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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Guest Artist Donna Yarish to appear at Off Track Art February 26 through April 29, 2013

 Guest Artist Donna Yarish to appear at Off Track Art February 26 through April 29, 2013

Opening Reception: Friday, March 1, 2012, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

OFF TRACK ART Artist’s Cooperative

“Off Track Art” - www.offtrackart.com  - is an artists’ co-op and gallery located in the historic Liberty Building at 11 Liberty Street – at the parking lot side entrance, next to the railroad tracks, off of the Sentinel parking lot at the corner of West Main St and MD 27-Liberty St - in historic downtown Westminster, Carroll County Maryland. Open: Wed-Fri. Noon to 6 PM , Sat. 10 AM - 5 PM. http://offtrackart.blogspot.com/ www.offtrackart.com  – or www.offtrackart.org  or www.offtrackart.net

Guest Artist – Donna Yarish


Stacey Coverstone – Western Romance Author
Book signing at the Off Track Art opening for Donna Yarish on Friday, March 1, 2012, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Lydia Bandy – musician/composer of Piano Pearls – playing the keyboard at the Off Track Art opening for Donna Yarish on Friday, March 1, 2012, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Reception Date: Friday, March 1, 2012, 5:30 to 7:30 pm

Art Exhibit Dates: February 26 – April 29, 2013

Off Track Art Hours: Wed – Fri noon to 5 pm and Sat 10 am to 5 pm
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Donna J. Yarish
Westminster, MD 21157
donna@donnasworldofcolor.com
Website:  www:donnasworldofcolor.com

Artist Biography

After working in the corporate world for many years Donna took an early retirement.  In January 2007, she took her first art class at Carroll Community College.  She continued with private watercolor classes with Felisa Flecker, workshops and classes with Tara Grim, Carolyn Seabolt, Sarah Abel DeLuca, and Skip Lawrence.  Presently Donna enjoys abstract painting, using acrylics, collage and mixed media with Ed Ramsburg, who continually encourages her to grow as an artist.

She has exhibited at Carroll County Community College – The Great Hall, Carroll Life Gallery, Circuit Court Building, Carroll County Arts Council, Frederick Arts Council (FAC), Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center (DVAEC), The Artists Gallery, FMH Crestwood Gallery, and Frederick County Art Association.  Within this past year, two of the art pieces have been shown at the Annapolis Statehouse Building.  Presently, original pieces and giclees are in private collections and consigned in a local shop.

When Donna was in the second grade art class, she remembered feeling the excitement when painting her first abstract.  Now she is focusing on acrylic, collage and mixed media abstracts - the larger the canvas, the better.  She enjoys expressing creativity through painting and going to new levels using the imagination with whatever materials are available.  The whole process from beginning to end is exhilarating! I love sharing my world of color with others.

Juried Shows

Salon Frederique at The Artists’ Gallery, Frederick, MD, 2010
5th Annual Frederick in Annapolis Show, State Capitol Building, Annapolis, MD, 2011
6th Annual Frederick in Annapolis Show, State Capitol Building, Annapolis, MD, 2012
Art at the Mill (Burwell-Morgan Mill), Millwood, VA 2011
Frederick Memorial Hospital – Crestwood Center Gallery, Frederick, MD, 2011, 2012
Towson Art Collective Gallery, Towson, MD 2012
Art Square, 11th Annual Something Hot Regional Show, Leesburg, VA 2012

Group Shows

Carroll County Artists’ Guild Members’ Exhibit, Carroll Community College Great Hall, Westminster, MD, 2009, 2012
DVAEC Members’ Show, Frederick, MD, 2010, 2011, 2012
Frederick County Art Association Members’ Exhibit, Frederick, MD, 2010, 2011, 2012
Frederick County Art Association @ The Griffin Center, Frederick, MD 2012
International Miniature Art Show, Seaside Gallery, Nags Head, NC, 2010
Grace Lutheran Church Holiday Members’ Exhibit, Westminster, MD 2010
Grace Lutheran Church Gallery 2011, 2012
Artomatic @ Frederick, MD 2011
Carroll County Artists Guild Exhibits @ Circuit Courthouse, Westminster, MD 2011, 2012
Carroll County Artists Guild Exhibits @ Carroll Life Gallery, Westminster, MD 2011, 2012
Carroll County Artists Guild Exhibits @ Carroll Senior Center,  Westminster, MD 2011, 2012
10th Annual Carroll County Arts Council Member Show, Westminster, MD 2012
Hampstead Art House, Sassafras Gallery – “Hues of Spring,” Hampstead, MD 2012

