New Members Exhibition at Silvermine Galleries, Feb. 6th-Mar. 13th, 2021
Those who couldn't make it to the New Members Exhibition at Silvermine Galleries in New Canaan, CT from February 6th-March 13th, 2021, check out my pieces from the series “Where Liberty Dwells” in this video of the exhibition.
Arlene Rush was featured for an "Artist Spotlight" with The USPS Art Project for her multimedia, politically-focused work.
"[The USPS Art Project] was a collaboration that I could do with a close friend and would feel connected to during the times of isolation and physical dis-connect. Plus, my father worked at the USPS and I have fond memories of that and the opportunity it gave him as first born in the USA after the war. He worked there for 35 years and it was considered a good job to have, any civil service job would have been a good, secure job. I use to visit him at the Empire State Building as a child where is office was, it was the main location at the time. It was all so larger than life to me and I loved going."
I have been featured in International Gallerie Magazine: Vol. 22, No. 2 • IDENTITY - To Be Or Not To Be, 2019-2020.
Not Forever receives the Carole Eisner Award for Sculpture
Check out the archive of the show A-ONE at Silvermine Galleries
70th A-ONE is a national competition/exhibition highlighting the diversity of work that is currently being made by established and emerging artists.
Juried by Barbara O’Brien, Independent curator and critic
Not Forever, 2020, Resin, plastic, mirror, epoxy, ink, and crystals, 82” h x 23” w x 13” d