News from Tamar Hirschel

Tamar will have work in two group shows in September. On the Consequences of Hate Speech III, is an exhibition organized by Vector Artists Initiative, and will open September 11th on the west coast. In New York City, Relative Relations will open at the Dr. Bernard Heller Museum on September 12th.

From Ann Patricia Meredith

Ann will soon be presenting her newest creation, an immersive interactive multi-platform Theatrical Stage Performance. Details below:

World Premiere of THE FORGOTTEN

Wednesday September 11th 2019 700-900pm

The TankNYC 312 36th Street @ 8th Avenue, 2nd Floor

Tank Website: https://www.thetanknyc.org/calendar/the-forgotten

Tamar Hirschl has news to share ...

Tamar will be exhibiting paintings in a group show, Between the Lines, at the Blue Mountain Gallery in Chelsea (NYC)

July 9-27, 2019
530 West 25th St, #403
New York, NY

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm

Grasping, 24 x 20 inches. acrylic on canvas,2018.jpg

Grasping by artist Tamar Hirschl

24 x 20 inches - acrylic on canvas

2018


Helaine Soller

Helaine Soller was Artist-in Residence at Weir Farm National Historic Site, an affiliate of the National Park AIR Program. She also received a Painting-Honorable Mention award at the Bayside Historical Society 18th Annual Art Show for her painting “In Afternoon Light” juried by Neill Slaughter and Dan Christoffel artists both teaching at Long Island University.

Ann Patricia Meredith, in a current exhibition

Art After Stonewall
Grey Art Gallery
100 Washington Square East,

Manhattan 


Curated by Jonathan Weinberg, Tyler Cann, and Drew Sawyer and organized by the Columbus Museum of Art

Exhibition dates:

April 24 - July 20 2019

Ann has pieces in the exhibition, and writes:

I would Love to Have You Come and see my work 

UNTIL THAT LAST BREATH! 

The Global Face of women with HIV/AIDS”

From Patti Jordan

“I've written a review for ARTE FUSE on Bobbie Oliver’s recent exhibition, Residuals at High Noon Gallery. Having attended Bobbie's artist talk, I was struck by her work and her descriptions of her painting process.”

Click below to find a link to the article, which includes photographs