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Daughters

Nature’s Daughters: Solo Art Exhibition and Networking,

Jessica Libor, Da Vinci Art Alliance

Nature's Daughters: Solo Art Exhibition and Networking, Jessica Libor, Da Vinci Art Alliance
Jessica Libor, Da Vinci Art Alliance

Enjoy original artwork and creative networking at this unique event.
See Jessica Libor’s new pieces in her solo exhibition “Nature’s Daughters,” on view for one night only at the Da Vinci Art Alliance on Wednesday, September 4th from 5-8pm. Celebrate women with Jessica’s art and also with networking expert Jennifer Lynn Robinson. Men are also welcome to attend!


“I want to show the glamour of nature. Whenever I am outdoors in the wild, I feel the most beautiful and free. I don’t think I am alone in this experience. What I wanted to do was show this feeling visually. I want people to be swept away in a gorgeous fantasy of the absolute magic that nature weaves sometimes. I painted women because it felt like a natural expression of nature—like the earth, the feminine can have many sides to it, can bring forth new life, and often express their beauty by decorating themselves…something I am interested in drawing a correlation with.”


Jessica Libor graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 2014 and has been painting, curating and writing since. Find out more at www.jessicalibor.com.


At 7 PM, Jessica will say a few words about the artwork, and Jennifer Lynn Robinson, Esquire of Purposeful Networking will provide her 5 best tips for women to network more strategically. You will also be able to ask Jennifer your networking questions one on one. Find out more at https://www.purposefulnetworking.com/.

There will be light bites and drinks provided. This event is free for all and open to the public! Registration is encouraged.

Wed, September 4, 2019, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDTA

Location: Da Vinci Art Alliance, 704 Catharine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147

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Then

Then and Here, Linda Dubin Garfield, Susan DiPronio, Da Vinci Art Alliance

Da Vinci Art Alliance, 704 Catharine Street in Philadelphia is pleased to announce Then and Here a two-person exhibition by Linda Dubin Garfield, printmaker/mixed media artist. and Susan DiPronio, photographer from May 1- 12, 2019. The opening reception is Wednesday, May 1, 6- 8 pm and a closing reception on May 12, 3- 5 pm.

Linda Dubin Garfield‘s works on paper and Susan DiPronio‘s photographs are inspired by memories and memoir. In conjunction with this exhibit Garfield has organized mixed media workshops for residents of Atria Senior Living Life Guidance Memory Care Unit. The work created by these residents will be included in the exhibit.

The opening is also a birthday party for Garfield and in lieu of gifts, she is requesting donations to the Dementia Society of America. A representative from the organization will be at the opening/birthday party with materials for distribution.

This exhibit is organized by smARTbusinessconsulting.org. A portion of sales will benefit the Dementia Society of America.
for more information, see:

Linda Dubin Garfield, Ed.D.
printmaker/mixed media artist/blogger
610.649.3174610.256.6037 cell
www.lindadubingarfield.comwww.artsisters.org– Founder
www.davinciartalliance.org – Board Member
www.smARTbusinessconsulting.org– Founder
blogs:
The ART of Travel – www.lindadubingarfield.blogspot.com
www.toooldtodieyoungblog.wordpress.com

Thank you to Linda Dubin Garfield for the content of this post.

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Reverberations

Artists’ Talk at Cerulean Arts Gallery

Andrea Krupp, Cerulean Arts Gallery

Saturday, March 16 at 1:00. Lisa Sylvester and Andrea Krupp will be chatting about the work on display in Reverberations. If you haven’t had a chance to stop by, a visit is recommended. There is a real feeling of reverberation between the works in the gallery. It’s a visually striking pairing, as many have commented, and I agree – Tina and Mike did an excellent job curating this exhibit. It closes on March 24. – Andrea Krupp

The quote above is from an essay Andrea Krupp wrote for Reverberations, a jumping off point for the Artists’ Talk on Saturday perhaps.

And a Bonus! Right next door, the Cerulean Arts Collective opens a new round of solo exhibitions on the same day, from 2:00 – 5:00pm.

Andrea Krupp’s artist’s book Transmission from Elsewhere (pictured below) was selected for the Wayne Art Center Regional Spring Open, juried this year by Stuart Shils. The opening is on Sunday, March 31, 3:00 – 5:00 pm and runs through May 4th.

