Monday, May 22, 2006

5th Annual Legends of the Blues Festival

Memorial Day!!! Monday, May 29th, 2006, come join in the Legends of Blues Festival at Centennial Park in Nashville, TN, from 1:00pm untl 7:00pm. The festival boasts of some of the best music and art you are going to find anywhere! This festival supports the Music City Blues Society and is sponsored by the Metro Parks.
Andee will be exhibiting her work, including paintings and prints, with other artists throughout the permitting.

Memorial Day
Monday, May 29th
1:00pm to 7:00pm
Centennial Park
Nashville, TN

From Our Perspective:National Women's Exhibit

The Womencenter of Oakland Community College's Orchard Ridge Campus in Farmington Hills, CA, announces a call for entries.

The deadline for completed applications is August 1st, 2006. The show is open to all women artists living in the United States.

For an exhibit prospectus, visit:

The exhibit will run from September 21st until October 13th, 2006, in the Smith Theatre Gallery.
Artists will be recognized at a reception and awards will be handed out the evening of September 21st at 7:00pm.
The juror for the exhibit is Pi Benio.

For more information email Sandra at:

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Relay for Life

My brother's wish was answered by many during the Relay for Life June 2nd and 3rd in Bowling Green, KY. Thank you so very much for your support and donations!
My mom, Rita Rudloff, is almost a one year survivor of brain lymphoma and was able to attend the opening ceremony!
The team won a 2006 Spirit Award!!! The team also received much praise for a large painting of Dr. Seuss thay had...hhhmmm, wonder who did that?

My brother's letter is below:
Dear Friends,

As many of you know, our family has had the challenge of helping my mother as she battled cancer. After spending several months taking my mother from test to test, she was diagnosed with Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma right before Thanksgiving of 2005. Our family really pulled together throughout those many difficult months. Through wonderful doctors, my mother's tremendous WILL, family strength, and the grace of God, her cancer is considered in remission. My mother did undergo intense chemotherapy at Vanderbilt Medical Center throughout the winter months and is still recovering from the effects. We wait and wonder, if it will return. It is a numbing feeling.

This experience has made my wife Melissa and me keenly aware of how many people are affected by cancer. As a result, we decided to be proactive and support our community by participating in the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life event. The American Cancer Society (ACS) funds more than $100 million dollars of cancer research a year. We want to help them fight cancer and raise awareness about cancer prevention.

On June 2, at Bowling Green High School, in Bowling Green, KY; we will join our other team members from the Bowling Green Christian Church and the community to walk from sun-down to sun-up in an overnight celebration of life and cancer survivorship in honor of my mother and the many others who have battled this devastating disease. We invite you to support our team.

Please consider giving a gift to the American Cancer Society, through our team here in Warren County, KY. Our team is striving to raise $2500 to help meet the local goal of $170,000. All donations are tax-deductible. Please consider giving whatever you can to help others fight the battle of cancer. Your checks can be made out to American Cancer Society and need to be returned to the address below no later than Monday, May 22.

Thank you in advance for your generous support.

Checks can be mailed to my office at:
Rudloff & Rudloff
Attn: Dan Rudloff
553 E. Main St.
Bowling Green, KY 42101

I appreciate your time and donation.

Dan Rudloff

Monday, May 01, 2006

Silent Auction closes MAY 28th at 5:00pm

The Phoenix Theatre is always proud of their theatre performances, but this month they have a Gallery exhibit you can not miss...the SILENT AUCTION exhibit with NO STARTING BIDS! Your bids start with what you think it is worth and grow throughout the entire month of May.

Of course, the highest bidder wins, so keep an eye on your favorite artwork to make sure you are the highest bidder!

The exhibit and SILENT AUCTION will close and works will go home with the winners on May 28th, when the performance of The Jungle Book closes.
If it is like last time, the theatre gallery will be full of people guarding their artwork until the finish. It is a blast! 50% of the sale goes to the theatre and their programs, so bid high, often...just bid.

Artists in the exhibit include Kaaren Hirschowitz Engel, Dale Conway, Kristina Arnold, Andee Rudloff, Gayle Novick, Franne Lee, Peggy Truman, Mark Griffin, Victor Sweatt, Lynn Robertson and more. Drawing, painting, photography, prints, pastels and sculpture are represented in this ONE MONTH ONLY exhibit.

Please contact Andee to come by and see the show, or view the gallery before any performance.

Special thanks to the support of the artists, the theatre and all the bidders!

Make sure you are the highest there Sunday, May 28th at 5:00pm!!!

Karel Appel Collectors

Andee is working with a client who is willing to part with three Karel Appel works on paper at this time. Please contact Andee Rudloff concerning the sale of all three Karel Appel works on paper. All are signed and numbered and an image of the each of can be supplied. The price of these works can be supplied to serious buyers and collectors only.

Contact Andee Rudloff at:

West Tennessee Regional Art Center - Juror

Juror and Honorees announced for the West Tennessee Regional Art Center's Invitational Art Exhibition

A month-long exhibition of works by area and regional artists has been an official event of the West Tennessee Strawberry Festival since 2001.

Beginning this year, the show honors five carefully-chosen West Tennessee artists. Honorees have been invited to display a choice sampling of their very best works. An expert in the field will select the one exhibited work deemed to best exemplify superlative achievement in the visual arts. The winner of The Grand Award of the 2006 Strawberry Festival's WTRAC Invitational Art Exhibition will receive a $500 cash award. The 2006 Grand Award is generously sponsored by Humboldt Utilities. Juror for the 2006 invitational exhibition is Andee Rudloff, professional artist as well as curator at the Nashville International Airport.

As curator, Rudloff plans and coordinates all programs related to the airport's public art projects, including the oversight of the permanent art collection and music performances. Her schedule is also very busy with painting and mural projects, teaching and event coordinating. In 2005, Rudloff curated and coordinated the Sarratt Gallery/Vanderbilt University "At Home on Tour" exhibition. She also served as a handler and conservator at the Newport Beach Art Museum and the Laguna Beach Art Museum in California. She's a native of Bowling Green, Ky.

The following artists are being honored at the exhibition: Lee Benson, Peggy King, Libby Lynch, Lendon Noe, and Janice Sumler. Benson is a Professor of Fine Arts in Sculpture and Ceramics at Union University in Jackson. King is a retired art instructor and administrator from Martin, Tennessee. Lynch is a high school art instructor at the University School of Jackson. Noe is a Professor of Art at Lambuth University in Jackson. Sumler is a professional watercolorist who teaches painting classes and workshops in Jackson/West Tennessee.

Make plans to attend the opening reception on Sunday, May 7, 2006, from 2-4pm in the Upstairs Gallery of WTRAC, 1200 Main Street, Humboldt. Come early to preview the works on display and stay to experience the excitement as The Grand Award winner for 2006 is announced!

And the winner is....
Aaron Lee Benson!!
Congrats to all of the artists!

For more information about the center, visit:
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