The Razzle Dazzle opening at A.I.R. Gallery was Jan. 7th. Razzle Dazzle is part of "Generations." G was first started to commemorate the 25th anniversary of A.I.R. Gallery in 1997, and we are now in our tenth incarnation of the show. The success of this exhibition depends on the strength and quality of the participating artists and we hope to exhibit a broad diversity of artwork created by women. AIR believes that all women artists should have the opportunity to exhibit their work and to enjoy the success of that experience. So I wanted to share with you some highlights from that exhibit.
For those of you who couldn't attend the exhibit, I wanted to provide a real life experience of the night. So, the first three photos are of the drive in. The night was cold, but really beautiful evening.
A.I.R. Gallery is located at 155 Plymouth St, Brooklyn - a section of Brooklyn called "DUMBO" which means Down Under the Manhattan Brooklyn Overpass." Essentially, this is the space between the Manhattan Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The Generations Committee made the entrance way so charming and beautiful. New York members of the AIR Gallery co-op are responsible for organizing and working in the gallery. There are several committees that she can choose.
here are some of the delightful artworks:
Sylvia is a NY Artist at the gallery; I loved this chicken so much that I bought it!
Susan Bee, another NY Artist at the Gallery
A special thanks to the Generations Committee and everyone who helped out! AIR Gallery (Artists in Residence, Inc.) is a really special place for women artists. It was established in 1972 as the first not-for-profit, artist-directed and maintained gallery for women artists in the United States and continues to be a force in the artworld. For more exhibit opportunities, please visit : http://airgallery.org/opportunities/http://airgallery.org/opportunities/