Laura Sussman-Randall exhibits Dog Eat Dog Jeanne Rauch Gallery August 21-October 20 Reception September 28 5:30-7pm Gaston College 201 Highway 321 South Dallas NC 28034 (704)-922-6245 www.facebook.com/gastoncollegeartclub/
Pamela Flynn exhibits Out of Context at Eureka Gallery October 8 – November 4, 2017 reception Oct. 21 from 1- 4 ARTS CENTER EAST 709 Hartford Turnpike Vernon, CT 06066 (860) 871-8222 email@example.com
Tribeca Open Artist Studio Tour (T.O.A.S.T.) Scott Wixon Phoenix Gallery artist Scott Wixon will have an open studio tour May 19-21, 2017. Hours are Friday 6:00 - 8:00 PM; Saturday and Sunday 1:00 - 6:00 PM. 182 Duane Street 3rd Floor New York, NY 10013 917-675-2142
Pamela Flynn discusses her recent art exhibitions in New York City and upcoming events.
Pamela Flynn is a mixed media artist who is heavily inspired by social and cultural issues. Pamela holds an MFA and works as a Professor of Art and Fine Arts Coordinator at Holy Family University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Pamela frequently exhibits artwork at New York’s Phoenix Gallery and is also a member of the Philadelphia Chapter of The Women’s Caucus. Her art has been exhibited throughout America as well as in South Korea and she was awarded a 2006 Puffin Foundation Grant. Pamela recently discussed her artwork and her hopes for the future.
Sparkling sequins, beads, rhinestones, glass, paints, and various other objects are presented in shiny abstract forms in the brilliantly vibrant artwork of the late Park McGinty, a multimedia artist who favored the flamboyant. Park’s colorful creations have appeared at the Brooklyn Waterfront Arts Council, the Denise Bibro Gallery, the Dacia Gallery, the Phoenix Gallery and the famed ArtExpo exhibition via the Artvita Gallery.
Joseph O’Neill presents Urban Abstract, a new photography exhibition running from March 1 to March 25 at the Phoenix Gallery, 548 W. 28th St., 10001.
New York-based photographer Joseph O’Neill, whose work has appeared in U.S. Embassies In Muscat, Oman and Riga, Latvia, will present his work at a new show in the Phoenix Gallery on New York City’s West Side.
Inspired by Eugene Atget’s style of capturing the simplicities of everyday life, and Man Ray’s unique combination of photographic realism and artistic surrealism, O’Neill’s work captures elements of New York City that are urban and industrial in tone. Rather than trying to make things beautiful, he seeks the deeper truth beneath the first impression. “I simply don’t accept the limited view of the first look,” he says. “When I take a photograph, I never know what I will find. But if I’m quiet; if I’m patient; if I let the subject do the talking; I nearly always discover something—a story that wants to be told.”
Help Me Make A Difference by Pamela Flynn Posted on August 1, 2016
We all have a voice. My voice on Gun Violence is Considering Harm-a traveling art project. Please support this exhibit-come to the gallery, tweet the exhibit out, post of FB. Gun Violence in our communities is not THEIR issue – it is OUR issue!
ORANGE— An art movement aimed at fighting gun violence has come to New Jersey. After stops in NYC, Philadelphia, Frederick, Md., and Alexandria, Va., artist Pamela Flynn has partnered with HANDS and other community groups to bring "Considering Harm" to Orange, a city that has been grappling with a spike in gun violence this year.
"Legal Vows" Art Exhibit by Pamela Bennett Ader June 20, 2016, 7:00 pm OUT Hotel 510 West 42nd St., NYC
Pamela Flynn will have an exhibition "Considering Harm" at Kelli Copeland Creative Lofts located at 400 South Jefferson, Orange, NJ 07050. Opening Reception will be June 2, 6:00 - 8:00 pm.
Monochrome Photography Awards announces winners of Mono Awards 2015 Competition London, UK (30 January 2016) – Photographer Joseph O'Neill of United States was Awarded Honorable Mention in Abstract for the winning entry "Refraction 2" at prestigious Monochrome Awards 2015 Competition honouring Black & White Photography. The 2015 Monochrome Awards received 7212 submissions from 79 countries around the world. Winning images were selected by panel of international judges, including: Allison Barnes, Katarina Balgavy, Claire A. Warden, Anna Filipova, Rebecca Cairns, Ted Preuss, David Fokos, Roman Loranc, David Johndrow, Stefano Brunesci, Tomasz Lazar, Dominique Bollinger, Andre Brito, Giacomo Brunelli and Martin Stavars.