Chicks with Balls travels to the Zanesville Museum of Art!
February 13, 2020 from 5:00 to 7:00
The opening of the show will also be the book launch of the long-awaited second Chicks with Balls Book.
Chicks with Balls: Judy Takács keeps painting unsung female heroes
Chicks with Balls: You, me and every woman we know
Saturday, February 15, 2:00-3:00
Beyond Chicks with Balls: The Goddess Project
Thursday, March 19, 6:00 to 7:00
Both the first and second chicks books will be for sale at the ZMA gift shop.
Judy Takács will be available at each event to personally sign copies.
Show continues thru April 4.
Gallery Hours: Wednesday thru Saturday 10-5:00.
Thursdays open until 7:30.
Zanesville Museum of Art
620 Military Road
Zanesville, Ohio 43701
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Emilie, The Tenth Muse, The One Who Sees, from my Goddess Project, has been accepted to this prestigious national competition.
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 26th, from 7:00 to 9:00,
Through December 5th
Lore Degenstein Gallery
Down Her Back will be heading to Denver, Colorado for the
Abend Gallery Holiday Miniatures Exhibition!
Opens November 2, through November 30th.
Framed in Traditional High Profile Black Wood, Down Her Back is painted on copper is 8 x 10 inches and $595.
Check out the whole show online here.
Ten of my portraits of seniors, nuns and Celebrity Artists were exhibited at Cleveland Hopkins Airport
for the past 6 months as part of
The Art of Realism.
Now, these gorgeous giclées are home and
ready for acquisition and shipping for $175.
Sizes vary, but all are less than 24" at the longest side.
Includes shipping to the Continental U.S rolled in tube.
She was featured in the September 2018 issue with a two page spread.
This painting has a lovely history of awards, in 2017 she was awarded Second Place at the Mandel J Show in Beachwood, Ohio, and, in June, she was awarded Best In Show at the 73rd Ohio Annual at the Zanesville Museum of Art!
Available through 33 Contemporary in Chicago at artsy.net.
My portrait of Cleveland's own iconic figurative painter, Shirley Campbell, entitled, "When I grow up I want to be Shirley Campbell,” has entered the permanent collection of the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve. Also archived are my portraits of Marsha Sweet, Lee Heinen, Kathleen McKenna and the late Marilyn Szalay. All were created in 2015 for the Majority Rising Show which I curated for the AAWR with the works of these masters.
I blog about each painting.
This is so special because I basically grew up in art hearing about the Salmagundi Club in New York from my Portrait Teacher at the Cleveland Institute of Art, José Cintron. He spoke of it with a reverence for the artistic giants of portraiture who have also been members since it began in 1871. William Merrit Chase, Norman Rockwell, Childe Hassam, N.C. Wyeth, Howard Pyle…even Louis Comfort Tiffany. The Salmagundi Club positioned itself at that lovely crossroads between narrative, representational art and illustration, at a time when that was going out of favor, they carried the torch.
Catharine Lorillard Wolf was a major collector and patron of the arts at the turn of the last century. The CLWAC was established to honor her legacy. Thrilled to announce that I am the newest elected member of this prestigious and selective 122 year old Organization.
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