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8.12.08

Deck the Walls! at the Lyme Art Association

I'm so happy and so I wanted to share it with you! The three sculptures I entered into the upcoming exhibition of the Society of CT Sculptors were selected by the juror. Here is the information about the show:

Exhibition & Sale of works by LAA Artists, newly Elected Artists along with the juried annual exhibition of The Society of Connecticut Sculptors

Opening Reception: Friday, December 12, 5 - 7 pm
Once again, 10% of proceeds from the opening night will be donated by the LAA to
The Shoreline Soup Kitchen & Pantries.

P.S.: every Sunday the Lyme Art Association offers fresh coffee and goodies to nibble while you view the gallery. Stop by and see the exhibitions!!!

LYME ART ASSOCIATION
90 Lyme Street, P. O. Box 222,
Old Lyme, Connecticut 06371
Phone: 860-434-7802
Email:info@lymeartassociation.org

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday through Saturday, 10-5, Sundays, 1-5
Closed Mondays

This exhibition will be on display from December 12, 2008 through January 10, 2009

P.S.: I tried uploading the images of the selected sculptures for you to see them, but my computer was very slow, so I'll try again tomorrow.

7.12.08

Friends of Pam and David

To all of you that followed this event, here is the update...

Comments from Carol Brightman Johnson, posted on her blog:

"
Thank you to all the artists and collectors who made the Friends of Pam and David a great success. Your generosity and good wishes did a lot! The show raised approximately $4,000. We don't have a final accounting yet, but that was pretty amazing, especially on short notice.

There were over 120 works of art at the Vanilla Bean, after the early bird sale, where the walls normally display from 30 to 50 pieces. What a testament to how well-liked and respected Pam and David are. The sheer number of artists who cared enough to donate something moved them deeply. Pam and David were surprised to find that so many of us think about them, and will continue to keep them in our minds and prayers. In some ways, the moral support is more important than money."

17.11.08

Friends of Pam & David / November 26 through December 1

I have already written about this event, but I wanted to include some new links for you to check out the art these talented artists have donated for the event.
It is a great opportunity for you to acquire good quality art at a very low price and at the same time you'll be helping out with the medical expenses of these very special people... Thanks!
Corina...


CASH & CARRY ART AT THE VANILLA BEAN CAFE

450 Deerfield Road
Pomfret, CT 06259

Tel: 860-928-1562

website: http://www.thevanillabeancafe.com/

Professional Art - EXTREME BARGAINS!
THE COST OF THE ART WORK WILL BE $100.00 FRAMED $50.00 UNFRAMED

Early bird sales link at www.joanjardineart.com
or at carolbrightmanjohnsonfineart.blogspot.com

100% of Proceeds to benefit Pam and David Lussier for their ongoing medical expenses

Friends of Pam and Dave Lussier will hold a “Cash and Carry” art show to help defray Pam’s medical expenses. Pam is doing well, but the Lussier’s medical insurance does not cover everything.

In consideration of the slow economy, professional artists will sell original art for shockingly low prices at the Vanilla Bean for one week, and on line through the holidays. Early bird and post Vanilla Bean purchases are welcome. Below is a list of artists that are participating.

Here is the list of the participating artists....

Thomas Adkins - Corina S. Alvarezdelugo – Beverly Branch - Lesley Braren - Karen Cashman - Joan Cole – Kristen CormierSam D’Ambruso – Carole Day – Margaret B. Dean - Catherine Elliot – Beth Ellis – Christine Wendell Farrugia - Paul C. Goodnow – Sonia Halapin - Aline Hoffman - Jennifer Holmes – Laureen Hylka – Joan Jardine – Barbara Jenkins –Carol Brightman Johnson – Susan Jositas – Roxann Poppe Leibenhaut – Helen Malchow – Rosemary Markham - Joan McPherson - Bernie McTigue – Tom Menard - Dianne Panare Miller – Linda Miller – Sara Nebel – Bob Noreika – Terry Oakes Bourret – Pamela Reese – Sylvina Rollins – Shauna Shane – Lynita Shimizu - Katherine Simmons – Diane Stone – Mona Stratos – Alex Vranos – Jackie White – Jane Zisk – Janet Zeh

