The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club’s 120th Annual Juried Open Exhibition

My painting, Viviann is currently being shown in the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club’s 120th Annual Juried Open Exhibition. It is always a delight to be included in this wonderful show in such an outstanding venue. Please visit the exhibition if you have the chance – there is some terrific work, by some very talented artists, being shown!

The exhibition is on view in the Grand and Gregg galleries of the National Arts Club, located at 15 Gramercy Park South, NYC, and is open to the public from November 29th through December 16th, 2016 – Monday through Friday, 10 AM – 5 PM and weekend hours 12 noon – 5PM. The Sculpture Gallery is open seven days a week from 12 noon – 5 PM. (Hours are subject to change. Please call the N.A.C. at 212.475.3424 to inquire prior to visiting.) 

This is an exhibition of art in a variety of media by women artists competing from all over the United States, Canada, and Europe.

I was honored to learn that my painting, Viviann has been awarded the Dorothy Barberis Memorial Award. (I think Viviann would be pretty happy about it, too.)

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Viviann – 9×6″ Oil on Linen Panel – Awarded the Dorothy Barberis Memorial Award

On Friday, December 9th, 5:30 – 8PM, a benefit reception will be held in support of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Travel and Research Fund of the American Wing. There is a minimum $25 donation per person. This reception is open to the public.

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About the club:

The Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club is one of the oldest women’s art clubs in the country and was founded in 1896 in honor of Ms. Wolfe, a prominent New York philanthropist and an avid art collector.

Ms. Wolfe was the only woman among the 106 founders of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Club’s home base, where monthly meetings are held, is the historic Grace Church on Broadway in New York City. The club’s original function was to provide aid and counsel to women art students who found life in New York a struggle. In the 1950’s the Club’s focus shifted to serving women artists of professional standing throughout the United States. The Club now organizes exhibitions, lectures, scholarships and other art related activities. Today’s Members are represented in museums, galleries and prestigious art collections all over the world.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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