Spray It Like You Mean It: Jewish Graffiti Art Exhibit

 

Spray paint became the primary medium of the graffiti artist in the 1960’s and has been the primary tool of graffiti since. This group exhibition features three artists exploring themes in contemporary graffiti, mastering the use of spray paint, and using contemporary graffiti techniques to express Jewish ideas and texts.

August 7–October 2, 2017

Digital Prints, Museum Quality Limited Prints and T-Shirts Available for purchase on-line, at Bodzin Art Gallery or email: shopkrasner@gmail.com.

Copyright Terms: The artist, Arielle Krasner, retains all copyrights to the reproduction of her artwork. Reproduction of the artwork without the written consent of the artist shall be prohibited.

The JCCNV Fine Arts Program supports and encourages the development of Jewish artists and/or Jewish arts. The JCC Program’s dedication to the arts has garnered an international reputation that’s both credible and well-respected among art enthusiasts, artists, art buyers, and sellers.

Art Soiree: Art All Night in Washington, DC

Come see me THIS Saturday the 24th for Art All Night: Made in DC at the North Capitol main site, 15 Florida Ave NW, from 7pm to 3am. Presented by Art Soiree together with North Capitol Main Street, Inc. There will be a different live band every hour – and while the music plays, let yourself be amazed by the featured local artists, also including Bradley Gay and Zsudayka Nzinga, exhibiting their work. Make sure to not miss the special performances throughout the night by fire dancers, acrobats, live painters and belly dancers.

You know you don’t want to miss this.

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“I’m getting excited – my upcoming show Art All Night: Nuit Blanche DC is listed as a top art event this month! I am a featured artist at this wonderful artists extravaganza, so come out and see me at their North Capitol St site on September 24th.”

Spray paint became the primary medium of the graffiti artist in the 1960’s and has been the primary tool of graffiti since. This group exhibition features three artists exploring themes in contemporary graffiti, mastering the use of spray paint, and using contemporary graffiti techniques to express Jewish ideas and texts.

Pancakes & Booze Art Show in Washington, DC

Arielle Krasner participated in the Pancakes & Booze Art Show in Washington, DC on Thursday, January 21, 2016, at Penn Social, Washington DC. She was so well received that Krasner was invited back for the following show in DC.

Pancake batter is sizzling, beer froth is flowing, and bare flesh is slathered in paint.  Indie musicians and DJs break sound waves off the canvas-lined, graffiti-strewn walls, while revelers stuff their faces with endless amounts of free pancakes. The Pancakes & Booze Art Show is an LA based artist movement that started in 2009 and has quickly spread to over 20+ cities throughout North America.

Wallmountables at the DC Arts Center

Arielle Krasner participated in the ‘Wallmountables Show’ at the DC Arts Center on July 10, 2015. Her display took up a total of nine 2′ x 2′ square wall spaces.

Since 1989, 1460 Wallmountables has offered the opportunity for artists of all disciplines and abilities to show in this open hanging. They divide the wall space into 2′ x 2′ squares with strings, which creates a floor to ceiling grid on which artists hang their work.

Art Soiree: Art All Night in Washington, DC

 Arielle Krasner participated in the Art All Night in Washington, DC on September 26, 2015.

“I was accepted into Art All Night: Nuit Blanche DC! This is a huge DC wide event that I am very excited to be part of come September, and I know everyone I have met wants to come down and see it.”

 

“I’m getting excited – my upcoming show Art All Night: Nuit Blanche DC has been listed as a top art event this month! I am a featured artist at this wonderful artists extravaganza, so come out and see me at their North Capitol St site on September 26th.”

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