11.11.08

Interactive Acrylics Workshop

About a week ago, the CT Society of Portrait Artists organized a workshop at the Darien Arts Center. For this, the fine artist Joan Polzin, representing The Chroma paint company supplied interactive acrylic paints for us to try, or I should say, "to play with", because we had so much fun trying this new acrylics...here the pictures taken by Jeanine C. Jackson:

Joan Polzin
These new acrylics are just amazing! They remain open for a longer time than regular acrylcs and can be kept workable by re wetting of dried paints. Joan Polzin, who has painted portraits with these paints in the past showed us the products and demonstrated how to use them. After her demonstration we all tried our hands on the product and loved it!

So here are two pictures showing the progress during the workshop of my little painting, even though is not yet finished. But I thought you might wanted to see what I did that day with these new interactive acrylics:


I know what you're thinking! Everyone working on portraits and I made a frog...well, this is my portrait of a frog!!! I hope you enjoy it!
The pictures of my painting were taken by Joan Polzin
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The good thing about this acrylics is that you can save the left over paint in the refrigerator, so I did. About a week later, this past Friday, I made a little 6" x 8" Winter Scene on canvas using them. They were like new...perfect!


Winter Scene
acrylic painting


I donated this painting to be sold for $100.00 to raise money to help my friends and artists, Pam and Dave Lussier. Pam has a very difficult form of cancer and is currently going through chemotherapy to get herself healthy enough to receive a kidney transplant and their insurance does not cover all the expenses...

Here is the information about this fundraiser:
“Cash and Carry” art show.

In consideration of the slow economy, these original paintings will be sold for shockingly low prices:

Unframed Paintings $50

Framed Paintings $100

Photos, Prints and Jewelry too

at the Vanilla Bean for one week, and on line through the holidays. Early Bird and Post-Vanilla Bean purchases are welcome.

The Vanilla Bean
450 Deerfield Rd.,
Pomfret, CT 06258,
Tel.: 860-928-1562.

website: http://www.thevanillabeancafe.com/


100% of proceeds from the sales will go to the Lussier family.

NOTE: David Lussier and Pamela Simpson Lussier of Woodstock, CT are renowned artists. They offer phenomenal oil paintings (and giclee prints) of assorted subjects in a range of sizes and prices at the David Lussier Gallery in Woodstock, and on line at www.davidlussier.com The couple will participate in the area’s Open Studio Days November 29 and 30.

Collect some fine art and do a good deed!

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Holiday cards with the image of my Winter Scene painting can be purchased at: www.corinadotdash.etsy.com
Just in case you are interested!!

24.10.08

updating....finally!!!

hi there!

It's been a while since I last posted something in here, so today I decided to put it up to date. Here is a summary..


After my last post I was very busy getting ready to participate in Open Studios in New Haven...this happened the first weekend in October. Sorry I couldn't tell you before... It went well. I met many interesting people
and wonderful artists, one of them is Sikiu Perez (check her blog at sikiu-perez.blogspot.com). She happened to be right next to me, along with other three artists, one photographer and two incredible painters. In the whole building we were 15 artists in total. Overall it was a great experience and best of all we've got to enjoy this fabulous view for the whole weekend:

Just, breath taking!!!

In conjunction with Open Studios, Artspace, which is the gallery that organizes the event, had a juried process for the exhibition that has been at their location ever since the Kick-off of Open Studios and will be on display until December the 13th and it's called "CONNcentric". I'm telling you this because my sculpture "Tucky" was accepted there!! Here is a pic...


isn't he cute?!

ArtSpace
is located at:

50 Orange Street
New Haven, CT 06510
Phone: (203) 772-2709

Gallery Hours:
* Tuesday-Thursday 12-6pm
* Friday-Saturday 12-8 pm
* Sunday-Monday CLOSED


The week after Open Studios I took course 3 of the Gardening Study School sponsored by the Federated Garden Clubs of CT. It's a three day course and ends up with an exam... I haven't told you this but I love to garden that's why I take this kind of courses. And as you can see my love for nature is represented in many of my works.

