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The TEXTURE Show – East End Arts Council

The TEXTURE Show – East End Arts Council

The TEXTURE Show at the East End Arts Council has 55 pieces from over 240 entries exhibiting through April 21, 2017.  Our member, Julianna Kirk, had her glass sculpture accepted. The titled, Asian Influence, sits in the gallery center room. Catch this show, if you can. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10am-4pm. Continue Reading

Sayville Gazette Review of Make it BIG − Make it RED

Sayville Gazette Review of Make it BIG − Make it RED

Sayville Gazette reviews Make it BIG − Make it RED.  Cover:  Ann Legere and artists’ featured art work on page 11, from top left going around clockwise: Photograph: Carole J. Amodeo; Stained Glass: Melissa Shampine; Fused Glass: Julianna Kirk; Red Plate: Kathleen Gerlach & Jewelry: Julianna Kirk and Gail Neuman; Mosaic: Libby Hintz; Photograph Collage: Doris Diamond; Mosaic: Gabriella Grama Continue Reading

COLOR Show at East Ends Arts Council

COLOR Show at East Ends Arts Council

4 Women Sharing Art members: Julianna Kirk, Dawn Schabner, Carole Amodeo, and Gail Neuman had their art juried into the COLOR Show at the East End Arts Council. 2 members won awards for their efforts. Carole Amodeo won a Third Place and Julianna Kirk won an Honorable Mention. There were over 375 pieces submitted and… Continue Reading

COLOR Show at the East Ends Arts Council

COLOR Show at the East Ends Arts Council

4 Women Sharing Art members: Julianna Kirk, Dawn Schabner, Carole Amodeo, and Gail Neuman had their art juried into the COLOR Show at the East End Arts Council. 2 members won awards for their efforts. Carole Amodeo won a Third Place and Julianna Kirk won an Honorable Mention. There were over 375 pieces submitted and… Continue Reading

Long Island Craft Guild Presents Julianna Kirk’s “Ancient Art Form: Contemporary Adaptions In Glass” at Oyster Bay Historical Society

Long Island Craft Guild Presents Julianna Kirk’s “Ancient Art Form: Contemporary Adaptions In Glass” at Oyster Bay Historical Society

Women Sharing Art Member Julianna Kirk, Glass Artist, is curating “Ancient Art Form: Contemporary Adaptions In Glass” for some members of the glass media group of the Long Island Craft Guild. This show is a two year undertaking. Julianna is excited about this ongoing process and the experience is enriching her knowledge of what it… Continue Reading

Open House

Open House

Women Sharing Art Member Julianna Kirk holds Open House. Please come!!! This once every 2 year event has arrived.   Who does not want to own a beautiful pair of earrings or a necklace that is hand made and unique? The artist price I am asking is less than many costume pieces sold in retail stores.… Continue Reading

Up Close and Personal with Women Sharing Art

Up Close and Personal with Women Sharing Art

A local non-profit art group, Women Sharing Art, held its fourth annual scholarship fundraiser reception Saturday night, February 2, 2014, at the BAFFA gallery in Sayville. WSA’s art exhibition called Up Close and Personal, highlighted new work from its members. The gallery walls were filled with photos, paintings, glass art, mosaics and graphics. Along with… Continue Reading

Making an Impression II

Making an Impression II

  Women Sharing Art Member Julianna Kirk is showing her mono print in this event. Please come by and enjoy the showing at the Huntington Arts Council Gallery! Making an Impression II Opening reception: Friday, January 3, 2013 from 6-8pm Main St Petite Gallery Hunington Arts Council, 213 Main St, Huntington December 20 – January 27, 2014 Continue Reading

How Sweet It Is: BAFFA and WSA Launch “SweetARTS”

How Sweet It Is: BAFFA and WSA Launch “SweetARTS”

BY JOHN COLUMBO SAYVILLE—Local art is alive and well on the South Shore. Beginning on Feb. 1 and running through the 24, the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts (BAFFA) will be displaying the artistic expressions of the members of Women Sharing Art (WSA) at the Gillette House in Sayville, which serves as their… Continue Reading

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