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Janet Rothholz Accepted to:
Art in Clay II: Figuratively Speaking
499 Van Brunt Street
Red Hook, Brooklyn 11231
(Red Hook Pier)
Office: (718) 596-2506
Gallery: (718) 596-2507
Opening Reception – Saturday, Sept. 27th, 2:00-6:00pm
Awards Ceremony – Saturday, Sept. 27th, 3:00pm
Special Clay Events Weekend -- Oct. 18th & 19th
Exhibition dates: Saturday, Sept. 27th -- Sunday, Oct. 26th (Weekends Only!)
Gallery Hours: 2:00-6:00pm
For complete details and travel information, please check the BWAC web site: www.bwac.org
Janet Rothholz accepted into the Art in Clay II: Figuratively Speaking juried exhibition
Janet Rothholz has a ceramic figure accepted into the Art in Clay II: Figuratively Speaking juried show. The show's juror is Lilly Wei, art critic, independent curator, and contributing editor at ARTnews. Art in Clay II: Figuratively Speaking opens Saturday, September 27th and runs through Sunday, October 26th. The Opening Reception is September 27th.
Janet Rothholz Accepted to the BWAC Wide Open 5 juried exhibition
Janet Rothholz has ceramic mask accepted into the BWAC 5th annual national juried show Wide Open 5. The show's juror is Paulina Pobocha, Assistant Curator of Painting and Sculpture at MOMA. Wide Open 5 opens Saturday, April 26th and runs through Sunday, June 1st. The Opening Reception is April 26th.
Five Artists Exhibit at Gallery 66 NY in March
Make the most of the best day of the week.
By Alison Rooney
"...When pulling together the multiple artists usually involved in the monthly shows at Gallery 66 NY, Gallery Director Barbara Galazzo seeks some kind of fusion, though the similarities between the works may be subtle. With the five artists showing in March, Rieko Fujinami, Bob and Karen Madden, Janet Rothholz and Maureen Winzig, the connective tissue is curves and marks. Both Fujinami and Rothholz evoke masks of a kind in their work, Rothholz literally, in her ceramic masks, and Fujinami, more obliquely, in the haunted portraits she creates by painting first on a film, which she then puts onto a mirror, painting that as well..."
Art Along the Hudson
"...Rothholz draws upon the art and craft of the people of Central and West Africa, as well as North and Central America, with an infusion of her own European heritage."