Have you heard the news?
We’re meeting in NYC for National Poetry Month!
Besides offering an exclusive workshop with poet and author L.L. Barkat, we’ve got sight seeing, live music, and poetry readings planned. We’re especially pleased about the evening segment, being held at International Arts Movement, where some participants will be eligible to take home beautiful art by talented artists.
As the event approaches, we’ll share some of the art and the bios of the artists. Up today, Gail Nadeau…
“Willow & Crow”, digital art on highest quality Epson paper, mounted behind plexiglass, 4″ x 4.25″
Artist Gail Nadeau lives in a suburban area between Albany and Voorheesville, N.Y. Along with her older brother and younger sister she spent her childhood on her Grandfather’s small farm in Voorheesville. She is best known for her photography and mixed media work: Her Dollhouse Series based upon her life on the farm and relationship with her sister; 100 Angels, small over-painted photographs; “Black Velvet, White Velvet” a manipulated series of giclee` prints depicting women; altered with oil pastel and India ink. Chosen as one of “Tomorrow’s Masters Today” by the Albany Institute of History and Art; the oldest Gallery of its kind in the U.S., she is a Center for Photography at Woodstock Fellowship Fund recipient for her series “Dollhouse.”
Gail teaches the Studio Art Program for Brain Injury at Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital in Schenectady.
Some of the Exhibitions Where Gail Nadeau’s Work Has Appeared
“Serendipity, ” Haenah-Kent Gallery, New York, New York and Seoul, Korea, 1993
“Full of Grace” Albany Center Galleries, 1995
“Daughters of Aspasia, ” Photo Center, Troy, New York, 2010
“Vision and Discovery, ” Arts Atrium Gallery, Union College, Schenectady, New York, 2000
“Photography Regional Invitational, ” Opalka Gallery, Albany, New York, 2006
“Tomorrow’s Masters Today, ” Albany Institute of History and Art, Albany, New York, 2010
Art by Gail Nadeau.
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