Exchanges on Paper
March 20 to April 28, 2017
Reception with artists: Saturday, April 15, 2017, 6 pm – 8 pm
Artists: Teresa Waterman, Esther Rosa, Michelle Bratsafolis, and Kathryn Cameron. Curated by Nadia Martinez
Miranda Arts Project Space is pleased to present Exchanges on Paper, a group exhibition curated by Nadia Martinez featuring the works by Teresa Waterman, Esther Rosa, Michelle Bratsafolis, and Kathryn Cameron. All the artists in this exhibition work with paper in various forms and techniques.
Exchanges on Paper highlights the significant role and variety of forms paper has taken over time in our everyday lives as well as in the arts. This show features the range of works on paper including drawings, paintings, cyanotypes, sculptures, encaustic and mixed media. Either by using an old-age method and media like encaustic, gilding, and cyanotype or by allowing the media to change and transform itself; Time is the invisible thread that unifies all the artworks in the exhibition.
The Gallery hours by appointment only until April 28th, 2017. Reception is free and open to the public.
For additional information regarding Exchanges on Paper or to make an appointment, please contact Nadia Martinez at 917-727-1430 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
See her website at www.nowaboutart.com
Curated by Nadia Martinez. Ms. Martinez is an artist and an emerging curator who has exhibited her work nationally and internationally in individual and group exhibitions at Zorya Fine Art, Greenwich; National Academy Museum, New York; ArtLima, Lima, Peru; Pinta Art Fair, New York; 4uattro Pareti Galleria, Napoli, Italy among others. Ms. Martinez is currently on the faculty of the National Academy School where she teaches sculpture.
Teresa Waterman received her BA in Fine Arts from Skidmore College and Master’s Degree, MSED, from Pratt Institute. She began a professional career in architecture at Gensler and Associates. Waterman was also a studio assistant in the Lanzrein Studio. She has been a teaching fellow in the Skidmore College's Summer Six Program and has taught art history with the Learning to Look Programs. She is an art educator at the Whitney Museum of American Art. She has also been a portfolio reviewer for New York State Council of the Arts Grants Awards. She has exhibited her work in solo , group exhibitions, and art fairs, Scope New York , Urgel3 Madrid, Sonia Gethoff Gallery, Miranda Arts Space, and The National Academy Museum. Her works are in public and private collections . Waterman is on the board of The Vermont Studio Center and is currently a full-time practicing artist with a studio in Port Chester, NY.
Esther Rosa was born in Madrid, Spain. She is psychologist specialized in Human Resources working in the Media sector for almost 15 years. Esther discovered her passion for fine arts when she and her family moved to New York in 2006. She started her studies in Fine Arts at the “National Academy School of Fine Arts” in Manhattan, NY. Once there, she discovered an ability and passion she didn’t know she had. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally in solo, group exhibitions and Art Fairs. Art on Paper Art Fair, NY: Affordable Art Fair, NY; Aqua Art Fair, Art Basel week, Miami, Florida; Sohotel Artspace Gallery, NY; Sonia Gechtoff Gallery, NY; National Academy Museum, NY; Kreisler Gallery, Madrid, Spain among others. She lives and works in New York.
Kathryn Cameron is an American artist. Kathryn creates Installations, sculptures, drawings, paintings formed by materials with rich textures that echo natural elements of the Earth. She works with paper and metal, materials that are ephemeral in nature and are subject to the effects of the passage of time. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Video Production and has studied sculpture at the National Academy School of Fine Arts, The New York Academy of Arts and the School of Visual Arts in New York. Kathryn Cameron has largely exhibited in United States of America, Europe, and New Zealand, through solo and group exhibitions. Her work is in private and public collections, and it is the subject of several articles and essays. Kathryn Cameron lives and works in New York.
Michelle Bratsafolis was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up on the North Shore of Long Island. She received her B.A. in American Studies from Brandeis University and her J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law. Bratsafolis enrolled in the Studio Intensive Program at the National Academy School in New York City, where she is pursuing her interests in painting, alternative photographic processes, and other mediums. She earlier studied at the 92nd Street Y and at the Art New England Summer Program sponsored by the Massachusetts College of Art and Design at Bennington College in Vermont. Bratsafolis is an active member of the Brandeis University Arts Council, which annually reviews faculty proposals seeking funding for special art, music and theater programs to benefit university students and the community at large.