September 10 – November 22, 2013
|Location:||FINE ART MUSEUM – PERMANENT GALLERY WESTERN CAROLINA UNIVERSITY, CULLOWHEE NORTH CAROLINA|
Iron Maidens : Women of Contemporary Cast Iron
August 19 – November 22
RECEPTION: THIRD THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 5 – 7PM
Iron casting has traditionally been seen as a man’s-world, however in the later part of the twentieth century a core of women emerged from the field, the Iron Maidens.
Iron Maidens is an exhibition of sculpture and drawings by British and American female sculptors who work in cast iron.
Iron casting has a very old history as a process for creating functional products, however its use by fine artists is very recent, dating back to the 1960′s with the development of a studio size iron furnace. Iron casting is a process of re-melting scrap iron in a special type of blast furnace that reduces the solid pieces to molten iron which is then poured into premade “casts” or molds.
Iron Maidens: Women of Contemporary Cast Iron celebrates the contributions women have made in the field of cast iron in an exhibition of sculpture and drawings by British and American female sculptors. This exhibition features 14 women artists from the United State and the United Kingdom including Simone Bizzell-Browning, Sarah Clover, Felicia Glidden, Cynthia Handel, Kate Hobby, Dilys Jackson, Justine Johnson, Deborah LaGrasse, Coral Lambert, Alison Lochhead, Carrie Phoenix, Tamsie Ringler, Theresa Smith and Julie Ward.
My work is included in this exhibition in NYC this summer!
The Story of the Creative
The creative force is unstoppable. It is a force of humanity, of inspiration and dedication. It is universal. This summer you are invited to celebrate “The Story of the Creative.”
Please join us for the opening reception:
Thursday, July 25th
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Artist Lecture at the Jugendkunstschule in Meersburg on Wed, May 8 at 2:00pm
What lies just below the surface? Like an iceberg whose greater mass is not revealed at the surface of the water, much of what happens around us is unseen.
Felicia Glidden works with cast metal, sound, video, mixed media sculpture, painting and performance to explore that which is unseen or just below the surface of awareness. Her work addresses a transitional moment between states of being; the moment just before falling asleep where images start to form in the mind, or just after waking, where the activities from the dreams disorient. She explores the confusion of déjà vu, intuition, and a type of recall; a thought below the surface that cannot be brought to the forefront of the mind. Themes woven through her work include the road, transportation infrastructure, elemental forces, memory, and sensorial connectivity. Weaving together threads of traditional material handling (steel fabrication, paper-making) with new technology (digital video and sound), mirrors her interest in linking the past with the present.
Vortrag von US-Künstlerin Felicia Glidden in Jugendkunstschule
Am Mittwoch, 8. Mai 2013, 14:00 Uhr findet in der Jugendkunstschule Bodenseekreis in der Meersburger Seepromenade 16 ein kostenfreier Vortrag der Künstlerin Felicia Glidden aus Washington DC statt. Ihr Thema: Was liegt direkt unter der Oberfläche? Wie bei einem Eisberg, dessen weitaus größerer Teil sich unsichtbar unterhalb der Wasseroberfläche befindet, bleibt vieles von dem, was um uns herum passiert, ungesehen, ja unerkannt.
Felicia Glidden arbeitet mit Gusseisen, Klang und Video. Sie arbeitet an Skulpturen aus unterschiedlichen Materialien, setzt Malerei und Performance ein, um das zu ergründen, was unsichtbar ist oder gerade unterhalb der Oberfläche des Bewusstseins liegt. Ihre Arbeit befasst sich mit dem Übergang zwischen unterschiedlichen Formen des Seins, wie zum Beispiel mit dem Augenblick unmittelbar vor dem Einschlafen, wenn der Geist neue Bilder hervorbringt, oder kurz nach dem Aufwachen, wenn Traumerlebnisse den Verstand noch desorientieren. Sie erforscht die Verwirrung eines Déjà Vu, die Intuition und eine bestimmte Art der Erinnerung. Jene Gedanken, die nicht greifbar, aber bewusst im Unterbewusstsein schlummern. Zu den Themen, die sie in ihrer künstlerischen Arbeit aufgreift, gehören Straße, Transport, Infrastruktur, Elementargewalten, Gedächtnis und Sinnzusammenhänge. Sie verwebt traditionelle Materialbearbeitung (Stahlfabrikation, Papierherstellung) mit neuer Technologie (Digitalvideo und -sound). Darin spiegelt sich ihr Ansatz, die Vergangenheit mit der Gegenwart zu verknüpfen.
