Studio 18 Presents “Through Women’s Eyes”, Featuring National League Of American Pen Women, Fort Lauderdale Branch Artists
The community is invited to attend “Through Women’s Eyes,” at Studio 18 in Pembroke Pines, Florida from July 22 – September 1. An Opening Artist Reception will take place on Friday July 22. Meet the Featured Artist members of the non-profit National League of American Pen Women Ft. Lauderdale Branch, mingle with those who share an appreciation for art, and enjoy light refreshments while listening to the beautiful music of the Night Breeze Jazz trio. In addition, three members – Susan Buzzi, Jen Walls and Phoenix – will be reading from their published works sharing experiences as seen through their eyes. The Rickie Report shares the details. Parking and admission are free.
National League of American Pen Women,
Fort Lauderdale Branch
“Through Women’s Eyes”
Free, Public Opening Reception:
Friday, July 22, 2016
Enjoy Light Refreshments and Music
1101 Poinciana Drive
Pembroke Pines, FL 33025
Free Parking, Free Admission
Open to the Public
Exhibit Runs through September 1st
Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
The artists of “Through Women’s Eyes” work in the mediums of photography, water color, acrylics and oils. Artists: Karen Braverman, Susan Buzzi, Mary Belle Cordell, Beverly Dameron, Claudia Hafner, Elaine Kahn, Christine Landis, Valerie Lecklikner, Terry Mulrroney, Lois Perdue, Phoenix, Anabel Rub Peicher, Donna Salle, Tammy Seymour, Carol Thaw, Jen Walls and Subashini Yalamanchi, have borrowed inspiration from nature and rendered impressive art work ranging from replica to creative interpretation. The National League of American Pen Women organization is comprised of professional women dedicated to creating progression and advancement in literary work, visual arts and musical composition.
“This is a very accomplished group of professional female artists who pay special tribute and celebrate the uniqueness of South Florida’s natural beauty in this stunning Exhibition,” said Holly Bonkowski, Division Director of Cultural Arts for the City of Pembroke Pines.
The National League of American Pen Women-Fort Lauderdale, made up of a select group of professional women in the arts, presents: “Through Women’s Eyes.” This exhibit will showcase some of South Florida’s most accomplished artists’ latest works celebrating South Florida’s natural beauty. Working in various mediums including photography, water color, acrylics and oils, these renowned artists will each pay tribute to the beauty of South Florida’s most remarkable natural assets. The exhibit will be organized and curated by native Miami photographer Phoenix who has enjoyed a diverse career that has encompassed journalism, media relations and film-making. Phoenix’ primary studio and sanctuary are south Florida’s wetlands and the Everglades and her serene and startling scenes will be complemented in words and imagery by her fellow artists.
About the National League of American Pen Women:
Since its founding in 1897 by Marian Longfellow O’Donoghue, Henry Longfellow’s niece, the League seeks to create progression and advancement in visual arts, literary work, and musical composition. As the oldest and largest women’s arts organization, members share their creativity in a number of ways, including workshops, exhibitions, discussion groups, performances, demonstrations and lectures, fostering networking and friendships among members, while maintaining a high, broad standard of work, effort and strength that comes from the union. Each year the Fort Lauderdale Branch awards three $1,000 scholarships to a high school senior woman who has been accepted and enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited college, university or technical school. http://www.nlapw.org/
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