Women's March 2018 and Collaboration with Du Good Press

I (and three other artists) collaborated with the ladies over at @dugoodpress on poster art for Women’s March Anniversary 2018 (@womensmarch). I’m super excited about this collabo! Each artist got to choose a non-profit to donate the proceeds to, I selected @widerainboworg. I love what they do, check them out. The posters are for sale tomorrow at @foxfodderfarm store from 2-8pm @canalstreetmarket 

KATE PANE Bio: Kate Pane is a visual artist, teaching artist, and studying art therapist. Her practice explores the intersection between personal narrative, painting, clinical psychology, art education, and activism. She brought art as therapy to incarcerated youth, and is working on her thesis: an exploration of the effectiveness of textile manipulation, costume building and the therapeutic relationship to influence identity formation with adults who are mentally ill and chemically addicted. Print: Treat all humans with kindness, patience, and consideration. Everyone is equal. Charity: “Artistic Noise exists to bring the freedom and power of artistic practice to young people who are incarcerated, on probation, or otherwise involved in the justice system. Through visual arts and entrepreneurship programs in Massachusetts and New York, our participants give voice to their experiences, build community through collaborative projects, and learn valuable life and job skills. Artistic Noise creates safe spaces where court-involved youth can be seen, heard and supported on their path to adulthood. We believe the practice of making art offers opportunities for young people and communities to transform.” https://www.artisticnoise.org TO DONATE: https://www.artisticnoise.org/donate-1 @:instagram: @katepane www.katepane.com

KATE PANE

Bio:

Kate Pane is a visual artist, teaching artist, and studying art therapist. Her practice explores the intersection between personal narrative, painting, clinical psychology, art education, and activism. She brought art as therapy to incarcerated youth, and is working on her thesis: an exploration of the effectiveness of textile manipulation, costume building and the therapeutic relationship to influence identity formation with adults who are mentally ill and chemically addicted.

Print:

Treat all humans with kindness, patience, and consideration. Everyone is equal.

Charity:

“Artistic Noise exists to bring the freedom and power of artistic practice to young people who are incarcerated, on probation, or otherwise involved in the justice system. Through visual arts and entrepreneurship programs in Massachusetts and New York, our participants give voice to their experiences, build community through collaborative projects, and learn valuable life and job skills. Artistic Noise creates safe spaces where court-involved youth can be seen, heard and supported on their path to adulthood. We believe the practice of making art offers opportunities for young people and communities to transform.”

https://www.artisticnoise.org
TO DONATE: https://www.artisticnoise.org/donate-1

@:instagram: @katepane www.katepane.com

Bio: Alison Causer is a New York-based visual artist working in mediums of painting, drawing and mixed media. Her work explores sexuality, power, and pain through a raw lens from which she views the world around her. She has been an artist- in-residence at the Salem Art Works and received the Ruth Katzman scholarship to attend the League Residency at Vytlacil. Her work has been exhibited in New York City and throughout the U.S. Print: This print is about women taking their power back in regards to body image, health, and sexuality. Charity: I chose Wide Rainbow as my charity because I feel that teaching young ladies how to think in alternative ways will only make our society stronger and more innovative in the future. Art in education is vital. TO DONATE: http://widerainbow.org/ http://instagram.com/widerainboworg @:http://www.alisoncauser.com/ INSTAGRAM: @alisonmcauser https://www.facebook.com/alison.causer.9 @alisonmcauser #alisonmcauser

Bio:

Alison Causer is a New York-based visual artist working in mediums of painting, drawing and mixed media. Her work explores sexuality, power, and pain through a raw lens from which she views the world around her. She has been an artist- in-residence at the Salem Art Works and received the Ruth Katzman scholarship to attend the League Residency at Vytlacil. Her work has been exhibited in New York City and throughout the U.S.

Print:

This print is about women taking their power back in regards to body image, health, and sexuality.

Charity:

I chose Wide Rainbow as my charity because I feel that teaching young ladies how to think in alternative ways will only make our society stronger and more innovative in the future. Art in education is vital.

TO DONATE: http://widerainbow.org/

http://instagram.com/widerainboworg

@:http://www.alisoncauser.com/ INSTAGRAM: @alisonmcauser https://www.facebook.com/alison.causer.9 @alisonmcauser #alisonmcauser

ANNA HART TURNER Bio: Anna Hart Turner is a mixed media artist who primarily works with hand embroidery and watercolor under the name Errant Hart Print: The design mimics an eye test chart, a standardized way for people to test their vision. With the message, "Set your sights on women's rights", it calls upon the viewer to reflect on their vision for the future. Charity: I choose Bookfriends International because of this organization's dedication to providing educational materials to students in Africa and their new Pads Project initiative. They have begun to handmake washable, reusable feminine pads so that the female students are able to stay at school during their monthly cycle. DONATE:http://bookfriends.org/ @: Instagram: @errant_hart Facebook: Errant Hart . https://www.erranthart.com/

ANNA HART TURNER Bio: Anna Hart Turner is a mixed media artist who primarily works with hand embroidery and watercolor under the name Errant Hart Print: The design mimics an eye test chart, a standardized way for people to test their vision. With the message, "Set your sights on women's rights", it calls upon the viewer to reflect on their vision for the future. Charity: I choose Bookfriends International because of this organization's dedication to providing educational materials to students in Africa and their new Pads Project initiative. They have begun to handmake washable, reusable feminine pads so that the female students are able to stay at school during their monthly cycle.

DONATE:http://bookfriends.org/

@: Instagram: @errant_hart Facebook: Errant Hart . https://www.erranthart.com/

Hannah Badwan Bio : Working with objects and in digital forms. Print: let's not forget, we all came from the same place! Charity: https://shesthefirst.org/ @: @somethingnewyork

Hannah Badwan Bio : Working with objects and in digital forms. Print: let's not forget, we all came from the same place!

Charity: https://shesthefirst.org/

@: @somethingnewyork

Red Dot Show 2017 @ ASLNY

Opening June 6-June 20, at the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery is the Art Student League’s annual Red Dot Exhibition, a collection of the season’s “red dot” (best of show) works from over one hundred classes. Some pieces from the show are selected for purchase to become part of the Art Students League’s permanent collection, which currently comprises over 2,000 works.