|Corina S. Alvarezdelugo
sculptor - mixed media painter
classes - workshops - Demos
|NEWS - NEWS - NEWS|
OCTOBER - Breast Cancer Awareness Month
All proceeds from the sales of these pocket mirrors are donated to the
NEWS - NEWS - NEWS
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR 2013
Julia Pavon, director and curator of the beautiful Alexey VonSchlippe Gallery in Groton, CT, has invited Corina to exhibit her works there from June 7th through July 21, 2013
It is the beginning of Autumn around here, and with it, the changes have already started to happen. Though, all the seasons have their charm, Autumn is one of my favorite seasons because of the sudden firing explosion of colors. I believe it's nature's way of saying good night, right before going dormant for the winter...
As you probably know, in October, we celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month and there are always events planned to promote it. One of these events is IN THE PINK, a regional art exhibition at the Six Summit Gallery in Ivoryton, CT, and my sculpture Awareness was juried in! I'm so happy every time I get the chance to showcase this piece, as it not only brings an important message to all that see it, but it allows me to spread the message on Dense Breast Tissue, and how the current technology does not detect cancer cells in those types of breasts. Please read HERE.
If you're near by, don't miss our opening this coming Friday, 7pm, at the Six Summit Gallery in Ivoryton, CT (details below). It's going to be a fun and uplifting exhibition and you won't want to miss it!
Lately, I've been busy creating new artwork to show at the upcoming City-Wide Open Studios. We'll have our opening at ArtSpace gallery, early this Friday, at 5pm (details below) and I'll have the rest of my works at Erector Square, (Building 5, Second floor) the weekend of October 13-14. So look for me there!
Classes have started at my studio. For your information, I have two great classes for kids: a Little Artists class for 4-7 years old, and a Young Artists class for 8 to 12 years old. For adults, I have a wonderful group eager to learn more about Encaustic painting, and we meet Mondays, in the late afternoon. I also have a Ladies' Night Out with our Art Journaling classes on Wednesday nights. The perfect class for those who have never done art but want to do something different and fun!
I have also put together a Life Drawing group of artists that meet Monday mornings to draw from a model. This sessions have no instruction, as it is designed for those artists/students who want to share the expense of the model, so they can loose their hand at drawing the human figure.
All of these classes are on an on-going basis and there are still some spots left in all of them, so contact me if interested. Please visit my blog HERE and click on the appropriate tab on the top of the page. I'm also available for private instruction and consultations.
For those who have done encaustic but want more, and continuing with my guest artists workshops at my studio... Pennsylvania artist Lorraine Glessner is coming this month to teach her fabulous way to use mixed-media encaustic and mark making techniques. There are only a few spots left in her class, and you won't want to miss this unique opportunity. Sign up now before it's too late!! Please click HERE to learn more about this workshop.
Stay healthy and enjoy the beauty of the season,
Hope to see you aROUND in one or more of the exhibitions listed below,
|CITY-WIDE OPEN STUDIOS|
Opening Reception: Friday, October 5th, 5:00-8:00 PM
Celebrate the festival kickoff at an Opening Reception at Artspace Gallery with all the artists! The central hub exhibition features one work by each of the CWOS participating artists and is the place to pick up the Official Map & Guide. Free!
Location: Artspace, 50 Orange Street, New Haven, CT 06510 Gallery Open: Wed & Thurs 12-6pm, Fri & Sat 12-8pm Sun-Tuesday Closed
| IN THE PINK Regional Art and Breast Cancer Awareness Juried Show |
October 5th - 31st, 2012
Very excited to share that my sculpture "AWARENESS" was juried into this exhibition and will be on display to the public, once again.
Juried by Six Summit Gallery, Sally Jessy Raphael, Jacqueline Hubbard, Sonia Baghdady, Nancy Whitcher, Erica Tannen. Portions of proceeds of sales to benefit the new Dana-Farber Cancer Center at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Grand Reception: Friday, October 5th, 7-11PM
Location: Six Summit Gallery, 6 Summit St, Ivoryton, CT 06442. Phone: 860-581-8332 . www.sixsummitgallery.com
Image Attached: "Awareness" Stoneware & cedar sculpture by (c) Corina S. Alvarezdelugo
|The 65th Guilford Art League Annual Juried Exhibition
Through October 6, 2012
If you haven't done so, don't miss the last days to view this lovely exhibition. Juried by: Julia Pavon, curator/director of the Alexey Von Schlippe Gallery in Groton, CT
Location: Guilford Art Center, Mill Gallery, 411 Church Street, Guilford, CT
Image Attached: "Wax Machine" stoneware, encaustic, beeswax, oil stick, gold leaf. (c)2012 Corina S. Alvarezdelugo
|MAKE ART NOT WAR Artists Against Violence: Globally, Locally and Personally |
Through October 18, 2012
If you missed the opening, you can still visit this exhibition. Presented by City Lights Gallery, in collaboration with the World Artists Network and MIA Lipstick.
Poetry Workshop and Open Mic
Tuesday, October 9, 2012, "The Healing Power of Poetry" conducted by Teaching Poet: Reggie Marra
Workshop begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. Open Mic: 8:15. Suggested Donation: $5 RSVP, please: (203)334-7748
City Lights is a nonprofit, community based art organization located in downtown Bridgeport CT., easily accessible by Metro-North, Port Jeff Ferry, I-95 and the Merrit Parkway via the Route 25 Connector.
