Friday, October 10, 2008

Art show at the DreamLight Gallery Nov. 1 - Dec. 13

I just wanted to let you know about the art show I have coming up. It's at the DreamLight Gallery in Englewood NJ. It's a new gallery showing my work for 6 weeks beginning November 1 at 6 pm. I'll be showing about 25 pieces of my abstract figure and equine artwork. The press release and poster is below.

---Press Release---
The works of NJ artist Nancy Soulliard will be featured at the New Light Art Exhibit at DreamLight Gallery, 150 Engle Street in Englewood, NJ. The opening reception is November 1 at 6pm. The show will run through December 13, 2008. The exhibit includes a collection of painterly montages of the human and equine subject radiating energy, texture and form.

Nancy Soulliard’s passion for horses began as a young girl in Pennsylvania. Receiving an Associates Degree in Equine Science from Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, PA, Nancy began her exploration of form and figure. In 1999, she earned a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts (Communication Design/Illustration) at Kutztown University in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, working primarily in pastel, watercolor and acrylic. In 2006, Nancy joined the Equine Art Guild and began actively showing figurative and equine artwork. Currently, residing in Clifton, New Jersey with her husband, dog and horse not too far away.

This unique collection offers selections that are perfect for home or business, reasonably priced to reflect the challenges of the current economy. Homemade refreshments will be offered.

DreamLight Gallery provides a venue for local artists to show their work in a space primarily used as a photo studio and marketing office. The ambiance of the gallery floor is unique; complimented by two candle-lit fireplaces, ornate moulding, hardwood floors, 12 ft high tin ceilings within a Victorian building built in 1850 located the boutique section of Englewood. Designed and operated by photographer Frank Aiello, its purpose is to encourage forums of artistic stimuli, and to offer the public exceptional works of art for every budget.

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