

Favorites @ Flow 305 / Artsy

Favorites

March 11 - April 11, 2019


FLOW 305 GALLERY on ARTSY

www.artsy.net/


"Untitled 0517 is one of my favorite works because I used a new technique that was very challenging with a satisfying result. I may not be able to make another quite like it, since it was so physically demanding to create the spiraling lines. The dark ink creates a graphic image that I find quite nice. The image contains an illusion of depth, yet it still remains abstract."


- Marjorie Van Cura, Artist Statement for Favorites @ Flow 305 Gallery

Drawing Obsessions

Drawing Obsessions

March 9 - April 14, 2019


PATCHOGUE ARTS COUNCIL GALLERY

20 Terry Street, Patchogue, NY

patchoguearts.org/patchogue-arts-gallery


CURATOR: Jason Paradis


ARTISTS:

David Ferris / Bryon Finn / Cal Fish / Mark Kremer
Emily Noelle Lambert / Michelle Mackey / Marjorie Van Cura

"Drawing Obsessions explores and questions the driving factors that artists use to create their work. Many would see these tendencies and consider them to be obsessive. Artists, however, may feel that it’s simply what drives them to create; an inspiration worth returning to. This exhibition looks into those driving factors and tries to reveal the impetus and mechanisms which allow artists to visualize in the way they do...


Calligraphic line is...an obsession for Marjorie Van Cura. Using photographs of
landscapes, fraught with damage from natural disasters or seemingly disordered
construction sites, she builds up linear contours of the disarray on translucent film. She
then repeatedly traces the result to create complex visual fields of pattern."

- Curatorial statement by Jason Paradis


Read the press release here.



New Work @ Flow 305  / Artsy

New Work

February 12 - March 10, 2019


FLOW 305 GALLERY on ARTSY

www.artsy.net


Flow 305 Gallery debuts with the exhibition, New Work Owner and director Nicole Maynard-Sahar launches Flow 305 to bring attention to outstanding emerging and mid-career artists

"Artist Marjorie Van Cura's bold work stands apart for its graphic savvy. Her dynamic aesthetic is a constant force as she explores the chaos and order in natural disasters through continuous line drawings."

de/Constructing Worlds @ NYPOP

de/Constructing Worlds
November 8 – December 15, 2018


UMASS NYPOP GALLERY

526 W. 26th Street, Suite 314, New York City

umass.edu/art/event/deconstructing-worlds


CURATOR: Amanda Tiller


ARTISTS:
John Michael Byrd
David Hannon
Ben Pederson
Marjorie Van Cura
Annie Varnot
 
UMass NYPOP Gallery is proud to present de/Constructing Worlds, an exhibition of the work of five UMass Amherst alumni artists based in New York City. 

The meaning of the word “world-building” has evolved in the 200 years since it was first introduced. Today, the term most often refers to entire fictional worlds complete with their own histories, languages, ecologies, and even laws of physics. Popular culture is so inundated with these fictional worlds that we have almost come to expect them as an integral component of our literature, film, television, and games.

But in the 19th century, world-building described the imaginative realm of artists and poets. This realm was a personal one, an individual mental state entered into by the artist. Hamilton Wright Mabie wrote, “To this world-building all the great poetic minds are driven; within this invisible empire alone can they reconcile the life that surrounds them with the life that floats like a dream before them.”
 
The artists in this exhibition exist somewhere between these two definitions. Their work reads like specimens or artifacts taken from some imagined world - incomplete relics that only tell us a part of the story.


View installation photos here.

Fever: Artists Take On Climate Change

FEVER: Artists Take On Climate Change
August 30 – September 30, 2018
 
PLAXALL GALLERY
5-25 46th Avenue, Long Island City, Queens
 
CURATORS: Franco Repetto & Ivana Larrosa

LiC-A/The Plaxall Gallery is pleased to announce fever, an exhibition by a selected group of artists that explore the different takes on climate change/global warming through thought provoking and poetic interpretations on the subject. Featuring painting, sculpture, photography, video and installation, along with informative quotes from world leaders, that challenge and bring awareness to an issue that affects us all.

