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Grant Winners Exhibition 2012
November 15–30

Sequoyah Aono, Watching upon the present,
2012, marble, aluminium, steel, H5'6" x W9' x D13'
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Sequoyah Aono, Self Portrait,
2009, wood, H34.5 x W12 x D12"
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Sequoyah Aono, People in New York,
2009, wood & acrylic paint, H28 x W12 x D12" (approximate size for one piece)
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Allston Chapman, Beach Baby,
bronze on stone, 10 x 6 x 7 in.
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Allston Chapman, After the Tomb Mourners,
bronze on granite, 11 x 10 x 16 in.
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Allston Chapman, Three to Get Ready,
bronze on wood and steel, 12 x 22 x 3 in.
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Beñat Iglesias Lopez, Untitled,
2012, painted plaster, 18 in. H x 15 W x 9 D
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Beñat Iglesias Lopez, Untitled,
2012, painted plaster, 20 in. H x 15 W x 9 D
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Beñat Iglesias Lopez, Untitled,
2012, painted plaster, 19 H x 15 W x 9 D in.
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Kathleen Huggard, Untitled,
watercolor and charcoal on canvas, 20 x 24 in.
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Kathleen Huggard, Blue Hydrangea,
oil and charcoal on canvas, 24 x 24 in.
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Kathleen Huggard, Untitled,
oil on linen, 23 x 17 in.
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Marshall Jones, Hum in the Room 3,
2012, oil on wood, 18 x 24 in.
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Marshall Jones, Hum in the Room 4,
2012, oil on wood, 18 x 24 in.
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Marshall Jones, Mick,
2012, oil on canvas, 24 x 32 in.
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Kathryn Keller Larkins, Gare du Nord II,
2011, watercolor on Arches Paper, 44 x 30 in.
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Kathryn Keller Larkins, FDR Drive,
2009, watercolor on Arches paper, 36 x 48 in.
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Kathryn Keller Larkins, Opera View II,
2011, watercolor on Arches paper, 36 x 48 in.
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Jung Ah Kim, N.Henry,
2012, acrylic, pencil, and nail on wood, 43.5 x 43.5"
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Jung Ah Kim, N.Henry (detail),
2012, acrylic, pencil, and nail on wood, 43.5 x 43.5"
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Jung Ah Kim, Untitled,
mixed media
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Alejandro Leal, Maria
oil on canvas, 10 ½ x 14 ½ in.
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Christopher LoPresti, Jr., Jun,
30 x 40 in.
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Christopher LoPresti, Jr., Dos Cabezas,
Arizona, 12 x 9 in.
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Christopher LoPresti, Jr., Singing,
12 x 12 in.
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Kazuya Morimoto, Invulnerable City,
mixed media, 2010
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Jonathan Niborg Speier, Inverted Latin Cross,
Acrylic on denim and wood with steel wire, 60.5 in. × 60.5 in.
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Jonathan Niborg Speier, Logische Zeit,
2012 Video (color and black and white), 40:30 min., Frame 1
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Jonathan Niborg Speier, Logische Zeit,
2012 Video (color and black and white), 40:30 min., Frame 2
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Charlene Tarbox, Stargazer Lily,
2012, monotype with etching ink on Nepalese paper
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Charlene Tarbox, Arctic Hare,
2012, monotype with etching ink on Nepalese paper
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Charlene Tarbox, Green Smoke Kimono,
2011, monotype with etching ink on Nepalese paper
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Matt White, Maria,
2012, aqua-resin, life-size
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Eduardo Yunda, From the series "Scars and Mendings in the Quest for El Dorado"
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Eduardo Yunda, From the series "Scars and Mendings in the Quest for El Dorado"
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Eduardo Yunda, From the series "Scars and Mendings in the Quest for El Dorado"
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Eduardo Yunda, From the series "Scars and Mendings in the Quest for El Dorado"
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Bernard Zalon, Meteor Crater, NYC,
2012, two-plate etching, 7 x 12 in.
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Bernard Zalon, Pebbles,
2008, 3-plate etching, aquatint, 12 x 12 in.
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Bernard Zalon, Vertigo,
2012, 2-plate etching, aquatint with surface roll and hand coloring, 11 x 14 in.
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Bernard Zalon, In the Heights,
2010, etching, aquatint, 12 x 18 in.
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Grant Winners Exhibition 2012

