JE NE SAIS QUOI at Sub-Basement Artist Studios Sunday May 3, 2:00 p.m.

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image by Peggy Fox

Je Ne Sais Quoi at SBA Studios
Opening Reception: Sunday,May 3, 2009 2pm – 4pm

A group of ten women were chosen in this exhibit all using different mediums to express themselves in visual and tangible forms.

The show is titled, Je ne sais quoi which means in english – I do not know what. As in many languages that “something” gets lost in the translation. Just as in the verbal, the visual translation can be elusive. In following, an artistic painting or object may create a response or emotion for one person, and take on something else for another.

Curated by Mimi Kapiloff

Artists: Melissa Dickenson, Cara Ober, Gloria Askin, Nancy Valk, Marcia Ray Wolfson, Michelle Woodward, Edna Emmet, Rachel Rotenburg, Peggy Fox, Andrea Guay

Part of the proceeds shall support Art On Purpose
Closing: Sunday, June 7, 2009

This exhibition is part of FEMINAL 2009-SBAS Year of the female artist.

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