Invitational Small Group Show
Alicia Evans, Sueey Gutierrez, Anjipan, Constance Sloggatt Wolf
Through October 16, 2021
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artists click here.
Sueey Gutierrez is a New York based artist born and raised in Brooklyn. Her family, originally from El Salvador, is of Mayan descent. She began drawing at the age of 3 and by 6 had received a scholarship to study art at the Brooklyn Museum. Her passion for art is highly influenced by her cultural background, pin-up art and burlesque dance. Sueey earned her BA from the Fashion Institute of Technology. She was an Art Educator for the Barry & Florence Friedberg JCC, and taught art at Success Academy Charter School. She lives on Long Island and exhibits throughout the Greater New York area.
With a commissioned work under her belt, Prof. Alicia Evans is a successful New York emerging artists specializing in fiber arts—crocheted fine artwork organically branded with nature’s gifts including wool, bamboo, sea grass, wood beads, sea shells and more. Her work has been exhibited in art shows in New York and Long Island. She has earned a Statement of Accomplishment with Distinction from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). She is accredited as a Museum Educator in Art & Inquiry.
Anjipan, (Angela Newman) is an artist living and working in Long Island. She is largely self-taught by means of exploration and experimentation with conventional as well as unconventional media. The subject matter of her artwork has grown to be an investigation of environment and self. Much like the seasons of nature Angela has observed her entire life, her artworks are the means to document fleeting states of being and her awareness and interactions with life itself. Angela has always flirted with different techniques and processes within visual art. This allows each piece to be free from predictability, and she strongly believes that it’s an aspect essential to preserving the unique soul that the individual drawing or painting holds.
Constance Sloggatt Wolf
Constance Sloggatt Wolf is an award-winning artist and educator living in Huntington, New York. Constance graduated Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York (BFA, Painting) and Long Island University (MFA, Painting) where she was awarded a teaching fellowship with NYC Artist Robert Yasuda. Constance Sloggatt Wolf has been active as an artist and art educator on Long Island for over three decades, exhibiting most recently in a three-person show at the Alex Ferrone Gallery on the North Fork of Long Island. Ms. Wolf taught International Baccalaureate Visual Arts, Drawing and Painting in the prestigious Fine and Performing Arts Department of Northport Senior High School.
With additional support from Main St. Benefactor Members
Beth and Charles Levinthal
Dr. Kay Hutchins Sato
Bette and Paul Schneiderman