Small Group and Solo Shows

Abstract X 4, a four-person show at the Blanche Ames Gallery, Frederick, MD, 2011
Birdies Café Exhibit – Solo Show, Westminster, MD 2012
Six Pack Abs:  Flexing Abstraction, a six-person show at the Carroll County Arts Council, Westminster, MD, 2012
Two-person show at Carroll County Community College, Miller Center, Westminster, MD 2012

Awards

9th Annual Carroll County Arts Council Member Show: Artistic Excellence Ribbon, Westminster, MD 2011

Donations

Grace Lutheran Church, Westminster, MD 2011

Other

Curator for Grace Lutheran Church Gallery, Westminster, MD 2011, 2012

Rev Nov 2012

For more information about the show contact Donna at:

Donna@donnasworldofcolor.com
www.donnasworldofcolor.com

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Saturday, February 23, 2013

First impressions of the new Dalí Museum in St Petersburg




The new Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida has now been open for over two-years. The much-anticipated fantastical $36 million, 66,450 square foot museum doubled the capacity of the previous 1982 building that I had the opportunity to visit in February 2009.

The original museum had opened in a renovated marine warehouse March 7, 1982. According to a number of media accounts, the new museum – which is the home of 2,140 pieces of Salvador Dali’s art, including 96 oil paintings and eight huge master works - opened on the auspicious date of January 11, 2011 (1/11/11) at 11:11 a.m.

The museum in downtown St. Petersburg houses one of the most extensive collections of the art of Salvador Dali in the world. It began in Cleveland, OH, in 1942 where collecting Dali’s art was the lifelong passion of industrialist A. Reynolds Morse, and his wife Eleanor Reese Morse.

[...]

As you approach the HOK-designed museum, you are immediately impressed with the enormity of what appears at first glance to be a huge introverted enigmatic cubist-snail on steroids. The internationally recognized architect Yann Weymouth led the design team.

The museum structure is a magnificent adaption to a site with many design constraints, including but not limited to the fact that it houses one of the foremost collections of art in the world in a hurricane zone, just feet above sea level with a profound flood hazard…

[…]

According to information on the Dali Museum website, “The museum’s exterior is itself a work of art, featuring 1062 triangular-shaped glass panels. This geodesic glass structure – nicknamed the “Enigma” – is the only structure of its kind in North America and is a 21st century expression of Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic dome as utilized in Dalí’s Teatro Museo in Figueres, Spain. No two glass panels are identical, providing a kaleidoscopic view of St. Petersburg’s picturesque waterfront.

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If you ever find yourself in the south Florida area, even if you are not an art enthusiast, do not pass up an opportunity to visit the Dali Museum in the downtown St. Petersburg waterfront part of town - at 1 Dali Boulevard, (475 Bayshore Dr SE,) Saint Petersburg, FL. 33701, (727) 823-3767.

The hours are Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Thu 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sunday, noon-5:30 p.m. Military, police and firefighters have an admission price of $19. Students with an ID are $15. After 5:00 pm on Thursdays admission is only $10.

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Related: A visit to the new surreal fantastical Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida




On Wednesday, February 20, 2013, I took advantage of the opportunity to visit the new Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.


I wrote about that visit in The Tentacle: Spellbound by Salvador Dali by Kevin E. Dayhoff on March 25, 2009


I have also written about my February 20, 2013 visit. That article is scheduled to be published on Wednesday, February 27, 2013… Find it here: http://www.thetentacle.com/author.cfm?MyAuthor=41

Some excerpts of that column may be found below, along a number of photographs…

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The new Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida

Kevin E. Dayhoff

The new Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida has now been open for over two-years. The much-anticipated fantastical $36 million, 66,450 square foot museum doubled the capacity of the previous 1982 building that I had the opportunity to visit in February 2009.

