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The Animal That Lives In Your Heart by Kara Maria will be included in this exhibit which features artists who have had, or imagine they have had, revelatory encounters with other animals.
This is Donna’s second year at this western-themed show and an unlikely show for her, being a coastal painter.
Brandt-Roberts Galleries, in partnership with Columbus College of Art and Design (CCAD), will feature an exhibition of five CCAD Alumni represented by the gallery, in conjunction with the 140th Anniversary of CCAD.
Work by CHF Accelerator Fellow Karen Whitman will be on display at the 106th Annual Exhibition presented by The Allied Artists of America, Inc.
Local Catch by CHF Accelerator Fellow Donna Lee Nyzio, is traveling to New York City for the 106 Allied Artists of America Exhibition.
CHF Accelerator Fellow Tim Saternow, is traveling to New York City for the 106 Allied Artists of America Exhibition. Tim was awarded Elected Member status in 2012.
This is the 4th year for the juried exhibit The Bicycle: Art Meets Form. The exhibit will feature art that relates in some way to bicycles or cycling, and includes 2 paintings by CHF Accelerator Fellow Steven Lester.
Kara Maria will be included in this exhibition of works that invoke strangeness and resonate with the spirit of Surrealism.
This juried show, California Sculpture: Works from Northern and Southern California Communities, features the works of 14 contemporary sculptors including work by CHF Accelerator Fellow Manuelita Brown.
CHF Accelerator Fellow Karen Whitman will be featured in the group exhibition Contemporary Art: Society’s Mirror, which will be on display until mid-year 2020.
This online exhibition presents outstanding art and statements by more than 50 artists from around the world and features a range of styles and mediums, including CHF Accelerator Fellow Terri Albanese.
Mark Moore Fine Art presents Nevertheless which features 12 paintings by CHF Accelerator Fellow Kara Maria. This online solo exhibition includes a variety of work from 2001-2015.