What a party! The food, the fun, the friends the fashion the frolicking the theme (falling down the rabbit hole into a world of wonder) and yes, booze, but at its core, Anne and Mark’s Art Party is all about the art – visual, musical, spoken and dance, SO many artist and SUCH great work! Artists emerging and established, local and international, street meets museum! As an exhibiting artist this year I am so grateful to Anne Sconberg and Mark Henderson and Georgie Huff and to the vast army of volunteers and contributors who made this all possible…and it’s not over yet!
The gallery is open this week, Friday and Saturday from 11am-5pm ($10 admission) and a Closing Bash ($29 admission) Saturday night, October I, complete with a Pivot to Fashion Show that is not to be missed! It’s a good thing because you can’t see everything in one visit! Check out https://artpartysj.com/ for more information! FYI This post is link rich – click on the artist’s names for websites where available!
Bill Gould‘s installation over the gateway to Anne & Mark’s Art Party clattering in the breeze like a river rucking over stones.
So delighted to have six of my Florilegia – illuminated mixed media assemblage paintings on exhibit in my own little “gallery” in the south-west corner of the Main Gallery. Here I am with Purity and Oblivion.
Pano of my “gallery” Secret Lover, Mature Elegance, Happy Marriage, Purity and Oblivion.
With Bryan Callanta – the man who knows galleries and shirts and also the man I have to thank for my great little gallery!
With artist W.M. Vinci – the Mad Hatter with the sublime taste and the fab footwear!
Goldfish heels! Swoon!
Fabulous Steam Punk art lovers.
Susan Kraft and her encaustic paintings.
NUMU curator, Marianne McGrath.
Sieglinde Van Damme and her digital prints from scanned Chemograms with gallerist Jack Fisher.
Jay Ruland‘s gorgeous dying rose scanned prints.
Lovely White Rabbit & Mad Hatter!
Christopher Elliman‘s mixed media Systematic Deconstruction.
Tessie Barerra-Sharaga‘s mixed media installation.
Exhibiting artist Holly Van Hart with her abstract landscape oil paintings on canvas.
Samuel Price‘s mixed media collage.
Will Marino‘s wound and folded paper, Shadow (Fig Tree)
Jody Alexander and her Keep installation of discarded library books, and vintage linen and book skins, boro technique worked textiles.
Lisa Wangness‘s mixed media collage Sin / Without.
Dotti Cichon‘s digital photography printed on silk.
Exhibting artist Sara Friedlander and her American Women: Birds of Im/Migration
Mixed media digital collage and paint on wooden panel
Sara Friedlander‘s American Women: Birds of Im/Migration: Ethel on Her Way Home From School - Mixed media digital collage and paint on wooden panel.
George Rivera‘s dramatic oil on canvas figurative work.
Karen Gutfreund‘s bold text pieces.
Exhibiting artist Laura Jacobson with her prints and ceramics.
Rose Sellery – Baby Shoes!
Rose Selery‘s Pins and Needles dress (detail).
Exhibting artist Rose Sellery and her Rags to Riches sculpture with JR
Rose Sellery‘s Rags to Riches
Laura Scandrett‘s Untitled - Photochemicals on Photo Paper.
Cristina Velázquez‘s installation.
Marc D’Estout – Pinhead
Exhibiitng artist – Guru and Angel – Mark Henderson.
Robert Larson‘s mixed media paintings – I love the one with the cigarette packaging!
Margaret Niven‘s mixed media trees flanking Stan Welsh and Margitta Dietrick Welsh’s mixed media, sculpture, photograph with drawing on far wall
Della Calfee‘s photograph On the Inside.
Robert Ortbal‘s A to Z sculpture.
Robin Lasser‘s photograph & fabulous party goers
Brian Coleman‘s Neon lovliness!
Emanuela Harris-Sintamarian‘s gouache on paper.
Exhibiting artist Mandy Spritzer and her metal pieces
Exhibiting artist Danielle Dufayet and daughter.
Danielle Dufayet‘s acrylic paintings.
David Middlebrook with his missed media sculpture and the lovely April Gee.
Cool vibe – bass and piano.
Indian classical dance with Abhinaya Dance Co.
Best of friends!
Great sax with a jazz-funk-rap group.
Shovelman! I bought his Dirty West CD SOOOO good!
Late night in the VIP lounge.
One final blast of fire before I called it a night.