Artists Reception: Saturday, September 29, 2001, 3 to 6 PM (open to the public)
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Press Contact: Marilyn Henrion, 212-982-8949 or 570-775-6471 (studio)
To celebrate their move from the Soho area to Chelsea, the Noho Gallery opens with an inaugural exhibition of small works in a variety of media by artist members. The primary focus of Noho, since its founding in 1975, has been to exhibit art works of high quality in all media, diverse in style and content. As a direct result of that guiding philosophy, Noho stands as one of the oldest and most respected artist-led galleries in New York.
This exhibition includes paintings, drawings, sculpture, fiber art, mixed media, collage, photography and prints. Works by many of these artists are represented in important museum, corporate and private collections, such as the Zimmerli Art Museum, The Museum of the City of New York, The American Craft Museum, The Newark Museum, Montclair Museum, IBM, Kaiser Permanente, Lucent Technologies, Pepsico, Pfizer, Avaya Communications, International Paper, Chubb Insurance, Shearson Lehman, Readers Digest, and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
The artists are Edgar Barbosa, Rebecca Cooperman, David Deutsch, Sharon Florin, Diana Freedman-Shea, Lynne Friedman, Jessica Fromm, Sheila Hecht, Marilyn Henrion, Frances Jacobson, Mark Jacobson, Amarillis Kroon, Bruce Laird, Hyeon-Seok Lee, Daniele Marin, Dianne Martin, Pat Feeney Murrell, Akiko Naomura, Siena Porta, Stephanie Rauschenbusch, Jacques Simons, Zarvin Swerbilov, Hester Welish, Erma Martin Yost, Leon Yost, and Judy Zeichner.
Slides are available upon request.