We have all been busy working in our studios and wanted to share a few of our highlights.
Union Gallery, Wagner College: virtual exhibition - October 2020, Art Virus 2020,
Seoul South Korea, ART VIRUS 20 2020: 6. 1 ~ 15 Space Banana Project, Daegu. 2020. 7. 2 ~ 21 Gyeongmin Museum of Contemporary Art, Uijeongbu, 2020. 7. 28 ~ 8. 15, Craft Art Museum Baunchen, Jeollanam-do.
'THE GARZONI CHALLENGE' Virtual exhibition in conjunction with 'The Greatness of the Universe in the Art of Giovanna Garzoni', Pitti Palace, Florence, Italy: September 2020
Outer Space at Gallery Z
November 22 - December 20, 2020
The painting, Outer Space, signifies a refuge or safe space in a color dimension that evokes a retreat or escape from ordinary life as we know it, but especially as we experience it during the COVID pandemic.
Gallery Z, Window at 85 Franklin Street, New York, NY 10013. Stop by anytime.
C H O I R S, New Paintings by Darla Bjork
November 14 - December 26, 2020
Kaaterskill Fine Arts Gallery, 7971 Main St., Hunter, NY, 12442
To view the show, 518-263-2060, Sat 11-6pm and by appointment
"Women Celebrate Women", at El Barrio's Artspace PS109 at 215 East 99th Street, NYC on view through August 25, 2021
"The Artist Perseveres", Mamaroneck Artists Guild
"Save the Earth: Artists Respond to Climate Change", Art At First, First Presbyterian Church, NYC
Marrissazz_Tang_Gallery, Instagram, occasional artist of the day.
ATOA - I participated in an Artists Talk On Art panel on color on February 15. Organized by Monroe Hodder, the panelists were myself, Ann Harmon and Monroe Hodder. The link to see it is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNRARwrqhlo and I begin about 8 minutes in. The host, Barry Kostrinski, creates a relaxed and supportive environment and invites artists to plan panels. A good experience.
The Hammond Museum - I am in the February Virtual Show of the Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden in North Salem, NY. The reception, a fabulous affair of music, poetry and art, as well as the exhibit can be seen on their web site. The virtual show continues for a year.
I am pleased to receive an Artists Support Grant from the Arts Council of Rockland. The 2021 grantees were just announced.
Diane Churchill is included in the show “Our Connection With Nature” at Sitka Gallery in Shirley, Massachusetts. This physical show which will also be online and on Artsy for one year and is curated by Beth Barry. The opening is April 23 and the link for the facebook event is https://www.facebook.com/events/2432698133704312.
"Drawn to Paper" at the Atlantic Gallery in Chelsea, 548 West 28th Street, Ste. 540. The show will run from January 5th to February 13th.
"The Conversation Continues", The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie - September 26th 2020 through January 2020
Monmouth County Art Alliance, Red Bank NJ : Solo show 2019
The Markland, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia: Solo show and lectures, 2019
Zoom slide talk to students at the College of New Jersey, of images of her artwork on Climate change.
"Pop Bottles!", Contemporaneo Gallery, 4 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC
Our Tears Are Sweet, Our Laughter Venomous, Eastern Connecticut State University Gallery on view through October 8, 2021
Afarin Rahmanifar co-curated and is included in exhibition featuring 14 Iranian-American women artists.
Sigulart Gallery ( Virtual Exhibit), 83 Boulevard du Montparnasse, Paris, France
I am the Woman of Shahnameh, Towson University, Towson Asian Arts & Culture Center Gallery, MD
Faculty Exhibition, Fine Arts Instructional Center Gallery, ECSU, CT
2021 Group "Begin Anew" The Royal, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Miller's Thumb Gallery Greensboro VT
Zoom exhibit Studio Place Arts Barre VT
Zoom exhibit Bryan Gallery Johnson VT
Zoom exhibit AVA Gallery NH
Group Exhibition: Fragments of Space and Time at Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, New York, on view through November 21, 2021
Listed on the World Of Interiors Index
Group Exhibitions: No Vacancy, July 23-August 26, 2021, Sculptors Guild exhibition sponsored by Chashama foundation, 1150 6th Ave, NYC
Upcoming: Women Active in the New York City Art World in the 1970s Who Are Still Working Today, 2022, Carter Burden Gallery, NYC