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You’re Invited – “Rescue Me” : A Collaborative Event With The Humane Society Of Westchester


transFORM Gallery announces their art exhibit for the Summer season, “Rescue Me”, a juried show and fundraiser in collaboration with the Humane Society of Westchester at the transFORM Showroom and Gallery in New Rochelle, NY. The Opening Reception will be held on Saturday, July 9th, from 3-7pm at 20 Jones Street. The show will be on display from July 9th through September 24, 2016.

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Opening Reception will include work by 15 artists from across the region & a gal from Idaho! 10 % of all artwork sales will be donated to The Humane Society of Westchester. $5 Pony Rides from 4PM – 6PM sponsored by LWS Homecare & SERVPRO, food provided by SACCONE’S Pizzeria of New Rochelle and a DOGS & KITTENS MEET & GREET. $5 – $10 SUGGESTED DONATION FOR ENTRY. 

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 In an effort to raise awareness for the compassionate care and treatment of animals, transFORM Gallery extended an open call to artists for artwork animal themed in nature – both wild and domestic. After receiving dozens of applications, the transFORM Gallery committee carefully made their selections for the upcoming show…

Screen Shot 2016-03-24 at 12.22.01 PMtransFORM Gallery is excited to welcome the work of Forrest (B.F.) Sheperd, Nicole Molinari, Miriam Schulman, Susanne Reece, Bruce Withers, Laura Yager and Amelia Jones to their juried exhibition.

Additionally, “Rescue Me” will feature artwork from transFORM Gallery’s standing artists, Alexander Rutsch, Gina Kingsley, Paula Barragan, Jesse Sanchez, Pasquale Miele, Lubomir Tomaszewski, B.A. D’Alessandro, Kathy Rutsch, and Alexa Grace.

 

Please RSVP to info@transformgallery.com. 
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About the Humane Society Of Westchester:

The Humane Society of Westchester, founded in 1911 as the New Rochelle Humane Society, is a non-profit “organization dedicated to creating living environments that are not just shelters, but a transitional homes for stray, lost, abandoned, injured, and abused animals, until they can ultimately be placed in loving permanent homes. Through promotion of successful pet adoption, animal population control, and public education of animal welfare issues, they advanced our beliefs that pet ownership is a lifetime commitment.”

 

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Calling Artists For An Animal Themed Exhibition


transFORM Gallery will present an animal themed exhibit at our New Rochelle Showroom & Gallery on 20 Jones Street. Rescue Me will be on display from July 9 to September 10, 2016. The Opening Reception will be held on Saturday July 9th, in collaboration with the Humane Society of Westchester.

 

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In an effort to raise awareness for the compassionate care and treatment of animals, transFORM Gallery is hosting a fundraiser for the Human Society of Westchester. Artwork, animal themed in nature, both wild and domestic, will be accepted for consideration.
 
Artists may submit original two- and three-dimensional wall-hung work, in all media, not to exceed a hanging weight of 20 pounds. Sculptures will also be eligible for acceptance.

 

The work must also meet the following requirements:

 

  • All work must be submitted via high-res photo, in 300 dpi format.
  • An artist bio, headshot, resume and price list should be attached as well. The price list must include an image of the piece with its corresponding title, medium, size and price.
  • All work submitted must be available for exhibiting for the duration of the exhibit.
  • Substitutions will not be allowed. Final work will be selected by the transFORM Gallery Committee.
  • Artists must enter their submission by the May 27th deadline.
  • Artists must also be available to attend the Opening Reception on July 9th. The event will run from 3-7pm.

 

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Artists will be notified by June 6th and must deliver their work on June 27th.

The exhibition runs July 9, 2016 to September 10, 2016.

This is an offur impawsible to refuse – send your submissions in today! :)

B.A. D’Alessandro


Little Spontaneity

Little Spontaneity

Steel
H 11" x W 7" x D 5"
$450

Bat Out Of Hell

Bat Out Of Hell

Steel
H 11" x W 12.5" x D 4.5"
$650

Feather In The Cap

Feather In The Cap

Steel
H 17.5" x W 9.5" x D 5"
$400

Cherry Strike

Cherry Strike

Steel
H 11.5" x W 6" x D 6"
$850

Floating Tepee

Floating Tepee

Steel
H 13" x W 7" x D 6.5"
$850

 

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“Every time I step into the studio to weld I am excited at the prospect of making a new sculpture; I look forward to the process. The challenge of taking an industrial product, cutting and fabricating shapes, then welding them together to create a strong, three-dimensional design brings joy to my soul. There is nothing more invigorating than playing with steel.”

B.A. attended two Westchester County colleges, receiving an Associate of Arts degree at Briarcliff College and a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors in Studio Art with an emphasis in sculpture at Marymount College. B.A. studied welding techniques at Silvermine Art Center, New Canaan with David Boyajian and followed him to his studio at The Sculpture Barn in New Fairfield, Connecticut.

B.A. D’Alessandro has created sculptures in a variety of materials, but has been concentrating on steel for the last twenty years. Steel lends itself well to straight lines, angles and curves; the influence of geometric shapes is apparent in her sculptures. Taking “pre-formed” stock pieces of steel, the artist arranges and organizes them to create strong, balanced structures. Painting them black gives each its own elegance. Adding color in the past few years to selected pieces has given them a new boldness.