Thursday, April 26, 2007

Andee Rudloff-Dangenart Gallery Juror

Dangenart Gallery is located in the historic ARCADE on Fifth Avenue in downtown Nashville's eclectic entertainment, sports, and arts district. Above Walgreens, this location provides lots of foot traffic and easy access to galleries and studios and shopping.

Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 11am-5pm
Saturday, 11am-3pm
Monday and Sunday by appointment only

Meter parking downtown on Saturdays is free.

All juried exhibitions and competitions at Dangenart Gallery are judged by a panel that consists of at least three jurors. Each panel is led by curating director Daniel Lai. Jurors are selected by Lai based on the former's curatorial visions that emphasize on aesthetic merit and originality and are devoid of personal taste.

For more about Dangenart Gallery or to schedule a visit, contact:

Mailing Address:

Dangenart Gallery
83 Arcade Building
Nashville TN 37219

Street Address:

Dangenart Gallery
224 - 234 5th Ave. N.
Suite 83 The Arcade
Nashville TN 37219
(Above Walgreens, 5th Ave. N.)

Tel: (615) 251 1616

Dovie's makes our day

Yesterday, my dad hurt his back. A couple of his clients thought they would cheer him up by bringing him the best burgers in Kentucky...fresh DOVIE's...and a T-shirt to boot! Although I am vegetarian, I can say from my younger years that this is the best burger in America. My dad shared the bag-o-burgers with me and others...I shared my burgers with a friend who has spent time on a Montana ranch, and she said...they were really ggrrrreat!

Dovie's located in Tompkinsville, Kentucky has welcomed people inside for over 50 years. The Moore family founded Dovie's in 1940 and keeps the restaurant true to it's history with a menu that has the original Dovie's burger and a few other tasty surprises. Deep-frying and a secret sauce is the specialty at Dovie's. Dedicated locals have made this restaurant almost legendary.

107 West 4th St.
Tompkinsville, KY 42067

Open 8:30am-4pm Mon-Fri, 2pm Sat. Closed Sunday

Celebrating Kentucky's Unbridled Spirit to the fullest!

Memphis Marsha's Annual Teacher-Student Art Exhibition

Memphis Marsha's Annual Teacher-Student Art Exhibition
April 29-May 26, 2007
Opening Reception: Sunday, April 29, 2-4 CT.
Opening Reception Awards and recognition 3:00pm

Join us in this celebration of our students, ranging in age from elementary to adult. This is a reward for all the hard work done throughout the year; it's a time for families to see their students' work framed & displayed in our art gallery. Also showing, will be the work by our professional teachers including Andee Rudloff. We'll have refreshments and the popular art treasure hunt game for children.

Free & Open to the public.
Exhibition Continues on Regular Gallery Days: Thursdays-Saturdays, 10-4, CT

Monday, April 23, 2007

At Home On Tour/The Dinner Party updates

In 2001, Andee worked with Judy Chicago for a semester on a major installation called "At Home: A Kentucky Project with Judy Chicago and Donald Woodman" (her husband). Following the close of the exhibition, John Oakes and Andee created a traveling exhibition called the At Home On Tour which is currently (Spring 2007) at Penn State University.

Have you heard that Judy Chicago's Dinner Party has a permanent home, in the Brooklyn Museum?

AAAE Arts at the Airport Conference

Andee will be attending the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Arts at the Airport conference in Seattle, WA, next week. The conference will cover a multitude of Public Art topics. The group will also tour the airport in Vancouver, BC, to study ideas concerning the use of glass and suspended sculpture.

For more, visit:

Last Week! BGCO - Notable Art Auction

This is the last week you can bid on the pieces in the Bowling Green Chamber Orchestra's Notable Art Auction.
The final bids will be taken at the LIVE auction on Saturday, April 28th at 6:00pm.
Presented by The Encore, the LIVE auction will take place at The Club at Olde Stone.

For tickets to the event call: 270-846-2426

To view the pieces go to:

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Patrick Fleming remembered

Last autumn, I lost my artist soulmate, Patrick. At his Memorial in NYC we gathered at his home, shared stories, with blurry eyes - we all wished we were dreaming and would wake up to see his bright, shining smile. As the sun came down on the day, we all gathered by the thank him for being part of our lives. Each of us had a fresh rose to float down the windy river...and the river and the wind blew them right back to us...and he let us know he was right there, he was there that day. Finally, we lit a small urn ablaze that was full of messages and wishes for Patrick and it soared and sparked. So many so so many tears.

An artist, a dear sweet man and my friend...Lawrence Patrick Fleming.
I will miss him.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Let the bidding begin!!!

Bid on one-of-a-kind pieces by Andee Rudloff (pictured above) and many other artists to help the Bowling Green Chamber Orchestra (BGCO) NOW!

Artists have transformed musical instruments into works of art. Let the bidding begin! The auction will close on Saturday, April 28th. All proceeds benefit the BGCO.

Please visit the following link and click on the PLACE BID box to view the works:

Sponsored by Bob Evans
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