Sunday, December 25, 2011

Happy Holidays to you and yours!

Happy Holidays...This year celebrating Shake Rag! The ShakeRag Historic District in downtown Bowling Green is recognized for its significance to African-American history. Located along the north end of State Street, it was placed on the National Register and stands as a physical reminder of the accomplishments the community made during times of social and economic hardship. Paintings of all sizes available!

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Holiday festiveness...

Whether in Kentucky or Tennessee, catch Andee art at the following locations this holiday season...
Bryant Gallery (Nashville), Studio East Nashville, Kay Bob's (Nashville), VSA Kentucky (Bowling Green), Pie House Studio (Bowling Green) and several murals in the area while driving to see the holiday lights!

Happiest of Holidays to you and yours!

Friday, November 25, 2011

It is always better to give than to receive...Deliciously Happy

One of my favorite art collaborators, Lindsey Bailey, and her students need our help. They need supplies for 12 remaining workshops as well as transportation for the students to attend the gallery reception at Belmont University. At the gallery reception, the student participants can see their work and speak with the people attending the event. Your contribution will also help with culminating event costs, like installation lighting, projection equipment, community invitations and to publish a book, including all of the lesson plans, example artwork, and documentation; and the student, educator, and community responses to the projects. This book will be made available to schools and organizations so that more youth can participate in performance-based workshops.

The way Kickstarter campaigns work...well...if by November 27th the campaign does not reach its $4,000 goal (only $470 NEEDED), it will not be funded AT ALL. I hope you can make a small donation this holiday season to MAKE THINGS HAPPEN!

Happiest of Holidays...thanks for giving!

Friday, November 18, 2011

Singing this holiday season!

Buddy: The best way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear.
Jovie: Thanks, but I don't sing.
Buddy: Oh, well, it's just like talking, except longer and louder, and you move your voice up and down.
Jovie: I *can* sing, I just choose *not* to sing. Especially in front of other people.
Buddy: If you can sing alone, you sing in front of other people. There's no difference.
Jovie: Actually, there's a BIG difference.
Buddy: No there's not. Wait...
[Starts singing loud and off-key]
Buddy: I'm singing/I'm in a store/and I'm siiiiiingiiiiing!/I'm in a store/and I'm siiiiiingiiiiing!

The Pie Studio is open, by appointment, in Bowling Green, KY! Don't forget ART makes a great gift for the holidays:) The Pie Studio is located at 556 Morris Alley in Bowling Green, KY.

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Photography exhibition at Studio East Nashville

The f-Stops Here welcomes the photonomad and Studio East Nashville founder Stacey Irvin as well as photogirls Laura Carpenter (Vanderbilt sociology professor), Emily Naff (Nashville State photography professor), Kay Ramming (Cheekwood and alt. process photographer), Wendy Whittemore (owner of Aerial Innovations and horse lover) and Andee Rudloff (Education Director, SKyPAC and exhibition curator). Juror Sharon Lee Hart, photography professor at the University of Kentucky, enjoyed the opportunity to view and choose the images in the show, so it is a MUST see...hope to see you there!

Monday, November 07, 2011

Pie House Studio Open House Friday 11-11-11

Pie House Studio is Andee's studio located at 556 Morris Alley in downtown Bowling Green, KY. Andee will host an Open Studio for guests and patrons from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. on Friday, November 11th, 2011. Fun art and affordable prices with lots of art $111 and under! Hope to see you Friday!

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Time-lapse video of the Inglewood community mural

Please visit the following link to experience a time-lapse video by Allie Sultan of Andee creating a mural at Riverside Village in Inglewood/East Nashville, TN.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Inglewood Mural Contest

Andee is the winner of the Inglewood Mural Contest! She will complete a 30' by 11' mural on the front of the M&M Furniture building at the corner of McGavock and Riverside in Nashville, TN. Come by and see it going up...or stop by after it is complete in early June 2011.

Many thanks to the community for their support!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Bryant Gallery - Nashville, TN opening Saturday, May 14th

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Last Day for Blend Studio!

This is the last day to see Floats Like a Butterfly Stings Like a Bee at Blend Studio in downtown Nashville, TN. This is also the last day to VOTE and get your wooden nickel. Contact Andee about future showings and about the travel schedule for the stop, New Orleans, LA!