November 15–30
The Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery
Reception: Thursday, November 15, 6:00 pm–8:00 pm

This annual exhibition showcases the work of emerging student artists who have earned the Art Students League's prestigious grants. Patrons of the League who established grants, some going back many decades, realized long ago the importance of recognizing the accomplishments of League artists. Today the grants encourage all our students to strive for that recognition. While the League has always exhibited the work of grant winners (for many years in the gallery at Avery Fisher Hall), this is the fifth Grant Winners exhibition held in the League's Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery. It is with great pride that the League presents the 2012 Grant Winners Exhibition, featuring the work of students who earned the League grants in 2010.

The images shown above represent the artists' work since winning their grants.  However, not all of the images shown above will be included in the gallery exhibition. 
 

The participating artists (and their 2010 grant awards) are:

Sequoyah Aono, Edward G. McDowell Travel Grant
Allston Chapman, Nessa Cohen Grant
Beñat Iglesias Lopez, Xavier and Ethel Edwards Gonzalez Grant
Kathleen Huggard, Fantasy Fountain Fund Scholarship Award
Marshall Jones, Fantasy Fountain Fund Scholarship Award
Kathryn Keller Larkins, Fantasy Fountain Fund Scholarship
Jung Ah Kim, Lloyd Shrewood Grant
Alejandro Leal, Nessa Cohen Grant
Christopher LoPresti, Jr.,
Phyllis Mason Grant
Kazuya Morimoto, Edward G. McDowell Travel Grant
Jonathan Niborg Speier, Kuniyoshi Award
Charlene Tarbox, Michael Ponce de Leon Printmaking Award
Matt White, Nessa Cohen Grant
Eduardo Yunda, Xavier and Ethel Edwards Gonzalez Grant
Bernard Zalon, Michael Ponce de Leon Printmaking Grant

Judges for the various grants are listed below:

Nessa Cohen Grants
Mary Ryan, Gallerist; Mayumi Sarai, Artist

Xavier Gonzalez and Ethel Edwards Travel Grant
& Kuniyoshi Award
Steven Charles, Artist; Michael Gitlitz, Gallerist

Phyllis Mason Grant

Christopher Pugliese, Artist; Peter Trippi, Editor, Fine Art Connoisseur magazine

Edward G. McDowell Travel Grant

Lori Bookstein, Gallerist; Paul Resika, Artist

Lloyd Sherwood Grant

Cecily Kahn, Artist; Brian Washburn, Gallerist


Sequoyah Aono
Edward G. McDowell Travel Grant

Images

1. Watching upon the present, 2012, marble, aluminium, steel, H5'6" x W9' x D13'
2. Self Portrait, 2009, wood, H34.5 x W12 x D12"
3. People in New York, 2009, wood & acrylic paint, H28 x W12 x D12" (approximate size for one piece)
 

Education

The Art Students League of New York, 2009-present
Instructors: Seiji Saito, Greg Wyatt, Leonid Lerman, Gary Sussman

Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, Japan, MFA in Sculpture, 2007


Allston Chapman
Nessa Cohen Grant

Images

Beach Baby, bronze on stone, 10 x 6 x 7 in.
After the Tomb Mourners, bronze on granite, 11 x 10 x 16 in.
Three to Get Ready, bronze on wood and steel, 12 x 22 x 3 in.

Education

The Art Students League of New York, 2000–present
Instructors: Jonathan Shahn, Anthony Antonios, Oscar Garcia, Greg Wyatt, 2005-present

Michael Burban, Daniel Dickerson, Mary Beth McKenzie, Peter Cox, Frank Mason, Ken McIndoe, Ron Sherr, Gregg Kreutz, Raymond Kinstler, 2000-2004

Email

allstonchapman@arloartists.com


Beñat Iglesias Lopez
Xavier and Ethel Edwards Gonzalez Grant

Images

1.    Untitled, 2012, painted plaster, 18 in. H x 15 W x 9 D [man with tricorn hat]
2.    Untitled, 2012, painted plaster, 20 in. H x 15 W x 9 D [head wearing pointed helmet]
3.    Untitled, 2012, painted plaster, 19 H x 15 W x 9 D in. [head wearing green helmet, pointed in front only]