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Friday, 11:30AM - 5:00PM, Saturday, 11:30PM - 5:00PM or by appt
LNVA PRESENTS: LATIN VIEWS 2012 The 6th Biennial
Through October 26th, 2012 The opening was a great success and the events that followed it were excellent for networking for all the international artists that came. for the exhibit. Our works are printed out on a beautiful exhibition catalogue that is available for purchase at the gallery.
So stop by and visit this varied and exciting exhibition, by visual artists whose roots lie in countries where the Romance languages are spoken (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, France, French Polynesia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Italy, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Spain, Uruguay, United States of America and Venezuela.)
Location: The Alexey von Schlippe Gallery of Art at the Branford House Mansion, on the Avery Point campus of the University of Connecticut. 1084 Shennecossett Road, Groton, CT 06340. Phone: 860-405-9052
The gallery hours are Wed. - Sun. 12-4 pm
Image Attached: PANGAEA 20-12 (detail), encaustic, paper, ink, thread, gold leaf. (c) 2012 Corina S. Alvarezdelugo
CITY-WIDE OPEN STUDIOS:
ERECTOR SQUARE WEEKEND
Saturday and Sunday, October, 13th & 14th, 2012,
12:00-5:00pm both days.
Erector Square acts as a hub of artistic activity in Fair Haven. A high concentration of artist studios-housed in a former Erector Set factory-make it an especially exciting place to be during Open Studios. Explore the studios of hundreds of local artists on your own or through a guided tour. ArtSpace volunteers will be on hand with maps, schedules of demonstrations and directions for visitors.Location: Erector Square, 315 Peck Street, New Haven, CT. I'll be on Building 5, Second Floor. Look for my name and follow the signs!
|11th ANUAL STATE LATIN AMERICAN ART EXHIBIT Celebrating the Hispanic Heritage Month in the State of Rhode Island.
October 1st - 26th, 2012
Presented by the Department of Administration's Human Resources Outreach & Diversity Office, in partnership with the Office of the Governor, and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. Curated by Balam Soto, also exhibiting along with selected talented New England artists.
Artists Reception: Thursday, October 18th, at 6:30pm
Performance by the internationally recognized: Alturas Duo
Location: The Atrium Gallery, Administration Building Lobby, One Capitol Hill, Providence, RI 02908 (Pink building across from the State House - Smith Street)
|MIXED-MEDIA ENCAUSTIC & MARK-MAKING
with visiting artist from Pennsylvania, Lorraine Glessner
Saturday, October 20, Sunday, October 21, and Monday, October 22
10:00 to 4:00 each day, at my studio.
This workshop takes the exciting combination of fiber and encaustic far beyond straightforward collage to include innovative materials and mark-making techniques. Working on wood, paper and fabric, participants will explore the mark-making possibilities of rust and compost printing as well as branding (creating marks and patterns with fire, heated metal tools and objects). With an emphasis on mixed media, participants are encouraged to respond to these marks utilizing various encaustic techniques as well as other media. Participants will also combine encaustic with the textural possibilities of heated Tyvek fabric and papers. The heating of this polyester-based material with an iron or heat gun renders it malleable, thus creating highly textured and sculptural surfaces in combination with encaustic, other collage materials and stitch. Other materials covered in this workshop include the layering possibilities of instant indigo (freeze-dried indigo dye) and drawing with horse and human hair. Open to those with an intermediate to advanced level of encaustic experience, participants are encouraged to step out of their current comfort zone by a series of thought provoking exercises designed to increase their ability to create, see and respond to mark-making, to utilize a variety of styles and media, to draw intuitively and to integrate this new information creatively. A slide lecture discussing the historical and contemporary applications of encaustic, fiber and mark-making will be shown.
Cost: $340.00 + $25.00 Materials Fee
Details at: corinadotdash.blogspot.com/p/guest-artist-workshops.html
Only a few spots left, don't miss the opportunity to take this fabulous workshop... SIGN UP NOW!
Image Attached: Shift, 16x16x1. Encaustic, mixed media on rusted and branded silk on wood, (c)2011 Lorraine Glessner
|WAX + COLOR = ENCAUSTIC PAINTING |
One-Day hands-on Intensive at the Arts Center Killingworth
Sunday, November 11th, 10am-4pm
Explore the luminous beauty and versatility of encaustic art- painting with molten beeswax, mixed with Damar resin and pigments. Learn how this ancient technique can offer you many exciting and creative possibilities!
You will learn a variety of techniques including how to build layers and texture, fuse, stencils, embed objects, incise, image transfer, collage and much more. No matter your current medium or genre, from representational to abstract artist, encaustic has lots to offer. You will also learn how to easily and inexpensively incorporate encaustic into a regular studio practice.
Open to all levels, as there is plenty of time to work independently with individual instruction, as needed. Bring a smock and a bagged lunch.
For more info about this class and to register, please contact: Arts Center Killingworth, 276 N. Parker Hill Road | Killingworth, CT. 06419
(860) 663-5593 | e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org , for their website click
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