Friday, August 31, 2007

Fathom exhibition-Chattanooga, TN

Connect 12 opens Sept.1

Featured in the Nashville Scene's Critic's Picks:
CONNECT 12 This exhibit, curated by Ben Vitualla, features the diverse works of 12 of Nashville's longtime arts warriors. The goal of the exhibit is to educate the viewer about the history and continued growth of our local arts community. Painter Andee Rudloff has exhibited with Untitled Artists and Plowhaus Artists' Cooperative, in addition to being involved with the successful Arts in the Airport program. Her dreamy landscapes are meant to reflect a sense of memory. Untitled's husband-and-wife teams are also included in the September exhibit. Alesandra Bellos is "giving away her dreams" in a performance art piece at the opening reception. Her husband, Rick Bradley, is doing an interactive piece featuring monitors showing repeated imagery that explores the idea of machines expressing emotions. Eric Denton will exhibit his quirky photographs in the show alongside wife Tiffany Denton's fiber collages. Audience participation is encouraged in three installations and one performance art piece. With the majority of Art at the Arcade spaces having stellar shows opening this month and the McKay Otto/Monica Cook show at TAG, downtown is the place to be this Saturday night. Opening reception 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 1 at Dangenart Gallery; runs through Sept. 28.

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Friday, August 24, 2007

Creating, to help others

Memphis Marsha's Studio hosted a card making workshop for children in need. The Saturday workshop was busy with excitement and we were able to create many cards. It was FREE and a lot of fun.
I appreciate Marsha hosting an event like this and hope that others might consider doing it too!

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2007 Gallery Walk Opening Night Receptions

The Bowling Green International Festival welcomes its annual kick off event for the festival, the 2007 Gallery Walk, on Friday, Sept. 21 from 5-9pm. The 2007 Gallery Walk takes place in downtown Bowling Green, KY. Many spaces will be participating, with a complete list still building. Those on the Gallery Walk include Retrograde Studios on College Street, Barbara Stewart's Corner Gallery, Spencer's Coffee, The Apple Store, The Gallery at 916, Alice Gatewood Waddell & Willie Rascoe and Angie Alexieff's Studio all in Downtown Bowling Green, KY. More will be announced soon!

The Public Theatre of Kentucky (PTK) will host a Gallery Walk closing reception at 10:30pm. PTK is located at 545 Morris Alley.

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Thursday, August 09, 2007

Beshear/Mongiardo on your barn?

This is an exciting time for Kentucky, as we finally have a candidate for Governor that has IDEAS and a vision for the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Steve Beshear is from Kentucky and remembers when Kentucky was a vacation destination for millions each year. Beshear wants to take Kentucky back to a place to live and TAKING CARE OF OUR OWN.
I so strongly believe in this candidate, that I am ready to paint the logo above on any barn facing a highway, byway or interstate across Kentucky.
Please email me and let me know where your barn is...and I will schedule a time to come and paint it. With many barns already lined up, I recommend you contact me ASAP. No barns will be painted after November 1st.

Thank you and do what you can to support Beshear/Mongiardo!!!

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Friday, August 03, 2007

2007 Tomato Alley Art

The Tomato Art Fest is Saturday, August 11th. Once again, Andee will celebrate with other artists in Nashville's only Drive-Thru gallery, Art & Invention's Alley Gallery, located at 1106 Woodland Street in the heart of East Nashville.
Pictured above is "Tomato Dine" by Andee. The 4 foot by 3 foot painting will be on display at Art & Invention until September 22nd.
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