We are very proud of our accomplished
Studio 18 Artists
Please see published article about undefined about Studio 18's Daniel Marosi and his art at the Ft. Lauderdale Airport.
See published articles about Studio 18's Mary Gallagher Stout
Congratulations to Studio 18 Artist Alicia Rodriguez on her artwork making the winter 2022 cover of Folio Magazine.
The exhibit, A Beautiful Mess: Weavers and Knotters of the Vanguard is a contemporary textile exhibition, featuring a diverse selection of fiber arts including wall-hangings, installations, and monumental pieces. Enjoy 19 works from an all female roster of conceptual artists, showcasing twisted, tied, and braided works made from tactile and utilitarian materials like rope, yarn, clay,and wire.
A Beautiful Mess: Weavers & Knotters of the Vanguard is organized by Bedford Gallery at the Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, CA
Ana Aguerrevere Mad About Marbles
Congratulations are in order! On April 9th we announced the winners of our 16th Annual Art Competition. Among the talented selections was Studio 18’s very own Ana Aguerrevere. Ana’s vibrant oil painting Marbles beat out the competition to become this year’s ‘Festival Poster Winner’. Ana describes her paintings as “fun and realistic, with a story behind them”. She aims to “transmit realism through the use of bright colors, and the contrast of lights and shadows”.
Copies of the poster will be available for purchase at the 23rd Annual Artfest in the Pines. We encourage you to attend the event and connect with Ana in person on November 6th & 7th.
"Gabby in Red”, oil on canvas painted by Studio 18 artist Yochi Yakir-Avin, is on the way to participate in the 12th Annual Figurative Drawing and Painting Juried Exhibition at Lore Degenstein Gallery in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania.
"Gabby in Red" just came back from NYC where it was exhibited in the 108th Annual Allied Artists of America Juried Show at the legendary Salmagundi Art Club.
The painting is currently showing online in the 2nd associates online juried exhibition at the Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club (CLWAC) in NYC.