Felicia Glidden, geboren und aufgewachsen in Minnesota, ist seit 1989 künstlerisch tätig. Ausstellungen ihrer Werke in den USA fanden u. a. in Minnesota, Chicago, New Orleans, Maryland, Washington DC und New York statt. In Europa wurden ihre Arbeiten in Wales, England und Deutschland gezeigt. Sie besaß 20 Jahre lang ein Unternehmen für dekorative Malerei, bevor sie eine Bronze- und Eisengießerei aufbaute, wo sie die Fertigung von Formen und den Betrieb von Öfen lehrte. Bevor sie 2013 nach Deutschland zog, war sie außerordentliche Professorin an der Universität von Maryland, College Park und am Montgomery College. Derzeit lebt und arbeitet sie in Friedrichshafen und unterrichtet im Vorstudium Gestaltung der Kunstschule Bodenseekreis.
Der Vortrag – hauptsächlich in englischer Sprache – wird ca. 90 Minuten dauern und soll zur Diskussion und zu Fragen an die Künstlerin anregen. Die Teilnahme ist kostenfrei. Um eine Voranmeldung bei der Jugendkunstschule wird gebeten, unter Telefon 07532-6031, täglich 8-12 Uhr oder per Mail unter info(at)kunstschule-bodenseekreis.de.
I moved to Freidrichshafen, Germany to join my husband Alain Wozniak who is a musician and conductor.
Montgomery College Arts Institute AIR program
The Rockville Art Department at Montgomery College and Sarah Silberman Gallery present
Artist In Residence
Felicia Glidden OCT 22- NOV 7, 2012
Combining video, text, sound and sculpture, Glidden’s installation work weaves together imagery, light, and spoken word. For the duration of her residency, Glidden presents her work, Between Two Rivers, and invites students and the public to collaborate with her on a new gallery installation. Visitors and students in all disciplines are encouraged to contribute their dreams using text, drawing and sound with materials provided by the Gallery. Located in the Paul Peck Art Building, 2nd floor, The Silberman Gallery invites visitors and students in all disciplines to participate in building the collaborative project Monday- Friday, October 27 though November 6, from 10 am – 4pm. Daily schedules showing when the artist is present in the gallery will be postedon the Rockville Art Department’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RockvilleArtDepartment. Visitors and students who want to participate in thesound recordings are asked to come during the hours the artist will be present.Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Felicia Glidden studied dance at Universityof Minnesota, Duluth. Active in the local arts community, she began makingsculpture and received her graduate degree in sculpture from the Universityof Maryland, College Park, where she currently teaches. She is the recipientof numerous awards including the 2012 David Driscoll Award for Excellence.Glidden has exhibited nationally and internationally and is represented by Marion Royal Gallery in Beacon, NY.http://www.facebook.com/RockvilleArtDepartment This program is made possible by donors to Montgomery College and the Montgomery College Arts Institute.
InForm Department of Art Faculty Exhibition
September 5 – October 5 2012
InForm offers a chance to see the latest work being produced by Maryland’s Department of Art Faculty. The integration of the show’s diverse media into the open space of The Art Gallery reveals visual relationships amongst the artists as well as the new directions in work by some of this area’s most dynamic artists and educators. The show is representative of the long-standing strength’s of the Department’s undergraduate and graduate programs focus on painting, sculpture, printmaking and graphic design as well as the burgeoning emphasis on interdisciplinary research, video and digital media.
Art Gallery at the University of Maryland
Iron Maidens – Multiple UK & US Artists
August 17 – September 21, 2012
Alice R. Rogers Gallery & Target Gallery SJU
Artist Reception: September 14, 2012, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Artists Talks beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Iron Maidens showcases the sculptural iron casting of Welsh, English and American women. Inspired by the many established women iron casters from America who were working in Wales and the UK, curator Dilys Jackson organized the show to feature these women along with the iron work of women from the burgeoning UK sculptural iron casting community.The UK tour of Iron Maidens included exhibitions at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre, Cwmbran, 2009, Art Central, Barry, 2010 (as part of the Women’s Arts Association Open Exhibition celebrating International Women’s Day), The International Conference of Contemporary Cast Iron Art at Kidwelly Industrial Museum, 2010, The Fire and Iron Gallery, Leatherhead, 2010 (selections), Pontardawe Arts Centre 2011 and the Denbigh Library Gallery, 2011. Iron Maidens debuted its U.S. tour at the Catherine G. Murphy Gallery at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, MN in 2011.
