I am fortunate to have two of my artworks represented in the Our History is Our Strength Women’s History Month exhibition at UBS Investment Bank in Stamford, Connecticut this month. The exhibition, curated by Picture That, LLC and presented by Investment Bank chapter of All Bar None takes us on a journey through important events in women’s history throughout the 20th Century including the Labor Movement, Women’s Suffrage and the Civil Rights movement. The exhibit features paintings, photography and sculpture by twenty participating artists from various part of the country who were influenced by the strength of women that played a significant role in U.S. History. A Labor Movement installation by Harriet Bart entitled “Garment Registry” is also included.
Below is some highlights from the reception for the exhibition that was held on March 16, 2011 (which unfortunately, I was not able to attend). You can view the entire exhibition online here. It is on view at the UBS Art Gallery through April 8, 2011.
Photos by Raul Mercado, a participating artists in the exhibit and Rafael Medina, the resident photographer for UBS Investment Bank and Picture That, LLC.