The original museum had opened in a renovated marine warehouse March 7, 1982. According to a number of media accounts, the new museum – which is the home of 2,140 pieces of Salvador Dali’s art, including 96 oil paintings and eight huge master works - opened on the auspicious date of January 11, 2011 (1/11/11) at 11:11 a.m.

The museum in downtown St. Petersburg houses one of the most extensive collections of the art of Salvador Dali in the world. It began in Cleveland, OH, in 1942 where collecting Dali’s art was the lifelong passion of industrialist A. Reynolds Morse, and his wife Eleanor Reese Morse.

Alas, sadly my winter schedules in the last number of years have not included a visit to the Dali Museum, Tampa, and St. Petersburg or the opportunity to seeing the local sights such as the Sunshine Skyway – completed in 1987, it spans the mouth of Tampa Bay and is the world's longest cable-stayed concrete bridge.

This year I was able to juggle my schedule to see what the buzz is all about at what many are calling one of the world’s top-ten art destinations.

As you approach the HOK-designed museum, you are immediately impressed with the enormity of what appears at first glance to be a huge introverted enigmatic cubist-snail on steroids. The internationally recognized architect Yann Weymouth led the design team.

The museum structure is a magnificent adaption to a site with many design constraints, including but not limited to the fact that it houses one of the foremost collections of art in the world in a hurricane zone, just feet above sea level with a profound flood hazard…


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My visit to the new surreal fantastical Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida




 

Sadly my winter schedules in the last number of years have not included a visit to the Dali Museum, Tampa, and St. Petersburg or the opportunity to seeing the local sights such as the Sunshine Skyway – completed in 1987; it spans the mouth of Tampa Bay and is the world's longest cable-stayed concrete bridge.


This year I was able to juggle my schedule to visit and see for myself what the buzz is all about at the new Salvador Dali Museum, which many are calling one of the world’s top-ten art destinations. Find a number of pictures here…


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[…]

The new Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida has now been open for over two-years. The much-anticipated fantastical $36 million, 66,450 square foot museum doubled the capacity of the previous 1982 building that I had the opportunity to visit in February 2009.

The original museum had opened in a renovated marine warehouse March 7, 1982. The new museum – which is the home of 2,140 pieces of Salvador Dali’s art, including 96 oil paintings and eight huge master works - opened on the auspicious date of January 11, 2011 (1/11/11) at 11:11 a.m.

The museum in downtown St. Petersburg houses one of the most extensive collections of the art of Salvador Dali in the world. The collection began in Cleveland, OH, in 1942 where collecting Dali’s art was the lifelong passion of industrialist A. Reynolds Morse, and his wife Eleanor Reese Morse.
 

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Related: A visit to the new surreal fantastical Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida




On Wednesday, February 20, 2013, I took advantage of the opportunity to visit the new Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.


I wrote about that visit in The Tentacle: Spellbound by Salvador Dali by Kevin E. Dayhoff on March 25, 2009


I have also written about my February 20, 2013 visit. That article is scheduled to be published on Wednesday, February 27, 2013… Find it here: http://www.thetentacle.com/author.cfm?MyAuthor=41

Some excerpts of that column may be found below, along a number of photographs…

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The new Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida

Kevin E. Dayhoff

The new Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida has now been open for over two-years. The much-anticipated fantastical $36 million, 66,450 square foot museum doubled the capacity of the previous 1982 building that I had the opportunity to visit in February 2009.

The original museum had opened in a renovated marine warehouse March 7, 1982. According to a number of media accounts, the new museum – which is the home of 2,140 pieces of Salvador Dali’s art, including 96 oil paintings and eight huge master works - opened on the auspicious date of January 11, 2011 (1/11/11) at 11:11 a.m.

The museum in downtown St. Petersburg houses one of the most extensive collections of the art of Salvador Dali in the world. It began in Cleveland, OH, in 1942 where collecting Dali’s art was the lifelong passion of industrialist A. Reynolds Morse, and his wife Eleanor Reese Morse.

