Thursday, September 07, 2006
"Landscapes," an exhibition at the Donelson Corporate Center with Caroline Carlisle Consulting, is now being shown at Andee's studio in Bowling Green, KY.
All 15 paintings are acrylic and on 3' by 3' canvas and priced at $800 each.
The titles are:
1. Putting Out the Fire
2. As Clouds Move
3. Seed of Light
4. Shall We Meet
5. What the Clouds Brought
6. Along the Lil' Glen
7. ...a Break
8. Without Abandoning the Heart
9. Felt like a Tiny Village
10. Between Soul-mates
11. An Enormous Audience
12. End of the Evening
13. An Issue of Being Heard
14. Millions of Moments of Connection
15. What it's Like to be on Earth Today
Andee's studio and gallery is located at 556 Morris Alley in Bowling Green, KY.
Posted by Andee at Thursday, September 07, 2006
Saturday, September 02, 2006
EARTHworks Invitational Fine Art Exhibition
Saturday, October 14, 2006
Press Preview Oct. 14th from 4-5:30 p.m.
EARTHworks was organized in an effort to present emerging artists at the verge of success in their developing art careers - hopefully raising the bar, yet leaving the doors wide open for new talent and to encourage the discourse of what is and what isn't ART?!
Karen Abboud, New Orleans, LA
Lisa Ann Bachman, Nashville, TN
Alicia Beach, Columbia, TN
Amanda Crawford, Nashville, TN
Mel Davenport, Cottontown, TN
Tiffany Denton, Nashville, TN
Sharon Koomen Harmon, Nashville, TN
Kaaren Hirschowitz Engel, Nashville, TN
Sher Fick, Spring Hill, TN
Pat Flock, Cashiers, NC
Nena Guin, Nashville, TN
Meg Harper, Mesa, AZ
Kathy Hughes, New Orleans, LA
Stacey Irvin, Nashville, TN
Rachel Kirk, Ashland City, TN
Selena Long, Summerville, TN
Andee Rudloff, Bowling Green, KY
Marsha Rusk, Hendersonville, TN
Beth Seiters, Nashville, TN
George Vitorovich, Bowling Green, KY
The reception will also feature a signing/listening party for the newly-released album "One Opens Up" by Matthew Sigmon of Waleska, GA. Wine and refreshments will accompany a wide selection of works focusing on the power of nature, how it works for/with/against the human race. Works include New Orleans artists who attach Hurricane Katrina debris to the their encaustic paintings, as well as a wide variety of works by locally- known and newly- discovered artists including: textiles, nature sculptures, drawing, painting media, furniture, and installations in traditional and contemporary techniques.
Artist/Curator Sher Fick may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org for press packs or for further information.
This exhibition is additionally held in honor of the Land Trust Alliance's national conference which will be held at the Nashville Convention Center, October 12 -14, 2006. Environmental organizations are encouraged to contact the Curator for display of earth-friendly, organic, vegetarian, or like-minded literature dissemination.
Posted by Andee at Saturday, September 02, 2006