The New York Art Connection Gallery Video - June 26
Belmont Citizen Herald - "02478 Exhibit" - June 12
BNN TV Interviews - "It's All About Arts" - May 4 & May 11
May 11 - Sandrine Colson-Inam talks about her painting and mixed media pieces ...
May 4 - Sandrine Colson-Inam talks about her piece, "Orange Dream" exhibited at the BNN TV Gallery.
BNN TV Digital Gallery with Canvas Fine Arts
Sandrine Colson-Inam's work is exhibited at this gallery, April-June. Here is the link:
Sandrine Colson-Inam's piece "Forming One's web" is a finalist of the RankArt Abstract Competition "L'Eclosion"
Sandrine Colson-Inam was interviewed by RankArt:
ART NEW ENGLAND - March/April 2015 - Newton Open Studios - Selected Artist's List
Sandrine Colson-Inam was selected as one of the artists listed in Who's who ART COMPASS publication, to be published 4th quarter 2015.
Feb. 13, 2015 to July 26, 2015, “Cosmos: Imagining the universe”, juried by Dr. Andrew K. Johnston, Geographer, Center for Earth and Planetary Studies, Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Dowell (Solomons), MD, In Association with the Smithsonian Institution, Dowell, MD, www.annmariegarden.org .
"Beginning 2": Mixed Media, 30" x 24"
SELECTED WORK FOR JURIED COMPETITION - LUCKY STREET GALLERY, FL
Nov. 25 to Dec. 2, 2014: "NANA14 Emerging Artists Show", Juried Show, Lucky Sreet Gallery, 540 Greene St. #3, Key West, Florida, 33040. www.luckystreetgallery.com . Opening Reception November 29, 6-8 pm.
Selected piece: "Fall Transition", Mixed Media on paper, 28" x 22"
SELECTED WORK FOR LINUS GALLERY SCIENCE JURIED COMPETITION, CA
Our Southern California art gallery is representing Sandrine Colson-Inam in this juried art exhibition entitled Science. Click here to see this talented artist's art. Continue Reading
TV interview for my solo show at the Thomas Crane Public Libary in Quincy: http://www.qatv.org/videoclip/2014/ATL_Sept2014_OE_SCI
Here is the corresponding press release (the Patriot Ledger, the Quincy Sun, the Globe, and Herald, and others):
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September Art Exhibit: Imagine
PRESS FOR "Trees - Branching Out", ARTSCAPE Small Gallery, 2nd floor, West Concord, MA.
- Concord Journal - June 26th edition. "It's a small world" - "Doll Houses, revisited." This Exhibit features 11 artists' take on litle homes". http://concord.wickedlocal.com/article/20140628/NEWS/140628450/0/SEARCH
CONCORDArtScape @ The Bradford Mill in West Concord is presenting The Doll House Show through July 28.The show takes a new look at an old idea. Historically, the doll house represented an idealized depiction of home. In this exhibition, 11 local artists suggest the little buildings can tell us so much more - about how we think and dream and create stories to frame our lives as much as buildings do.The exhibit features doll houses that take their cue from the 1950s and old "Good Housekeeping" magazines to structures that reflect more recent realities, including a house for a "pack-rat" and a home that is foreclosed.It displays paintings, photographs and collages on the theme, including a doll house envisioned for a boy by an artist recalling his pre-teen years. A selection of one-of-a-kind vintage children’s chairs from Retrocraft Design completes the display."My work intentionally references the tradition of dollhouses with scale and exterior surfaces, however I strive to challenge it’s significance with fragmented and unexpected interiors," said Kate Benson, an ArtScape artist who has houses and photos in the show. "I am interested in how people affect the spaces they occupy physically and emotionally, and the tensions between the exterior and interior, and perception and reality."Frank Mazzola, Jr.’s oil painting on display, "First the Doll House, then the Mill," "represents how I played with green Army men as a preteen growing up during the Vietnam war," he said, "and brings a male perspective to the show."Artist Sanya Colson-Inam’s piece, "Imagine a Japanese Doll House," is a mix of tradition and modernity, reality and fantasy, she says. "Is the geisha part of the doll house or is she the one playing with it?" she asks. "Are we in traditional Japan or is it modern Japan (look for the laptop in the dollhouse)? I chose a Japanese doll house in paper to represent Japan's amazing origami arts and paper designs as well as works on paper. "The Doll House Show includes work by Roberta Boylen, Jenn Goodale, Brigitte Desautels, Holly Czapski, Irene Stapieford, Benet and Retrocraft Design. It is open for viewing during weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more info call: 978-790 7776.ArtScape studios and galleries are the visual arts component of The Bradford Mill, a business and entrepreneurial center in the former mill buildings of The Allen Chair Company, c. 1906. (bradfordmill.com). The address is 33-43 Bradford St., West Concord.
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