Born in Pamplona, Spain, 1979

Education

The Art Students League of New York    2005-2012   
Instructors: Jonathan Shahn, Anthony Antonios,  Michael Grimaldi, Costa Vavagiakis, Frank Porcu, Harvey Dinnerstein, Mary Beth Mackenzie, Dan Gheno

Universidad del Pais Vasco, Biscay, Spain    B.F.A. 2003                     

Website

www.benatiglesias.com

Awards

2012              Nessa Cohen Grant. The Art Student League of New York
                      M2M Public Art Installation, The Art Student League of New York
                      Grand Prize Winner, ACOPAL 2nd Annual Competition, United States
                      1st Prize, Self-Portrait Cover Competition, American Artist Magazine

2010              Xavier Gonzalez and Ethel Edwards Travel Grant. New York

2009              Expansion of Studies Grant, Gobierno de Navarra, Navarre, Spain

2008              Edward McDowell Travel Grant, The Art Student League of New York
                      Expansion of Studies Grant, Gobierno de Navarra, Navarre, Spain

2007              Semifinalist in the American Artist Drawing 70th Anniversary
                      2nd Prize, Drawing category, The National Academy Museum
                      Expansion of Studies Grant, Gobierno de Navarra, Navarre, Spain

2006              1st Prize, Portrait category, National Academy Museum, New York
                      3rd Prize in Painting category, National Academy of Design, New York
                      Honorable Mention, Landscape category, (NAD), New York
                      Jean Gates Award, The Art Students League of New York
                      Newington Cropsey Foundation Summer Residency Program in Florence
                      Gail Von Der Lippe Merit Scholarship, The Art Student League of NY

2005             Honorable Mention, Portrait category, National Academy of Design, NY

2003             Seneca-Sicue Scholarship, University of Barcelona, Spain

2001             Erasmus Scholarship, Bradford and Ilkley Community College, England

Exhibitions

2012             American Contemporary Realism, Beijing World Art Museum, China
                     The Butler Institute of American Art, ACOPAL, United States
                      George Billis Gallery, City Streets 2, New York, United States
                      Red Dot Show, Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, New York, United States
                      AAF, Uchu Gallery, New York, United States
                      The Final Project, Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, New York

2011              The Buildings of New York, George Billis Gallery, NY, United States
                      Figure Now, Fontbonne University Fine Arts Gallery, United States
                      Riverfront Studios Gallery, New York, United States
                      Red Dot Show, Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, New York, United States

2010              Group New York, Dorian Grey Gallery, New York, United States
                      Grant Winners Show, Phillis Harriman Mason Gallery, NY, United States
                      New York Moments, George Billis Gallery, New York, United States
                      Alex Adam Gallery. Artist From Around the World, NY, United States
                      AAF, Ber Thyssen Gallery, New York, United States

2009              Alex Adam Gallery, Artists and Monitors., New York, United States

2007             Ogilvy &Mather Interactive Agency, New York, United States
                     Rockefeller Center, Selected works, New York, United States
                     National Academy Museum, Juried show, New York, United States

2006             National Academy Museum, Juried show, New York, United States
                     Lincoln Center, Selected works, New York, United States

2005             Works from the Basque Country, University private collection, Spain.
                     Meson de La Navarreria, Pamplona, Spain
                     Centro Cultural Ezkiroz, Navarra, Spain

2004             Centro Cultural Ermitagana, Pamplona, Spain

2002             Forest Gallery, Collaboration with Alazne Berges, Edimburgh, England

2001             Love Apple Gallery, Collaboration with Alazne Berges, Bradford, England

2000             Basque Country University private collection, UPV Gallery, Vitoria, Spain

HEAD SERIES: A DELICATE IRONY.

The main focus of my work for the last 12 years has been the exploration of the human figure, both physical and psychological. By using the human figure I explore the nature of human relationships, the essence of self in society in our modern world. I approach this exploration through drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture.

The “HEAD SERIES,” an ongoing project, is a series of life-size busts made of pigmented and painted plaster. These sculptures are portraits of people I know.
Although I always start my work from direct observation, at a certain point the sculpture takes on a life of its own. As I work further with the piece, in its next iteration, I increasingly abstract the portrait with additional elements.