To end up the three weeks of strenuous work
, between my art work, my plants and of course, my three children I ended up sick!!! oh yes, the allergy season!!! and this season has been the worst!! Don't you think?

It's too late now and I think I better go to sleep. I'll continue tomorrow, after I deliver some artwork to a gallery in Hartford...let you know later...bye!

24.9.08

"THE NEW ENGLAND LANDSCAPE INVITATIONAL"

I'm so happy my sculpture "Lady Environmentalist" has been accepted into this nationally acclaimed exhibition & sale.

In this exhibit you can enjoy the works by Lyme Art Association Artists and selected invited Masters of Landscape Painting and sculpture around the United States. The show is sponsored by Essex Savings Bank & Financial Services and was juried by Elected Artists Robert Duffy and Michael Graves.


"Lady Environmentalist"
stoneware and sterling silver


The Opening Reception is this coming FRIDAY, September 26, from 6 to 8 pm.
Free / includes refreshments.

LYME ART ASSOCIATION
90 Lyme Street
Old Lyme, Connecticut
Phone: 860-434-7802
Email: info@lymeartassociation.org

This exhibition will be open to the public from Friday, September 26th through Sunday, December 7th, 2008 , 2008

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday through Saturday, 10-5, Sundays, 1-5
Closed Mondays

18.9.08

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in New Haven, CT

tomorrow...
the Opening Reception of

"Latino Progress"

a photography exhibit presented by Arte Inc. and Registro as part of the Hispanic Heritage Month.
This exhibit will showcase photographs of Latinos from all walks of life,
who have made (or will make) positive contributions to their community and the state.


The opening is tomorrow Friday, September 19th, from 5 - 8 pm
It's Free and includes refreshments and entertainment

This exhibit will be on display at City Hall in New Haven from
Friday, September 19th through Saturday, October 18th, 2008
Open to the public Monday - Friday, 9 am - 5 pm

New Haven City Hall
165 Church Street,
New Haven CT 06510

At The Housatonic Museum in Bridgeport, CT

Today, as part of the events related to the exhibition of "Why Not?!" (on view now at the Burt Chernow Gallery in the Housatonic Museum of Art) I went with two of my friends, Sheila Kaczmarek and Marjorie Lutz to the

"Lunch and Learn" guided tour of the museum collection

There, Ann Chernow talked about women artists in the permanent collection, such as her own Time After Time. She also talked about her friends, the visionary Jeanne Claude and her partner Christo. Ann’s late husband, Burt, founder of HMA, explains in his book on the couple how the two together invented a whole new approach to art, as seen in Running Fence. So Ann talked a little bit about this book and some personal experience with the couple.

After the talk, we took a Guided Tour of Housatonic collection with emphasis on women artists, such as Elaine de Kooning’s Family, Lee Bontecou, Alice Baber, Renee Schumacher, Sylvia Sleigh, Doris Cesar, Jane Freilicher and Jane Peterson. Some in the collection are involved in WCA-CT: June Ahrens, Camille Eskell, Alberta Cifolelli, and Susan Sharp. Suzanne Benton’s monoprint, Votes for Women, is very timely.

We had a great time and enjoyed the collection very much. I really recommend people to come to the Museum and take a look at their collection, and while there don't miss out the exhibition of Why Not!? until Friday, October 24th, 2008
, in the Burt Chernow Galleries.

For more information about the show and to see the women artists participating in this show go to: http://www.wca-ct.org/gallery/why/why.html

By the way, save this date:

Thurs. Oct. 16, 5:30 pm, reception with refreshments in the Burt Chernow Gallery
6:45 Panel Discussion: Re-Invent: WHY NOT?!

In the Housatonic Community College's newly opened Beacon Hall.

A pannel with outstanding women will discuss how women re-invent their careers, themselves, their ways of working and problem-solving, and how they break boundaries and re-energize.