Between Two Rivers Solo Exhibition Hillyer Art Space Washington DC Opens August 3 – 31
Felicia Glidden, Between Two Rivers at Hillyer Art Space
Glidden’s work addresses transitional moments between states of being; thoughts living below the surface of others that cannot be brought to the forefront of the mind. She considers the moment just before sleep when images begin to form, the moment just after waking when dream activities disorient, the confusion of déjà vu, intuition, and memory recall. In this site specific installation, Glidden recreates these altered states by employing elements such as controlled lighting, dark interior spaces, olfactory triggers, and sound. The physical experience allows space for the mind to wander through a metaphoric narrative.
A secondary concern in Glidden’s work is the relationship between the past and the present, which is evident in the way she combines traditional methods of working with new technology. She creates the stacked architectural building blocks with bones of steel, each reveals handmade individuality in a conformist environment; always the same size, yet the final form has infinite potentiality. Between Two Rivers weaves together the major themes of Glidden’s work; the environment, movement, darkness and light, internal narrative, and memory into a cohesive experiential installation.
June and July 2012
Sculpture NOW 2012
June 19 – July 13, 2012
Opening Reception & Tom Rooney Award Presentation: Saturday, June 23, 6 – 8 pm
Juror: Sarah Newman, Curator of Contemporary Arts,Corcoran Gallery of Art
Dennis Beach, Michael Bednar, Christian Benefiel, Greg Braun, Meaghan Carpenter, Eric Celarier, Jeffery Cooper, Michael Corigliano, Terry DeBardelaben, Elsabe Dixon, Joel D’Orazio, Connie Fleres, Mimi Frank, Breon Gilleran, Felicia Glidden, Adam Hager, Artemis Herber, Linda Hesh, Mille Jewtic, Peter, Karis, Elaine Langerman, Barbara Liotta, George Lorio, Rosemary Luckett, Olivia Rodriguez, Cathleen Sachse, Nicole Salimbene, Rima Schulkind, Diane Szczepaniak, Isabelle Truchon, Stephanie Williams
Pepco Edison Place Gallery702 8th Street, NWWashington, DC
Exhibition Hours:Tuesday – Friday12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Exhibition Managed by Gloria Chapa
Sculpture NOW 2012 is funded in part by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts
US/UK Olympic Exhibition
June 23 – August 15
As part of the USUK Cast Iron Symposium taking place this year in Salem Art Works and the Scottish Sculpture Workshop there is an exhibition at the Salem Courthouse. This sculpture was cast at USUK in Salem, NY in 2006, and it was the first sculpture in the Matris Fe series which I have cast 11 to date. The pattern of wood and foam was one piece and it was too large to cast as one piece. This summer is they are finally together again. The sister sculptures for these two are installed at Franconia Sculpture Park in MN. I am looking for good homes for these outdoor pieces before I move to Germany at the end of the year. More info on the usuk symposium here.
Montpelier Arts Center
June 7 – August 19, 201231st
Annual Montpelier Invitational Sculpture ExhibitionUniversity of Maryland Master of Fine Arts Candidate Sculpture ShowThe Montpelier Arts Center is pleased to provide exhibition opportunities for emerging artists. For this year 2012, the Montpelier Invitational Sculpture Exhibition will present works by nine young artists from the University of Maryland Master of Fine Arts degree program.These artists present a wide variety of unique cultural and visual perspectives and explorations within sculptural media. Artists hail from as far away as France and as close as Baltimore. The media presented is as diverse as their locales, ranging from video installation to recycled objects to fiberglass, plaster, and even cast metal.Sculptors participating in the exhibition are Michael Booker, Mark Earnhart, Claire Girodie, Felicia Glidden, Bahar Jalehmahmoudi, Peter Karis, Pat McGowan, Lauren Moore, Lauren Little, and Adam Nelson.
En Route will be included in Transformer Gallery’s Storefront Video exhibition!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For further information contact: Ebony Dumas10.26.11 email@example.com | 202.483.1102Transformer is pleased to present our first comprehensive Storefront Video exhibition:
S t o r e f r o n t V i d e o
O c t o b e r 2 9 – D e c e m b e r 4, 2 0 1 1 Nearly a year after Transformer’s December 1, 2010 storefront screening of an edited version of David Wojnarowicz’s A Fire in My Belly, screened in a direct response to the Smithsonian Institution’s censorship of a similar work from the National Portrait Gallery’s Hide/Seek exhibition, Transformer revisits the use of our storefront space as a way to interact with audiences through the sidewalk presentation & viewing of video. Working in collaboration with a diverse range of artists and organizations in the development of this program, Transformer launches Storefront Video with works from the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum’s ARTLAB+ program, a design studio for teens (www.artlabplus.si.edu).
