20 February

FIBERNEXT- an Exhibition at Delaware Museum of Art

FIBERNEXT  is a group exhibition at the Delaware Art Museum which opened on February 15 and runs through April 13. Co-curated by artists Carol Cole and Gina Bosworth, FiberNext showcases a blend of spectacular and intimate works that reflect the lively state of fiber art by 12 regional fiber artists. This exhibition will feature approximately 20 pieces […]

3 February

Creative Materials All Around

Are you feeling creative? When happens now? Do you follow through, or drop the ball and use the sad excuse, “I have no art materials kicking around to make anything”? Come to the Delaware Center for Horticulture on the evening of February 18th and 25th, where I’ll be giving a creative workshop called “ECO-FUSION”. There will be […]

3 January

Willow Art Workshop

In  a few weeks, I’ll be rubbing elbows with fellow horticulture types and sharing my green sculptural techniques at the “Mid-Atlantic Horticulture Short Course”  in Virginia Beach, VA.  Here’s a clip from the program describing my Willow Art Workshop:         Presented by the Virginia Horticultural Foundation, this event encourages professionals and nonprofessionals to enjoy, learn, and […]

5 August

500 Paper Objects

In this great book filled with images, paper is showcased in remarkable works that demonstrate the virtually boundless potential of this everyday  material.  Juror Gene Mc Hugh showcases over 150 artists and craftsmen in a book published by Lark Crafts 2013.

19 January

Encountering Nature

This exhibition examines some of the ways artists respond to nature in their work. It includes installation, video, photography, painting, and sculpture to examine the myriad ways that artists interact with nature. Artists whose works are on display include: Anne Appleby, Vaughn Bell, Susan Benarcik, Randy Bolton, Ann Chahbandour, Caitlin Cunningham, Annette Davidek, Adam Davies, […]

13 July

Growing A Garden

I started a new project in May 2012 and handed it off in May 2013…             Along with Bonnie Ora Sherk, founder of Life Frames Inc., we established the first New York- based, “Community Garden and Think Park” on Roosevelt Island.  Through a program called “A Living Library”, which incorporates local resources […]

6 January

IN THE BOROWSKY GALLERY: CORPOREAL

  Body Awareness a review by Victoria Donohoe Philadelphia Inquirer  Feb 10, 2012 “Corporeal,” the five-person sculpture show at the Gershman Y by alumni fellows of the Center for Emerging Visual Artists, has a lot going for it. The poles of the exhibit belong to Ava Blitz and Maria Anasazi. Blitz, a “straight” sculptor, achieves chunky […]

28 November

“A PLETHORA OF PRETTY TRINKETS; A review on the Random Tea Salon exhibition

ARTSNOVEMBER 17, 2011 AT 6:08 AM Sip & Ponder Eco–artist Susan Benarcik fills the Random Tea Room and Curiosity Shop in NoLibs with a plethora of pretty trinkets. By EILLIE ANZILOTTI If you were to walk into the Random Tea Room and Curiosity Shop on a given day, you might l3eave without even noticing an art exhibit […]

14 November
31 October

Two pieces in the National Juried Craft Triennial

Craft USA November 13 through December 23, 2011 Craft USA 2011, Silvermine Arts Center’s seventh national juried craft triennial, is open to craft artists throughout the United States. This year’s exhibition will be juried by Holly Hotchner, Director, Museum of Art & Design. 1037 Silvermine Road New Canaan, CT 06840 Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Saturday: 12pm-5pm Sunday: […]