Too bad I won’t be home in time to catch the opening of this exhibit by one of my close friends back home, Alana Fajemisin of AlanAdetolArts. I will however be able to catch the final day if my flight is in on time. Check out some amazing artwork and her latest interview over on www.buffalorising.com.
Emotion is a complex psycho-physiological experience of an individual’s state of mind as interacting with biochemical (internal) and environmental (external) influences.
In humans, emotion fundamentally involves “physiological arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience.” Emotion is associated with mood, temperament, personality, disposition, and motivation. Motivations direct and energize behavior, while emotions provide the affective component to motivation, positive or negative.
No definitive emotion classification system exists, though numerous taxonomies have been proposed. Universal emotions recognized cross-culturally based on research on identification of facial expressions and several different theories aim to explain the origin, experience, and function of emotions.
Here are my sentiments, my feelings, my emotions, displayed for your viewing pleasure…on found objects and things.
****Show on deck until Wednesday June 13th, 2012. RSVP.
My good friend Leah who draws, paints, sketches, sings, and more is hosting an art exhibit, BoxWork, in which she will display artwork she has personally created during the year. Alzheimer’s disease is a disease that has closely affected her family and because of this she was encouraged to give back.
Alzheimer’s disease is the 6th leading cause of death and affects 5.6 million people in the United States alone. Since the year 2000 that number continues to steadily grow. Though there currently is not a cure, or an understanding of why this disease occurs, researchers aim to reach this quest.
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America recognizes hows stressful of a task caregivers have and provide tips, counseling and other communication.
2nd Cup Cafe | 36 Broadway Street, Downtown Buffalo | $5 donation | Free wine | beautiful art
I’ll be home and will be stopping by. Awesome work Leah!
According to my one and only inkster, Jason D’Aquino, “The Armory show opens this week…international art fair with satellite fairs representing hundreds of galleries…lotsa art…lotsa buyers…lotsa booze.”
And I’m most certain that the talented lad will have plenty of work on display, and for sale at Scope NYC’s annual Armory Week Art Show in Manhattan. First view/opening takes place Wednesday, March 7th, 2012.
If you’re in the NYC area this week, go check him out! Jason’s work will be on display in the Red Truck Gallery with the chic likes of Bryan Cunningham, Chris Roberts-Antieau and Evan B. Harris.
SEVEN of Buffalo’s young emerging artists cordially invite you to SEVEN. ONE. SIX. PART DEUCE. This painting exhibit brings together SEVEN artists brought together by ONE place, the University at Buffalo. The exhibit will include works by Michael Biondo, Laura Bochet, Cory Brabon, Katie Coyle, Alana Fajemisin, Cat McCarthy, and Tara Warwick.
Although the artists share a common media their works differs greatly. The group’s work generally comments on society, social issues, and pop culture. This will be the second annual SEVEN. ONE. SIX. group show. Please join them for an evening of art, music, && performance just in time for the holidays.
The opening is December 4th from 7-11pm and the show will be running thru December 18th.