Opens in November 2012 through May 2013, featuring the works of Frederique
Lavergne, Mary Bridgman, Ron Lesser, Rick Seguso, Mark Robinson, Michael
Antonio Ponce, Anne Bradford, Lizzie Hamey, The Alexander Needlepoint
Collection, Sculptures by Tammy Bality , Liza Todd-Tivey, Celou Bonnet,
Marcela Ganly, Gill Parker, Juliet Cursham, Peggy Kauffman, Marie Ackers,
Charles Cary Rumsey as well as the uber fabulous Chisholm Gallery Trunk
Featuring the works of Louise Mellon, Paul Desmond Brown, Beverly Zimmer, Catherine Ingleby , Michael Antonio Ponce, Kathleen Ryan & Rollin McGrail.
Chisholm Gallery Exhibition at Equine Divine. April 2011 through June 2012, featuring the work of Frederique Lavergne, Mary Bridgman, Charles Matheson, Michael Antonio Ponce, The Alexander Needlepoint Collection, Sculptures by Tammy Bality , Liza Todd-Tivey, Celou Bonnet, Patsy Davis & Charles Cary Rumsey as well as The Chisholm Gallery Trunk Show Collection.
Vanessa Somers Vreeland speaks with Mosaic of Art host, George Fishman
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A conversation about bridging the ancient and contemporary worlds of mosaic art. Vanessa presents her Asaroton (Unswept Floor) in The Rodin Gallery and a working demonstration Sunday, May 22, 2011 at the Legion of Honor Museum.
Vanessa Somers will present an illustrated talk on the art of mosaic making.
Mosaic artist Vanessa Somers will be at the Legion of Honor on May 22 to lecture and demonstrate her craft. Somers follows her lecture at 2:30 pm with a demonstration focusing on cutting tesserae from marble with traditional tools and assembling them into a picture.
Friday, September 3rd 2010 through April, 6th 2011
ALEXANDRA ELDRIDGE, Beyond the Corners of the Known World
SHEILA ISHAM, Cosmic Earth Oasis Series
Canyon Ranch Resort & Spa
165 Kemble St,
Lenox, MA 01240
Father & Son Collections: Past & Present: Paintings + Prints + Drawings + Photography
October 2-3, 2010
1221 Chestnut Ridge Road
Millbrook, NY 12545
(90 miles north of NYC)
John Hersey, Selected Works,
Cannon Hersey, The Silk Route Series
Samson Mnisi & Cannon Hersey, Selected Works on Paper
A two-person exhibition of works on paper by South African artist, Samson Mnisi and American artist, Cannon Hersey. Working in concert, they have brought their art across South Africa and the USA, to the UK, France, Brazil, Austria, and the Netherlands
SAMSON MNISI work reflects his life as a youth, emerging as a man in a post apartheid South Africa. Infused with a tradition of ritual and tribal marking, his work captures the artistry derived from an ancient tradition of Sangoma empowerment symbols. It is these marks on paper, these scribe-like movements, which are now the remnant visuals of a post-colonial existence in his homeland.
CANNON HERSEY finds his work in art making through writing and photography and printmaking. As an artist recording, collaboration becomes the medium he uses to speak to issues of culture, image and idea. Through his work he creates an objective, that gives rise to a unified idea based in co-dependency. Together Mnisi and Hersey have organized large scale exhibitions, chaired discussions and panels on art, and community. They have forged a union founded in the art they make and a need to express a realization of the spaces they individually occupy. Their art and cultural creation challenges the audience to appreciate more, our co-dependency and the differences that make up who we are and where we are from.
Koehler, whose work gives the casual viewer a behind the scenes glimpse into the world of riding and provides moments of nostalgia to those familiar to the sport, also created the Hampton Classic poster in 1979, 1985, and 1993.
Far away from the glitz, glamour and action of the Grand Prix ring, Koehler’s portrait for this year’s horse show offers a voyeuristic insight into a private moment between a young rider and her horse. This truly captures the finest side of the equestrian world, the intimate relationship that exists between horse and rider.