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Barbara Lubliner's bottle dog "Poochie" is at the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center along with two exhibits celebrating dogs.
The Dog's NotesWAH Bridges Man’s Best Friend: Dog
November 7, 2015 - January 10, 2016
"The Dog's Notes" is a solo exhibit of Taiwanese sculptor Poren Huang's work. Huang uses the dog as a creative starting point for his sculptures that suggest human feelings and behaviors.
The second, "WAH Bridges Man’s Best Friend: Dog," a group exhibit curated by Yuko Nii has works that depict "Man’s Best Friend" in a variety of mediums. The show includes internationally known artists, photographer William Wegman and painter Eric Ginsburg.
The WAH CENTER is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization founded in 1996 by artist and philanthropist Yuko Nii. It is a multifaceted, multicultural art center whose mission is to coalesce the diverse artistic community.Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, 135 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Day de Dada Wish Sisters PerformancesPerformances as part of the "What do you WISH? installation at the Culture Lounge in the St. George SI Ferry Terminal. Come by to see the exhibit and make a wish with the Day De Dada Wish Sisters.Sat. August 8, 12pm - 4pmBarbara Lubliner offers wishing advice and super charges wishes with the power of the elements before collecting them in a golden box.Mary Campbell gives people the chance to test their luck with the old ritual of breaking a wishbone.at 2pm- Staten Island OutLOUD presents a spoken word event “Be Careful What You Wish For!”
SPEAKING VOLUMES ...AND VOIDSSPEAKING VOLUMES ...AND VOIDSAugust 8 - September 20, 2015Opening Reception: Saturday, August 8, 3-5 pmGroup exhibition curated by Anne Stanner, president of Sculptors Alliance.Volume and voids are essential components of sculpture, and speaking volumes refers to larger messages sculptural works convey. The exhibit explores and demonstrates the concepts of volumes and voids, as interpret by 15 artists with diverse approaches to sculpture.Barbara Lubliner's pieces in “SPEAKING VOLUMES…AND VOIDS” are geometric shapes delineated with line segments and vectors created from plastic bottles. The empty transparent cavities are put together to suggest the volume of sculpture without opaque mass. The bottles are clearly visible yet disappear, as they become part of the whole. Obviously re-purposing plastic bottles into playful art shifts the focus from environmental blight to creative production.Participating Artists
Pamela Casper, Yvette Cohen, Cora Glasser, Susan Grabel, Yasmin Gur, Tamar Hirschl, Lori Horowitz, Barbara Lubliner, Pamela Matsuda-Dunn, Yasumitsu Morito, Francine Perlman, Anna Rabinowitz, Chuck von Schmidt. Anne Stanner, Lea WeinbergSaturdays & Sundays 11 am - 5 pm and by appointmentGOVERNORS ISLAND, NYC, Nolan Park area, Building 20B
Sculpture Workshop at the McBurney YCreative Sculpture Workshop: Working with PlasticsBarbara Lubliner is presenting a free workshop in partnership with the Sculptors Alliance Inc. She will teach techniques to transform plastic bottles and scraps into sculptural objects of unique and interesting designs.The workshop is free and open to the public, but space is limited.RSVP to Sam Baichoo at email@example.com or 347-204-4842(and bring some clean plastic water bottles, soda bottles, colorful plastic bags, or even colorful detergent containers.)Wednesday, May 20, 201512:30pm – 2:30pm
McBurney Y125 W 14th St, New York, NY 10011
365 Artists/365 Days Interview
Barbara Lubliner is featured on 365 Artists/365 DaysStarted on January 1st, 2014 and still going strong, 365 Artists/365 Days, a Frank Juarez Gallery and Greymatter Gallery Collaborative Project, features the work of one artist per day. Artists take part in an interview and answer questions regarding their artistic processes, influences and concerns.The blog introduces its readership to a diverse collection of art that is being produced at the local, national and international level. It engage the public with information regarding a wide array of creative processes, and the successes and challenges that artists face from day to day.© 2017 - Barbara Lubliner all rights reserved An icompendium Site