Panelists: Prill Boyle, best-selling author of Defying Gravity about late-blooming women; Lisa Paul Streitfeld, critic and artist in NYC; Suzanne Sheridan, photographer, singer, songwriter.


Housatonic Museum of Art
at the Housatonic Community College
Secure parking is under the college at
900 Lafayette Blvd
Bridgeport, CT 06604
(just off Exit 27 of I-95)
(203) 332-5200


"New Haven Paint & Clay Active Members Exhibit 2008"

Last Sunday was the opening reception for this show and I was so excited to learn they have given me an Honorable Mention for my sculpture "Mommy, Mommy, Mommy". This is the third award this piece has received. It gives me a lot of satisfaction to know that other people like my work as much as I do. Once again, here is a picture of this sculpture, I hope you enjoy it too!!

Mommy, Mommy, Mommy
Stoneware and wood sculpture
(c) by Corina S. Alvarezdelugo


This exhibition is at the
John Ely Slade House

51 Trumbull St
New Haven, CT 06510
(203) 624.8055

...and will be open to the public through Sunday, October 5th, 2008

Gallery Hours:
* Wednesday-Friday 11-4 pm * Saturday-Sunday 2-5 pm
* CLOSED Monday & Tuesday

8.9.08

"New Haven Paint & Clay Active Members Exhibit 2008" Don't miss opening reception!

Sunday, September 14th through Sunday, October 5th, 2008

Opening Reception: Sunday, September 14, from 2 - 5 pm
Save the Date!!

John Ely Slade House
51 Trumbull St
New Haven, CT 06510
Phone: (203) 624.8055

Gallery Hours:
* Wednesday-Friday 11-4pm
* Saturday-Sunday 2-5 pm

* CLOSED Monday & Tuesday

Corinadotdash, sculpture exhibit...Last days......Don't miss it!!!

This exhibition has been extended for a few more days until this coming Sunday, September 14th, 2008

Last days to view this exhibition... Don't miss it!!!

"CORINA.-"
an exhibition of sculptures by Corina S. Alvarezdelugo, at the Interlaken Inn, Lakesville, CT.
Presented by the
Society of Connecticut Sculptors.


Interlaken Inn
74 Interlaken Road,
Route 112
Lakeville, CT 06039
Phone: 1-800-222-290

"Guilford Art League, 61st Annual Juried Exhibition"

One of my two pieces accepted into the Guilford Art League's 61st Annual Juried Exhibition was granted the Art Emporium Award.


This piece is an oil painting I did using two 55 gallon oil drums, so it's a trid
imensional work (sculpture). I called it "Paradox of Plenty". To learn more about this piece go to:

http://www.corinadotdash.com/conceptual_abstractima
ges/paradox.htm




Mill Gallery
Guilford Art Center

on Route 77,
just north of Exit 58, I-95
Guilford, CT
Phone: 203.453.8897

Gallery Hours:
* Monday - Saturday 12-4 pm


This show continues on display through
Saturday, September 20th, 2008


"Why Not?!" Don't miss upcoming events!!!

Through Friday, October 24th, 2008

"Why Not?!"
an art Exhibition juried by Helen Klisser During and sponsored by The Women's Caucus for Art - CT Chapter, at the Burt Chernow Gallery in the Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT.

Women Artists Pushing on the Boundaries. The question "Why Not?!" suggests freedom, boundary-stretching, new possibilities. To what established "No!" do women artists respond: "Why Not?!" The works in this show are the responses of women as they engage the question with personal, historical or universal issues.

The exhibit was open to applications from women artists from the following states:
New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.

One of my mixed media collages was accepted into this exhibit, I call it "By the People, for the People",
here a
picture:

Exhibit Events:

"Lunch and Learn" guided tour: Thursday, September 18, from 12 to 1:30 pm. Upcoming!....don't miss out the opportunity to check out the collection at the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport:

12 noon: Meet in lobby outside Burt Chernow Gallery for lunch (Bring own lunch.) and a short film presentation
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.: Guided Tour of Housatonic collection with emphasis on women artists.
Artists in the collection include the famous NY School artist Elaine de Kooning, Lee Bontecou, Alice Baber, Rene Schumacher, Sylvia Sleight, Doris Cesar, Jane Freilicher, Jane Peterson. Current or one-time WCA-CT members in the museum: Ann Chernow, Camille Eskell, Suzanne Benton, Alberta Cifolelli, and CT feminist activist artist June Ahrens, as well as Susan Sharp.

