PERSONAL ACCOUNTS Exhibition
Enid Crow, Tim Estebrook, Tamara Thomsen
Reception Thursday April 4, 4-6pm
Long Island University Brooklyn Campus
Resnick Gallery, LLC Bldg.,
1 University Plaza (on Flatbush at DeKalb Ave.)
April 1 to April 27, Mon-Sun 8am to 9pm
A student-curated exhibition under the direction of Professor Hilary Lorenz
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Read BRIC Blog post April 3, 2013: College Class Uses BRIC Artist Registry to Curate School Exhibition
WATERCOLOR: PAINTINGS BY CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS
Release date: April 15, 2013, Chronicle Books
Preface by Sujean Rim, Introduction by Leslie Dutcher
Featuring artwork by twenty-one artists including me!
A quote from Leslie Dutcher's introduction:
". . . Thomsen's rooms, as well as her landscapes, give the viewer the perspective of being fully immersed in their spaces--in fact, her watercolors are unusually large, some nearly wall-sized. They further evoke the palette and sparseness of a van Gogh painting--the post-Impressionist painter also worked in watercolor and created many distinctive works less textured than the oil paintings that most associate with his oeuvre."
PARTICULAR VITRINES: JANUARY CRIMSONS
Public Art Installation
Lobby at 65 Broadway (Rector/Exchange Pl.) Manhattan
7 days/24 hours
Fine Art Print Program curated by Colab Projects produced seasonally for A.M. Properties
Particular Vitrines: January Crimsons is an installation of eight 40" x 50" Glicee fine art prints on view at the 65 Broadway (Rector/Exchange Pl.) main lobby in lower Manhattan .The panels are prints of enlarged details composed from Thomsen's original 45" x 57" watercolor painting titled January Crimsons.
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BROOKLYN NAVY YARD ARTS Open Studio with OPEN HOUSE NEW YORK Weekend
October 6-7, 12 to 5pm
my studio--again!--at the Brooklyn Navy Yadr
Please see: http://www.bnyarts.com for more informatio
BROOKLYN NAVY YARD ARTS participates in BROOKLYN MUSEUM
GO: a community-curated open studio project
September 8-9, 11am to 6pm
Visit my studio at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. For more information please see: http://www.bnyarts.com
UPDATE: NEW WORK AT THE STUDIO
Entwine, a trilogy: Esplanade for Lucy, January Crimsons (at right) and 5000 Roses are now complete. The landscape "view" is expanded in three new paintings.
Drawings: new 2011 Entwine drawings are added. Also see a new Checklist with information about the thirty-some studies, including availability and prices.
A Ruched Life, Paintings: watercolor paintings from the 2007 installation piece are featured and shown up-close. In this work see the precursors to the Chambers' interiors.
Around the Corner: All of the 2005 paintings on panels are gathered together. Also included is a checklist showing availability and prices.
20x200.com 20% off sale . . PLUS more
January 26 to January 30, 2012 11:59pm
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PARCEL Magazine Featured Artist
Parcel is a brand new literary journal featuring work by known and developing writers and artists. Parcel features images of my paintings in it's second issue. Each volume includes limited edition broadsides and postcards. In addition to publishing writers of national renown, Parcel aspires to bring added recognition to the vigorous writing community in and around Lawrence, Kansas, and will be produced and printed locally.
20% off all prints at 20x200.com
ends Monday June 20, 2011 at 11:59pm (midnight) ET
Through the Roof
New Archival Print Edition Release Date
THE NEW INTIMISTS at NurtureArt
Amy Lincoln | Günter Puller | Heejung Cho
Janelle Olah | Karen Tam
Mark Epstein | Tamara Thomsen
Group Exhibit curated by Samantha Friedman. She writes in her catalog essay:
In the last decade of the 19th century, the group of painters known as the Nabis blurred the distinction between high art and interior decoration with a new style of painting. Taking cues from Gauguin, Sérusier, and Puvis de Chavannes (and succeeded soon after by Matisse) artists like Vuillard, Bonnard, Denis and Roussel incorporated the all-over patterns of voguish Oriental carpets and Art Deco wallpaper into their compositions. continue reading, download pdf
View installation photos
Nurtureart, 910 Grand St., Brooklyn NY 11211
The New Intimists brochure (PDF)
MY STUDIO RELOCATES TO THE NAVY YARD
In March 2010 I moved my studio to the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard. I'm on the third floor of a 1903 structure. It's building #131 which my friend John Bartelstone told me was a former riggers shop. The east-facing windows in my space look out on an enormous sky, dry docks, Steiner Studios, and Wallabout Bay. continue reading . . .
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