ARTLAB+ guest filmmaker Akosua Adoma Owusu, curator of the ARTLAB+ Film Forum program, has guest curated a special selection of Film Forum videos especially for Transformer’s Storefront Video exhibition. Storefront Video launches at noon on Saturday, October 29 with Cameltooth Curtain, 2005 and Whip What Stat, 2009 by CamLAB (a Jemima Wyman and Anna Mayer Collaboration), as well as Untitled, 2009 by Akosua Adoma Owusu. This screening will run continuously through to 11:59am on Monday, October 31. Additional works from the ARTLAB+ Film Forum program, as well as works by teen participants of ARTLAB+ will screen each weekend throughout the run of Storefront Video.
Participating Artists include: I r a m P a r v e e n B i l a l , L a u r a B o u z a , J u l i a B r o w n , C a m L a b , D i a n a-S o f i a E s t r a d a , K e v i n J e r o m e E v e r s o n , C h a r l e s F a i r b a n k s , L i n d s a y F o s t e r , V i c t o r i a F u , H o n g H u y n h , E l i z a H i t t m an , C a r o l i n e K e y , A s s i a L a k h l i f, E l a n a M a n n , K i r t h i N a t h , N a t a s h a N g a i z a , J u l i e O r s e r , S t e p ha n i e O w e n s , A k o s u a A d o m a O w u s u , A l i P r o s c h , D i n o r a h d e J e s u s R o d r i g u e z , E l l e n i S c l a v e n i t i s , A p r i l T o t t e n , C a r l i n W i n g , Z i n a S a r o-W i w a , & M i c h i k o Y a o.
In tandem with these ARTLAB+ artists, Storefront Video will also feature works by: F o r e s t A l l r e a d , W i l s o n B u t t e r w o r t h , M i c a e l a D u r a n d , B i l l y F r i e b e l e , F e l i c i a G l i d d e n , T r a v i s H a l l e n b e c k , M i c h a e l D a x I a c o v o n e , C a r o l i n a M a y o r g a , W i l l i a m M c K e n n a , K e n d a l l N o r d i n , B a r t O ’ R e i l l y , J o r d a n S w a r t z , L i s a M a r i e T h a l h a m me r and more!
Transformer will close out Storefront Video December 1-4, 2011with a special screening of Untitled, a new videowork by Jim Hodges, Carlos Marques da Cruz, and Encke King. Marking World AIDS Day / Day With(out) Art 2011, Untitled is a non-linear montage of archival and pop footage recalling the passionate activism sparked by the early years of the AIDS crisis. Un-spooling at multiple levels, the narrative flies between scenes of tragic brutality to kitschy humor, arch clips of laughter and ironic surprises while shredding traditional chronology. Many references – the title, short excerpts from Golden Girls and Dynasty, popular songs, and contemporary issues – nod towards Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ oeuvre, but the film is not an attempt to portray the artist; rather, it places the viewer “in his room.” In this way, the framing of the artist becomes a means to project any number of people, endlessly. This video is present courtesy of Visual AIDS: http://visualaids.blogspot.com/
t r a n s f o r m e r 1 4 0 4 P S t r e e t N W W a s h i n g t o n , D C 2 0 0 0 5 | 2 0 2 . 4 8 3 .1 1 02 | w w w . t r a n s f o r m e r d c. o r g S t o r e f r o n t V i d e o E x h i b i t i o n H o u r s : Works will be on view 24 hours a day, 7 days a week beginning Saturday, October 29 at noon. New works will screen Mon – Saturday at noon. A full schedule will be released weekly on Transformer’s new website www.transformerdc.org & our facebook page.
ArtLab is a dynamic and dedicated community space in the Hirshhorn Museum’s Sculpture Garden. It gives DC area teens access to up-to-date technology, the support of artist-mentors, and access to the vast physical and virtual resources of the Smithsonian. The space has a sound booth, gaming area, and DropZone - a regular afterschool program with weekend hours. Teens can drop in to play video games, socialize with friends, accessequipment, meet with mentors or in clubs, plan productions or take a workshop. They create their own experience and the museum supports them with resources to build & realize their own projects. Regular workshops with artist experts draw inspiration from the collection, current exhibitions or the DC community. Many of the projects teens create through ARTLAB+ programs are challenge-based with real world applications to the museum or their communities.
t r a n s f o r m e r is a Washington, DC based 501 (c) 3 artist-centered non-profit visual arts organization, providing a consistent, supportive, and professional platform for emerging artists to explore and present experimental artistic concepts,build audiences for their work, and advance their careers. A catalyst and advocate for contemporary artists and emergent expression in the visual arts, Transformer connects and promotes emerging visual artists within regional, national and international contexts through exhibition and programs partnerships with artists, curators, commercial galleries, museums and other cultural institutions.
