Philadelphia, PA – The Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA), Philadelphia Chapter, presents Art in the Age of Injustice, a group exhibition by accomplished women artists at the Da Vinci Art Alliance, **April 5 through April 26, 2017** with an opening reception Wednesday April 5th, 6-8pm
Explorations in Geometry, an exhibition of prints by Bill Brookover, will be on view in the Community Gallery at Artworks Trenton from February 28 through March 25, 2017. Brookover’s work explores geometric patterns and structures, building on his training in design and architecture.
In the new all-media show at Target Gallery, the contemporary exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center, 17 artists explore their personal selfhood. Ipseity, defined as individual identity, features artwork that touches on themes of gender, religion, ethnicity, sexuality and other labels people use to identify themselves. Jessica Kallista, founder of Olly Olly alternative art space in Fairfax, Virginia, juried the exhibition.
A More Perfect Union? Power, Sex and Race in the Representation of Couples illuminates ways in which artists of different generations have explored the meaning of marriage, the nature of human relationships, sexuality, and public versus private expressions of love. Issues raised by the exhibition include the representation of the roles of women and men, social class, race, and same-sex marriage.
Artists showing in the exhibitions:
Damini Celebre recently exhibited a drawing Star Dance at the Philadelphia Sketch Club Works on Paper show. This drawing was made while at Ghost Ranch New Mexico. The drawing was sold at the show.
For the month of February, Damini Celebre, is part of an Artist in Residence community at Elephant Butte Lake, New Mexico. She will be part of a group exhibition at Rio Bravo Fine Art Gallery, in Truth or Consequences exhibiting some new work called Land Drawings.
Elephant Butte Lake Artist Retreat) has been designed to allow participants to share a common experience with a small group of fellow artists, that encourages the exchange of ideas, while allowing the major focus to be private time for individual work and introspection.
Artist and Fleisher faculty member Bill Brookover will lead an engaging conversation about his journey from West Texas to Philadelphia and from architecture to printmaking. Fleisher played a key role in Bill finding his calling as a printmaker, his third career. He’ll describe how preparation, decisive choices, and serendipity guided his transition.
Beginning in early 2017, TJ Walsh will be starting a therapy group specifically for artists and creative people. His goal is to rekindle creative minds and help members of the group to communicate better by communicating with one another. Above all his goal is for members to gain a sense of relatability with one another and find relevance as they move forward.
19TH ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE & HOLIDAY SALE
Join us in celebrating 19 years of creativity!
FRI, 11/11/2016: 6 to 9 pm (Opening Party)
SAT, 11/12/2016: 11 am to 5 pm
SUN, 11/13/2016: 11 am to 5 pm
SAT, 11/19/2016: 11 am to 5 pm
SUN, 11/20/2016: 11 am to 5 pm