Juror for "open-theme | unconstrained" chose Moving Mountains for the exhibition.
May 31 to July 14, 2019 in the main gallery
Juror Catherine Courtier has selected fifty four images from forty eight artists for the juried exhibition "unconstrained". The exhibition will be on the walls until July 14, 2019.
A Smith Gallery
103 North Nugent Ave
Johnson City, Texas 78636
Friday and Saturday noon to 6 pm
Sunday noon to 3 pm
Reception: May 31, 7-9 pm
The exhibition opens on May 3rd, and the reception is during the Wichita Final Friday Art Crawl Evening, which will be Friday, May 31st from 7 – 9 p.m.
Included in the exhibit are "Tulips" and also "Wilted", "Geraniums", and "Bouquet".
Congratulations to you on being designated as one of the selected photographers to exhibit in the Flora International Exhibition.
Midwest Center for Photography
Wichita, KS 67203
Sightlines Arts and Culture Magazine
By Jeanne Claire van Ryzin
May 4, 2019
This year's tour is May 11-12 and May 18-19. And we have some recommendations
This year’s West Austin Studio Tour includes 374 participants. Big Medium, the tour’s non-profit organizing producer, categories that 374 into 108 artist studios, 58 guest artists (people exhibiting in other artists’ studios), 71 artists in exhibitions (artists showing in galleries or art spaces), 114 artists in temporary exhibitions (like at the Blue Genie Big Top and at the Neill-Cochran House Museum), 15 happenings and eight public libraries with exhibiting artists.
Running two-weekends, May 9-10 and May 18-19, all details of the free self-guided tour are here: http://west.bigmedium.org/index.html
If 374 things to see seems daunting, here’s our extremely short and selected list — in WEST numerical order — of mostly artist studios to consider checking out.
Carol Hayman —WEST #58
Photographer, printmaker and professor of anthropology, Hayman creates alluring photo intaglio prints of the Texas desert landscape. Her Clarksville studio is at 1001 Eason Street.
Brenda Evans, City Manager of Cedar Park invites you to see some of the Shadow People at the Cedar Park Public Library at 550 Discovery Blvd. Cedar Park Texas. Photo intaglio prints, printed at Slugfest Print Studio in Austin.
May through August 2019
Sunday, April 28th, from 5-8pm at Cindy Lisica Gallery, 4411 Montrose, Houston, TX 77006
Donating artists: James Surls, Terrell James, Frank Tolbert, Charles Criner, Elllen Verdon Winkler, Andis Applewhite, Shanti Conlan, Katherine Rhodes Fields, Cathie Kayser, Penny Cerling, Gissette Padilla, Janet Badger, Orna Feinstein, Chris Fitzgerald, Sharon Navage, Jill Parisi, Terry Svat, Leamon Green, Carol Hayman, Elvia Perrin, Grace Phillips, Kathy Trice, Cathy Savage, Melanie Wade Leslie, Marie Leterme, Anna Mavromatis, Eileen McClellan, Ann McIntyre, Cynthia Millis, Kelly Moran, Joelle Verstraeten, David Webb, Luisa Duarte, Deb Clise, Mary Lee Gray, Lucinda Cobley, Vivian Hordes, Nicole Wysocki
Texas Vignette, an alternative art fair that highlights the talent of female minds, showing work by women artists.
At the Women’s Museum Building, Fair Park, Dallas, April 9th – 14th
The curator for this year’s fair is Leslie Moody Castro.
Photo intaglio prints of spiritual icons
from around the world
An excerpt from Carol’s artist statement: “Seeking divine grace is a quest in many different religious traditions. In some ways that search is similar to creating a work of art. In the different steps in making a plate for an etching, each step produces a different state on its way to becoming a finished image.
“Statues and paintings, these art works by anonymous artisans, transcend the division between the sacred image and the profane stone or paint of their composition. They offer us glimpses into a vision of the mystical universe…. Our ancestors, the spirits, the saints, the divinities, are all around us, still taking an interest in our daily lives. Full of sublime compassion, they are watching over us.”
Carol Hayman is an award-winning photographer and printmaker who has exhibited widely in the United States and internationally. The themes of her work include the people and landscapes of different parts of the world. Her career as a Professor of Anthropology at Austin Community College served to inspire her distinctive photographs and photo-based intaglio prints. She has traveled many times to Latin America, where she organized study tours to Peru. Her art has been exhibited in Mexico City and Lima, and she was the featured artist in a print exhibition in Bulgaria. She also has visited Indonesia and Hong Kong. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including photographic and printing anthologies. Turning photographs into fine art prints is a laborious but satisfying printmaking process. One of her photographs of Peru was chosen to be an art billboard on display at various intersections in Austin. She is an active member of the Women Printmakers of Austin and other regional and international arts organizations.
Art Opening: States of Grace
Photo intaglio prints of spiritual icons from around the world
by Carol Hayman
Friday, March 1
The show will be up through April. If you miss the opening, call the Cove at (512) 451-0272
from Mon.-Fri. from 9-5 to check availability.
States of Grace
Prints by Carol Hayman
Meet the artist: Friday, March 1, 5:30 - 7 pm
Exhibition March through April, 2019
Seton Cove Spirituality Center
3708 Crawford, Austin, TX 78731