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SOHO20 Gallery_ catalogue #2-2010 By soho20artists, inc.
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Since 1973, SOHO20 CHELSEA Gallery has been promoting the work of women artists and serving the community through public events. Artists: elizabeth bisbing, darla bjork, monica bock, linda freeman,... More > carla hernandez, susan hockaday, lucy hodgson, eve ingalls, francine leclercq, anne mckeown, aphrodite desiree navab, nelleke nix, celeste rapone, marielis seyler, elaine shor, mariangeles soto-diaz, fay stanford, kathy stark, eleonora tammes, gayle tanaka, jennie thwing, jane voorhees, b. amore, karen baldner, fran bull, laura cloud, hiroko hanna, gail hoffman, elizabeth michelman, ann rowles, georgia strange, rosie thompson, virginia tyler, mary whalen, eve whitaker, diane churchill, martha edelheit, denise yaghmourian< Less
SOHO20 Gallery_ catalogue #2-2010 By soho20artists, inc.
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Since 1973, SOHO20 CHELSEA Gallery has been promoting the work of women artists and serving the community through public events. Artists: elizabeth bisbing, darla bjork, monica bock, linda freeman,... More > carla hernandez, susan hockaday, lucy hodgson, eve ingalls, francine leclercq, anne mckeown, aphrodite desiree navab, nelleke nix, celeste rapone, marielis seyler, elaine shor, mariangeles soto-diaz, fay stanford, kathy stark, eleonora tammes, gayle tanaka, jennie thwing, jane voorhees, b. amore, karen baldner, fran bull, laura cloud, hiroko hanna, gail hoffman, elizabeth michelman, ann rowles, georgia strange, rosie thompson, virginia tyler, mary whalen, eve whitaker, diane churchill, martha edelheit, denise yaghmourian< Less
Millennium Sculpture By BGSU Galleries
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The Millennium Sculpture catalogue documents a sculpture exhibition shown at Bowling Green State University in fall, 2011. The purpose of the exhibition is to illustrate how broad and diverse the... More > realm of sculpture has become during the past quarter century. The curator is BGSU Professor Shawn Morin, and the catalogue essay is written by Hank Foreman of Appalachian State University. The artists are: Michael Bendele, Delphos, OH, Carl Billingsley, Ayden, NC, Keith Brown, Manchester, UK, Johnny Coleman, Oberlin, OH, Austin I. Collins, Notre Dame, IN, Dale Enochs, Bloomington, IN, Judy Greavu, Dola, OH, Amy S. Havens, Ocean City, NJ, James M. Havens, Woodville, OH, Hanna Jubran, Grimesland, NC, Thomas Lingeman, Perrysburg, OH, Greg Mueller, St. Peter, MN, Jon Quick, Delaware, OH, Sally Hobbib Rumman, Sylvania, OH, Araan Schmidt, Alfred, NY, Fisher Stolz, Washington, IL, Kenneth M. Thompson, Blissfield, MI, Glenn Zweygardt, Alfred Station, NY< Less
SOHO20 CHELSEA Gallery_ catalogue #3-2012 By soho20artists Inc.
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Since 1973, SOHO20 CHELSEA Gallery, located in Chelsea/ New York, has been promoting the work of women artists and serving the community through public events. Artists: JULIA BERKMAN, PATRICIA... More > BERUBE, ELIZABETH BISBING, DARLA BJORK, MONICA BOCK, CATHY COHEN, ANNE ELLIOTT, REBECCA (BECKY) FRANCO, LINDA FREEMAN, LANNIE HART, CARLA HERNANDEZ, SUSAN HOCKADAY, LUCY HODGSON, EVE INGALLS, NAOKO ITO, FRANCINE LECLERCQ, INHYE LEE, TILDA MANN, ANNE MCKEOWN, GINA MICCINILLI, APHRODITE DESIREE NAVAB, NELLEKE NIX, JOAN RYAN, MARIELIS SEYLER, ELAINE SHOR, MARIANGELES SOTO-DIAZ, FAY STANFORD, KATHY STARK, SUZANNE STROEBE, ELEONORA TAMMES, B. AMORE, KAREN BALDNER, FRAN BULL, LAURA CLOUD, LOUISE FARRELL, GAIL HOFFMAN, ELIZABETH MICHELMAN, BARBARA REHG, ANN ROWLES, GEORGIA STRANGE, ROSIE THOMPSON, VIRGINIA TYLER, MARY WHALEN, EVE WHITAKER, DIANE CHURCHILL, MARTHA NILSSON EDELHEIT. http://www.soho20gallery.com< Less
Bill Kohn: Grand Center Series By Bruno David Gallery Publications
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49 page fully illustrated color catalogue of an exhibition (Grand Center series) of the late Bill Kohn's work at Bruno David Gallery. (Softcover, November 2011)
Work Makes the Work By Jeff Thompson
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Catalog for the exhibition "Work Makes the Work", curated by Jeff Thompson and presented at the Eisentrager Howard Gallery at the Department of Art & Art History, University of... More > Nebraska-Lincoln.< Less
Work Makes the Work By Jeff Thompson
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Catalog for the exhibition "Work Makes the Work", curated by Jeff Thompson and presented at the Eisentrager Howard Gallery at the Department of Art & Art History, University of... More > Nebraska-Lincoln.< Less
essential tools for the modern women By kelly thompson
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"Essential Tools..." was inspired by a 6ft x 3ft eyelash curler painted back in 2001. Always a favorite piece of gallery owner Sandra Mastroianni, it was chosen as a signature piece and... More > launched the theme of the exhibition. Kelly surveyed 36 modern women asking them her own burning question, "What is your most essential tool - if you had to pick just one?" In this selection of paintings, Kelly has merged two dominant, yet distinctly different styles, while continuing to explore her roots in graphic design and her compulsions for experimentation and imperfection. Using her favorite mediums, acrylic, oil, concrete, resin and spray paint she continues to use her familiar color palate and signature circle image. In keeping with her focus on process she will also be using recycled and rebuilt sur< Less
Raúl Gonzalez—Nowhere Everywhere By Todd Bartel
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The second of three exhibitions in the Nowhere Everywhere exhibition series presents the cultural portraiture of Raúl Gonzalez III. Gonzalez’s exquisite drawings are balanced by a... More > sobering and critical examination of Latin—American issues including the “romance of the west,” Latino stereotypes, and immigration.< Less
Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark By Todd Bartel
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Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark is the first exhibition in a series of three focusing on various interpretations of Light & Dark—naturalism, poetic allusion and hope. The exhibition... More > Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark initiates the series with a 30-year survey of the mid-20th Century Modernist paintings of Charlie Nevad (Perth Amboy, NJ 1921-1990). Charlie Nevad—Light & Dark is both the first retrospective of the artist’s work and the first solo exhibition of his paintings in Massachusetts. Light & Dark provides an overview of the last three decades of Nevad’s artistic production and examines his symbolism and the transformation of his painting technique—from his Impressionist-inspired brushwork to his experimentations with Abstract Expressionism, collage and primitivism.< Less

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