2-1-2 Juried Exhibition

Ridgefield Guild of Artists
Ridgefield, CT
A small group show consisting of 5 artists: 2 in the front gallery, 1 in the middle gallery and 2 more in the back gallery.

Opening Reception:  Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 4 – 6 pm
Closing:  Sunday, May 6

About our Juror:
Judith Tolnick Champa is an independent contemporary art curator and an experienced critic for national publications. She recently served as editor-in-chief of Art New England, a longstanding regional art magazine in Boston. Tolnick Champa was curatorial affairs director for Brown University’s David Winton Bell Gallery as well as director and curator for the former University of Rhode Island, Kingston Fine Art Center Galleries. She is a 2011 Leadership RI graduate, a member of ArtTable, and has served several terms on the board of the New England Museum Association (NEMA). She is currently collaborating with supporters to develop an ambitious program of art installations across our region, under the aegis of the Providence Biennial for Contemporary Art.
 

SAGA 84th Members Print Exhibtion


My etching, "Harlem - 125th Street Station" will be exhibited in the SAGA 84th Members Print Exhibition at The Syracuse University Art Galleries, New York next year.

Dates: August 16 - September 16, 2018

The Boston Printmakers 2017 North American Print Biennial


The Boston Printmakers celebrates 40 years: 1947 - 2017 with the exhibition:
"The Boston Printmakers 2017 North American Print Biennial"
The Lunder Arts Center, Lesley University, College of Arts and Design, Cambridge, MA
Exhibition: January 27th, 2018 - March 4, 2018
Opening: January 27th

Juror Judith Brodie, curator and head of American and modern prints and drawings at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Out of 1990 entries, 88 were accepted including my etching, "Under the Elevated"

Lecture: Drawing with Watercolors


October 18, 2017

Fairfield County Arts Association
DeAnn L. Prosia will be c
ombining watercolors with drawing for an exciting combination of rich layering, textures and movement.  She will start by laying down a loose watercolor painting then drawing an image on top.  By adding additional layers of watercolor and colored pencil a rich image will form.  This method is great for those who don’t want to make a mistake as any “mishaps” will become an exciting part of the painting.  

SCAN Demo - Drawing with Watercolor

Wednesday, August 23, 2017
1:30 at the Meeting House, Newtown, CT

DeAnn L. Prosia will be c
ombining watercolors with drawing for an exciting combination of rich layering, textures and movement.  She will start by laying down a loose watercolor painting then drawing an image on top.  By adding additional layers of watercolor and colored pencil a rich image will form.  This method is great for those who don’t want to make a mistake as any “mishaps” will become an exciting part of the painting.  
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