Alas, sadly my winter schedules in the last number of years have not included a visit to the Dali Museum, Tampa, and St. Petersburg or the opportunity to seeing the local sights such as the Sunshine Skyway – completed in 1987, it spans the mouth of Tampa Bay and is the world's longest cable-stayed concrete bridge.

This year I was able to juggle my schedule to see what the buzz is all about at what many are calling one of the world’s top-ten art destinations.

As you approach the HOK-designed museum, you are immediately impressed with the enormity of what appears at first glance to be a huge introverted enigmatic cubist-snail on steroids. The internationally recognized architect Yann Weymouth led the design team.

The museum structure is a magnificent adaption to a site with many design constraints, including but not limited to the fact that it houses one of the foremost collections of art in the world in a hurricane zone, just feet above sea level with a profound flood hazard…


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The new Dalí Museum features a 75-foot tall “The Helical Staircase”








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After passing through the gift shop, visitors enter an open three-story tall day-lit lobby and are immediately overwhelmed with the “The Helical Staircase” a 75-foot tall spiraling set of stairs which ascends to the third floor galleries where the bulk of the collection is housed well above even a 30-foot storm surge.

According to various accounts, the stairwell represents an –energetic form created with mathematical precision, resembling a strand of DNA. Much of Dali’s work is religious and Dalí recognized the helix as evidence of the divine in nature…”

[…]

If you ever find yourself in the south Florida area, even if you are not an art enthusiast, do not pass up an opportunity to visit the Dali Museum in the downtown St. Petersburg waterfront part of town - at 1 Dali Boulevard, (475 Bayshore Dr SE,) Saint Petersburg, FL. 33701, (727) 823-3767.

The hours are Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Thu 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sunday, noon-5:30 p.m. Military, police and firefighters have an admission price of $19. Students with an ID are $15. After 5:00 pm on Thursdays admission is only $10.

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Related: A visit to the new surreal fantastical Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida




On Wednesday, February 20, 2013, I took advantage of the opportunity to visit the new Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.


I wrote about that visit in The Tentacle: Spellbound by Salvador Dali by Kevin E. Dayhoff on March 25, 2009


I have also written about my February 20, 2013 visit. That article is scheduled to be published on Wednesday, February 27, 2013… Find it here: http://www.thetentacle.com/author.cfm?MyAuthor=41

Some excerpts of that column may be found below, along a number of photographs…

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The new Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida

Kevin E. Dayhoff

The new Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida has now been open for over two-years. The much-anticipated fantastical $36 million, 66,450 square foot museum doubled the capacity of the previous 1982 building that I had the opportunity to visit in February 2009.

The original museum had opened in a renovated marine warehouse March 7, 1982. According to a number of media accounts, the new museum – which is the home of 2,140 pieces of Salvador Dali’s art, including 96 oil paintings and eight huge master works - opened on the auspicious date of January 11, 2011 (1/11/11) at 11:11 a.m.

The museum in downtown St. Petersburg houses one of the most extensive collections of the art of Salvador Dali in the world. It began in Cleveland, OH, in 1942 where collecting Dali’s art was the lifelong passion of industrialist A. Reynolds Morse, and his wife Eleanor Reese Morse.

Alas, sadly my winter schedules in the last number of years have not included a visit to the Dali Museum, Tampa, and St. Petersburg or the opportunity to seeing the local sights such as the Sunshine Skyway – completed in 1987, it spans the mouth of Tampa Bay and is the world's longest cable-stayed concrete bridge.

This year I was able to juggle my schedule to see what the buzz is all about at what many are calling one of the world’s top-ten art destinations.

As you approach the HOK-designed museum, you are immediately impressed with the enormity of what appears at first glance to be a huge introverted enigmatic cubist-snail on steroids. The internationally recognized architect Yann Weymouth led the design team.

The museum structure is a magnificent adaption to a site with many design constraints, including but not limited to the fact that it houses one of the foremost collections of art in the world in a hurricane zone, just feet above sea level with a profound flood hazard…


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Friday, February 22, 2013

A visit to the new surreal fantastical Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida



A visit to the new surreal fantastical Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida



On Wednesday, February 20, 2013, I took advantage of the opportunity to visit the new Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.