ARTISTS:

J.F. Bautista, Violet Baxter, Patricia Bouley, José Carlos Casado, Carol Crawford, Joseph De Leo, Everything Is Collective, Jean Foos, Orestes González, Jean-Marie Guyaux, Ivana Larrosa, Jim Lee, Guido Manuilo, Nancy Miller, Cristián Pietrapiana, Mary Pinto, Nancy Rakoczy, James Seffers, Andrés Senra, Ruth Somalo, Sharon Taylor, Marjorie Van Cura, and Zelda Zinn

Read press release here.

View installation photos here.

Making Connections

Making Connections II
October 26, 2017 - January 30, 2018

CITIBANK DEFORD GALLERY
One Court Square @ 44th Drive
Long Island City, Queens

Making Connections I
August 31 - October 1, 2017

PLAXALL GALLERY
5-25 46th Avenue
Long Island City, Queens

JUROR: Elizabeth Hoy, Director, Godwin-Ternbach Museum, Queens College


View poster here.

View installation photos here.

Art Above the Sofa

Art Above the Sofa

April 27-30, 2017


NEW YORK ARTS EXCHANGE

Pop-up space at 171 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY

nyarts-exchange.com


CURATORS: Beth S. Gersh-Nesic and Patrick Hankin


JURORS/ARTISTS:

Gerri Davis, Kathleen Gilje, Wilhelmina Grant, Sasha Meret, Toni Quest, Ruby Silvious,

Christina Thomas, Marjorie Van Cura


AWARDS TO STUDENT ARTISTS:

First Place: Wa Liu, Yale University

Second Place: Vicci Weixi Zhang, Trinity College




Over the Bridge III @ Atlantic Gallery

Over the Bridge III
February 7-25, 2017

ATLANTIC GALLERY
548 West 28th Street, Suite 540, Chelsea, New York City

atlanticgallery.org/exhibitions/lica-2017


Opening Reception: Thursday, February 9 / 6-8:30pm
Meet the Artists: Saturday, February 11 / 2-5pm
Art Salon: Saturday, February 18, 2-5pm


View installation photos here

2017 Juried Exhibition @ Blue Mountain Gallery

2017 Juried Exhibition
January 3 - 28, 2017

BLUE MOUNTAIN GALLERY
530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City
bluemountaingallery.org/2017-juried-exh


CURATOR: Priscilla Vail Caldwell

Blue Mountain Gallery is pleased to announce the 2017 Juried Exhibition. It features the work of thirty-two artists who represent a range of styles and a truly national reach. The work was selected from over a thousand entries by independent curator, Priscilla Vail Caldwell. Blue Mountain was privileged to have her serve as juror. Caldwell is an independent curator, advisor, writer and former Director at DC Moore Gallery in Chelsea. She has written extensively on modern and contemporary American painting and sculpture and has curated hundreds of solo and group exhibitions.

ARTISTS:
Arshes Anasal(NY), Nancy Anderson(MA), Andrea Anderson(CA), Carol Baum(MA), Madeleine Bialke(NY), Rachel Citrino(NJ), Kara Dunne(MA), Walter Early(IL), Michael East(FL), Chloe Feldman Emison(MA), Tara Flores(WA), Benny
Fountain(TX), Marilyn Fox(PA), Chelsea Gibson(NY), Emily Herberich(CT), Ellen
Irvine(VA), Stevie Love(CA), Rachel Marcotte(NJ), Megan Marden(CT), Russell
Mehlman(NY), Marina Mozhayeva(PA), Sara Pedigo(FL), Pierce Scantlin(MD),
Nataliya Scheib(TX), Meghan Sheehan(NJ), Jennye Stubblefield(TX), Holly
Sturges(MI), Julio Suarez(IN), Mary Tooley Parker(NY), Marjorie Van Cura(NYC), Jim Weidle(IA), Judith Wyer(CT)


View installation photos here.

View exhibition checklist here.


Connection: Artists Selecting Artists

Connection: Artists Selecting Artists
An Invitational Exhibition

July 12 - July 30, 2016

ATLANTIC GALLERY
548 West 28th Street, Suite 540, Chelsea, NYC
atlanticgallery.org/exhibitions/connection-2

Featuring 110 artists...painters, sculptors, graphic artists...exhibiting works no larger than 12 inches square, in a wide range of materials and creative expression. I will show a 2014 ink on rag paper painting from my Superstorm Series.

View installation photos here.

