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Please join me for this exhibit featuring paintings and sculptures from the following twenty women:
Lea Colie Wight
Saskia Ozols Eubanks
Nancy Bea Miller
Check out the December issue of American Art Collector, my painting “Baptism” is included along with other fantastic figurative work
I am honored to announce my inclusion in the fall edition of the prestigious American Painting Video Magazine. This addition also contains interviews and demonstrations by John deMartin, Julio Reyes, John Morra and others.
APVM is the creation of artist Michael Klein, who curates the work of contemporary realist artists in video format. Past issues have included artists such has Jacob Collins, Antonio Lopez Garcia and Daniel Sprick.
APVM has quickly become one of my favorite resources for learning about and viewing the work of contemporary masters. Enjoy!
Here is a review of the issue on Mathew Innis blog Underpaintings
April 2012 is the opening of my exhibition of newest paintings at Artists’ House Gallery.
Here is a write up from the gallery regarding the exhibition:
APRIL EXHIBIT SCHEDULE:
April 4 to 29, 2012
First Friday: April 6, 5 to 8:30 PM
Sunday Reception: April 15, 1 to 4 PM
The gallery will be closed on
Easter Sunday, April 8
We are delighted to welcome back Lauren Tilden whose newest body of work will be on exhibit at Artists’ House Gallery from April 4 to April 29.
Please join us on First Friday, April 6, and again for our Sunday reception on April 15.
LAUREN TILDEN’s Wyeth-esque palette is most effective in her exploration of the tension between the corporeal and the spiritual, and allows for her continuing appraisal of the narratives surrounding man’s relationship to God.
Lauren’s emphasis on the depiction of light creates an illusion of three-dimensional form, and illustrates the ongoing dynamic between devastation and the possibility of renewal.
Please join us for Lauren’s 2012 exhibit
“Art Journey America: Landscapes, 89 Painters’ Perspectives.” Edited by Kathryn Kipp contains a lovely reproduction and description on my painting “Dusk at Lightening Bluffs,” collection of MJ Settelen Construction. This beautifully printed volume contains 89 images of landscapes by prominent artists across the United States of America.
I am honored to be a second time recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant, which has been supporting artists working in the representational tradition.
March 2011 is an exciting time to open my exhibition at Artists’ House Gallery. The exhibition consists of figure and landscape paintings selected from my most recent body of work. These figurative pieces were inspired in part by my observation of the deep spiritual and emotional significance underpinning our basic human relationships.
I am pleased that my work was featured in the March 2011 edition of The Artist’s Magazine. The eight page article included reproductions selected from my work as well as a step-by-step demonstration of a painting in progress.
I am honored to have my painting, Vanitas, included in the recently published book “Mutters.” The book features historic and contemporary paintings of artists’ mothers.
I am always happy to have the opportunity to see my paintings in their final homes. Below is a picture of a commissioned painting, Dusk at Lightning Bluffs, for the MJ Settelen Construction, LLC collection which is now hanging in their beautiful new office space.
Currently my paining Mother and Child is on a three year tour with the organization CIVA for the exhibition “Work: Curse or Calling?”
Vanitas was selected for the Butler Institute of American Art’s September, 2010 exhibition Inspiring Figures: American Women & Figurative Art.
September 12, 2010 Through Oct 31, 2010
Inspiring Figures: American Women & Figurative Art
Work by American female artists past and present will be exhibited together in a celebration of American women portraying the human figure. Organized by the Portrait Society of America, the exhibit features Butler historic works as well as works by acclaimed contemporary artists in combination with artwork selected from a juried competition. Inspiring Figures is an educational exhibit with programs including podcasts, films, workshops, lectures, demonstrations, and family programming.
Location: The Butler Institute of American Art
524 Wick Avenue
Youngstown, OH 44502-1213
Opening: September 12, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The fourth biennial Dear Fleisher, 4 x 6 Inches of Art exhibit and sale is scheduled for the weekend of September 24th through– 26th. Exhibit and sale on Sunday from 1:00 to 5:00 PM.
Hundreds of pieces of postcard-sized artworks will be displayed anonymously and available for $50 each, making it a great opportunity to expand your art collection. See if you can pick my painting out.
Location: 719 Catharine Street, Philadelphia, PA