Tucson Museum of Art

Seen And UnseenCarol Donates in Support of the Tucson Museum of Art

The CRUSH event, in support of the Tucson Museum of Art, is a 28 day event beginning March 7, 2014 and culminating with the  CRUSH Gala on April 5, 2014. Included in the events will be appraisals and auctions by Bonhams, International Auctioneers and Appraisers.  Celebrity chefs, Doug Levy and Ryan Clark will both prepare and serve exotic cuisines coupled with wine pairings. Celebrate the art in pARTy and experience a world of wine, food, and art in the lobby and courtyards of the Tucson Museum of Art in historic downtown Tucson. Taste more than 100 different wines from famous wineries and sample fantastic foods offered by 26 different local restaurants. Bid on fabulous items including wine, art, travel, services, and more in the silent auction. The CRUSH Party will be held Friday, April 4, 2013 from 5 – 9 PM
 at the Tucson Museum of Art. The  CRUSH Gala will be held Saturday, April 5, 2013 from 5:00 – 11 PM 
at Loews Ventana Canyon. For more information please visit www.tucsonmuseumof art.org.

Twilight Stars accepted into the Topeka Competition 31

COMP-31-Outdoor-bannerTwilight Stars was accepted into the Topeka Competition 31, Topeka, Kansas, USA. This national, juried exhibition was hosted by the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery on behalf of the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library, and sponsored by Friends of the Library.  The juror for the exhibition was Sarah Perkins.  An image of Twilight Stars was selected for the large banner promoting the show. The exhibition will run through January 19, 2014. For more information click here.

Twilight Stars close-up

Twilight Stars





Woodland Queens Sold Out

Woodland Queens, A bronze Vessel by Carol AllemnThe limited edition of Woodland Queens is now SOLD OUT. The impressively glowing vessel, with its elegant and delicate aspen trees, speaks of cooperation, leadership, generosity, support of one another (particularly in the ‘storms’ of our lives), modeling of the highest personal, community and corporate integrity; and inspiration for one to fully and simply always stretch for the Light. The edition size was 28 – adding the numbers 1 through 7 to total 28. Seven has long been a favorite number for Carol signifying creative perfection connecting the spiritual and temporal realms. The aspen tree is a marvelously wise and soulful teacher – Woodland Queens is a stunningly marvelous mirror of these exceptional qualities. A special thank you to our many valued collectors who have made this edition so successful.

Remembering Gratitude Wins Award in American Women Arists 2013 Juried Competition

A bronze vessel by Czasrol Alleman titled Remembering Gratitude and featuring the California PoppyRemembering Gratitude was juried into the American Women Artists 16th Annual Juried Competition. This year, 60 works were chosen from over 800 entries representing works in oil, watercolor, pastel, bronze and wood. The 2013 exhibit was held at the RS Hanna Gallery in Fredericksburg, TX and ran through November 24, 2013. Remembering Gratitude earned the Award of Merit in the show. American Women Artists is a non-profit organization dedicated to the inspiration, celebration, and encouragement of women in the arts. As American Art Collector Magazine recently observed, AWA members are, “women of distinction,” representing some of the very best painters and sculptors working today. For additional information please visit www.americanwomenartists.org.

The Blanche Ames 2013 National Juried Exhibition

The Seed and Promises have been juried into the 2013 Blanche Ames National Exhibit. David Preston Wells, Professor of Painting, New Hampshire Institute of Art, and Manchester, NH served as the 2013 juror. The image of Promises has been selected as the promotional image for the show catalog and the postcard invitation. The exhibit will be held in the Ames Mansion at Borderland State Park; Sharon, MA. The park was the former estate of the botanist Oakes Ames and his artist wife, Blanche. It stretches over 1750 beautiful acres of woodlands, meadows, ponds, and trails. An opening reception will be held on Saturday evening, September 21 while the exhibit runs through October 5, 2013. For additional information visit friendsofborderland.org or call 781.784.6116.

Artist for Conservation 2013 Annual Juried Exhibit

Twilight Stars by Carol AllemanTwilight Stars, featuring the evening primrose plant and the primrose moth has been selected as a juried inclusion of the 2013 Artist For Conservation International Juried Exhibit. The exhibit includes a live exhibit to be held at Grouse Mountain, North Vancouver, BC coupled with a year long virtual exhibit. The show will be held September 28 – October 6, 2013. For additional information visit the Artist for Conservation Website.

Seeds of Harmony Wins First Place in the The Art League of Hilton Head’s 2013 Biennale Juried Exhibition

Seeds of Harmony, A bronze vessel by Carol Alleman
Seeds of Harmony  earned First Place in the 3D category at The Art League of Hilton Head’s 2013 Biennale Juried Exhibition. Paul E. Matheny, III Chief Curator of Art SC State Museum, was the show juror; selecting 95 pieces of artwork for the exhibit. The State Museum was voted one of the three top museums by Southeastern readers of Southern Living magazine, along with the High Museum in Atlanta and the Smithsonian Institution.

The State Museum has been voted Best Museum in the Midlands five years in a row by Columbia Metropolitan magazine, and was designated Best Museum of 2007 by the readers of the Free Times newspaper.

The exhibition event was held in conjunction with the Bravo Festival of the Arts sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. The exhibit was held at the Walter Greer Gallery in the Arts Center of Coastal Carolina on Hilton Head Island, SC and ran through June 1, 2013. For additional information please visit www.artleaguehhi.org or telephone 843.681.5060.

Womb of Life Selected by Manhattan Arts International Juried Exhibit

Womb of Life, A Bronze Vessel  by Carol AllemanWomb of Life has been accepted into the Manhattan Arts International “Celebrate the Healing Power of Art” exhibit earning an Award of Excellence. This exhibition is designed to bring widespread awareness about the many positive benefits of Fine Art by showcasing a variety of interpretations, subject matter, styles and media that evoke the nature of healing in its many forms. The distinguished panel of jurors included: Jill Conner , Art Critic/Writer, Curator, Founder of AS, New York, NY -the New York Editor of Whitehot Magazine as well as the Editor of On-Verge | Alternative Art Criticism, a collaboration between the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and CUE Art Foundation. Barbara Markoff, Art Consultant, owner of Artrageous!, and a corporate art consultant based in San Diego, CA; and Renée Phillips, Author, Founder/Director, Manhattan Arts International. Renée is founder and director of Manhattan Arts International. She is the author of several books and publications including the Artist Success Package, Presentation Power Tools for Fine Artists, Success NOW! For Artists, and several editions of The Complete Guide to New York Art Galleries. She writes for Professional Artist magazine, the Manhattan Arts International Celebrate The Healing Power of ART blog and Renée Phillips Art News blog. She has organized and curated more than 50 exhibitions in New York, NY in many venues including Lincoln Center. This is the 8th “Celebrate the Healing Power of ART” juried exhibition she has organized. The jurors made their selections based on how well the artists express the healing process through their art, on creative originality, and technical merit. The show runs from May 1 – July 13 and may be viewed on-line at http://www.manhattanarts.com/Gallery/Healing-Power-of-ART/index.htm.