Contemporary art and dance interact at the University of Tulsa
"Recently at the Alexandre Hogue Gallery was an exhibition by Cathy Breslaw, "Material Visions" a mixed media installation. During this exhibition the Advanced Dance Repertory Class came to the gallery and were so moved by the exhibition that each performer chose a piece of Cathy's work that inspired them and they choreographed their own portion of the dance as well as choreographing it together as a group dance. The group came to the gallery and performed their dance and we were lucky enough to have been able to film their performance. We would like to thank Cathy Breslaw for her beautiful art that inspired these young performers. We would also like to thank Professor Jessica Vokoun from the Theater Department for guiding these students in their journey of being inspired by art. We would like to thank the performers for their hard work, imagination, and creativity: Harley Dixon, Sara Drost, Maggie O'Gara, Lizzy Rainey, Jillian Schlecht, and John Yuan." Lora Hodge Art Department, University of Tulsa
"I was so touched that my work inspired feelings in others, and to see this played out in the form of 'dance' is a blessing and a gift."
More of my work can be seen at my next exhibition 'Imaginings' which will be held at the beautiful contemporary art gallery Rose Gallery, on the campus of Francis Parker School, San Diego California. I am planning a large central installation called 'Dream Scape'.
The show opens with a reception on Thursday, April 2nd from 4:00 - 6:00 pm. The public is welcome and the show will be on view through May 7th.
ART WYNWOOD ACHIEVES RECORD SUCCESS AND ATTENDANCE IN ITS FOURTH YEAR
Major Collectors from New York, Miami and Abroad Make Important Acquisitions
Miami (February 19, 2015) - Art Wynwood, the annual Presidents Day Weekend art fair, presented over 60 galleries, from 9 countries representing over 25 cities, featured a wide breadth of quality works from both established and mid-career cutting edge artists. The Fourth Edition reported record attendance, attracting over 35,000 enthusiasts and some of the world's most prominent collectors; as well as a strong show of patrons from the international clientele in town for the Yacht & Brokerage Show. Art Wynwood has secured its position as the most important contemporary art fair in the southeast during the winter months by offering the most discerning international collectors, art enthusiasts and seasoned cultural travelers the best opportunity to discover, explore and collect some of the most significant art works of our time.
"The City of Miami and The Wynwood Arts District continues to deliver for our participating dealers while quenching the thirst of an active international art collecting community who are visiting or residing in South Florida each winter," said Nick Korniloff, Executive VP of Art Miami LLC. "This past weekend proved that Miami continues to develop as a serious cultural destination outside the month of December".
"For the fourth edition of Art Wynwood, the enthusiasm, focus and momentum of our local, regional and international galleries has made the fair an exceptional success," said Grela Orihuela, Art Wynwood Fair Director. "Our clear determination was to continue to grow and shape this fair into an event embodying the tremendous art character and talent of its Miami roots."
Christie's International Real Estate hosted an interactive booth at the entrance of Art Wynwood, exhibiting international luxury residential real estate offerings, and a new addition to the fair was a special exhibition titled SOLO Miami where a selection of local galleries, including Emerson Dorsch, GUCCIVUITTON, Primary, Fredric Snitzer Gallery and Spinello Projects, exhibited side-by-side to present solo exhibitions premiering exciting new work by consequential local artists.