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Canvas Paper and Stone Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Portraits in Blue: JVC Jazz Visual Art Event with IAM
Curated by: gwendolyn black
2611 Frederick Douglass Blvd, Studio 2N
bet. West 139th and 140th Streets
Harlem, NY 10030-3497


July 10th, 2008 - August 23rd, 2008
Opening: 
July 10th, 2008 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Cassandra Singing the Blues, Eric GiraultEric Girault, Cassandra Singing the Blues,
1994, oil on canvas, 246 x 310
© Eric Girault
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NEIGHBORHOOD:  
harlem
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Thursday through Saturday, Noon to 6PM and By Appointment
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Incorporation of Artists on the Move
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Incorporation of Artists on the Move, Inc. in its continued recognition and celebration of visual artists presents "Portraits in Blue," 8th Annual JVC Jazz Festival Event and Visual Expressions on Jazz Series from June 24th-August 31st 2008, at

  • Canvas Paper and Stone Gallery, 2611 Frederick Douglas Blvd., Studio 2N (bet 139th & 140th Streets);
  • St. Marks United Methodist Church, 49-55 Edgecombe Avenue (@137th Street);
  • Citi Bank Financial Center, 2481 A.C.P., Jr. Blvd @144th Street in Harlem;  and
  • Clinton Hill Art Gallery, 154A Vanderbilt Avenue (near Myrtle Avenue) in Brooklyn.


This year's theme, "Portraits in Blue" explores the relationship of color and jazz music and will feature the works of emerging and established artists, some of whom have for over a decade created works of art dedicated to jazz music. "Jazz music and visual arts have many similarities" states Gwendolyn Black, event creator and curator, who recognized the lack of support for visual artists and their works on jazz and was inspired to create this annual event. "Harmony, rhythm, tone, and space are a few of the many descriptions used to describe both jazz music and visual arts. Many visual artists listen to jazz music while working and have been at the forefront of creating works of art dedicated to jazz.


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