Wayne Art Center, 413 Maplewood Ave., Wayne, PA 19087. 

Andrea Krupp, Wayne Art Center Regional Spring Open

Da Vinci Art Alliance, 704 Catharine Street, Philadelphia, 19147.
A Northland drawing by Andrea Krupp was selected for Works On Paper II at Da Vinci Art Alliance, juried by Rochelle Toner. The opening reception is Sunday, March 17th at 1pm, runs through April 7th.

Thank you to Andrea Krupp for the content of this post.

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To Print

Edna Santiago, DVAAAttitude, print, Edna Santiago

To Print or Not To Print, Solo Exhibition, Edna Santiago,

at Da Vinci Art Alliance

“We are entitled to be surrounded by art, since art is, in essence, the expression of mankind” – Edna Santiago

After the devastation affecting the island of Puerto Rico, Edna Santiago has returned to the Delaware Valley.

Edna Santiago is a member of Da Vinci Art Alliance, Main Line Art Center, Media Art Council and ARTsisters.org. Presenting her first solo gallery exhibition, in the Philadelphia Area, Da Vinci Art Alliance will open its doors 6:00 – 8:00pm this Wednesday, 5/18/18 for Edna Santiago and her colorful work in plastic arts, printmaking and fine craft gourd lampshades.

Da Vinci Art Alliance is located at 704 Catharine St., Philadelphia, PA. The closing reception is Sunday, 5/29/181-5pm. Please stop by and spend a few minutes with the artist while we talk of what art means today.

Edna Santiago, DVAA

Carved gourd lamp shapes

You are cordially invited,

Edna Santiago

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Bark!

Bark! Bark! Bark for My Park! Dr. Jessica Dimuzio

Jessica Dimuzio, award-winning children’s author, will read from her book

Bark! Bark! Bark for My Park! at DVAA

Jessica Dimuzio, VMD, conservation educator, author and veterinarian, will read from her book Bark! Bark! Bark for My Park! on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 10:30 AM at Da Vinci Art Alliance, 704 Catharine Street in Philadelphia. This program is presented in collaboration with the Bella Vista Neighbors Association. This reading is appropriate for children 4 and older, conservation educators, gardeners and animal lovers of all ages.

Dr. Jessica Dimuzio graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, specializing in wildlife preservation. She has conducted research on elephants, rhinos, and wild baboons and taught conservation programs in Africa, Asia, and North America. Dedicated to wildlife conservation, Dr. “D.” loves to get kids of all ages excited about wildlife and their natural habitats through her nonfiction writing, “too true” storytelling, classroom talks, and nature walks. She provides these programs through Nature Tales and Trails, LLC, the company she founded in 2011.

Dr. Dimuzio, a member of Patchwork: A Storytelling Guild uses humor and suspense to share her international experiences with audiences of any age.

Her international award-winning book Bark! Bark! Bark for My Park! recounts the real story of how her five-pound puppy, Johnny Angel, saved a 690-acre farm park from destruction and is one of the few children’s books written on saving open space. It received the Silver Medal from Mom’s Choice Awards in the Green Earth Category and a rare RECOMMENDED from the US Review of Books.

Bark! Bark! Bark for My Park! Dr. Jessica DimuzioDa Vinci Art Alliance (DVAA) provides artists with a community that fosters artistic expression and growth through our exhibitions and programs.

Da Vinci Art Alliance (DVAA) was founded in 1931 to serve the needs of local artists and artisans and to promote the edification and appreciation of the arts in the community. Our building in South Philadelphia was obtained in 1959 to provide community space and studio, and gallery spaces for our membership. DVAA members are a diverse group of creatives of all ages and backgrounds, including those with advanced degrees in their fields and those that are self-taught. Members include award-winning artists whose works are in museums and private collections across the country as well as emerging artists, showing work for their first time.

The Bella Vista Neighbors Association (BVNA) improves Bella Vista’s quality of life and strengthens community bonds. BVNA encourages civic involvement, provides a neutral and public discussion forum, preserves and augments our institutions and character, supports the delivery of government services, and promotes dialogue with elected officials.  They are an independent and nonprofit organization.

Thank you to Linda Dubin Garfield for the content of this post. For more information, contact Linda Dubin Garfield at linda@davinciartalliance.org

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