For example, in some of the sculptures I have incorporated costume elements such as hats or helmets. These I find very interesting for two reasons: one, these elements can both conceal and reveal the features of my portraits. Second, these elements can have strong connotations, which I want the viewer to question. By decontextualizing these symbols, I want to make the obvious questionable and provoke the viewer into reexamining their initial interpretations.

My focus therefore is on creating sculptures that allow the viewer to question our tendency of jumping to conclusions, or our desire to categorize everything into definable boxes. Ironically, from my point of view, I have brought no specific meaning to each of these pieces. They are visually engaging and provocative but their exact meaning is unresolved and requires further thought.

In this way I strive to prompt in the viewer an emotional response that will lead to a dialogue between the sculpture and the viewer. I want my sculptures to engage people in a thinking process, wondering and questioning what at first seemed “obvious.” It is a process deliberately directed to be open to each individual’s interpretation.

I feel it is not my responsibility to tell stories through my work but to present the necessary elements so people can build their own.


Kathleen Huggard
Fantasy Fountain Fund Scholarship Award

Images

Untitled, watercolor and charcoal on canvas, 20 x 24 in.
Blue Hydrangea, oil and charcoal on canvas, 24 x 24 in.
Untitled, oil on linen, 23 x 17 in.

Education

The Art Students League of New York   2005- present
Instructors: Henry Finkelstein, Ronnie Landfield, James McElheinny and Joseph Peller                          

Marchutz School of Painting, Aix en Provence, France, Summer 2010
CUNY Hunter College, NYC (painting, ceramics and art history) 1998, 2005
CUNY Hunter College, NYC (TESOL) 1992-1993
CUNY, LaGuardia Community College, NYC (painting and drawing)   2009
CUNY Queens College, NYC (art history)  2008
Classes with Inez Medina, NYC (painting)   2004
AR.CO Centro de Arte & Comunicao Visual, Lisbon, Portugal (ceramics)   1995
SUNY FIT, NYC (design and marketing)   1984-88


Marshall Jones
Fantasy Fountain Fund Scholarship Award

Images

Hum in the Room 3, 2012, oil on wood, 18 x 24 in.
Hum in the Room 4, , 2012, oil on wood, 18 x 24 in.
Mick, 2012, oil on canvas, 24 x 32 in.

Education

The Art Students League of New York   2005-2009
Instructors: Michael Grimaldi, Sharon Sprung, Dan Gheno, Costa Vavagiakis, Dan Thompson, Gregg Kreutz

Exhibitions

2012 Curators Choice, Panepinto Gallery, Jersey City, NJ
2011 Affordable Art Fair, NYC
2011 Figure Now, Fontbonne University Gallery, St Louis, MO
2010 Grant Winners Exhibition, Harriman Mason Gallery, NYC

Website

marshalljonesart.com


Kathryn Keller Larkins
Fantasy Fountain Fund Scholarship Award

Images

Gare du Nord II, 2011, watercolor on Arches Paper, 44 x 30 in.
Opera View II, 2011, watercolor on Arches paper, 36 x 48 in.
FDR Drive, 2009, watercolor on Arches paper, 36 x 48 in.

Education

The Art Students League of New York   2006 – 2012
Instructor: Paul Ching-Bor

Exhibitions

2012 Grant Winners Show, The Art Students League of New York City, NY, NY
2012 Red Dot Show, The Art Students League of New York City, NY, NY
2012 145th Annual International Exhibition of the American Watercolor Society, NY, NY
2011 Small Works Show, The Art Students League of New York City, NY, NY
2011 Red Dot Show, The Art Students League of New York City, NY, NY
2011 (Solo Show) Transportation, Shrine World Music Venue, NY, NY
2010-2011 Expressions in Watercolor, Publicis Healthcare Communication Group, NY, NY
2010 Class Show, Paris American Academy, Paris, France

Website

http://www.behance.net/kellerlarkins


Jung ah Kim
Lloyd Shrewood Grant

Education

The Art Students League of New York, 2009-2011
Instructors: Bruce Dorfman

Seoul National University, Korea, BFA 2007


Alejandro Leal

Image

Maria, oil on canvas, 10 ½ x 14 ½ in.

