14th Annual WAH Salon Art Club Show
Saturday, January 26 – Sunday, February 24, 2013
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 26, 4–6 pm
Coordinated by Mary Westring, Curated by Yuko Nii
Participants in the 14th Annual Salon Show:
Ayako Bando, Bienvenido Bones Banez,
Robert Bassal, Doreen Beck, Olivia Beens,
Richard Bigelow, Tomek Bogocki,
Beryl Brenner, Elizabeth Myers Castonguay, Laura Conliffe,
Suzanne Ives Cunningham, Chris Dunne, Val Dyshlov, Carol F. Flueckiger, Sandra Forrest,
Troy Frantz, Irene Gillman,
Monique K. Given, Susan G. Hammond, Richard W. Hatter, Natsuko Hattori, Christine Herman, Aimee Hertog,
Halona Hilbertz, Miro Hiranouchi, Tom Hooper,
Sarah Horvat, Natalia Isaenco,
Sam Jungkurth, Hide Kawabata,
Mildred Kaye, Suprina Kenny,
Mart Klein, Yuko Kondo, Konel, Frank Krasicki,
Natalie Koren Kropf, Estelle Levy, Terrance Lindall, Drew Maillard, Jack McWhorter, Margo Mead,
Walter Lynn Mosley,
Yumiko Nolan, Carmen Porfido,
Jennifer Primosch, Tina Psoinos,
Cheryl Safren, Mira Satryan,
Julie Joy Saypoff,
Larry Scaturro, Barbara Schiller, Gloria Schuster,
Tasneem Shahzad, Joel Simpson,
Linda Smith, Larry Szycher, Agnieszka Szyfter, Muhammad Tufail, Jania Vanderwerff, Jeff Watts, Courtney Lee Weida, Yookan Westfield,
Mary Westring, Takuya Yamauchi
In the First Floor Galleries
One person show by Heungmo Kim - "To The Eyes"
To the eyes of the West, the world is a drama, a progress through war and Ruin and disaster to triumph and some promised land.
This last hundred years, the world has thought technology would be the weapon for man’s ultimate triumph over nature.
Now suddenly, so many are not so sure. To the eyes of the east , the world is an illusion---An illusion of beauty and pain, but illusion only, finally, always...Mural scaled ‘Soulscape’ is a memorable apocalyptic painting that blends
structural forms and with churning elements—Phylis Braff The New York Times
PRESENTATION AND PERFORMANCE by Salon members AFTER THE RECEPTION, 6-7 PM
"Satan’s Peculiar Grace"
discussion led by Terrance Lindall - with a Satan inspired trance meditation piano performance by Bienvenido Bones Banez
Bienvenido Bones Banez will perform on Piano. Bien is an exceptional extempore piano player. However, he is remarkably different. He performs in a trance-like state transported to another dimension while he plays "Satanic Themes." Bien has a saying, "Satan gives color to the world!"
The WAH Center is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization founded in 1996 by artist and philanthropist Yuko Nii. It is a multifaceted, multicultural art center whose mission is to coalesce the diverse artistic community and create a bridge between local, national and international artists, as well as emerging and established artists of all disciplines. The WAH Center is housed in New York City Landmark Kings County Savings Bank, built in 1867, and on the National Register of Historic Places. To learn more visit:
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