Panel Discussion: Re-Invent: WHY NOT?! with artists, writers and other career-transforming women on Thursday, October 16, from 5:30 to 8 pm. * Save the Date!

5:30 – 6:30 p.m.: reception with the speakers in the Burt Chernow Gallery
6:45 – 8:00 p.m.: panel discussion in HCC's newly opened Beacon Hall

A panel of outstanding women will discuss how women re-invent their careers, themselves, their ways of working and problem-solving, and how they break boundaries and re-energize.

Panelists: Exhibit Juror, Helen Klisser During, former curator of the Silvermine Gallery, currently a consultant to collectors; singer and photographer, Suzanne Sheridan; Prill Boyle, best-selling author of Defying Gravity about late-blooming women; and former art journalist Lisa Paul Streitfeld, now a full-time writer & artist in NYC.

*All events are free and the panel discussion will include refreshments.

Housatonic Museum of Art
Burt Chernow Gallery
900 Lafayette Blvd.

Bridgeport, CT 06604

Phone: (203) 332-5200

17.7.08

Tomorrow...Awards & Closing Reception in NYC !!

Reception and Awards:

Friday, July 18, 2008, 6:00 to 8:00 pm

*
The Club Dining Room is open to exhibiting artists and their guests during the pendency of the exhibition.


Salmagundi Club
Forty-Seven Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003
Phone: (212) 255-7740

EXHIBIT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: 7 Days a Week, 1:00 to 5:00 PM, June 30 through July 18, 2008

For more information, check out my blog on July 16 titled: "31st Annual Non-Member Painting & Sculpture Exhibition"

"onVIEW"

Today was the opening reception of "onVIEW"; the Fifth Annual Arts Council Member's Show, presented by The Arts Council of Greater New Haven at Small Space Gallery, New Haven, CT.

I'm displaying one of my pastels. It's a still life I made during the winter, hence the very bright colors I used for this piece!!

The show will be on display until Friday, September 5th, 2008.
If you'd like to see a very broad range of artistic expressions, don't miss it!!

The Arts Council of Greater New Haven
Small Space Gallery
70 Audubon Street
New Haven, CT
Phone: (203) 772-2788

EXHIBIT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: Monday-Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.

16.7.08

Deacon Graves House Outdoor Exhibition in Madison, CT

I'm exhausted! Today I and a group of painters from the Madison Art Society came to the Deacon Graves House in Madison, CT to showcase our work all around the house’s lawn and barn. We were there all day from 10 am to 4 pm, plus the time it took for us to set up before ten and clean up afterwards. But it was all well worth.

We had a nice sunny day with a pleasant breeze. Many visitors came to see our work, the nicely maintained gardens in the property and the house, which was open for guided tours with open hearth cooking happening in the Tavern room. We couldn’t ask for more! We all felt transported in time...

A little history about the Deacon Greaves house:

"The Deacon John Grave Foundation was incorporated in 1983 to save the Deacon John Grave House from destruction. Since that time the foundation has worked tirelessly to restore and preserve this unique structure.

The Deacon John Grave House is special because its history is the story of seven generations of one Madison family, how they lived and died, their joys and sorrows and their continual struggle to make ends meet in a constantly changing society.

Seven generations of farmers, haulers, soldiers, innkeepers, shoemakers, dressmakers and weavers have tread on the time worn floorboards of the house. Seven generations kept amazingly meticulous entries in account books that tell their story, from early colonial beginnings to the twentieth century". (Taken from their website at: http://www.deaconjohngrave.org/)

"CORINA.-" an exhibition of sculptures by Corina S. Alvarezdelugo, presented by the Society of Connecticut Sculptors.