Education

The Art Students League of New York, 2006-2012
Instructors: Costa Vavagiakis, Nelson Shanks, Ephraim Rubenstein, Frank Porcu, Sherry Camhy, Michael Grimaldi

Ducret School of Art, 2006
Instructor: Timothy Jahn

Exhibitions

Artists and Monitors, The Alex Adam Gallery, New York, NY, 2009


Christopher LoPresti, Jr.
Phyllis Mason Grant

Images

Jun (Detail), 30 x 40 in.
Dos Cabezas, Arizona, 12 x 9 in.
Singing, 12 x 20 in.

Education

The Art Students League of New York, 2008-2012
Instructors: Costa Vavagiakis, Michael Grimaldi, Frank Porcu

The New York Academy, 2006-2008

George Mason University, Fairfax, Va., 2001-2005

Website

www.loprestiarts.com


Kazuya Morimoto
Edward G. McDowell Travel Grant
The Kuniyoshi Award

Images

Vulnerable City

Education

The Art Factory Institute of Art (Japan), with Makoto Arimichi

The Art Students League, 2000–2012
Instructors: Frank O'Cain, William Scharf, Charles Hinman,
Rick Pantell, Mary Beth Mckenzie, Leonid Lerman

Awards

All from The Art Students League of New York:

2004  Merit Scholarship
2006   Xavier Gonzalez and Ethel Edwards Travel Grant
2010   Edward G. McDowell  Travel Grant
2011   Lloyd Sherwood  Grant
2012   The  Kuniyoshi Award

Exhibitions

2012 New York Public Library, Jefferson Market Library
2011 New York Public Library, Jefferson Market Library

Website

www.kazuyamorimoto.carbonmade.com
www.kazuya.carbonmade.com


Jonathan Niborg Speier
Kuniyoshi Award

Education

The Art Students League of New York, 2007-2011
Instructors: Bruce Dorfman, Larry Poons, Ronnie Landfield, Kikuo Saito, Costa Vavagiakis

Brown University, Providence, RI, 1998-2001

Les Ateliers UPIC, Massy, France, 1995

Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, 1993-1995


Charlene Tarbox
Michael Ponce de Leon Printmaking Award

Images

Green Smoke Kimono, 2011, monotype with etching ink on Nepalese paper
Arctic Hare, 2012, monotype with etching ink on Nepalese paper
Stargazer Lily, 2012, monotype with etching ink on Nepalese paper

Education

The Art Students League of New York
Instructors: Richard Pantell, Ellen Eagle,  Bill Behnken, Timothy Clark, Peter Golfinopoulos and Christine Jordan, Anthony Palumbo, John Hultberg        
     
The Cooper Union (Book Arts)  2005                             
Philadelphia College of Art B.F.A.  1967-1970
Connecticut College    1965-1967

Exhibitions

Exhibition Outreach Group Show at A.T. Kearny, NY, NY    2012                          
Inked Up, The Arsenal in Central Park, NY. NY  2011                                      
ASL Merit Scholarship Exhibition  2011                                           
Affordable Art Fair, Metropolitan Pavilion, NY, NY 2008                                          
New Yorkers by New Yorkers, Presbyterian Church, NY, NY 2008       
Object Image Gallery, Brooklyn, NY  2008                       
Art of Persuasion, Westchester Community College, Valhalla, NY  2008     
NY Etchers Salon 2007, National Arts Club, New York, NY  2007       
ASL Merit Scholarship Exhibition (prints)  2007                     
The Printed Image III, Object Image Gallery, Brooklyn, NY  2007         
Art of Persuasion, Paramount Center for the Arts, Peekskill, NY  2007     
Pen and Brush Juried Exhibition  2006                             
Audubon Artists Inc. 64th Annual Exhibition (Salmagundi Club), New York, NY   
Harnett Biennial of American Prints, Joel and Lila Harnett Museum of Art                     
University of Richmond , Richmond, Virginia     2006                 
Upstream Gallery, Dobbs Ferry, NY  2005                         
Gallery of Graphic Arts, New York, NY    2004                     
The Lobby Gallery, New York, NY  2004                                                   
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY    1997                   
Art at the Magistrates’ Court,  Brooklyn, NY  1993                  
Gallery 66 (one-woman show), East Hampton N.Y. 1984                 
David L. 10, New York, NY    1982                                   
BFM Gallery, New York, NY    1981
The Educational Alliance (one-woman show), New York, NY 1980         
National Art Center, New York, NY  1980                               
Women in the Arts, New York, NY  1979
Court Hill Gallery, Brooklyn, NY     1979                               
Gallery La Grande Illusion, New York, NY  1979                   
Boston City Hall (one-woman show)  1978                                   
Manteca Gallery, Boston, MA  1977                                              
Andover Gallery of Fine Arts,  Andover, MA  1974                   

