Sanvisens XXXIII Painting Contest, Spain

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The XXXIII Painting and Sculpture Contest Sanvisens and Pere Jou, is now opened untill 12th January 2020 in Sitges, Spain. I am so gratefull of having being selected with my mixed media artwork “Through the light”. Congratulations to the winners and all the selected artists!

Exhibition in Brussels

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This painting “Don’t let the looks influence you” will be exhibited at International contemporary art fair in Brussels. Stand Davoust/Kulinski, row 1
Art 3F- 15th- 17th november 2019.
Brussels expo- Heysel Palais 1

Beate Münch: Upcoming Shows

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Arte Padova, Padova Italy, 15 – 17 November 2019, represented by Gallery Patrizio Contemporary
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Charity exhibition – Benefizausstellung
Kun:st für uns – 06.11. – 01.12.2019
https://kun-st-international.de/kunst-fuer-uns/
Every donated painting will be sold for 100 Euro to support the gallery. As the cost for the renovation inside and outside were increasingly high.
Vernissage:
10.11.2019 | 14:00 Uhr
Exhibition duration:
06.11. – 01.12.2019
Location:
[KUN:ST] QUARTIER
Schmalzstrasse 4
71229 Leonberg, Germany


Merry Christmas 2019 im [KUN:ST] Quartier – 28.11.2019 – 05.01.2020
https://kun-st-international.de/anmeldung-merry-christmas-2019-kunst-quartier/

Vernissage:
01.12.2019 | 14:00 Uhr
Opening hours:
Thursday – Friday | 14:00 – 18:00 Uhr
Saturday – Sunday | 11:00 – 16:00 Uhr
Location:
Kunst Stuttgart International e.V.
Schmalzstraße 4
71229 Leonberg, Germany

Anson Liaw selected for publication in Circle Quarterly Magazine #4

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OCADU Instructor Anson Liaw has been named 1 of 50 winning artists selected by CIRCLE QUARTERLY ART REVIEW magazine. His artwork will be featured for publication in print and online for the Fall 2019 issue of CIRCLE QUARTERLY ART REVIEW. Three of his illustration images were selected as winning images and will be featured along with a short artist statement sharing his perspectives.

Tideline Treasures

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“TIDELINE TREASURES”. A solo exhibition of the art of Monica Loncola will be featured at Beauregard Fine Art Gallery, 109 East River Road, Rumson, NJ 07760, USA. Opening Reception: Saturday Nov. 9, 2019 5-8PM EST. Show dates run from Nov.4 – Dec. 4, 2019. contact: BeauregardFineArt.com
Art@BeauregardFineArt.com. USA. 732-450-0994

Vibrant. Energetic. Ethereal. These are words that surface when viewing the art of Monica Loncola. Originally from Monmouth County, NJ, the artist summered on the beaches of the Atlantic where she continues to be inspired by the treasures she finds along tidelines of the ocean and rivers. Working predominantly in oil, watercolor, pencil and ink, the artist creates works that transcend the ordinary, giving rise to iconic forms uniquely her own yet familiar. Patterns, fractals, forms, and colors merge together creating evocative versions of objects that stop her in her tracks compelling her to create an image of what captures her attention. Her work has been published in the New York Times, Edible Long Island, Spotlight Magazine to name a few. She has exhibited internationally through the US State Department Art in-the-Embassies Program in The Gambia, West Africa, Japan, Puerto Rico, and in numerous cities in the USA. She holds a BFA from Rosemont College, PA and has studied at the Art Students League, NYC, Moore College of Art, PA. and Academy of Art University, San Francisco, CA. Ms. Loncola spends her time equally between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans where she maintains a studio in the SF Bay Area, and at ChaShaMa.org Matawan, NJ.

Under endless onyx bridges

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70 x 80 cm. Oil on canvas. 2019.

My last painting inspired by the passage from H. P. Lovecraft’s “The Rats in the Walls”.

“My searchlight expired, but still I ran. I heard voices, and yowls, and echoes, but above all there gently rose that impious, insidious scurrying; gently rising, rising, as a stiff bloated corpse gently rises above an oily river that flows under endless onyx bridges to a black, putrid sea.”

Current and forthcoming exhibitions

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So far in 2019, I was awarded the 3rd Prize in Focus on the Story, Washington DC International Photo Festival (image Transition), the 2nd Prize in Photography at the London Art Biennale (image Little Hope) and at Washington DC International Photographic Society exhibition (image: Still Beautiful). Following my recent solo exhibition at New York Onishi Gallery, I will have two forthcoming exhibitions: in December 4-8 as part of World Wide Art – Artavita, group show in Miami, and in October 18 – November 30 at the Atlanta Photography Group Gallery: “Alan Avery Selects,” group exhibition, My current exhibition September 12 – November 6 is with Atlanta Photography Group’s Airport 2019 group exhibition.