Friday, May 8th- Sunday, May 17th
Opening Reception, plus Silent Auction!
Opening Reception: Friday, May 8th, 6-9pm
Art has always been used as a form of personal expression. In the next show at the WAH Center (Williamsburg Art and Historical Center), we will explore the myriad ways in which artists use their work to express interiority and the methods through which they define and represent themselves.WAH Bridges Self is an open prompt to consider the nature of how we use art to represent ourselves and how creative process defines or shapes our self-perception.
WAH Bridges Self is a multi-media group exhibition dedicated to presenting the work of artists seeking to express, define, and complicate the notion of self-expression. Based on the Bridge Concept envisioned by WAH Center Founder & Artistic Director, Yuko Nii, the aim is to create a bridge between the WAH Center and the chosen artists’ self-expression, and through this show, to create a bridge between the artists shown.
Jacob Ackerson, Eleanor Adam, Kayo Albert, Ayako Bando, Helene Berson, Benjamin Bohnsack, Bienvenido Bones Banez Jr., Jana Charl, Cecilia Charlton, JF Cook, Daniel Crews, Valeriy Dyshlov, Julie Eisenberg Pittman, Marcella Ernest, Mary Fagan, Naoaki Funyayama, Glen Goodenough, Mikhail Gubin, Haechang Sun, Susan Handewerker, Natsuko Hattori, Rachel Heinold, Iku Higuchi, Susan Jacobs, Annette Jaret, Cornelia Jenson, Yuko K, Michelle Avery Konczyk, Frank Krasicki, Gudrun Latten, Imara Moore, Wendy Moss, Kenichi Nakajima, Soumya Netrabile, Sara Nili, Katsura Okada, Yasuaki Okamoto, Lauren Packard, Cathleen Parra, Donna Powers, Tina Psoinos, Nancy Raen-Mendez, Bryan Reedy, Sweet Samson, Larry Scaturro, Amanda Scotto, Tingleguts, Hui Tsai, Jania Vanderwerff, Jeff Watts, Joshua Weeks, Aneta Wegrzyn, Mary Westring
Plus: “Silent Auction- Small Works Under $200,” in the Small Gallery
We offered accepted artists an opportunity to sell works in a silent auction in the small gallery. The Silent Auction is a fantastic opportunity for collectors to buy affordably priced, smaller works from the artists shown in the main gallery.
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