HAPPY NEW YEAR, Time to get back to work!

Inside-Outside Exhibit opens at Ceres Gallery, NYC tomorrow. Reception to meet the exhibiting artists, including me, on Thursday evening, 6-8pm.

On January 17th ART CONNECTIONS 8 opens at the  GEORGE SEGAL GALLERY, Montclair State University, 1 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07043, and closes on February 18th.  RECEPTION  on Sunday, JANUARY 22, 2-5P.M. THE LONG ENCOUNTER will be offered for sale at this exhibition which supports funding the gallery. 

I am writing the Press Release about the great news hob’art cooperative gallery is ready to publish. WE HAVE A GALLERY SPACE. Watch this space for the full announcement.

What happened to Summer and Fall?

I cannot believe that the past three months have gone by without one moment to post on my blog. I do have many reasons though.

August was devoted to serious creativity and I do have a half dozen new prints to show for the time. There was time out to travel to Rochester, NY for my niece Shannon’s wedding, barely avoiding Hurricane Irene in New Jersey.

September was the beginning of ‘showtime!’ First up was the “Gimme Shelter” exhibition at the Art Gallery located in Rahway’s old library building. I hadn’t been in town since my sister moved away from that town over 35 years ago. Next was installation time and receptions for shows during the Jersey City’s annual October Art Tour weekend, including the “ProArts Members Exhibit” and “Exquisite Corpse Show.” The second weekend of October was devoted to the “Digable Fair” at Hoboken’s Monroe Center.  http://www.nj.com/hobokennow/index.ssf/2010/03/digable_art_festival_opening_i.html

The Right Angle Shop on WashingtonStreet in Hoboken hosted two hob’art cooperative gallery art shows, “Eye of the Beholder” and “Demons and Angles” during October and November. The Jersey Journal reviews: http://www.nj.com/hobokennow/index.ssf/2011/08/photos_eye_of_the_beholder_exh.html and http://www.nj.com/hobokennow/index.ssf/2011/10/angles_and_demons_exhibit_at_r.html

The annual Hoboken Art Tour was held during the first weekend in November. The Hoboken Business Center donated an office suite for the “Open Ended” exhibit by hob’art members which was received by the local community as one of our best to date.

Announcing new season activities

The summer is half over and August starts the new season of art activities. My favorite art group has a new website created by member Louise Gale:  http:www.hob-art.org. Some of my newest art work, including “Ganymede” is listed on my page: http://hob-art.org/artists/roslyn-rose/

The next meeting of hob’art cooperative gallery will be Tuesday, August 23rd. Visiting Artists are welcome. The schedule will be as follows:  Roslyn Rose tutorial on sizing digital images for show applications and refreshments from 7:00-7:30 p.m. The general meeting will follow at 7:30. The meeting will take place in the Hoboken Business Center, 54 Harrison Street, Hoboken, NJ. We will be in the seminar room on the second floor.


The first exhibit curated by hob’art member, Erik Attia, is “Eye of the Beholder.” It will be at a new venue for us: Right Angle Frame Shop & Gallery, 320 Washington Street, Hoboken, August 20th ~ September 30th, 2011, Artists Reception: Saturday evening, August 26th, 6 – 8pm. Please come! 

Visit Roslyn Rose’s website at www.RoslynRose.com


June, a month of Art Exhibits

The first exhibit of the month was the Reunion exhibit at the Frances Young Tang Museum in Skidmore College. My Apartment to Let and Chance Meeting were included in this exhibition.
My Photographic Montage, In Search of Lost Time, is still on display at the Goggle Works Center for the Arts in Reading, PA, until the 19th.
From June 1st, and continuing until the 30th, Into the Forest, is part of the International Society of Experimental Artists show at the GDP Studios, 68 SE Lynch Road, Shelton, WA.
But Saturday, June 11th, was a success story for all the members of New Jersey’s hob’art cooperative galley. Our exhibition at the Fabricolor Building in Paterson was a highlight of the 3rd Annual Art Walk. The space is awesome and the response from visitors was wonderful. We look forward to the 4th Annual Art Walk!

I had three new art works in the show including The Alchemists, The Legend of the Unicorn, and Melange.

National Assoc. of Women Artists 2011 Annual

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN ARTISTS, INC. ANNUAL EXHIBITION
SYLVIA WALD AND PO KIM GALLERY 
417 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003

May 3rd to May 31st, 2011 

Reception: Thursday, May 19, 6-9 pm
I will be hosting at the exhibition on Wednesday May 25th from 3-6 pm. Hope to see you there.
My new Digital collage, THAUMATURGY, will be on display. 

Goggle Works Inside Outside exhibition

The Inside Outside exhibition at the goggle Works is a broad interpretation of space and place on the edge and in between. It is an eclectic mix of works by 100 artists from the 48 states. My Photographic Montage, In Search of Lost Time, is part of this show.
goggle Works Center for the Arts is located at 201 Washington Street, Reading, PA. 19601
the exhibit opened on May 13 and closes on June 19. A Reception will be held on June 3rd, 5:30 to 7:30.

Affordable Art Fair – New York City

This week the Spring 2011 Affordable Art Fair opens in New York City. As they are featuring the art of women this time, I will be represented at Ceres Gallery, Booth A7. Do check out my page on the Fair’s website:
http://www.aafnyc.com/exhibitors.php?fair=20111&exhibit=350&artist=2866


Contact me to obtain free tickets.


VISITING AAF-NYC:
 7 West 34th Street New York, NY 10001
FAIR HOURS:

Wednesday May 4   6PM – 9PM PRIVATE PREVIEW
Thursday May 5 11AM – 8PM
  6PM – 8PM FREE ADMISSION
Friday May 6 11AM – 8PM
Saturday May 7 11AM – 8PM
Sunday        May 8  til 5pm

MOTHER’S DAY
SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011
Mothers with accompanying child receive free admission



Newest Artwork in NAWA Annual Exhibit

“Thaumaturgy” by Roslyn Rose @2011 is a homage to the ability to create miracles, such as the wonderworking by an Alchemist. It is a montage of my photographs and found images.

The National Association of Women Artists, Inc. was founded 122 years ago by a small group of women artists who realized that art by women would not be seen unless they arranged their own exhibitions. Today 800 members exhibit their work throughout the nation under the NAWA umbrella.

This year’s annual show is hosted by the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Gallery, 217 Lafayette Street, New York City from May 3rd to May 31st. A reception to meet the artists will be held on Thursday, May 19th, 6-8 pm.