"Blinn House - Kitchen Chefs" 30" x 30" oil on canvas,
"Blinn House - Kitchen Chefs" 30" x 30 " Oil on Canvas
Contemporary Masters | Artistic Eden, March - July 2012 Pasadena Museum of History
"In the early years of California Impressionism, the unique and spectacular beauty of the greater Pasadena area was the frequent subject of beautiful artworks, many of which are currently in museum collections nationwide. Continuing this rich artistic tradition, nationally recognized fine artists, both those who live and paint locally as well as those who live outside California, were invited to create new works for this juried collaboration between the Pasadena Museum of History and several members of the Pasadena Art Gallery Association."
Seeking the Target was selected by a jury for inclusion in the 2nd Commitment to Excellence in Art and Sport exhibit at the National Art Museum of Sport at University Place on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis.
Indiana University-Purdue, Indianapolis has been home to the museum since 1994 and holds one of the nation’s largest collections of art depicting sport. Over 40 sports are represented in the over 900 paintings, sculptures and works on paper in the collection. Among the artists in the collection are Ogden Pliessner, Winslow Homer, George Bellows, Joe Brown, Ray Ellis, James Fiorentino and Alfred Boucher.
Iternational Salon of Figurative Art
10 Sep - Oct 29, 2011
"This very important and prestigious exhibit is a public venue for the world's premier artists to showcase their very finest works... The goal of this endeavor is to seek, recognize, exhibit, encourage, challenge and promote artistic excellence worldwide."
This exhibit includes these remarkable artists; Andre Kohn, Dan Beck, Jonathan Ahn, Michael Dudash, Joseph Todorovitch,
Julie Snyder, Andrey Kartashow, Olga Krimon, Anatoli Gabrilovich, Lin Hue Zheng, Todd Williams, Stacy Kamin, Jennifer McChristian, Marci Oleszkiewicz, Mark Lague,
Mary Qian, Dali Higa, Yuri Lyamin, Vladimir Troosh, Yuli Sheinis, Fongwei Liu, Joan Miro and Vadim Zang.
June 2011 Evening Walk Home, Oil on board 16" x 20"
The French Collection:
To capture the ephemeral quality of light and fertile abundance of nature’s timeless rhythms, twelve painters and one sculptor convened in September, 2010. These established and emerging artists traveled from the East and West coasts of the U.S. and Scotland, to work together in the sun drenched fields and stonewalled villages of rural France. They created distinctly individual works, which together weave a rich tapestry of a region and a season known for classic beauty and enduring charm. Addison Art Gallery hosted the exclusive premiere showing in June, 2011, on Cape Cod, where the light is also magical and beauty abounds.
Stolen from the display at the Homestead House in the Pasadena Playhouse district on Sunday, July 20, 2008. Due to this unfortunate event, the artist and her representative decided to remove the show from this location.
The painting of a lady on a "Bourbon Street Balcony" measures 36" x 18", framed in a heavy black frame with gold liner. Framed size: 45" x 27". But if you happen to see this painting (who knows, it could happen) you should call or email the artist, or tell the Pasadena police department. Any information leading to the return of my painting shall be rewarded.
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Sunland/Tujunga Artists Association
~ Thu, Sep 3rd 2009
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May 16- 17, 2009. Beverly Hills Affaire in the Gardens Art Show. Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills,
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April 25 - June 6, 2009
“Fresh Colours” Spring Show ~ Segil Fine Art Gallery Old Town Monrovia CA 91016
. .. . . . .. . Trinkets and Belles Jan- Feb 2009
Co-hosted by DanielakArt and Segil Fine Art
Segil Fine Art Gallery,
Old Town Monrovia, CA 91016
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Saturday Feb 21, 2009 Portrait Workshop
Verdugo Hills Art Association, Montrose, CA
November 29. 2008 Show of Gratitude Addison Art Gallery, Orleans, Cape Cod, MA
Boston International Fine Art Show Boston Center for The Arts, 539 Tremont Street, Boston Represented by Addison Art Gallery, Orleans, Cape Cod, MA
Demonstration: Verdugo Hills Art Association. Demonstration of painting the model from life. Discussion of how a limited palette and color selection make a great painting. DVD available to Verdugo Hills Art Association members.
La Crescenta Presbyterian Church: 2902 Montrose Ave., La Crescenta, CA 91214
20th. Vida Verde & Angeles Crest Art Guild Angeles Crest Art Guild group show. Local artists showing painting, sculpture, ceramics and handcrafted art.
La Canada, CA
L to R: Libby Ellis, Babs Fine, Bobbi Vandervort, Laurel Averill, Julie Snyder, Miriam Ellis, Linda Queally, Jill Blaisdell & Elizabeth Tucker
20th. Naked Art Addison Art Gallery featured new works, unframed and framing discussions.
Addison Art Gallery, Cape Cod
14th. Glendale Open Studio Tour Showing with artists Linda Queally and Elizabeth Tucker at Linda Queally's studio.
Linda Queally, Julie Snyder & Elizabeth Tucker. Fellow artist Richard Pina arrives and seranades us all.
13th.Open Studio Tour Exhibit
Brand Library Art Gallery Glendale Arts & Culture Commission. Glendale, CA
7th.Paint Out: Segil Fine Art and Faulkner Vineyard, Temecula Artists paint the vineyard. Artists, art viewing and reception Temecula, CA
Open Studio Tour:
Glendale Arts And Culture Commission
Sunday July 8, 2007- August 3, 2007
Visions of Dance:
Exhibit through September 2007
To coincide with “Blind Journey”, the Spring Performance 2007 of the California Theatrical Youth Ballet, Julie Snyder exhibited her Dance Collection of paintings at the Ballet's home in La Cañada, California. The Visions of Dance collection are works all painted in the Montrose Studios of the Businessmen’s Art Institute. Several dancers from the California Theatrical Youth Ballet posed as models for these paintings.
“Blind Journey” is a contemporary ballet choreographed by Erin Holt the California Theatrical Youth Ballet's Artistic Director and is performed by the principal dancers from the company. Holt said of the paintings, "They are so well done, you can see instantly who each dancer is and [it]
creates a record of the students' intense involvement in the art of dance in a way that is equally aesthetic. It adds so much style and elegance. Everyone is impressed with Julie's work, adding this additional artistic touch during our week of performances. "