Jane James, Artist Talk at Golden Artist Colors

Please join us for a presentation by Golden Foundation  Artist in Residence, Jane James. The evening promises to be entertaining, informative, and full of marine anecdotes.

When:   Tuesday, May 10:  6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Where:  Golden Artist Colors, 188 Bell Road, New Berlin, NY

What:    Jane will talk about the influences of water on her work  and her research into “marine debris” which forms the subject of her   upcoming artwork.

jane.james.Lastrolabe-250_04Who:    Jane James is currently living and working in Australia, and received her degree in Fine Art from the University of Tasmania.  She has had a lifelong involvement with the sea and marine conservation. Years both in and under the sea have led to her fascination with water in all its aspects.  Jane will share her work via a power point presentation using images she has taken over the years, as well as her research into marine flotsam and jetsam, especially ropes and plastics, that travel to the shores of Australia from all over the world.



Erin Treacy, Flux Art Fair

Flux Art Fair
Harlem, NYC
May 3 – 31st, 2016
Various parks throughout Harlem

Meet at the park for the Opening Reception
Tuesday, May 3 from 6-8pm
Harlem Art Park: 120th between 3rd ave and Lexington

Erin Treacy installation 2016

Followed by  FLUX Opening Night Celebration Stroll – A stroll along Malcolm X Blvd (Lenox Ave) with live music at participating venues and complimentary beverages with your wristband ($25).

Harlem Art Park: 120th between 3rd ave and Lexington

Installation by Kara Schmidt and Erin Treacy,
curated by Audra Lambert (Antecedent Projects)
Lines of Site is a site-responsive art installation mirroring the sight lines of neighborhood residents, schoolchildren and working professionals who observe the park from nearby windows. The trajectory of these specific viewpoints are reflected in playful geometric patterns and biomorphic images woven into the trellis fence of Harlem Art Park. Evincing themes as diverse as critic John Berger’s Ways of Seeing and Hitchcock’s Rear Window,Lines of Site reveals the act of looking as a conscious act requiring both the observer and observed and is an engaging reminder of Harlem Art Park’s role as a site for contemplation and a place to see and be seen. –  Audra Lambert (Antecedent Projects)

Pat Lasch at CONTEXT New York art fair

CONTEXT New York art fair

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Nancy Cohen, Mary Beth Edelson, Mary Grigoriadis, Pat Lasch & Judy Pfaff

May 3-8, 2016

VIP Preview: May 3 from 2-5pm

CONTEXT Art New York
Pier 94  |  55th Street and Westside HighwayPier 94 I  55th St and the Westside Highway

Debra Ramsay, show opening May 6th

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May 6 – June 9, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 5, 6-9pm
57 W57TH STREET, SUITE 1206, NEW YORK, NY 10019 212-644-8337 57W57arts.com


Debra Ramsay – Landscape As Time
(On view: May 6 – June 9, 2016)

 In the gallery’s Project Space, visual artist Debra Ramsay will present a selection of vibrant, abstract paintings from her ongoing project, Landscape As Time. Merging digital technology with self-determined systems of production, Ramsay utilizes color collected from the natural environment to create salient visual recordings of time’s seasonal passage. Ramsay has been included in group shows at Schema Projects, Key Projects Art Space, Tiger Strikes Asteroid (Brooklyn, NY), Pentimenti Gallery and the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. She has completed residencies at the BAU Institute, the Golden Foundation and most recently at the Albers Foundation in Bethany, CT. Her work is included in the permanent collections of the 9/11 Memorial Museum and the Ritz-Carlton, Dubai, among others. Ramsay lives and works in New York City. debraramsay.com