Southern California Women’s Caucus For Art Exhibition May 2

SCWCA Presents

Wilderness Mind:   Activating Wonder          

May 2 – May 17, 2015                             

Modest Fly Art Studio Gallery                 

7578 Foothill Blvd.   

Tujunga, CA 91042   

Southern   California   Women’s   Caucus   for   Art      

SandraMueller@charter.net   /   310 459‐1948

                                                

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Artist Danielle Eubank  “The Brooklyn Bridge 3”

              

Women Artists Launch Wilderness Conversation      

                  

LOS   ANGELES, CA (April 18, 2015).  The Eco ­Art Collective of the Southern California Women’s Caucus for Art (SCWCA)  presents Wilderness Mind: Activating Wonder, a provocative multi‐generational exhibition that will open at Modest Fly Studio Art Gallery on May 2, 2015. Works by the sixteen participating artists assert that an open state of mind or what is often called “wonder” can be experienced in both traditional wilderness areas and in dense urban habitats. Some artwork celebrate the existing beauty and diversity of the planet while others acknowledge how human activity changes and often negatively impacts the environment. The diverse works range from assemblage, photography, hand-made books and paintings as well as a collaborative “Drought” installation by 12 artists that was recently featured at the Balance UnBalance International Conference at Arizona State University. Writings and resources that present the multiple concerns of the participating artists are also offered. Curator Marie Cenkner shared that the exhibition is part of an ongoing “Wilderness Mind” initiative by the collective that includes exhibitions, programs and public conversations to foster sustainable stewardship. A community conversation moderated by artist Suvan Geer with area activists will accompany the exhibition.       

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Participating artists: Carolyn Applegate, Amy Bauer, J. Cheryl Bookout, Marie Cenkner, Danielle Eubank, Ann Isolde,     

Katherine Kean, J.J. L’Heureux, Nancy Lissaman, Meg Madison, Marion Melchiorre, Sandra Mueller, Annemarie Rawlinson,

Seda Saar, Louise Wannier, France White.            

 

MARIE CENKNER is a curator, photographer and animator with an MFA from the University of Illinois, Campaign.  

 

Opening & Curator’s Talk   

Saturday,  May 2, 2015, 5-7 pm

                  

Community Conversation & Closing                 

Sunday, May 17, 2‐4 pm

Moderator Suvan Geer with Joe Barrett and Dean Wallraff

 

ABOUT THE ECO­ART COLLECTIVE                         

The Eco-art Collective is an activist group of environmental artists, curators and writers that explores the many connections between creative and environmental practices through exhibitions, educational programs, writings and public actions.     Visit wildernessmind.org

 

ABOUT THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WOMEN’S CAUCUS FOR ART (SCWCA)         

Women’s Caucus for Art is the leading national organization for women in the visual arts professions. Founded in 1976, the        Southern                 California chapter provides programs, workshops, exhibitions and recognition opportunities.  Visit scwca.org.                             

 

 

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