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[teacherartexchange] Diane Kurzyna curates "Java Divas: Art about Coffee"


From: Judy Decker (judy.decker_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Apr 03 2006 - 07:01:55 PDT

Dear TeacherArtExchange Members,

Diane Kurzyna (list member) - informed me about a new exhibit.

Here is the link about Diane Kurzyna's latest art activity (She
curated this art show about coffee):

From Diane:

Art about Coffee

by two dozen artists from the Puget Sound area
at South Puget Sound Community College Gallery

April 3 - May 5

opening reception Friday, April 7, 7pm - 9pm
gallery talk on Thursday, April 20, noon
closing party on Friday, May 5, 4pm - 6pm

This ain't yesterday's coffee art! This art has been specially
blended and freshly brewed for your enjoyment.

In conjunction with SPSCC's Coffee Conference, the Gallery is proud to
serve Java Divas, an exhibit featuring a wide array of interpretations
to the theme of coffee. From Ross Palmer Beecher's recycled media to
Greg Lukens allegorical oil paintings, from Sequoia Miller's
functional ceramics to Nikki McClure's papercut logos, see how over
two dozen artists from the Puget Sound area, including Tacoma's own
Lynn Di Nino, have created art about coffee with coffee beans, coffee
cups, coffee filters, coffee grinds, coffee pots, coffee sacks, even
coffee as the medium itself, through painting, sculpture, collage,
encaustics, prints, photographs, felt, and more. The NW premier of
"Coffee Duet" performance art video by Lydia Grey with Hilliard
Greene from NYC will also be shown.

South Puget Sound Community College Gallery

Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts

2011 Mottman Rd SW
Olympia, WA 98512
For those of you who do not remember Diane's fun recycled art - here
are some links:

This shows White Bread Boy:

the shows Wonderful Me/Wonderful You and Portrait of the Artist:

White Trash Wedding exhibit:

This shows Wonder Woman:

Looks like a favorite of Diane's is the Wonder Bread bags - great stuff!


Judy Decker
Incredible Art Department
Incredible Art Resources

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