Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Arts at the Airport Curator

Andee is the NEW Arts at the Airport Curator at the Nashville International Airport in Nashville, TN.

Created in 1988 by the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, Arts at the Airport is an ever-growing, ever-changing showcase of cultural diversity and creative talent in Tennessee. The terminal and surrounding facilities at Nashville International Airport were designed to incorporate rotating public art exhibits and permanent acquisitions. The award-winning Arts at the Airport program selects and presents works by local, regional, and national artists for the enjoyment and enrichment of Nashville International Airport's passengers and visitors.

In addition, the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority offices house a large collection of original works. The collection includes 46 pieces in various styles and mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking and mixed mediums on paper. The majority of works are by contemporary Tennessee artists, including some of the state's most acclaimed creators.

You may contact us at:
Andee Rudloff-Curator
Arts at the Airport
One Terminal Drive, Suite 501
Nashville, TN 37214


Friday, November 25, 2005

Art & Invention, After Holiday SALE

The coolest and most unique gifts are at Art & Invention, including work by ANDEE!

The festiveness continues...come in for the After Holiday Sale and take advantage of the best prices on the most unique gifts.

Meg even has GALOSHES and CLOGS!

Wednesday, November 09, 2005


Available Now are 11 inch by 14 inch limited edition posters of the painting MAN WITH RICE for only $15.00 each.

MAN WITH RICE is also part of The 25th Annual All Kentucky Juried Fine Art Exhibition at the Houchens Gallery/Capitol Arts Alliance Gallery. Juror Ron Porter, Vanderbilt University, selected the pieces and award winners. Feel free to let him know what you think:

The 25th Annual All Kentucky Juried Fine Art Exhibition
Nov. 14th through Dec. 21st, 2005
Awards Reception Nov. 18th, 5:30pm to 7:30pm, awards presentation at 6:30pm
The Historic Preservation Board presents STORE WARS, a documentary film, following the reception.

Capitol Arts Alliance
416 East Main Street
Bowling Green, KY 42101

Monday, November 07, 2005

Country Peddler Youth Competition Juror

Andee Rudloff is one of the honorary judges for the Country Peddler's Youth Ad Design Competition this year. The judging will take place Thursday, November 10th.

This youth design competition is the only design competition in the region. Andee is happy to support the efforts of the youth designers and the Country Peddler.

The exhibit will be up at the Capitol Arts Center's Mezzanine Level Gallery. Call for times and dates: (270)782-2787(ARTS)

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Already Holiday shopping?

Andee is already getting calls for unique paintings this holiday season. So don't wait until the last minute, surprise your sweetie or family member with a ONE OF A KIND painting by artist Andee Rudloff. Whether it is a special landscape you want recreated or a portrait with pizzazz, Andee is ready to make your unique gift.

Don't really want to commission something? Well, there are plenty of limited edition prints and beautiful paintings to choose from in Andee's Morris Alley Loft Studio.

Contact Andee to schedule an appointment to come by TODAY!

Day of the Dead Exhibit at PLowhaus

The annual Day of the Dead Exhibition at Plowhaus closes Sunday, November 27th. So hurry on over and see the show!
The show welcomes artists from the region, including Andee. Also exhibiting Day of the Dead art will be students from the Bellewood Home for Children in Bowling Green, KY.

Plowhaus is located in historic East Nashville at 213 South 17th Street(between Fatherland and Russell).
Please get directions to Plowhaus by calling (615)262-2224 or on their site:

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Emergency Fund for Artists

The Southern Arts Federation set up an Emergency Fund for displaced Gulf Coast artists following the Katrina disaster, and Andee has been raising money for the fund since it began.
Thus far, Andee and her generous supporters have sent in over $1,200.00 to the fund.
This amount is continuing to grow, as Andee still has special, limited edition Katrina Relief posters available for $25.00!
All proceeds benefit displaced artists.
Contact Andee today to support the Emergency Fund.

Sunday, October 16, 2005


Many people have been asking me if I am working for the Kaleidoscope program in Bowling Green. While my name still appears on the Kaleidoscope website and other printed materials, I am no longer with the program.

We were not able to come to an agreement on what my job responsibilties would be and I decided that it would be best for me to focus on my already busy schedule. Before exiting from the program, I was able to host Jen Foster at Spencer's Coffee House for an exciting workshop in songwriting. I was able to recommend Christopher Cherry and Rachel Clark for positions with Kaleidoscope. Last, but not least, I was able to help get information about leading Saturday workshops to many artists in the community.

Kaleidoscope is a Youth Development program currently offering arts programming. However, if the attendees decide arts are not what they have interest in, then the program could evolve into a sports program as suggested by Katrina Phelps with Kaleidoscope.

I am encouraged to see the attention focused on activities for youth in Bowling Green, KY, and hope many more groups like Kaleidoscope will evolve.

Air it out!

As an artist/educator/activist in the arts for sometime, I too have my obstacles and missteps among the goals and achievements along the way. As word gets back to me quickly these days, there are several people with comments and concerns about some of my choices and art commitments. I am anxious to find a better way to link the artists together in this community and highlight our talent.

