“Artists, when they are truly that, access what I call an inner creative fluidity,” writes Deborah Winiarski. “It is their highly creative and intuitive thoughts and emotions, together with their skill, expertise, and experience that make Art possible. The creative life is never static. It is a forever evolving, fluid, and vibrant way of being.” Winiarski’s post “Fluidity” appears on the quarterly online publication ProWax Journal.
Anne Stanner’s Mostly Metal, a solo exhibition, opens at the Tompkins Square Branch of the New York Public Library (331 East 10th Street) on April 1 and continues through April 30, 2015.
Paperazzi IV is a group show that opens at Janet Kurnatowski Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) on January 16 and continues through February 15, 2015. You can see work by over one hundred artists, including Peter Reginato’s drawing 4-17-14, at the opening, this Friday, January 16, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Ellen Eagle’s self-portrait, Each Time, and Again is now on view in Face to Face: Artists’ Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch, Jr., at the Baker Museum (Naples FL). She will be giving two workshops on the portrait in pastel: one at the Vivien Ressler North Light Studio in San Diego (CA), February 9–13, 2015, and a second at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art (PAFA), June 15–19. For more information, consult her redesigned website.
Twenty Years is the title of Pat Lipsky’s upcoming solo exhibition at Acme Fine Art (Boston, MA), which opens March 5 and continues through April 19, 2015.