Transformer’s 2011/12 exhibition series and programs are supported by: The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The CrossCurrents Foundation, The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities/NEA, The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, The Robert Lehman Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts’ Access to Artistic Excellence award, and The Visionary Friends of Transformer – individual donors & sponsors of our Annual Auction & Collector’s View series.
Screening: September 20, 21, & 22
Room 3306 Art and Sociology building, University of Maryland, College Park
The 34:05 minute sound score will run continuously from 10:00 am until 6:00pm
You are invited to attend a screening of a recent collaborative project created by Felicia Glidden and Alain Wozniak at the international artist residency Salem2salem. Incorporating images with music, text and alpha frequency binaural waves generated from the resonance of bells (recorded at Weißenau in Ravensburg Germany,) En Route is a meditation on movement, time, and being on the road. Felicia Glidden is a third year MFA candidate in sculpture at the University of Maryland, College Park, and Alain Wozniak is a musician and conductor from France who lives and works in the Lake Constance region of Germany.
En route is also screening in Germany at the Atelier of Johanna Knöpfle in Salem, Germany on September 25 at 8:30 pm
Unst zum Besichtigen, berühren, begehren und besitzen: Die Salemer Künstlerin Johanna Knöpfle öffnet von Montag, 19. bis, Sonntag, 25. September, ihr Atelier.
Sonntag, 25. September, 20.30 Uhr: Videoinstallation von Alain Wozniak und Felicia Glidden.
Adresse: Schlossstraße 4 (Weinlager) in Salem, Parkmöglichkeiten: Ortsausgang linkerhand Richtung Schloss.
September 12 – October 30, 2011
Opening Reception: September 17, 5:00 – 7:30 p.m.
University of St Catherine in St Paul, Minnesota
Iron Maidens showcases the sculptural iron casting of Welsh, English and American women. Inspired by the many established women iron casters from America who were working in Wales and the UK, curator Dilys Jackson organized the show to feature these women along with the iron work of women from the burgeoning UK sculptural iron casting community.
The UK tour of Iron Maidens included exhibitions at Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre, Cwmbran, 2009, Art Central, Barry, 2010 (as part of the Women’s Arts Association Open Exhibition celebrating International Women’s Day), The International Conference of Contemporary Cast Iron Art at Kidwelly Industrial Museum, 2010, The Fire and Iron Gallery, Leatherhead, 2010 (selections), Pontardawe Arts Centre 2011 and the Denbigh Library Gallery, 2011.
Iron Maidens will debut its U.S. tour at the Catherine G. Murphy Gallery at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, MN and the Saint John’s University Saint John’s Arts Center Alice R. Rogers & Target Galleries in Collegeville, MN.
I was at a residency at Salem Art Works, Salem New York for part two of the Salem2Salem Artist residency. I collaborated on a video sound project with Alain Wozniak called En Route.
I am fundraising for a new sculpture i am hoping to build at the second part of the international artists residency Salem2salem which starts in August 1st at Salem Art Works in upstate New York. A classic American sedan is embedded half way into a hill and converted into a solar powered theater complete with surround sound.
July 8th I worked in collaboration with Verenna, Alain and Gunther in an experimental performance where Verenna and I moved in front of a black screen triggering virtual points in space which activated the sound. Alain added sound loops and live accompianment, and Gunther developed the software to make it possible.
An exploration of time, space and sound with a fair share of chaos.
18 June – 23 July 2011
Denbigh Library Wales, UK
“Liquid iron forms the core of the earth and courses through our bodies in the form of haemoglobin. It is the stuff of legends all over the world and its development into useable material has transformed our culture and environment….. In the last fifteen years cast iron has become part of the contemporary sculptural repertoire and Wales is becoming a European centre of excellence in this material” (from Robert Harding, Inheritors of the Vulcan Tradition).
Exhibiting Artists include Alison Lochhead, Carrie Phoenix, Kate Hobby, Justine Johnson, Sarah Clover, Felicia Glidden, Cynthia Handel, Tamsie Ringler, Simone Bizzell-Browning, Dilys Jackson, Theresa Smith, Julie Ward & Coral Lambert .