PRESS: Norte Maar, May 19, 2016

"LIC Open Studios: 10 Must See Artists"
by Jason Andrew


NORTE MAAR

May 19, 2016


“This weekend the 6th Annual LIC Arts Open is happening! Since 2011, LIC Arts Open (Queens’ largest arts festival) has been bringing together artists, residents, businesses, tourists, local government, art enthusiasts and collectors to help foster Long Island City’s cultural and economic development. The festival has done much to raise the profile of Long Island City, home to one of the largest and most diverse arts communities in New York City.”

Read the article online here.

Download the pdf here.

LIC Arts Open 2016

Marjorie @ LIC Open Studios

I was in studio on Saturday and Sunday, May 21/22 from 12-6pm. I exhibited 3 diptychs, 4 paintings and 14 graphite or ink drawings.

 

Marjorie @ LIC Artists Exhibition
Curated by Richard Mazda for LIC Arts Open. I exhibited one of my new diptychs at the Long Island City Artists Group Exhibition, May 18-22, 2016 at The Falchi Building, 31-00 47th Ave, ground floor.


[Photo by Mark Ostrander]

PRESS: Hyperallergic, May 15, 2015

"An Antidote to the Art Fairs: Open Studios in Long Island City"
by Patrick Neal


HYPERALLERGIC
May 15, 2015

"Some highlights of the evening were the very different urban landscapes of artists Violet Baxter and Marjorie Van Cura. Baxter’s were like tone poems of the streets and buildings around her studio, while Van Cura presented lyrical and minimal environments rendered in mixed media on film."


[Photo by Patrick Neal]


Read the article online here.

Download the pdf here.

LIC Artists @ The Historic Falchi Building

Long Island City Artists @ The Historic Falchi Building

May 13-17, 2015


THE FALCHI BUILDING
31-00 47th Ave, 4th Floor, Long Island City, NY

licartists.org


CURATOR: Jorge Posada

Celebrating Queens Artists & LIC-A’s 30th Anniversary - the exhibition featured a survey of artwork by 34 members of Long Island City Artists. I showed two recent paintings on polyester film from my Untitled Drought Series.

View installation photos here.

Scope New York 2015

Marjorie Van Cura @ Scope New York 2015

March 6-8, 2015

MADELYN JORDON FINE ART

Booth B21

629 W 46th St., 2nd Floor, New York, NY

scope-art.com


ARTISTS:

DJ Leon /Antonio Carreno / Stan Munro / Abigail Goldman / Marjorie Van Cura


View installation photos here.


MADELYN JORDON FINE ART

37 Popham Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583

info@madelynjordonfineart.com

Over The Bridge @ Atlantic Gallery

Over The Bridge

January 5 - 17, 2015

ATLANTIC GALLERY
548 West 28th Street, Suite 540, Chelsea, NY
atlanticgallery.org
licartists.org

A group exhibition featuring the works of 39 Queens-based artists, all of whom are members of LICArtists, Inc., opens January 5, 2015, at Atlantic Gallery, 548 West 28 Street, suite 540, in the Landmark Arts Building in Chelsea, Manhattan, NY 10001.

A reception for the artists will be held on Thursday, January 8, from 5-8pm. An informal Art Talk event will be held Thursday, January 10th, from 2-5pm, to meet the artists, who will introduce themselves and discuss their works and the new growing art scene in Long Island City with those attending. In addition a continuous digital slide show will provide a brief tour of the some of the art venues in Long Island city. A closing reception will be held Saturday, January 17, from 2-5pm. All events are free and open to the public.

Read the press release here
View the poster here

View installation photos here.

Outlet Brooklyn Annual Invitational


Outlet Brooklyn Annual Invitational

December 12, 2014 - January 4, 2015


OUTLET BROOKLYN

253 Wilson Ave, Bushwick, Brooklyn


CURATORS: Jason Andrew, John Silvis and Julian Jimarez Howard


Featuring work by 14 international contemporary artists exploring the theme of the human relationship to technology.


ARTISTS:
Ryan Brennan
Marjorie Van Cura
Copper Holoweski
Norman Jabaut
Joshua Johnson
Leslie Kerby
Alan Kleinberg
Gazoo to the Moon
Joseph Moore
Natalie Simon
Phillip Stearns
Bai Ye
Ashley Zelinskie
Jamy Van Zyl

View installation photos here.

