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FSU Art Professor Carrie Ann Baade's Winter Newsletter

Published December 7, 2012

WINTER NEWSLETTER 2012

Greetings!

With my 3rd solo exhibition for 2012 just concluding, I am back in the studio and attaining many personal and artistic milestones. Pending the delivery of anticipated opportunities for the future, these next several weeks will hold prospect moves on my journey as an artist and professional. My tenure binder has been completed and submitted for consideration at The Florida State University and as of early October, I have passed our college review. From here it will go on to the greater university to be further evaluated— I am optimistic that I will be an Associate Professor of Painting soon. Additionally, this September I was nominated for the prestigious Joan Mitchell Painter’s Grant and I have applied for a Fulbright to do research in Bali during 2013-2014. The results of all this news, I hope to share soon. In March, I will be lecturing at a conference of Visionary Art in Toledo, Spain and this June, I will be teaching drawing in London through FSU’s International Program. Expect updates on all of these issues as well as whereabouts of upcoming shows! Happy holidays and positive energy to an end of 2012 for all!

Much love,
Carrie

What Just Happened

MOON GODDESS EXHIBITION
Modern Eden Gallery, San Francisco, CA

October 27 – November 11

Modern Eden Gallery
403 Francisco Street
San Francisco, CA

Gallery Hours:
11-7 pm Wed-Sun

(P) 415 956 3303
(E) Info@ModernEden.com

The moon has captivated people through the centuries, with her magical powers, her bright luminescence, and the strange things that seem to occur during her ever changing cycles. She is a spiritual center encouraging us to explore, evolve and find creativity in the most unique places. Some find that she is a trickster, or that of one that brings illusions that only the seerer can bring to reality. Looking up to the sky she is with us each night, as faithful as the sunshine, and lighting our way into the darkness in which we all must travel to find light again.

 

 

BY ALL MEANS: FSU Annual Faculty Show

October 12 – November 18

The fine art faculty of the College of Fine Arts make their artwork using any and “All Means.”

This academic year, the faculty show is being hosted in October and November and showcases the recent works of full-time and adjunct faculty members.

Museum of Fine Arts

 

APEX MAGAZINE: ISSUE 41
October 2012

Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from ma

ny of the top pros of the field. New issues are released the first Tuesday of every month.

Apex Magazine

 

 

SINCE MIDNIGHT: SOLO EXHIBITION
The Fine Art Museum, Western Carolina University
August 23 – October 19

http://www.wcu.edu/museum/143.htm

This magical and imaginative series of works span from the delightful to the deliberately satirical, bizarre, and one hopes, wickedly humorous. Through multiple figure narratives, “Since Midnight” thematically explores states of excess that are prohibitive. This series comprises 20 paintings, some as small as 6 by 10 inches, others 48 by 36 inches and one large collage installation.

 

LOWBROW TAROT PROJECT

Lowbrow Tarot Card Project
The Lowbrow Tarot Project, which took place at La Luz de Jesus, Los Angeles, CA, in October 2010, will honor its two year anniversary with the release of the long awaited collectors book and deck published by Schiffer Publishing.

This October 2012, get ready for the release of the “Lowbrow Tarot Deck”, and “Lowbrow Tarot Art Book: An Artistic Collaborative Effort in Honor of Tarot”

Lowbrow Tarot: An Artistic Collaborative Effort
in Honor of Tarot
Aunia Kahn and Russell J. Moon

ISBN: 9780764342332
Size: 8 1/2″ x 11″
Illustrations: 314 color & b/w images
Pages: 144
Release: Oct 28, 2012
Book Price: $34.99
Binding: Hard Cover

In the book, not only will the Lowbrow Tarot cards be showcased, but also a large selection of the artists other works as well.

W H A T ‘ S  A B O U T  T O  H A P P E N

Dec 20th through Feb 17th, 2013
For The Love Of Art:
The Florida Division Of Cultural Affairs
Individual Artist Fellowship Award Recipients
http://www.artsarasota.org/currentexhibition

April 2013
SOLO SHOW
“ALTERed”
621 Gallery
Tallahassee, FL

March 29 – April 24, 2013
Beautifully Strange
Clement Art, Troy, NY
Group show featuring the work of Madeline Von Foerster,

May 9 – July 12, 2013
Generations
A K-12 student exhibition project emphasizing artistic legacy.
Opening reception May 9th, 7-9pm.
This exhibit will feature my work along side my former student, Jim Graham.

March 21st – September 2013
Dreams and Divinities
Dreams & Divinities opens March 21st in in the San Marcos Arts Centre which is situated in the landmark church IGLESIA DE SAN MARCOS of Toledo, Spain. After the visionary conference the show will travel to Grenada, to the INSTITUTO AMERICA DE SANTA FE. In July, Gallerist and art dealer Gorgonio Sanjuán will host a selection of the show at his Gallery in the museum district of Madrid.  Finally, the traveling exhibit will conclude at the Visionary Art Gallery of The Atelier Porte Soleil. Among those exhibiting who will also be included in the book are: Carrie Ann Baade, Laurence Caruana, De Es, Andrew Gonzalez, Mark Henson, Martina Hoffmann Maura Holden, Andrew Jones, Steven Kenny, Brigid Marlin, Adam Scott Miller, Daniel Mirante, Leo Plaw, Otto Rapp, Amanda Sage, Liba Stambollion, Robert Venosa, Madeline Von Foerster, and Emma Watkinson.

 

*ALSO* Please promote the shop~ Lot’s of new prints now available!
http://www.etsy.com/shop/CarrieAnnBaade

Thanks for reading!
www.carrieannbaade.com