I am excited to announce the start of a new endeavor to help me publish my book of monotypes and to help in the studio, my PATREON page. PATREON provides a way to support artists without having to have the resources of the Medicis! :) Throughout time, patrons have supported artists in their important work. Patreon is a way to modernize this system and crowd source Patronage.
My printmaking requires a lot of paper and ink! Because of my disability, I often need the help of of a studio assistant who can also work with me to sort and compile my prints into a book.
I hope you will take the time to look at my page and choose to support me! But, whether you choose to become a patron or not, I hope you know how much I value your support of my journey.
Spread Spectrum - A Modulation of Women Artists Speak
Part of the Annual Newark Arts Festival
One Theater Square, 2 Center St, Newark, NJ 07102
The exhibition looks at the works of women artists via a spectrum of realistic and abstract fine art. The works collectively reflect perspectives of high self-efficacy, internal and external loci of control through content and purpose. The art was curated to explore, and present themes related to the experiences of women’s lives.
Spread Spectrum Artists: Sybil Archibald, Anonda Bell, Caren King Choi, Joan Cummings, Maria Luis Estrella, Donna Conklin King, Ellen Lambert, Sarah Langsam, Beverly A. McCutcheon, Ruth Neustadter, Nell Painter, Luisa F. Pinzon Romero, Theda Sandiford, Danielle Scott, Ameerah Shabazz, April Tracey, Mary Young, DJ Giselle Manbodh
Opening Reception and Dance Party, music by DJ Giselle: Friday, October 11th 6- 10 PM
Viewing Hours: Saturday, October 12, 4-7 PM
Closing Reception: Sunday, October 13th 4- 7 PM
My art is now available on Artsy! If you're not familiar with Artsy, it’s a platform for serious art collectors. It partners with over 2,500 galleries, 800 museums and institutions, and 60 international art fairs, who publish work on the site, providing collectors a central resource to learn about and purchase artwork from anywhere in the world. In addition, Artsy partners with top auction houses, like Phillips and Christie's.
One block, two studios, three FABULOUS artists! Join us for a peak inside the world of an artist. View art, hangout, and share some mulled wine or cider and snacks.
Sybil Archibald and Gayle Mahoney
18 Warren Court, South Orange
Sunday, November 11
12:00 to 4:00pm
Works from Sybil's monotype a day series, plus other new work, works in progress, and demonstrations. Gayle Mahoney's masterful original watercolors, prints, accessories, and note cards.
36 Warren Court, South Orange
Leslie's dynamic healing energy paintings, note cards and more!
at The Historic Hahne & Co. Building
Opening: Thursday, October 4th, 6:00-10:00pm
Closing: Sunday, October 7th, 4:00-7:00pm
October 4th - 7th, 2018
Map Stop #23
Sybil Archibald, Wendy Bellermann, Sylvia Taylor & Rea Kilker.
+Painting, photography, sculpture, collage & printmaking
+Hands on demonstrations of Monotype printing
+All visitors will be entered into a free drawing to win an original monotype!
+Food, drink & good conversation
18 Warren Court, South Orange, NJ
Saturday June 2nd & Sunday, June 3rd, 11:00am-5pm
Map Stop #14
Sybil Archibald, Wendy Bellermann, Debbie Markette & April Tracey
Painting, photography, sculpture & printmaking
Hands on demonstrations of Monotype printing
Food, drink, & ping pong
18 Warren Court, South Orange, NJ
Saturday June 3rd & Sunday, June 4th, 11:00am-5pm
February 1 -March 24, 2017
Howard Ave, West Long Branch, NJ 07764
Works of Sybil Archibald, Terry Boddie & Russell Christen
September 2 - 30, Open during school hours
CHS, Maplewood, NJ
UN-COMMON-PLACE is part of a community-wide project in conjunction with the upcoming exhibition, A SENSE OF PLACE, KIKI AND SETON SMITH, a tribute to two outstanding artists/native daughters at the Walsh Gallery, Seton Hall University. The Pierro Gallery of South Orange, in response to this initiative, will exhibit POLITICO: (Do You) Know your place?. addressing the issues of race and feminism as they relate to the 2016 Presidential Race. In conjunction with this exhibit, I will be giving an artist talk and two monotype workshops for the staff and students of CHS. I am very excited to have chance to work with young artists!