Mother Nature at Islip Arts Council

Islip Arts Council in collaboration with Women Sharing Art, Inc. present the juried exhibition Mother Nature. Congratulations to our Women Sharing Art members that were accepted: Tove Abrams, Diana Aliberti, Victoria Beckert, Sheri Berman, Mary Bonardi-Sullivan, Pauline Chiarelli, Teresa Cromwell, Doris Diamond, Joan Genchi, Kathie Gerlach, Gabi Grama, Julianna Kirk, Kathy Larocca, Sue Miller, Gail…

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Home Again at Bayport Blue Point Library

The members of Women Sharing Art, Inc. are thrilled to share their work in the Bayport-Blue Point Library’s inaugural opening of its new home.  Once the home of the Ursuline Sisters of Tildonk, now this beautiful structure will provide a home and cultural hub for the community of Bayport-Blue Point and beyond.  The concept of home can relate…

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We❤️ Long Island!

Huntington Art Center Presents “We Love Long Island” with artworks by members of Women Sharing Art:  Tove Hasselriis Abrams, Diana Aliberti, Victoria Beckert, Mireille Belajonas, Sheri Berman, Pauline Chiarelli, Doris Diamond, Kathleen Gerlach, Margaret Henning, Julianna Kirk, Andrea Larmor, Kathleen Larocca, Carol McMahon, Sue Miller, Karen Miller O’Keefe, Gail Newman & Dawn F. Schabner.  Meet…

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Oh the Places We’d Like to Go Again!

Another wonderful exhibit by members of Women Sharing Art: Tove Hasselriis Abrams, Sheri Klein Berman, Holly Black, Pauline Chiarelli, Doris Asherah Diamond, Kathleen Gerlach, Julianna Kirk, Carol McMahon, Sue Miller, Karen Miller O’Keefe, Lisa Marie Scrima-Castelli, Susan Tango, Kathleen Young.

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Julianna Kirk at Williamsburg Art & Historical Center

Julianna Kirk has been juried into the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center’s Melting Together Togetherness and Oneness exhibit. The work may be seen in person and the work is captivating. The Williamsburg Art & Historical Center is a nice place to visit now that we are opening up our world again.        

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Julianna Kirk exhibiting in several shows

Women Sharing Art Member, Julianna Kirk, has been accepted into several recent shows both virtual and physical.  Huntington Arts Council juried exhibit, Paradoxical Paradigms, will be virtual from 2/12/21-3/13/21 and may be viewed on their website.   She also had a piece accepted into the National Association of Women Artist in NYC. The juried exhibit,…

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Julianna Kirk at Firefly Artists Gallery

WSA member, Julianna Kirk, has work accepted into Out of Isolation at The Firefly Artists Gallery in Northport, 162 Main Street,11768. The exhibition is running from 12/1-2/14/20. The days open are Tuesday-Sunday. Call for daily times. 631-651-5545. Masks are necessary and numbers inside are controlled. Take a ride and see some enriching art from those…

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Julianna Kirk is on a creative roll!

Julianna has been busy, with not much else to do, submitting and hoping for show involvements during the last 6 months. While constantly working on art, she has luckily reaped the rewards of keeping active in the art world that she knows.   The Huntington Arts Council show, Mirror Mirror, accepted Julianna Kirk’s global warming…

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Julianna Kirk in Virtual Exhibit at BWAC

  Julianna Kirk’s art, “People Who Live In Glass Houses…” was accepted into an international juried glass exhibit by the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition. It became virtual in May. See it at bwac.org/online exhibitions.  The show runs through July 26 for viewing. The coalition is additionally moving the exhibit to artsy.net for international sales possibilities. The video…

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Julianna Kirk at Huntington Arts Council

Julianna Kirk would like to announce her art work inclusion into the Huntington Arts Council show, Sights & Sounds, Rhythm & Scales. The exhibit runs from 2/7 – 3/15. There is a reception this Friday evening, 2/7, from 6:00-8:00pm. Come on and join the celebration.

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This Land is Our Land – Art League of LI Exhibition

Women Sharing Art members, Holly Black, Kathleen Gerlach, Julianna Kirk & Sue Miller are proud to have works accepted to the 8th Annual Photography Competition exhibit, This Land is Our Land. 60 photographs of 373 submitted were accepted to this exhibit to be held in the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery of the Art League of Long…

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Julianna Kirk at Bayport-Bluepoint Library

Julianna Kirk has her Hawaii series of fused glass exhibited at Bayport-Bluepoint Library in a case by the circulation desk. If you are passing through the area, please stop in and take a look/see. She also has 2 workshops there in fused glass at the end of this month. BAYPORT – BLUEPOINT LIBRARY Month of…

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Long Island Museum 4 Members to Exhibit Work

Sheri Berman, Holly Black, Julianna Kirk and Gail Neuman have been accepted to an upcoming juried show at the Long Island Museum in Stony Brook. The show is called “I Sing the Body Electric” and will exhibit art inspired by the written word. The awards reception is May 3, 5:30-7:30.  The show runs from May…

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Artists give classes at Bayard Cutting Arboretum

Many of the Artist Members of Women Sharing Art are giving lessons and sharing how they do their art by giving workshops on the beautiful grounds of the Bayard Cutting Arboretum in Great River. Julianna Kirk shows how to make fused glass pendants and dishes.  Libby Hintz how to make a beautiful mosaic.  Gail Neuman…

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Arboretum Inspirations 2019 – Third Year in a Row!

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For the third year in a row, Women Sharing Art members will be displaying their art at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum Gallery April 4 through May 5, 2019.  Artists Reception is Sunday, April 7 from 1:00 -4:00 p.m.  There is always fabulous, well-priced art, just in time for Easter and Mother’s Day!  

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Women Sharing Art Members in “Echoes”

The Long Island Craft Guild has several Women Sharing Art members’ work accepted into their anniversary show at the Art League of Long Island’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery. Sheri Berman, Kathie Gerlach, Julianna Kirk, Gail Neuman and Eileen Palmer are part of both groups and are active with their art making successes.  

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