All summer long, through Labor Day weekend, you have the chance to see some of my sculptures all together in one show at the Interlaken Inn; in Lakeville, CT. Don’t miss it!!

The place is great with tons of activities to do and beautiful scenery, plus you get to see ten (10) of my sculptures at once!!!

The show is called "CORINA.-" and is presented by the Society of Connecticut Sculptors.


Interlaken Inn
74 Interlaken Road,
Route 112
Lakeville, CT 06039

Interlaken
Spikey
(at the Interlaken Inn)

"31st Annual Non-Member Painting & Sculpture Exhibition" at the Salmagundi Club in NYC

My scupture "mommy, Mommy, Mommy" has been accepted into the "31st Annual Non-Member Painting & Sculpture Exhibition" presented by The Salmagundi Club, in New York City.

This art exhibition of original oil, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, mixed media, and sculpture was juried by: Claudia Seymour, Sharon Way-Howard, S. Allyn Schaeffer, Marion Andrews, Del-Bouree Bach, Ellen Buselli, Ron Beuzenburg, Chris Ivers, and Rhoda Yanow. The Jurors for the Awards are: Konrad Hanselik, Pres., Am. Artists Professional League; Vincent Nardone, Pres., Audubon Artists, Thomas Valenti, Pres.; The Allied Artists of America.

Don’t miss the Reception and Awards: Friday, July 18, 2008, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Salmagundi Club
Forty-Seven Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003
Phone: 212-255-7740

EXHIBIT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC: 7 Days a Week, 1:00 to 5:00 PM, June 30 through July 18, 2008

Mommy, Mommy, Mommy

Mommy, Mommy, Mommy
stoneware and wood
15"h x 26"w x 26"d

*Honorable Mention at The Pen and Brush Galleries
61st Annual Sculpture Exhibition, NYC, 2007

*Special Recognition Merit Award at
the 10th Annual Contemporary Juried Online International Art Exhibition
hosted by Upstream People Gallery , 2008

A New Perspective On Politics at Artworks! Gallery in New Bedford, MA.

I have entered one of my sculptures in A New Perspective On Politics at Artworks! Gallery, New Bedford, MA. It was a juried exhibition that features artist representations of political figures contemporary and/or historical), with a unique approach to portraiture.

The exhibition features artists' representations of political figures such as George Bush, Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, Dick Cheney, Kim Jong-il, John Kerry, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, Teddy Roosevelt, George Washington, Mao Zedong and more... This is a fun exhibition, check it out before it ends!!

A New Persepective on Politics
Saturday, June 7 through Saturday, July 19

Artworks! Partners for the Arts & Community
384 Acushnet Ave,
New Bedford, MA 02740
Phone: 508-984-1588

Exhibiting Artists:
Wendy Allen New Milford, CT www.lincolnintoart.com painting
Corina Alvarezdelugoo Branford, CT www.corinadotdash.com ceramics
Catherine Carter Holliston, MA www.catherinecarterart.com painting
Jaesun Duggan Franklin, MA www.artanddiscord.com mixed media
Andrew Fladeboe Somerville, MA www.andrewfladeboe.com painting
Len Gerwick Marlborough, MA www.lengerwickpaintings.com painting
Patricia Gomes New Bedford, MA www.patriciagomes.com drawing
John Hooker Boston, MA www.johnhookerart.com mixed media
Jim Kilmartin Osterville, MA n/a colored pencil
Stephanie Maria Natick, MA n/a painting
Peter Myers Occidental, CA www.psmyers.com photogravure
Jennifer Pellecchia Menlo Park, CA www.jennicakes.com embroidery
Don Relyea Dallas, TX www.donrelyea.com digital print
Mike Ritter Dorcester, MA www.ritterbin.com photography
Jack Summers Detroit, MI n/a digital print
Adam Zucker Ardsley, NY www.adamzucker.com painting
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Here is a picture of my sculpture, in two views:



Constitutional Dictator
earthenware and epoxy
9”h x 12”w x 10”d
(with and without his red “boina”)

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