Legacy of Leonardo @ Da Vinci Art Alliance

Legacy of Leonardo

Dexiang Qian, Gold Medal award winner.

The Legacy of Leonardo

Da Vinci Art Alliance’s Annual Members Exhibition 2009 is a multi-media exhibition open to all current Da Vinci members, featuring works inspired by the life, art, and science of Leonardo da Vinci.

July 8-29, 2009
Gallery Hours:  Wed 6-8 pm, Sat-Sun noon-5 pm
The awards for the Legacy of Leonardo were as follows:

Da Vinci Gold Medal for Best in Show:  Dexiang Qian, Dinner, Bread, and Tea

Silver Medal, 2nd Prize:  Gerard di Falco, Camera Non-Obscura:  Clarity

Copper Medal, 3rd Prize:  Burnell Yow!, Mona Squared

Honorable Mention:  DoN Brewer, Self-Portrait

Honorable Mention:  Carol Wisker, Urban Machine I

Legacy of Leonardo

Mina Smith-Segal with her watercolor painting, In Gratitude to Leonardo Da Vinci @ The Da Vinci Art Alliance.

Legacy of Leonardo

Rachel Citrino‘s digital prints, Vanishing Point, for The Legacy of Leonardo exhibit.

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DoN Brewer with his Self Portrait in charcoal and chalk on paper.  Photo by Morris Klein.

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Michael DiPrinzio, Untitled, mixed media.

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David Foss, Model for Flight, mixed media and wax and Mickie Rosen, Seeds of Flight, photage.

Legacy of Leonardo

Mona, Mona, Mona – clockwise, Mickie Rosen, My Mona Lisa, photage, Karen McDonnell & Tony Cortosi stencil & spray paint, Ona Kalstein, Mona by Ona, ink, pencil on vellum, Jed Williams, L.D.V. by J.W., acrylic & collage on paper.

The board of directors of the Da Vinci Art Alliance continues to promote exciting opportunities for alliance artists to create original works based on a theme such as Envisioning Othello, Envisioning Romeo and Juliet, Art in Bartram’s Garden, Photo Synthesis and more – upcoming programs include Heroines and Harlots: Women in History, an open juried awards exhibition at Da Vinci Art Alliance of art depicting the female personage in history, literature, and religion 9-27 September 2009, Opening Awards Reception: Saturday, September 12, 6-9 pm and “Little Show of Horrors: Carnivorous Plants and the Inspiration of Darwin” a multi-media exhibition open to all current Da Vinci members featuring artworks inspired by carnivorous plants and their explication by Charles Darwin, 14-23 August 2009.

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