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It's In The Details at Figureworks Gallery, Williamsburg
It's in the Details
Jennifer Delilah, Chambliss Giobbi, Susan Hamburger, Maho Kino
Figureworks is located at 168 North 6th St., Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211, one block from the Bedford Avenue “L” train. The gallery is open to the public Saturday and Sunday from 1-6 PM and is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary and 20th century fine art of the human form.
For more information please call 718-486-7021 or visit us online at www.figureworks.com
High Fructose Magazine article by J.L. Schnabel.
Gallery Glass Episode 21 with Jennifer Delilah
Curate NYC in the Huffington Post
Article on Curate NYC in the Huffington Post in which I am mentioned as one of the first year's winners.
Watch my first video interview by Lindsey Sullivan here:
Helene Forbes' write up of Jennifer Delilah's work in the Jonathan Levine Invitational on Nearsay.com
Jonathan Levine Gallery
Three of Jennifer Delilah's newest paintings will be included in the Summer Invitational at Jonathan Levine Gallery. The opening is on August 10th from 6-8 PM, and the show runs through August 27th.
Jonathan Levine Gallery is located at 529 West 20th Street, 9th floor, between 10th and 11th Avenues in Chelsea.
New York's Finest
Two of my large scale watercolors will be on view at a Pop Up Gallery, 435 Broome Street in Soho through May 14th. This show is curated by Guy Stanley Philoche, and includes some wonderful artist so please go by and check it out while it's still up.
Please Swipe Again at Sloan Fine Art
I participated in the Please Swipe Again show at Sloan Fine Art in March of 2011. Among the many artists who created around 3000 works on Metrocards were the likes of Julie Heffernan, Alyssa Monks, and John Jacobsmeyer, and of course myself. It's good to be in such great company!
The Drawing Center
My work is now included in The Drawing Center's viewing program!
Jennifer Delilah Paints the Album Cover Art for Edie Brickell and Steve Gadd's New Band Project, the Gaddabouts
The Gaddabouts forthcoming album, to be released in January 2011, will feature New York based contemporary artist Jennifer Delilah's painting of a 1940's style radio, with the name of the band set photo-realistically into its face, and floating weightlessly among the clouds in a blue sky.
The concept for the painting came about when Edie Brickell asked former High School classmate Jennifer Delilah to design a logo for the band. The logo was quickly promoted to album cover when images of the painting in progress were sent to Edie. The classic radio design hints at the many musical influences and genres that the band of veteran musicians brings to the project. Along with prolific singer songwriter Edie Brickell, the band is headed by Music Industry Icon and drummer Steve Gadd, with legendary bassist Pino Palladino and renowned guitarist Andy Fairweather-Low.
Delilah created a concept and painting that were immediately embraced by the band as the perfect image for their cover art. Says Brickell, “Jennifer Delilah caught my eye with the incredible skill and imagination of her work. I purchased two of her paintings and commissioned her to do a larger version one of those, because I loved the imagery so much and felt it inspired my creativity. It hangs in my studio right over my piano. When the Gaddabouts were finishing the record and cover concepts were needed, Jennifer Delilah was the first person I asked to come up with an idea. Her radio image was simple, bold, very clever and the whole band loved it! It's the perfect cover.”
While she considers herself primarily a fine artist, this design project offered an interesting challenge to Delilah. “While I have done album covers in the past, this is the first that allowed me to do what I do best. It felt natural and at the same time really pushed my creative and technical boundaries. Working on this project has been an expansive experience for me, it has really opened up new possibilities.”
The group's forthcoming debut will be released January 2011 and is composed of material written by Brickell over the past decade as well as songs written with the band in the studio the very day of recording. In celebration of the project, the group will make their live debut at Carnegie's Zankel Hall as part of the WFUV concert series in April 2011.
Contact for Jennifer Delilah: David Davis
See more on the Gaddabouts here:
The Gaddabouts Official Website
Jennifer Delilah selected for the Curate NYC show, Rush Foundation
Sideshow Art Show and Silent Auction
I'm participating in a show on Friday, August 13, 2010, at the Gowanus Ballroom with some amazing artists including Julie Heffernan, Sarah Zar, and Adam Miller. Please take a look at the invite and RSVP if you want to come. Sounds like it will be an amazing party!