Website

http://ctarbo4.wix.com/charlene-tarbox-art


Matt White
Nessa Cohen Grant

Image

Maria, 2012, aqua-resin, life-size

Education

The Art Students League of New York   2005-2012
Instructors: Barney Hodes, Frank Porcu, Costa Vavagiakis Michael Grimaldi and Dan Thompson

Grand Central Academy of Art, New York, NY   2011-2012

Exhibitions

Governor's Island Art Fair, NYC September 2012
Model to Monument 2011-2012, Riverside Park, NYC
Grant Winner's Exhibit, ASL, 2011
Greenpoint Sculpture Wall, Brooklyn, NY, long-term installation

Website

mattwhitesculpture.com


Eduardo Yunda
Xavier and Ethel Edwards Gonzalez Grant

Images

From the series Scars and Mendings in the Quest for El Dorado

Education

The Art Students League, 2003- 2010
Instructors: Robert Cenedella, Anthony Palumbo, William Scharf
Knox Martin, Bruce Dorfman, Grace Knowlton, Mariano del Rosario

La Salle College, 2002

Fine Arts, San Alejandro, Habana, Cuba, 1998-2001

More About the Images

These paintings are from the series "Scars and Mendings in the Quest for El Dorado." They are all mixed media on canvas, wood, burlap and other recycled materials from the land of El Dorado.

El Dorado (the gilded one), is a legend about a mythical land, so rich that during the conquest of the new world (America), the inhabitants bathed and covered themselves with gold dust, filled some rafts with gold objects and precious stones, sailed to the middle of this sacred round lagoon, and offered their gods all these jewels by throwing them to the water.

When these stories reached Spanish ears, a frenetic quest for this treasure was unleashed, leaving behind a trail of poverty, fear and death.

This lagoon and these people were 20 minutes away from what today is Bogotá, Colombia, the city I am from. Today the story is still the same, the gold fever is still burning as well as the oil fever, the emerald, the flora, the fauna, and the favorite and most profitable of all: the cocaine fever.

Every treasure brings its curse. With the arrival of the "civilized" world and the "free marketization" of their beliefs and resources, these people who once  bathed in gold and abundance, woke up one day bathed in blood and misery; their culture and traditions were violated, and then sank into a dark shade of fear and ignorance, trying to survive the policies imposed by their new master, conqueror, exploiter and slayer who turned them - without them wanting or knowing, into predators of their own species...

Little by little, they built up pieces of the patchwork of what used to be, of what was left - and between mistakes and strokes of luck, Colombia staggered into the future. All the while watching how its land and people were bled to death by the exploitation and theft of treasures that they didn’t even get to smell. Carrying on its flesh, the scars of this story and inventing the mendings to survive it.

Website

www.laloyunda.com


Bernard Zalon

Images

1.    In the Heights, 2010, etching, aquatint, 12 x 18 in.
2.    Pebbles, 2008, 3-plate etching, aquatint, 12 x 12 in.
3.    Vertigo, 2012, 2-plate etching, aquatint with surface roll and hand coloring, 11 x 14 in.
4.    Meteor Crater, NYC, 2012, two-plate etching, 7 x 12 in.

Education

The Art Students League of New York  1981-present
Instructors:  Roberto De La Monica, Michael Ponce De Leon, Michael Pellettieri

Exhibitions

Buffet Five Art Gallery, Wakayama, Japan   2000

Website

bernardzalon.com

Email  

etchingsbyzalon@yahoo.com

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