Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Gallery Walk-Bowling Green, KY

The Bowling Green International Festival Gallery Walk
Receptions Friday, September 19, 5:00-9:00pm
Chair Andee Rudloff

The gallery walk will include various local businesses showcasing foreign culture themed exhibits in support the festival. All exhibits are on display September 19-27, some begin earlier and/or continue longer.

Receptions will be held at all exhibits Friday September 19, 5-9pm.

Participating venues:

VSA Arts of KY presents Love in any Language featuring the work of Artists affilated with VSA Arts of KY Sept. 8-Oct. 31
Artists affiliated with VSA arts of Kentucky will create artistic interpretations of the 2008 Bowling Green International Festival Theme, Love In Any Language
515 E. 10th St BG KY 42101 270-781-0872

Capitol Arts Center presents Love Those Movies ...Around the World featuring the work of Leon Vincent Sept. 16 - Oct. 6
Collection of old movie posters, mostly American films, but shown internationally - posters in foreign languages
416 E. Main 270-782-2787

WKU Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center presents Borders, liquid states featuring the work of Kim Chalmers Sept. 19-27
Three large paintings, digital toner on paper, 3 feet x 10 feet
Western Kentucky University, 2nd Floor beside the two theater entrances. 270-745 2843

Memphis Marsha's Art Gallery & Classes presents A Slice Of Italy! featuring the work of Marsha Heidbrink Sept. 19-Oct. 25
Encaustic paintings completed while in Italy, & several done about Italy once home; a watercolor, a mixed media box, original photographic notecards, & jewelry will also be shown.
524 E 12th Ave 270-843-1726

Spencer's Coffeehouse presents Jodi Reeves featuring the work of Jodi Reeves Sept. 19
915 College St BG KY 42101

The Place presents iLove featuring the work of Landry Butler Sept. 19-27
Video and small mixed media
431 Park Row BG KY 42101 270-794-0048

WKU Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Main Gallery presents Madam Taxi Rides Again: Travel, Anthropology & Art featuring the work of Michelle Dussault Sept. 19-Oct 17
A series of paintngs and drawings including work created in Kenya (Matatu Series) and in preparation for travel to Antarctica
WKU FAC 200 270-745-2314

The Gallery At 916 presents All You Need is Love: An Extreme Bird's Eye View featuring the work of John Warren Oakes & Haley Young Sept 5-30
There's nothing you can see that isn't shown. Nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be. It's easy...all you need is love. An out of this world experience by John Warren Oakes and Hayley Young. The reception will feature British goodies and libations from merry ole England where both artists worked and studied for a time. God Save The Queen.
916 State St.

Atalla Plastic Surgery and Laser Center presents Love of the Dance featuring the work of C David Jones and Kim M. Jones Sept. 19th - Sept. 27th
New works depicting the love of dance all over the world. Works will include both representatonal and abstract interpretations of the dance. Art opening from 5-9pm on Friday, Sept. 19th. A casual setting with the artists, food and music.
816 Chestnut Street

Pushin Bldg Artists' Studio presents Earthy Extractions featuring the work of Angie Alexieff, Laura Bain-Selbo Sept. 19th 5-9pm
Artist's convey the earth's bounty in form, function and findings. An earthy fiest for the sight, smell, taste and ears. Artist's will be showing their recent works and producing work throughout the evening. Refreshments representing the cuisine of other cultures will enhance the multi sensory experience.
400 East Main

Monday, August 25, 2008

Studio East Nashville exhibition extended

I WAS TOLD THERE WOULD BE CAKE was a success with the help of hundreds of people in attendance this past weekend. Due to the success of the reception, I WAS TOLD THERE WOULD BE CAKE, at, has been extended!!!

Images have not been posted to this web site yet, so go by Studio East Nashville to see the exhibition. Directions to the studio can be found at

Thank you ALL for the support...especially the support of local writers Jack Silverman and Jonathan Marx.

Image above: Picnic on a Gigantic Scale (Guitar Hero Font) 48" x 24" Mixed Media 2008

Monday, August 04, 2008

I Was Told There Would Be Cake


Statement from the gallery:

Studio East Nashville is proud to feature the paintings of artist and muralist ANDEE RUDLOFF Saturday, August 23rd - 6 to 9pm

Studio East Nashville: 1520 Woodland Street

Retro Bizarro MEGAMIX by DJ Jerserf

LIVE closing performance: the SWEET sounds of Dax Evans

Prepare for a Willy Wonka-eque event as Andee's sugary, artistic expressions brighten the summer night!

Andee will also be at Studio East Nashville on Sunday, August 24th from 2:00-4:00pm for your viewing pleasure.

Gallery Hop - Friday, August 8th

See andee's affordable paintings at TWO locations, Memphis Marsha's and The Gallery at 916, during Friday's Gallery Hop in Bowling Green, KY!
Don't miss the Gallery Hop this Friday. A free shuttle and seven locations will participate in the Gallery Hop.
Pick up a map at Memphis Marsha's,
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