Leslie Friedman Prints at SOIL

Leslie Friedman Prints at SOIL LOST IN TRANSIT Start             3.3.16 End               4.2.16 Reception    3.3.16, Thursday, 6-8 pm SOIL 112 3rd Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 264-8061 Hours: Thu-Sun 12-5pm http://soilart.org/exhibitions/lost-in-transit/   Lost in Transit explores mythologies of disappearance, the anxiety of travel, and the precarious nature of man-made structures in the work of eighteen Philadelphia artists. Using H. John Thompson’s 2014 sculptural project Holding Our Own (2014), the focus of which is the legend of DB Cooper, the only unsolved airline hijacking in US history, as a jumping-off point,…

Robin Bloom Suggests ‘Vivianus’

Robin Bloom Suggests ‘Vivianus’ WHYY’s NewsWorks.org lists Leslie Friedman’s show atop a bunch of Pop Art related events in and around Philadelphia Along with “International Pop” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and “More than Fifteen Minutes of Fame: Warhol’s Prints and Photographs” at Zimmerli, Bloom suggests Vivianus at Delaware contemporary: Influenced by Pop art, the Philadelphia artist explores human identity, belonging, and evolution. Utilizing printmaking and mixed media to present politically and socially subversive content for a colorful presentation on a utopian island where outcasts communicate through rock music and immerse themselves in indulgent individualism… To read more of…

Leslie Friedman’s “Go Home” at NAPOLEON

Go Home An installation of new work by NAPOLEON founder Leslie Friedman Home is the place where we find comfort, shelter, and sanctuary. But what if you aren’t allowed to truly unpack? Go Home is an installation that explores the ache of impermanence and the universal need to settle in. Opening Reception First Friday, March 4th 6pm – 10pm NAPOLEON 319 N 11th Street, 2L Philadelphia, PA Exhibition Dates: 3.4.16 – 3.25.16 Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 2pm – 6pm or by appointment http://www.napoleonnapoleon.com  

Leslie Friedman’s “Bae” in By and About Women: celebrating the female spirit at R Dixon Gallery, Seneca Falls, New York

Much has been written and sung about the power, love, passion, strength, creativity, and tenacity of women. The R Dixon Gallery invites you to submit original artwork that expresses your interpretation of the female spirit…visually translating relationships and perceptions of mothers, sisters, daughters, lovers, friends, or yourself. The “By and About Women: celebrating the female spirit” exhibit is displaying original art that best reflects a unique, visual consideration of the theme. There will be two cash awards: $250 for “Best in Show” and $250 for “People’s Choice” recognition. Exhibit Dates: June 3, 2015 thru July 6, 2015 Opening Reception and…

Other Selections: Local Artists Respond to the Museum Collection

May 1 – July 18, 2015 Philadelphia, PA: The Center for Art in Wood embarks on new terrain with its spring exhibition, a collaboration with young, local artists who work in diverse media – drawing, sculpture, printmaking, video, and photography – everything, in fact, except wood. The 18 Philadelphia-based artists have selected one or more pieces from the Center’s Museum Collection to serve as a point of departure for new artwork, including animation, kinetic sculpture, book art, and large scale installations. In this exhibition and in other initiatives, the Center seeks to make the collection an engine for creative activity. Artists: Jaime…

Spring Gala Exhibition

Spring Gala Exhibition Main Line Art Center, 746 Panmure Road Haverford, PA May 2, 2015 – Jun 7, 2015 Opening Reception: Preview Party: Friday, May 1, 6:30 – 10 pm Artist Reception: Saturday, May 30, 1-3 pm Art lovers rejoice!  Whether you’re looking for art to bring inspiration to your workspace, breathe fresh air into your home, or something special for someone special in your life…we have just the thing (or two!) for you.  The Spring Gala Exhibition features professional 2 and 3-D works in a variety of styles and price points.  Proceeds benefit our programs, including Accessible Art programs…

PROCLAMATION! POP

PROCLAMATION! POP April 18 – June 12, 2015 James Oliver Gallery, 732 Chestnut Street, 4th Floor, Philadelphia, PA Opening Reception: Saturday, April 18, 6-10pm FEATURING WORKS BY: Kim Alsbrooks, Colin Brennan, Pete Checchia, Len Davidson, Helene, English, Leslie Friedman, Wendy Greenberg, Cheryl Harper, Mark Havens, Delia King, Wendee Koren, Darren Methlie, Mark Price, Annie Stone, Ali Thompson, & Shira Walinsky Featuring jewelry designs by Mira Ramchandani Curated by Aubrey M Loftus We are thrilled to present Proclamation! Pop, a show that will truly exhibit the depth and variety of Pop Art offered by artists in Philadelphia and beyond. Join us…

City Suburban News Runs Image of “Dime”

The City Suburban News ran a little article about the Professional Artist Member Exhibition at the Main Line Art Center. With a nice big colored featured image on the front page, Dime stood out. To read the article, look at the JPEG below or click the link to the PDF of the entire issue. The article starts at the bottom of the front page and continues on page six.

Professional Artist Members Exhibition at the Main Line Art Center

Professional Artist Members Exhibition Dates: Jan 15, 2015 – Feb 11, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, January 16, 5:30 – 7:30 pm image credit: Leslie Friedman, Dime, 2014. Main Line Art Center is proud to present the work of a selection of Professional Artist Members in our award-winning galleries.  Juried by esteemed artist James Sherman Brantley, internationally recognized contemporary artist and Philadelphia native, the exhibition features painters, photographers, sculptors, and mixed media artists from the Greater Philadelphia area.  The Professional Artist Membership Program provides a select group of artists with a variety of exhibition, educational, and networking opportunities that enrich and…

Bridgette Mayer Gallery: 2014 Benefit Exhibition for BalletX

2014 Benefit Exhibition for BalletX   On view: September 5 – October 4, 2014  Bridgette Mayer Gallery presents: 2014 Benefit Exhibition for BalletX On view: September 5 – October 4, 2014 Opening Reception: September 5, 2014 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.  The exhibition will feature work by over 250 artists! For more information click For a preview of available works, please contact: rsvp@bridgettemayergallery.com Gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m & by appointment. For pricing, images or additional exhibition information please contact t: 215 413 8893 e: bmayer@bridgettemayergallery.com Bridgette Mayer Gallery Holds Benefit Exhibition Supporting Philadelphia Dance…