Kolektiv1 Art and Jazz Event

Kolektiv1 and the New York Arts Exchange


invite you to


ONE NIGHT-
WINE + JAZZ
FOR ART


to support emerging art + artists


NOVEMBER 20, 2014 / 6-9 PM


Liederkranz Club at the Phipps Mansion
6 E. 87th Street


Wine tasting with 100+ different wine/food pairings
to support kolektiv1's artists + spring art shows


PERFORMANCE BY
The Legendary Brad Baker Jazz Ensemble


ARTISTS


Mane Sakic * Slobodan Miljevic * Valentina Brostean * Robert Dandarov
Gerri Davis * Gregory de la Haba * Clarity Haynes * Esther Ruiz
Fabian Tacuri * Max Tzinman * Marjorie Van Cura


Summer Remix @ MJFA

Summer Remix

July 10 - August 30, 2014


MADELYN JORDON FINE ART
37 Popham Road, Scarsdale, NY

madelynjordonfineart.com/exhibition/focus/summer_remix_a_group_salon


ARTISTS:

Antonio Carreno, Diane Cherr, Joellyn Duesberry, Kathy Ferguson, Stanford Kay,

Anne De Villemejane, Ken Elliott, DJ Leon, Marjorie Van Cura, Joyce Weinstein, Kenneth Noland

View installation photos here.

LIC Arts Open 2014

Long Island City Artists Open Studios

Saturday-Sunday, May 17-18, 2014


REIS STUDIOS
43-01 22nd Street
Studio #239
Long Island City, Queens


Color My World

Color My World

September 26 - October 2, 2013


SPACEWOMB GALLERY
57 Stanton Street, New York, NY


View installation photos here.


Adieu September

Adieu September

September 14 - 27, 2013

SPACEWOMB GALLERY

22-48 Jackson, Ave., Long Island City, NY


Artist Lecture Series

Marjorie Van Cura and Jackie Hovig

June 2, 2013


ARTIST LECTURE SERIES

152 Eagle Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn


CURATORS: Zoe Pettijohn Schade, Christopher Schade and Michael Lee


View email announcement here.


Calicornucopia

Calicornucopia

December 7-9, 2012

CALICO BROOKLYN
67 West Street #206, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY


GO! Brooklyn Art Open Studios

GO! Brooklyn Art Open Studios

September 8-9, 2012

Organized by the Brooklyn Museum


Read my GO! Brooklyn artist feature here.


Slideluck Northside Artist Presentation

Slideluck Northside Artist Presentation: Marjorie Van Cura

Thursday, July 19, 2012


BROOKLYN BREWERY
79 N 11th St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY


What I Know @ NYCAMS

What I Know

February 15-March 16, 2012

NYCAMS

Bethel University, 44 West 28th St, 7th Floor, New York, NY


CURATOR: Jason Andrew


The
 New 
York 
Center
 for 
Art 
& 
Media
 Studies
 (NYCAMS) 
presents What 
I
 Know,
 an 
exhibition 
curated
 by Jason
 Andrew,
 opening 
Friday, 
February 
17.
 From
 painters 
to 
choreographers,
 photographers
 to 
potters, 
sculptors 
to 
installation
 artists, What 
I
 Know represents
 a 
throng 
of 
artists 
with 
whom 
Andrew 
has 
been 
actively
 engaged
 since 
his 
move
 to 
New 
York 
City
 in 
the 
early
 1990s


Read the press release here.

View installation photos here.


Surrealism @ Factory Fresh

Surrealism: twenty artists from the neighborhood wrestle their unconscious

June 4-26, 2011

FACTORY FRESH
1053 Flushing Ave, Brooklyn, NY


CURATORS: Jason Andrew and Ali Ha


ARTISTS:


Jim Avignon, Kevin Curran, Ryan Michael Ford, Paul D’Agostino, Jake Genen, Ben Godward, Tamara Gonzales, Andrew Hurst, Amy Lincoln, Rebecca Litt, Francesco Longnecker, Norman Jabaut, J.P. Marin, Brooke Moyse, Garry Nichols, Patricia Satterlee, Pufferella, Kevin Regan, Skewville, John Sunderland, Sweet Toof, Tyrome Tripoli, Marjorie Van Cura & Veng


View installation photos here.