Intersections features a group of artists from the University of Maryland- College Park graduate program who explore the use of print media in combination with sculpture, installation, painting and drawing. Most of these artists do not use printmaking as part their main conceptual or technical process, but instead intersect with print to form new avenues within their own art making. These works also investigate the integration of digital processes and photomechanical techniques to push the boundaries of current printmaking aesthetic and practice, while expanding the role printmaking plays in the contemporary art world.
Reception 6-8pm June 11, 2011
Assistant Professor Printmaking/Digital Imaging
Art Department University of Maryland
I am spending part of the summer in Friedrichshafen Germany. I went to Venice for the Biennale Arte for the first time, followed by Art Basel. I have been recording sounds, shooting video and photographs, primarily in areas near the lake of Konstaz. It’s a beautiful summer at the Bodensee!!
Two from a series of eight new paintings on digital prints called the “Visitation Series”
MIDPOINT: Works from UMCP 2nd Year MFA Candidates
The Stamp Gallery presents MIDPOINT, an exhibition of works by six artists in their second year of MFA candidacy at the University of Maryland. Showcasing the work of Selin Balci, Michael Booker, Felicia Glidden, Adam Nelson, Peter Karis, and Alexander Peace, MIDPOINT offers a glimpse at the diverse works being produced in the program. We hope you will join us in supporting the pursuits of this talented group of young artists.
Exhibition from April 14 – May 13 2011
A continuing obsession with Mary has me working with these images:
This New Year started with a trip to the place of my Maternal Grandmother’s roots in Bohemia Czechoslovakia. I went to Pisek and the surrounding region after researching Dorothy’s ancestors. I am spending the remaining time of my winter break in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
Herman Maril Gallery is proud to present Immersion, a new sculptural sound installation by Felicia Glidden. Working with text, sculpture, light, and sound, Glidden continues to explore her interest in the parallels of waking life with dream life. Immersion explores metaphors in many layers with a primary focus on our relationships with water and with each other. The 5.1 channel audio includes text from Glidden’s twenty year archive of dreams, environmental sounds and music recorded at a recent residency Salem2Salem in Germany.
This work considers how our treatment of each other resonates into our environment in both positive and negative ways. Fifty dreams involving water are spoken in a layered soundtrack. Whereas dream life affords the ability to breath under water, Immersion provides an entry into an internal landscape.
5.1.channel Dolby surround. 34:22 minutes
choir and music in sound track includes artists:
USA: Kate Christensen, Brendan Fitzgerald, Peter Lundberg, and Max Sharam. additional text by: Dee Hooper . Germany: Dorle Ferber, Uli Johannes Kieckbusch, Bernhard Thomas Klein, Christian Von Der Goltz. France: Remy Trevisan, original dream sequence composition by Alain Wozniak.
“Best Works Plus at Marion Royael”
Best Works from artists represented by the gallery. Opening day September 11th, 2010. Artists reception 6-10pm, through October 3rd, 2010. .
Marion Royael is pleased to extend our Best Works exhibit through November 9th, 2010. Among
those exhibiting are; David Coalburn, Dave Dziemian, Brian Edwards, Felicia Glidden, James Gwynne, Rick Hutchinson, Michael Krasowitz, William Lindsay, Brian Loatman, Alexander Percy, Barbara AG Riddle Steven Paul Riddle, Matty Sidle, Ivan Suchman, and Joe Zarra. .
“Best Works at Marion Royael”
Marion Royael celebrates the spirit of contemporary art with extravagant works created by the innovative artists represented by the gallery. The featured original works were created from a challenge to explore and surpass their own best work. Each artist tapped their own creative skills and imagination to create a new definitive work. The result is an exhibition of “Best Works” by these forward thinking artists. Collectors, peers and critics can explore these new outstanding works at Marion Royael’s
“Best Works Plus”. .
those exhibiting will be; David Coalburn, Dave Dziemian, Brian Edwards,
Felicia Glidden, James Gwynne, Rick Hutchinson, Michael Krasowitz,
William Lindsay, Alexander Percy, Barbara AG Riddle Steven Paul Riddle,
Ivan Suchman, and Joe Zarra.
