Over 350 people attended the July 14, 2022 opening of the “Memories and Revolutions” exhibition at ArtServe, a non-profit arts organization promoting artistic development, education and prosperity through the exploration and presentation of the visual and performing arts.
The exhibit, curated by ArtServe’s Sophie Bonet, features selected works by 16 ArtServe Artists, each of whom shares their distinctive artistic perspectives through contemporary and experimental approaches. The exhibit features a collection of mixed-media presentations of paintings, photography and sculptures depicting their expressions of time, space, memory, nature and technology.
I just happened to be there with my camera and a few good lenses because ArtServe events don’t disappoint. And because what they do matters. Learn more or support ArtServe at artserve.org.
Enjoy the photographs…
Opening remarks by ArtServe Executive Director Jason Hughes
Performance by the Lesbian Thespians
Artist Sheila Elias
(L-R) ArtServe Board Chair Julie Williamson, artist Sara Schesser Bartra, and exhibit curator Sophie Bonet
“The Music Makers” ArtServe Resident Violin, Piano and Voice Teachers Yasmary Marquez and Jamile Nogueira, Piano
Photographer Penny Fraser
Artist Heather Nowell
Sculpture by artist Yenny Carruyo
(L-R) Artist Yenny Carruyo and exhibit curator Sophie Bonet
Artist Lori Arbel (center)
Artist Tanira Kane
Nature photographer Paul McDermott
Artist Guillermo Gambini and exhibit curator Sophie Bonet
Artist Deborah Strelkow
(L-R) Selfie featuring ArtServe Partnership Manager Jennifer Gettinger, artist Tanira Kane, ArtServe Operations manager Rion Heldibridle, Executive Director Jason Hughes, Curator Sophie Bonet & yours truly…