When: Wednesday, January 21, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: Art League of Long Island, 107 E Deer Park Rd, Dix Hills, NY 11746
Cost: Member $20.00, Affiliate Member $25.00, Non-Member $30.00
The Art League of Long Island looks forward to hosting the International Association of Business Communicators “Night At The (Art) Museum” on January 21. The services provided by IABC are invaluable to the many businesses that share the common goal of honing their communication skills in a rapidly changing business environment. The Art League is happy to do its part by providing the forum for IABC to further its mission in the Long Island area.
Good communication skills require a degree of creativity, which is in abundance in the League’s Jeanie Tenglesen Gallery. Please take a moment to take in the floral and watercolor paintings created by acclaimed artist and Art League Instructor Ruth Baderian. In the hallways, notice the amazing watercolor paintings created by our students. Our very talented students also realize that there is always room to learn and grow, no matter how “expert” one becomes.
Floral and Landscape Paintings by Ruth Baderian to Exhibit at the Art League of Long Island
Works by Ruth Baderian, a well-known local artist and mentor to many at the Art League of Long Island, will be on display in the Art League’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery.
Ruth E. Baderian, born July 2, 1927 in the Bronx, N.Y., earned a scholarship to the Art Students League in New York City. She then became an artist and teacher specializing in watercolor and oil. Her florals and landscapes in watercolor and oil are celebrated both nationally and internationally.
Baderian won numerous awards for her work from well-known organizations including the Salmagundi Club, American Artists Professional League and Long Island University. She studied with Jean Liberte, Harry Sternberg & Barbara Vassilieff.
Ruth Baderian was a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, and won the Grumbacher Gold Medal three times. She was a member of, and teacher at, the Art League of Long Island. She has been mentioned in Davenports Art Reference and Price Guide, Who’s Who in American Art (1973, 1976), and Who Was Who in American Art by Falk.
Her works appeared in The Best of Flower Painting, Artistic Touch 2 and Artistic Touch 3 as well as in “Watercolor Magazine” Winter 1999, and in “American Artist Magazine” April 1996. Although Ruth passed away on December 17, 2010, she continues to inspire people through her deep sense of awe, reverence and gratitude that is represented in her paintings.
The Art League of Long Island
Since 1955 the Art League of Long Island has focused on enhancing Long Island’s cultural life by promoting the appreciation, practice and enjoyment of the visual arts.
From art classes and workshops to exhibitions, special events and more, the Art League provides the public with a full calendar of activities covering a wide variety of interests.
Adults, teens, and children can enroll in over 240 courses and workshops available year-round in their studios and at off-site locations. Day, evening, and weekend classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography, jewelry making, fiber arts, computer graphics and more are offered at all levels, from beginner to advanced. Most recently the Atelier Method of instruction has found a home in a few of the Art League’s studios. The Atelier method is a highly disciplined learning method consisting of long-term tutelage under a highly accomplished artist/instructor. Enrollment periods run according to the Art League’s seasonal semesters.
The bi-level atrium style Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery hosts a dozen exhibits a year featuring works by local and internationally acclaimed artists. The public is welcome to stop by and see the exhibits in the gallery and join the free events hosted throughout the year, such as Art After Dark, art & craft fairs, lectures, and more.
For more information about their programs and events, call 631-462-5400 or visit www.artleagueli.org. The Art League is located at 107 E. Deer Park Road, Dix Hills.
About Charlee Miller, Executive Director of the Art League of Long Island
Charlee Miller has helmed the Art League since January 2013. Ms. Miller comes to the Art League after a thirty-seven year career in the banking industry, and was a VP at JP Morgan Chase responsible for management, business development, marketing and customer service to mid-size and large corporations. For fourteen years she served as Board member and Treasurer of DebRA of America, Inc., an organization committed to research toward a cure for Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, a devastating skin disease, and advocating for patients and their families. Charlee also worked with the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone, President Clinton’s project to revitalize the Harlem business district; and in 2007 was appointed by Governor Pataki to serve on the board of the Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation, a public-benefit corporation responsible for the development of Roosevelt Island.