Honigschlecker (honeylicker)steel, copper, beeswax, speakers, mp3 sound
More than 30 artists from the United States
and the area of Lake Constance will take
part in an artist exchange program between
Salem/Lake Constance and the art institute
SAW Salem Art Works, Upstate New York/
USA. Over a period of 3 weeks they will
live and work together. Role models for
this exchange are the Staatliche Bauhaus,
Weimar and the Black Mountain College,
USA. In this year artists will represent the
five disciplines of literature, music, visual
arts, sculpture and digital art. The invited
artists will deal with the specific geography,
history and society of the region as an
inspiration for their artistic works.
Thursday, August 5th, 2010 at 7pm
in the Library, Castle of Salem.
You are cordially invited.
District Administrator of the Bodenseekreis
Edward M. Alford,
Consulate General of the United States,
Musical surprises by the
Monique Würtz, IBC Konstanz
August 12th & 19th, starting at 8pm:
Open House“, a forum in Salem for
artists and visitors.
August 20th, at 7pm: private view
Exhibition of the created
projects in the New Museum, Salem.
Supported by: Bodenseekreis,
OEW – Oberschwäbische Elektrizitätswerke,
SSG – Schlösser und Gärten Baden-Württemberg,
Kunst- & Kultur-Stiftung Bodenseekreis,
Carris Foundation, SAW Salem Art Works
New work includes audio recordings. Here are a few recently completed sound pieces in mp3 format. I am currently developing site specific installations for future sound pieces. I welcome any questions or feedback on this or any other work on this site. email: fe at feliciaglidden dot com
and some video …
Iron Maidens at Art Central, Gale of Glamorgan in Barry Wales, March 2-27
Art Central celebrates International Women’s Day 2010
Professor Teresa Rees, from the Cardiff School of Social Sciences based at Cardiff University, opened the exhibition. Professor Rees, who is an advocate for women’s work and rights, expressed her delight in being asked to open the exhibition and was extremely impressed by the artist talent and the high quality of the artwork on display.
The open exhibition (which runs at the gallery until 27 March) features over 75 examples of art works including an inspiring range of paintings, prints, drawings, photographs and sculptures from women artists across the south Wales area. All the pieces have been selected by the Women’s Arts Association, which works in partnership with practitioners, communities and funding bodies to develop creative opportunities for women across all art forms.
This year, it is also supported by pieces from the Iron Maidens exhibition, consisting of sculptures and drawings by British and American women who work in cast iron.
Dilys Jackson, founder of Iron Maidens, said: “All of us have iron in our blood and working with the medium is an enticing, exciting art form that really does become a way of life. It’s wonderful that this exhibition has been put together as the very nature of casting iron requires artists to work in groups. Many of the women exhibiting, who are from both the UK and the USA, have worked together at some point. It’s a very sociable medium with wonderful results.”
International Women’s Day is a world-wide event which recognises and celebrates the economic, political and social achievements of women.
Made of Dreams at Marion Royael Gallery Feb 13 – Feb-March 11
Marion Royael presents “Made of Dreams” the artwork of Michael Krasowitz, Felicia Glidden and Danielle Andrews
Marion Royael Gallery is pleased to present the artwork of surreal painter Michael Krasowitz, Sculptor Felicia Glidden and the Pop art creations of Danielle Andrews. The exhibition will open Saturday, February 13th with an artists reception from 6-10pm and run through March 11th. All are welcome to attend the reception. For additional information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Krasowitz’s deconstructs the individual psyche to reach universal truths and archetypes. Krasowitz utilizes techniques of the original surrealists such as automatic drawing and meditation to achieve these goals. Felicia Glidden explores the visual language of the subconscious, to see if it can speak to a larger audience than just the dreamer, through her cast bronze and metal sculptures. Danielle Andrew’s paints abstractly with a pop art flair and her work emits a casual feeling of well being.
“Michael Krasowitz’s surreal paintings are extremely innovative and well executed .” says Steven Paul Riddle, Co-Owner of the Gallery. “Each of these artists make a very strong statement on their own and to see their individual work in one place at one time, is truly a treat!”
Marion Royael Gallery is located in the midst of the vibrant artistic community of Beacon, New York which boasts many fine art venues, www.beaconarts.org, top notch restaurants and a bevy of interesting and unique boutiques.
