Through geographic, cultural, political, and intimate investigations that examine white feminism and white supremacy as a history with a continuous, harmful present, Stephanie Land’s exhibition Negatives Preserved, examines how the artist’s own histories intersect with America’s racial histories to determine relationships to land, gender, queerness, family, resource-sharing, and safety. Through mixed media that weaves together […]
In 2014, the artist Elizabeth Swados approached photographer Van Ouwerkerk about doing a book. As a composer, author and director, Elizabeth had been producing work successfully for many years, from Broadway to La Mama and The Public Theatre, along with authoring many books. They set out to create a story about the life and process […]
The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) is excited to announce its upcoming exhibitions, “Epiphanies,” featuring photographs by Sarah van Ouwerkerk with poetry by Elizabeth Swados and “Negatives Preserved,” a multi-media installation by Stephanie Land. There will be an opening reception for both exhibitions at DVAA located at 37 Main St, Narrowsburg, NY on Saturday, April 2, […]
“FOR THE LOVE OF WOOD” curated by Eric Baylin and Bo Stevens offers an exploration and celebration of wood and its many uses in art and functional objects. This survey exhibit, in celebrating wood’s inherent qualities of beauty and strength, explores many of the ways that wood is used by area artists and craftspeople. Included […]
The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) will host the 17th annual “Art in Sixes” small works exhibition from Saturday, November 20 – Wednesday, December 23, in its galleries located at 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY in what has become one of the most anticipated small works group exhibitions in the region. This year’s exhibit features […]
Kristina Rode is the featured artist at the Office/Gallery at Chant Realtors LV located at 631 Rte 739 in Lords Valley, PA . A self taught, abstract artist, Ms Rode’s paintings will be exhibited and offered for sale beginning May 1 through June 27. Over the past few decades, Kristina Rode has developed her skills […]
John Russo didn’t invent “thinking outside the box,” but if you gave him a box, he could turn it into a work of art.
Lights, Color, Fashion: Psychedelic Posters and Patterns of 1960s San Francisco. The exhibit showcases a phenomenal ensemble of San Francisco rock posters and fashion gathered by collector Gary Westford. Originally slated to open in spring of 2020, the exhibit truly signifies a light at the end of a tunnel for our programming. The collection highlights the kaleidoscopic years […]