Read the website article here.


INTERVIEW: In the Studio

In the Studio: Marjorie Van Cura

interview by Peter Gynd


NORTHSIDE OPEN STUDIOS

May 7, 2011


Read the interview here.


[Photo by Peter Gynd]

Science Fiction @ Storefront

Science Fiction

November 19-December 19, 2010

STOREFRONT GALLERY
16 Wilson Ave, Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY


a group exhibition featuring new work by Nancy Bowen, dNASAb, Ben Godward, Meg Hitchcock, Jeff Hoppa, Linda Herritt, Marjorie Van Cura, and Letha Wilson


View installation photos here.


Rhythm: Marjorie Van Cura

Rhythm: Marjorie Van Cura

November 18-December 10, 2010

YES! GALLERY
147 India Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY


View installation photos here.


Marjorie Van Cura: Recent Work

Marjorie Van Cura: Recent Work

June 16-30, 2010

KILL DEVIL HILL BOUTIQUE
170 Franklin Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY


View installation photos here.


PRESS: The New York Times, June 10, 2010

"A Greenpoint Stroll"

by Mary Billard


THE NEW YORK TIMES

Style Section

June 10, 2010


Download the pdf here.


Freedom's Feast @ CMOM

Freedom's Feast: Children's Dinner Plate Collection

November 21-29, 2009

CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF MANHATTAN
212 W 83rd Street, New York, NY


This celebration at the Children's Museum of Manhattan encourages families to bring their imaginatios to the table when honoring Thanksgiving. Inspired by the online program Freedom's Feast (freedomsfeast.us), which provides historical information and songs to help young learners create their own commemorative events, the festival is accompanied by an installation of dinner plates created by artists and children's book illustrators depicting what they're thankful for.


ARTISTS:

Michael Albert, Paulette Bogan, Nick Bruel, R. Gregory Christie, Tracey Dockray, Francis Estrada, David Rios Ferreira, Dr. Bob Hieronimus,  Philomena Marano, Carlos N. Molina, Nina Meledandri, Matt Nolen, Faith Ringgold, Peter Reynolds, Justin Roth, Susan L. Roth, Louise Sagalyn, David Ezra Stein, Sloane Tanen, and Marjorie Van Cura



View The New York Times and NY1 press articles here.


Unsound Practice

Unsound Practice

September 1 - 14, 2009


DUTCH KILLS GALLERY
Long Island City, Queens


CURATOR: Christine Kennedy


Dutch Kills is pleased to announce “Unsound Practice,” a group exhibition curated by Christine Kennedy showcasing six artists whose work investigates the interplay of visual art, sound and text.

 

Featuring the work of Matthew Callinan, Jools Johnson, Tom McCloskey, Jo-ey Tang, Mikel Telleria and Marjorie Van Cura, this exhibition takes as its point of departure the contemporary experience of an excess of “noise.” If the phenomenon of “noise” characterizes the information age, constituting a soundscape of competing voices, textual and discursive networks, transmissions and communications— how has this transformed both what and how we "see;” how do such plurivocal emissions –as well as their suppression, loss or erasure-- influence contemporary image-making and the cultural production and status of works of art?


Read the press release here.


INTERVIEW: Marjorie Van Cura Online Podcast

Marjorie Van Cura: Artist Interview Online Podcast

interview by Julie Vick


UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Career Services

April 3, 2009


Hear the podcast here.


PRESS: NY Arts Magazine, Jan/Feb 2009

"The Ties That Bond Us"

by Jill Smith


NY ARTS MAGAZINE
January/February 2009


Download the pdf here.


Painting Pink Pajamas

Painting Pink Pajamas

November 8, 2008 - January 3, 2009


CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER

Preston Jackson Gallery, 305 Water Street, Peoria, IL


CURATOR: Heather Brammeier


View installation photos here.

Read press article here.



Together Forever

Together Forever

September 16-30, 2008

BROADWAY GALLERY
473 Broadway, 7th Floor, New York, NY


CURATOR: Christine Kennedy


ARTISTS:

Alice Lang, Gertrud Alfredsson, Leah Beabout, Ronda Johannessen, and Marjorie Van Cura