Anthony J. Rudisill: National Parks America’s Last Refuge 25 October -14 December
Sandra Bloodworth - "Six in the City"
Solo Exhibit - Gallery 2
SOMA NewArt Gallery

Six in the City presents six new portraits of a choreographer, a novelist, and a poet, and three visual artists.

The intent is to bring the person into the room and to capture a glimpse of their personality in the process. All of these subjects are well known, though not necessarily a household name.  All excel in their field and are creative and intriguing.  Bloodworth captures that spirit and at the same time inspire the viewer to get to know the subject and their art a little better. 

Opening Reception - Saturday, October 25, 5 -8 pm

More info: SOMA NewArt Gallery

21 October - 4 January 2015
Paul Strand: Master of Modern Photography

Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia, PA

This major retrospective presents the work of a critical figure in the history of modern art, American photographer and filmmaker Paul Strand (1890–1976), whose archive of nearly 4,000 prints stands as a cornerstone of the Museum’s collection. It surveys Strand’s entire life’s work, including his breakthrough trials in abstraction and street portraits, close-ups of natural and machine forms, and extended explorations of the American Southwest, Mexico, New England, France, Italy, Scotland, Egypt and Morocco.

More info: Philadelphia Museum of Art

18 October - 5 April 2015
International Sculpture Center’s 20th Annual Student Award Exhibition

Grounds for Sculpture
Hamilton, NJ

Always innovative, the ISC and GFS collaborative exhibition in the Domestic Arts Building features work by undergraduate and graduate student artists, recommended by their professors. The competition attracts international submissions of over 500 artworks and is juried by a distinguished panel of art professionals. Don’t miss the potential future of sculpture as these extraordinary students exhibit their award-winning work.

More info: Grounds for Sculpture