Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Press for Can Planes show...TV Mallorca interview

I was fortunate to be one of two women in the f.Art exhibit at Museu d'Art Contemporani exhibit to be interviewed for an evening cultural program called Itaka on the TV Mallorca channel.

The show will air Friday night, March 18, 2011 at 10:30 pm. A week later it will be available for viewing on line, I will post that link when it's up.

Also seen in this photo is artist Natasha Lébedeva. see her work here.
The paintings in the background are by Gabriela Segui.

Press for Can Planes show...Zona VIP

Here's a surprise addition from the weekly magazine insert, Brisas, of the Mallorquin newspaper Ultima Hora. The coverage is of my current show at Museu d'Art Contemporani Can Planes in Sa Pobla Mallorca.
Of personal interest, the press release includes:
To my right in the top picture is friend Alice Morse, also participating in the exhibit.
On the lower left in front of my body of work is Jorge Azri amongst others. Azri creates wonderful city and seascapes.
In the center, far right is photographer Maria Magdalena Alorda Fornes who just exhibited in my Puertas Abiertas in-home open studios event March 11 - 14 in Palma de Mallorca.

It's fun to get noticed.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Upcoming Exhibition at Sadhana Studio, Palma

It's an active month! Here is the announcement for the Open Studios event I am hosting in my central Palma de Mallorca apartment. I've gathered 5 artists to exhibit with me in this beautiful space. More information on the individual artists to come this week, stay in touch.

You can see the invitation details on my Facebook fanpage, Sadhana Studios.

Current Exhibition At Can Planes in Sa Pobla Mallorca

Poster for Women's Art Day group exhibit.   
I'm happy to announce my participation in the first of two group exhibits this month. Currently showing at Can Planes Museum of Contemporary Art in Sa Pobla, Mallorca Spain. The show will be up until April 10, 2011. Below are some views of our inauguration, last Friday March 4, 2011.

Ascension Revisited

This is what happens when a commissioned piece is not delivered for a *few* months...after many haunting side-glances, I dove back into this painting. Here is what it looked like several months ago, when I first declared it complete.

 detail 1
detail 2

It's finally been delivered to its new home. Thanks Joan and Miquel.