Monday, April 04, 2011

The Results are in...Who Controls Art?

A survey was taken at the Downtown Nashville Gallery Crawl on Saturday, April 2nd, 2011, during the exhibition Floats Like a Butterfly Stings Like a Bee: Who Controls Art?, artworks by Andee Rudloff, Lindsey Bailey and film by Allie Sultan.

Who Controls Art?, the voters HAVE SPOKEN:
49% Artists
18% Youth
10% Education
9% Capitalism/Profit
8% Other (God, Religion, Soul, No one, I, Fish, Andee)
5% Community
1% Business/Biz-nass
0% Tourism
0% Government

The voting continues at Blend Studio, located at 79 Arcade Nashville, TN, until April 30th, 2011. All voters receive a limited-edition wooden nickel!

Saturday, April 02, 2011

It's Time...opening April 2

Blend Studio 79 Arcade Nashville, TN 37219

Who controls art?

Who controls art? a video, paintings and installation pose that question, along with some possible answers, among them government and capitalism. (Did you know light-colored paintings sell better than dark-colored ones?) In addition, this pugilistic piece of streaming provocation beseeches us to check out a new exhibit at Blend Studio, featuring works by Andee Rudloff, Lindsay Bailey and Allie Sultan, and vote for our choice during this months' Art Crawl. That would mean we control art, then? Go deeper this Saturday.

Friday, April 01, 2011

Floats Like a Butterfly Stings Like a Bee: Who Controls Art? in the Nashville Scene

Blend Studio co-founder Ben Vitualla has taken on more of his gallery's programming duties, and now he finds himself with a fight on his hands. This month's collaboration between local artists Andee Rudloff and Lindsey Bailey and filmmaker Allie Sultan is a return to form for Blend, and these ladies are ready to rumble. Composed of a number of multimedia pieces and a video installation, Floats Like a Butterfly Stings Like a Bee: Who controls Art? fits in nicely with Blend's community-conscious ethos, engaging viewers in a dialogue about creative control. Saturday's audience can purchase specially printed wooden nickels to cast their vote. The nickels can be kept as souvenirs or donated to a number of creative causes.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Lead artist on Panel Painting Workshop

Join us for a

For the Music City Center Construction Art Project

Wednesday, January 12th
5:00 - 7:00 PM | The Pinnacle at Symphony Place
Enjoy painting, food, beverages and fun with your business colleagues!

Co-Chairs: Deb Palmer George & Pam Thomas

The Music City Center has invited the Arts & Business Council to direct the "Community Leader" segment of the Center's new Construction Fence Art Project. Become a painter and a sponsor and join Mayor Karl Dean in bringing Nashville’s creativity together. Led by artist Andee Rudloff, it's easy, clean and fun!

Plus, for the next two years, the art will be displayed across 150 feet of the construction fence along 5th Avenue across from the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Creativity and the arts are a vital economic driver for Nashville – and what better way to express Nashville’s creative vitality than by bringing together the cultural innovation of the city around this dynamic project.

Companies are invited to join us for this exciting opportunity.

I will be a 2011 NAEA presenter in Seattle, WA!!

I just received this...

Thank you for responding to the 2011 NAEA National Convention Call for Presentations. It is my pleasure to inform you that your presentation, Innovative community mural project initiating creative space & dialogue, was accepted for inclusion in the program for the 2011 NAEA National Convention in Seattle, Washington, March 17-20. The specific time and date of your presentation will be sent to you following completion of our scheduling process.

This session is scheduled as a Performance, an opportunity to present arts-based performance to provoke thoughtful engagement, reflection, and dialogue related to a topic or issue; 25-, 50-, and 90-minute sessions. Regular theatre seating.

NAEA received a record number of presentations this year and, once again, relied upon a scoring rubric for the peer review and assessment process. The peer review process requires careful thought and consideration in terms of Content, Clarity of Purpose, Suitability/Relevance, Quality, and overall program balance. The overall caliber of this year’s presentations was excellent—making the acceptance of just over 900 sessions (approximately 62%) highly competitive. The average score for accepted presentations was (out of a possible 15).

In the coming months, a preliminary convention schedule will be available on NAEA’s website. Visit NAEA online at for convention updates, schedules, and additional registration information.

Hope to see you there!!!
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