Jeanne Lorenz, Juror
All-media exhibition that includes artworks representing or referring to the range’s terrain, ecology, geology, history, recreation, and endemic species of plant and animals, as well as its effect on the culture and climate of California and Nevada.
Member Preview: Thursday, October 10, 6:00 -7:00 pm
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
107 Suffolk St. NYC
August 7 - August 26, 2019
Gallery Hours 3:30 - 7pm daily
Reception and Pot Luck - Tuesday, August 20th, 6 - 9pm
Dalia Amara | Tom Bogaert | Linda Byrne | Susanna Coffey | Sally Curcio | Julian Gardier | Linda Griggs | Lisa Hanson | Kirsten Hassenfeld | Amy Hill | Julia Justo I Maria Lupianez | Christina Marsh | Tracy Miller | Bill Massey | Mark Power | Moses Ros-Suarez | Paul Smith | Mary Jo Vath | Suzanne Varni | Melanie Vote | Chris Wright | Dolores Zorreguieta
I am pleased that I have received a Pratt Institute Faculty Development Grant for travel support out west for plein air painting while on sabbatical during the fall of 2019.
"Inspired by the exhibit of plein air paintings of Fort Tilden by artist Chris Wright, the April Arts Lab will feature a discussion and exploration of different cloud formations. Everyone will leave with their own interpretation of a cloud study."
June 8–July 20, 2016
Pratt in Venice is a six-week, fully-accredited summer program that takes place in June and July. Undergraduate students may enroll for six to eight credits; graduate students may enroll for six to nine credits. Students study painting, drawing/printmaking, art history, and/or materials and techniques of Venetian art on site in Venice. The program integrates studio art with art history, and welcomes the interaction of the disciplines. Pratt collaborates with the Università Internazionale dell’Arte and Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice. Group visits outside of the city, including to Padua and Bassano/Maser, are included. Students from any department at Pratt may apply; applications from non-Pratt students are also welcome.