Well, let's end the gossip, and AIR IT OUT!

I am inviting everyone to a forum to JUST LET ME HAVE IT! Let me know your concerns. Let me know what you think I have done right and wrong. Tell me how I can better serve Bowling Green, WKU, south central Kentucky, America, the world...YOU!

Keep it simple and short, but come to this meeting and AIR IT OUT!

"AIR IT OUT!" will be held at Andee's studio in the next month. The date is TO BE ANNOUNCED(TBA), as I want to have it at a time and date the most people possible can attend.
There will be an idea about an exciting NEW Public Art Project unveiled at the meeting!

Hope you will bring your concerns and solutions. Letters and emails of support are also welcome, and will be read at the meeting.
Email me to confirm your interest or ask any questions.

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Join the Moped Army!!!

I am really loving my mode of transportation these days via my moped scooter. I want to encourage others to ride with me and take advantage of the GREAT gas mileage and FUN! As any good American would be doing their part to save on gas right now...right??!!
I will be organizing some events and fundraisers...and of course, there is always a fair share of "swag" to be given away.
If you have a moped and/or scooter and want to join the Moped Army Branch in Bowling Green, KY, contact me today with the following information:
Which Moped and/or scooter you own and ride

The first 5 people to join get a FREE pair of scooter goggles!

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Katrina Efforts-Limited Edition Poster

It is an absolute nightmare.

A way to spread art and fundraising for me is through the creation of some small paintings and a poster. The small paintings have SOLD OUT, but posters are still available for $25.

I would like the money to benefit artists from the affected areas, so I am supporting the Southern Arts Federation's Emergency Relief Fund.

If you don't want to buy a poster, choose to help in your own way, please.

To support the Emergency Relief Fund and buy a New Orleans Poster, contact:
Andee Rudloff
556 Morris Alley
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
T 270.781.7762 ext.5

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Tomato Alley Art

Have your Tomato Art quota yet?
Already dreaming of those warm summer days?
Tomato Alley Art posters with Andee's HOT Tomato Alley piece are still available through the artist.

Contact Andee to get your's today for just $20.00!!!

Sunday, May 29, 2005

Warren East Basketball Court

Andee graced the halls of her high school once again when she put her designs on the floor of the Warren East High School Basketball Court! Warren East renovated their Basketball Court during the summer of 2005. Andee was hired to design a new center court logo as well as logo designs for Lady Raider and Raider Basketball.

Be sure to go check it out. Warren East High School is located in Bowling Green, KY, at 6867 Louisville Road.

Monday, May 23, 2005

FREE Rockin' T-Shirts!

Yes...that is right...FREE T-SHIRTS(while supplies last). They are totally vintage blue cotton T's from Champion. The t-shirts have an original design by Andee on the front. Don't bother asking for sizes as they are all Large, but run a little small. Feel free to break out some thread and scissors and alter the shirts...send me pics of you in your shirt and the best ones will be on my site!
Thank you for all of the email me for your FREE t-shirt!!!

Thursday, May 12, 2005

JLS Journal Cover

Andee's work will appear on the JLS Journal book cover. This book will contain entries from several people and has been edited by Elizabeth Ettore.
For information concerning this book, please email Andee.

Friday, May 06, 2005

Like the haystacks?

Available edition prints of three paintings; the Chaney's Dairy Barn Mural, Solo Haystack and Sunny Haystacks.

These images have been so popular in the last year, Andee has worked with designer Stacey Irvin to create the limited edition print series. Act quickly, because they are going fast at ONLY $50.00 per print.

Please contact Andee to see images of these prints. Get one, or all three. The prints can be shipped.

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

ChicNnomad designs

The design team of Andee Rudloff and Stacey Irvin invite you to view their work at:

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

At Home On Tour

The At Home Model is a 1:12 scale replica of the 2001 At Home Project. The project, facilitated by internationally acclaimed artist Judy Chicago and her husband, professional photographer Donald Woodman, culminated in the transformation of a house at Western Kentucky University into a multi-media work of art by more than 25 professional artists and students. The artists used the house to explore a myriad of issues related to domestic space.

Artist Andee Rudloff and professor John Oakes have meticulously re-created a 1:12 scale model of the project in order to preserve and re-present the themes explored by the artists involved. Rudloff and Oakes are pleased to announce that the Model will be on tour during 2005 and 2006.

At Home On Tour DVD NOW AVAILABLE! Email Andee for your copy for educational and gallery purposes.

Email Andee for a press packet or for more information on the At Home Tour click here.

I to I Book Cover artist

My painting, Sunny Haystacks, was chosen as the cover for I to I. Another painting, Solo Haystack, is on the back cover of the book. I am honored to be part of the large collection of experiences you will discover in this book.
I to I is available at your local bookstore and by calling WKU Womens Studies: 270.745.6477

Purchase I to I cover art merchandise here
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