Bonnie Gloris (Parsons Illustration ’06) sent us the following email and information about a show opening this week and her own awesome accomplishments! She writes:
I thought you would like to hear about a very interesting exhibition I’m curating that opens next week at Broadway Gallery NYC. The show includes several Parsons Illustration Department alumni and faculty members, including myself. I thought you’d also like to hear that as a result of this curatorial project, Broadway Gallery NYC has hired me full-time as their Gallery Manager and also as the Art Director of their publication “NY Arts Magazine”.
Nature Vs. Nurture collects images that depict the tension between opposing forces, one wild and one domestic, that characterize the human psyche.
Nature Vs. Nurture
473 Broadway, 7th Floor, NYC, NY 10013
November 1st – 15th, 2010
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 4th, 6:00 – 8:00 PM
All of the info can also be found here:
Parsons Illustration Alums George Bates (who is also faculty), Niina Cochran, Nathan Pickett, and Bonnie herself are all featuring in the show along with other wonderful illustrators including Parsons Illustration faculty members Jordin Isip, Chang Park, and Tim Okamura.
Congrats to Bonnie on her new role at the gallery, and to everyone else on their inclusion in this exciting show.
Broadway Gallery NYC
473 Broadway, 7th floor, New York, NY 10013
T: 212.274.8993 F: 212.226.3400
“The Immersion of the Senses,” by Parsons Illustration Alum Bonnie Gloris, appears in the May issue of Brain Topography, A Journal of Cerebral Function and Dynamics. The oil painting, which depicts the five boroughs of New York City, each representing a sensory organ, illustrates the journal’s preface. This special issue was widely distributed at the International Multisensory Research Forum’s 10th annual conference in New York this past June 29 – July 2, 2009.
You are invited to:
The Birds and the Bees, a group exhibition curated by Andrea Morin at LITM, a gallery/restaurant in downtown Jersey City. Includes work by local artist and Parsons Illustration Alum Bonnie Gloris.
“Springtime is finally here! As the world comes back to life, sap flows, flowers bloom, and thoughts of romance stir. These artists capture those spring feelings of passion, sensuality, love, romance, and friskiness!” -LITM.
Show up until May 31st, 2009
140 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07302
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A sketchbook of Parsons Illustration Alumni Bonnie Gloris is included in the Sketchbook Project: “Everyone We Know” . This traveling group exhibition of sketchbooks organized by Art House (an artist co-op and gallery) is on tour February 27 – April 2, 2009. And in fact, the tour stops in Brooklyn tonight! Here are the details:
Mar 13, 2009
7:00 PM – 7:00 PM Brooklyn, NY
195 Morgan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Over 2,000 artists from around the country were sent a small Moleskine sketchbook. Their task was to fill the book with “everyone we know”. Every book that we receive back will be on display. Visitors are encouraged to pick up the books and freely browse through them.
3rd Ward is a member-based artists’ co-op who has remarkable facilities available to artists as well as a great vibe. 3rd Ward’s views are so similar to Art House’s, that it is clearly a match made in heaven. We can’t wait for the show and especially to meet everyone at 3rd Ward as well as all of our New York participants!
Way to go, Bonnie! And if you’re in the Brooklyn area, stop by and see all this fantastic art.
Parsons Illustration Alumni Bonnie Gloris recently won a Merit Award in the catergory of Fine Art in Issue 13 of Creative Quarterly for the piece above. You can check out out more of Bonnie’s work here at her official website.
And Creative Quarterly is currently making a call for entries for Issue 15! Here are the details:
Who’s eligible to enter?
All art directors, graphic designers, illustrators, photographers and fine artists in all media. We’ll judge both professional and student work. Students must be either undergraduate, graduate students or recent graduates. Entrants must be in the US or Canada. We’ll begin our international show with our next issue.
Easy to enter.
If you enter online, you can pay online. Click to learn how to prepare your entries for online submission. Click here to enter online.
Want to mail your payment? Download the Call For Entries 15 PDF and send your payment along with a disc with your entries.
Same categories, just more winners.
Same categories: Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography, Fine Art but we’ll have separate sections for professional and student work. One more way we’re going to share the inspiration.
Speaking of inspiration, winners will be asked to submit their own person, place or thing that inspires them which we’ll reproduce in the magazine as space allows—we’ll also select one of those inspirations for the cover.
The deadline is January 30th, 2009 so head over to the CQ site and get all the information.