For more information about the gallery and the opening, please visit www.marionroyaelgalley.com
Structural Esprit at Marion Royael Gallery Jan 9 – Feb 10
Marion Royael is proud to present “Structural Esprit” the artwork of Joe Zarra, William Lindsay and Felicia Glidden
Marion Royael Gallery, located at 460 Main Street, Beacon, New York 12508, a full service contemporary art gallery featuring a mix of sculptures, paintings and mixed media works, is pleased to present the artwork of three innovative emerging artists. The exhibition will open on Saturday, January 9th with an artists reception from 6-10pm and run through February 10th. All are welcome to attend the reception. For additional information email email@example.com
Marion Royael Gallery presents “Structural Esprit” bringing together three innovative contemporary artists who create artwork of a fantastic nature. Joe Zarra, utilizes a multitude of wooden tiles on panel united with individual scenes to create large edgy abstract paintings; William Lindsay takes his childhood passion to the artistic extreme and offers us a new look into two and three dimensional pop art; Felicia Glidden brings her dream images into the material world casting powerful metal sculptures with a 21st century industrial verve.
“This is an outstanding exhibit,” says Barbara Riddle, Co-Owner of the Gallery. “These three contemporary emerging artists compliment each other beautifully and in one spirit bring together the “What” is happening in contemporary art today. Marion Royael is pleased to be representing and exhibiting these three exciting artists to kick off our 2010 season.
JCIA VIDEO STOREFRONT 522 METROPOLITAN AVE. BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 11211
Exhibition Dates: December 11th 2009 – January 3rd 2010
SCREEN BURNS is a juried exhibition celebrating all genres of ‘screenable’ artwork including film, video, anima-
tion, internet and abstract work. Artists that exhibit the strongest or most unique work will be invited to screen on the
Street Projector facing Metropolitan Ave. at Union Ave. in Williamsburg. This block and the surrounding area is one of the most thriving neighborhoods for art in NYC. The space will facilitate New Genre work submitted from all over the globe. The artwork will be reviewd online by Luis Gispert, and curated by Julian Duron (Fecal Face Dot Com NY). “Pop-up galleries,” as they are known in Britain, where the phenomenon is well established, are increasingly taking hold in New York”
DIANE CARDWELL The New York Times : October 12, 2009
ABOUT THE JUROR
Luis Gispert creates art through a wide range of media, including photographs, film, sounds, and sculptures. His
installation art graced the 2002 Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art, and has been exhib-
ited internationally at galleries and museums such the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Studio Museum in Har-
lem in New York, Art Pace in Texas, the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, the Contemporary Arts Mu-
seum Houston, Palazzo Brocherasio in Turin, and The Royal Academy in London. Gispert has also participated
in several exhibitions with high-profile commercial galleries including Gagosian Gallery, An-
drea Rosen Gallery, and Deitch Projects in New York. He is represented by Mary Boone gal-
lery in New York, Rhona Hoffman Gallery in Chicago, and Fredric Snitzer Gallery in Miami, FL.
VISIT WWW.JCIAVIDEO.COM FOR MORE INFO
Artists who live, work, or play in the “301″
ArtDC Gallery / the Lustine Center
Closing Reception October 30, 6:30 to 9:30 pm.
Featuring: Felicia Glidden, Greyson Heck, Jack Henry, Zac Jackson,
Sarah Laing, James Vose, Stewart Watson
Steven Jones, Curator
Matris Fe V, 2007, 24 x 16 x 20 inches, cast iron
Heads / Spin
cast metal sculpture and ink drawings
Opening Reception: Wednesday, July 1, 5 to 9 pm
Exhibition: July 1 through July 8, 2009
Special Gallery Hours:
Wednesday – Sunday, noon to 5 pm
Matris Fe series of abstract cast iron heads that are modeled after dream images. Ink drawings and cast metal tops inspired by her uncle E.W. Redmond, who at the time of his death in 2001 held the world record of successive days of flying a kite: 1296.
This one week exhibition is your opportunity to see Felicia’s work before she moves to Maryland to study sculpture. Please join us. (Top spinning optional but not required.)
Please note the annual Pot Luck and Exhibit will follow Heads / Spin opening on Saturday, July 11.
Bockley Gallery, 2123 W. 21st Street, (west of Lake of the Isles, near Franklin), Minneapolis, MN 55405
New cast iron toast is out of the oven and ready to ship. $50 each
Iron Maidens a group show of women sculptors is currently showing in Wales, UK
ped pex power pod shanty
medicine Lake, mn
photo © mn kiteman
The Ped Pex Power Pod relies on visitor’s energy and stamina to pedal their way to a cup of hot coffee, tea or cocoa. A social sculpture and experiment in green energy, we are creating bicycle generators and are hoping you, our guests, will have enough pedal power to provide hot drinks for all. We ask visitors to bring a cup or thermos. Although we will have in house mugs, no foam or paper cups will be distributed. Bring your book club or coffee clutch and generate some heat.