Tag Archives: Art Exhibition

Exhibition “MADE IN AMERICA,” Quilts by Diane Rode Schneck at the Hebrew Tabernacle Gold Wing Art Gallery

Our local artist Diane Rode Schneck has been sewing since her grandmother taught her to embroider at age six.  Her mother taught her to love handwork and crafts.  Her father, a noted Cleveland architect, taught her to love color, line and pattern. Quilting is her way of combining her heritage, her interests, and her reaction to the world. This two month exhibit is in partnership with the 5th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration.

Block Painting Workshop at Morris Jumel Mansion

Closing out our hosting of the exhibition, Shattered Dreams and Intimate Treasures: The Work of Cara Lynch, MJM invites you to partake in a printmaking workshop led by the artist herself. Guests will have the opportunity to design their own block pattern to be applied on a useful tote bag that they get to keep! $20, $15 Members/Students (tote bag included with ticket price).

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Takashi Harada, ‘Elements of Nature/ Elementos de la naturale,’ Exhibition at Dyckman Farmhouse

Hours:
Thursday – Saturday
11am-4pm

Through December 15, 2018

Inwood local Japanese Painting Artist Takashi Harada showcases his NIHONGA artworks. He uses “NIHONGA” Japanese traditional painting technique to express atmospheric images from a natural habitat. Mid and small size artworks will be shown.

Takashi Harada, un artista de pintura local y japonés de Inwood, exhibe sus obras de arte de NIHONGA. Utiliza la técnica de pintura tradicional japonesa “NIHONGA” para expresar imágenes del hábitat natural. Se mostrarán obras de arte de tamaño mediano y pequeño.

Exhibition “MADE IN AMERICA,” Quilts by Diane Rode Schneck at the Hebrew Tabernacle Gold Wing Art Gallery

Our local artist Diane Rode Schneck has been sewing since her grandmother taught her to embroider at age six.  Her mother taught her to love handwork and crafts.  Her father, a noted Cleveland architect, taught her to love color, line and pattern. Quilting is her way of combining her heritage, her interests, and her reaction to the world. This two month exhibit is in partnership with the 5th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration.

WONDERS OF OUR UNIVERSE, An Environmental Exhibition at Viviana Puello Gallery

Featuring a visual arts exhibition, digital installations, and the screening of the film “Kintsugi–The Line Of Destiny,” this multi-media project shares the works of creative minds who take their love of our planet a step further, producing art to make a difference in the world. We protect the earth by raising awareness through the arts. The exploitation of natural resources for economic growth has resulted in environmental degradation.   Oil and gas exploration, road constructions and mining hinder many aspects of the natural environment, like the degradation of forests and water pollution. As the world population keeps rising and economic growth takes center stage, the depletion of natural resources affected by the unsustainable extraction of raw materials becomes an increasing concern. Our goal is to protect our environment from inappropriate development by utilizing art as a vehicle to bring social awareness and personal responsibility.  Find out how you can help.–

Viviana Puello – Founder

“Artists For A Green Planet,” takes a stand and join the green cultural revolution that is transforming lives worldwide. Our mission is to inspire you to choose an eco-friendly lifestyle with a high degree of ecological integrity.

Standing at the center of the green innovations are the spirited individuals who are speaking up and building global consciousness. These visionaries are the pillars of sustainable development.

Join us today in our work for an environmentally, economically, and culturally restored planet.