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  • Eyechart Exhibition at Writers and Books


    Sept 9-November 5, 2022
    Writers and Books
    Rochester,  New York
    www.wab.org

    Sept. 9: Opening event 5-7
    Oct.7: Conversation–Ellen Driscoll 6:30-7:15
    Nov. 4: Poetry Reading—Kathy Engel 6:30-7:15

    Press Release

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  • Shapeshift


    July 30-September 4
    Fridman Gallery
    Beacon, NY

    Press Release

     



  • Whether Weather


    August 13-September 25
    CREATE,
    Catskill NY



  • The Garden of Friends Exhibition at the Leiber Collection


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    Collaboration Ellen Driscoll and Kathy Engel
    May 28-December 31, 2022

    Press Release



  • Intersection Provincetown




  • Kentler International Drawing Space Benefit


    100 WORKS ON PAPER VIRTUAL BENEFIT
    October 16 & 17

    You can support our vital organization while growing your art collection or giving the gift of art to a loved one! Here’s how it works

    TICKETS tickets are limited!

    PREVIEW ARTWORKS: Benefit Artworks



  • Gowanus Open Studios


    Please join us 12-6 October 16  and 17

    232 Third Street for a curated exhibition as part of Gowanus Open Studios


  • VIVA launch: Virtual Visiting Artists


    This is an exciting new initiative that I am part of, with a dynamic group of artists.

    https://www.vivavirtualartists.org/



  • Wake


    Stiltsm

    Curated by Michele L’Heureux opens May 6 at Dorsky Gallery

    Wake examines the power of water to sustain life and to destroy it and also looks at what is left in its wake. The paintings, drawings, sculptures, and installations in this exhibition explore the sheer force of water in the form of waves, storms, and energy, as well as the aftermath of water once it retreats: parched earth, invasive plants, dwindling animal populations, human illness. The visual dialogue between these six artists invites reflection and discussion on the impact of global climate change

    Wake examines the power of water to sustain life and to destroy it and also looks at what is left in its wake. The paintings, drawings, sculptures, and installations in this exhibition explore the sheer force of water in the form of waves, storms, and energy, as well as the aftermath of water once it retreats: parched earth, invasive plants, dwindling animal populations, human illness. The visual dialogue between these six artists invites reflection and discussion on the impact of global climate change



  • Outstanding Educator Award, International Sculpture Center


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