I wrote about that visit in The Tentacle: Spellbound by Salvador Dali by Kevin E. Dayhoff on March 25, 2009


I have also written about my February 20, 2013 visit. That article is scheduled to be published on Wednesday, February 27, 2013… Find it here: http://www.thetentacle.com/author.cfm?MyAuthor=41

Some excerpts of that column may be found below, along a number of photographs…

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The new Dali Museum in St. Petersburg Florida



Kevin E. Dayhoff

The new Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida has now been open for over two-years. The much-anticipated fantastical $36 million, 66,450 square foot museum doubled the capacity of the previous 1982 building that I had the opportunity to visit in February 2009.



The original museum had opened in a renovated marine warehouse March 7, 1982. According to a number of media accounts, the new museum – which is the home of 2,140 pieces of Salvador Dali’s art, including 96 oil paintings and eight huge master works - opened on the auspicious date of January 11, 2011 (1/11/11) at 11:11 a.m.



The museum in downtown St. Petersburg houses one of the most extensive collections of the art of Salvador Dali in the world. It began in Cleveland, OH, in 1942 where collecting Dali’s art was the lifelong passion of industrialist A. Reynolds Morse, and his wife Eleanor Reese Morse.

Alas, sadly my winter schedules in the last number of years have not included a visit to the Dali Museum, Tampa, and St. Petersburg or the opportunity to seeing the local sights such as the Sunshine Skyway – completed in 1987, it spans the mouth of Tampa Bay and is the world's longest cable-stayed concrete bridge.

This year I was able to juggle my schedule to see what the buzz is all about at what many are calling one of the world’s top-ten art destinations.

As you approach the HOK-designed museum, you are immediately impressed with the enormity of what appears at first glance to be a huge introverted enigmatic cubist-snail on steroids. The internationally recognized architect Yann Weymouth led the design team.

The museum structure is a magnificent adaption to a site with many design constraints, including but not limited to the fact that it houses one of the foremost collections of art in the world in a hurricane zone, just feet above sea level with a profound flood hazard…

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The Tentacle: Spellbound by Salvador Dali by Kevin E. Dayhoff

The Tentacle: Spellbound by Salvador Dali by Kevin E. Dayhoff March 25, 2009

Last month I enjoyed a bit of respite from Maryland’s winter by visiting Florida. Finding myself within reasonable driving distance of St. Petersburg, I jumped at the chance to visit the Salvador Dali Museum.

Located on the waterfront in Barboro Harbor, it is the “largest collection of Dali’s work outside of Spain,” according to Peggy McKendry, the assistant to the director of the museum.

The museum, which opened in a renovated marine warehouse March 7, 1982, is the home of 2,140 pieces of Salvador Dali’s art, including 96 oil paintings and eight huge master works.

This collection began in Cleveland, OH, in 1942. Collecting Dali’s art was the lifelong passion of industrialist A. Reynolds Morse, and his wife Eleanor Reese Morse.

[…]

In recent years, I have visited art museums – from San Diego, Salt Lake City, Anchorage, Boston, Washington, and Baltimore – and I found the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg to be one of the friendliest exhibitions I have ever seen.

Everyone from Ms. McKendry, to the extremely knowledgeable docents, and even the museum guards went out of their way to make sure you knew that the museum was there to serve, entertain, and educate.

Such accessibility is critical if you are to have a meaningful experience exploring 20th century contemporary art – especially the work of Salvador Dali.

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While I was doing some additional research on Dali, after I visited the museum, I had the great fortune to talk with Dan Twyman, the senior art consultant for the “Salvador Dali Society,” in Redondo Beach, CA, the owner of the website, www.salvadordaliexperts.com and a volunteer expert for the website http://www.allexperts.com/ in the fine art category.

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Read the entire column here: Spellbound by Salvador Dali
Kevin Dayhoff writes from Westminster. E-mail him at kevindayhoff AT gmail.com.

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