But, we are open Saturday, May 23. And we reopen on Tuesday, May 26. See you soon.
For the last several years, Julio Del Rio has been creating some quite amazing beings in clay; one might even call them “beautiful creatures.” Del Rio explores not just the human form, he also build objects based on the animal kingdom.
This week’s guest organizer in our Affordable Art Online Exhibition (AAOE) series is Elie-Anne Chevrier. Elie-Anne has the most amazing eye of anyone I’ve met. You can see it in her shop in Philadelphia’s Germantown neighborhood and you can see it in this exhibition. You should check out her show!
Spring is upon us, and the galleries are busting with color and free books with “Action-Packed: The Works of Peter Harris,” “Painted Ladies: Drawings of Oakland’s Victorians By Dawline-Jane Oni-Eseleh,” “The Maurice Stradford Bookstore #3,” and Sunshower: The Recent Work Of Kathleen Flannigan.”
Sculptor Jeremy Burleson’s rolled-paper lantern installation is in a new exhibition, Art of the Lived Experiment, at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Art of the Lived Experiment, premiered in Liverpool at DaDaFest International 2014, and recently made its inaugural and only U.S. appearance in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
NIAD’s visual art program promotes meaningful independent living by artists with disabilities—while its artists create remarkable contemporary art. In a unique open studio environment, and with the guidance of qualified staff, NIAD artists acquire new skills in artistic practice and in independent living.
While not all of NIAD’s artists receive wide-spread recognition for their art, all gain a sense of pride from learning a craft and profession of their own. Artists at NIAD earn 50% commission from the sale of their work and a nearly all have sold at least one piece of art by participating in the program. […]
NIAD Art Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and is supported in part by local and national foundations, businesses and individual donors (like you.) We could use your support in whatever way you can afford. NIAD’s art program promotes extraordinary art and meaningful living by artists with disabilities.