Current Exhibitions

Currently available for loan to museum and exhibition spaces.

Dufy by Design: The Fabric Designs of Raoul Dufy

The exhibition offers an unprecedented view of the oeuvre of Raoul Dufy and his versatility  in working in numerous media.

The fine art and fabric designs of Dufy demonstrate his profound sensitivity that springs from a joyful meditation and radiates a sense of elation and joie de vivre. He discovered an infinite richness in daily life and his creative imagination, his fantasy, and his mental energy, all combined to produce a visual poetry that glorifies life in all its manifestations.

Included are 50 fabric designs in watercolor and gouache by Raoul Dufy, 50 examples of early 20th centu;ry silk fabrics designe by Dufy; 25 dresses using fabrics designed by Dufy.

More information about the exhibition is available here

http://dufybydesign.com/index.php

 

What Goes Around … Comes Around :  Transforming Found Objects into Art

A touring exhibition of 70 artworks selected from the LanfillArt Collection.

See here for a preview:

https://magic.piktochart.com/output/12263416-what-goes-around

What Color is Your Dream?

A playful and learning experience for children about recycling and creativity -– where 70 artists and craftspeople from around the world have recycled and transformed discarded and abandoned hubcaps into unique and unusual works of art.

    

Artworks above:  Many-A-Nights-When, by Kim Shuckhart Gunns;   In the Beginning, by Joanne Honschopp;   Untitled by Lindsay Shepherd

With this project we celebrate our common love of creativity and the planet, by sharing extraordinary and unique artworks that are from the LandfillArt Collection.  The exhibition shows how creativity is universal around the world and that everything can be transformed into original art.  It shows how creativity is something that holds this earth together and brings us all closer.

A companion guide will give instructions about how artists are using recycling and found objects to create works of art. The guide will show each of the 70 artworks, information on how the artist created the work (media, etc.) and other information about the artist Other items in the guide will be pages for coloring, and project pages with ideas for recycling

Cartouche by Ellen Mahnken, from Palenville, New York. As a multi-media artist and designer, she works in many mediums including paint, fiber, glass, assemblage and graphics.

The guide and exhibition will highlight artists and other creative people who have come together from many different countries to work on one universal goal with love and creativity.

We are seeing more and more violence and hate spreading through the world. With all of the  horrifying events in the news, most of the time we never have a chance to recognize and focus on the beautiful things that are part of our extraordinary planet and artworks that are being created by a community united for a common goal. The project highlights the creativity and positive transformation that is changing the world, and teaches how recycling is an important way to contribute to this transformation.  The planet is becoming a world of black or white – we want to turn it into a world of many colors as the artist sees it

For more information about this exhibition or if you would like to bring it to your community, please contact Shirley Reiff Howarth at  exhibitionsonline@earthlink.net

The Rain Forest by Steve Gray of Hermosa Beach, California. Steve is a children’s book illustrator.

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