LOVE/HATE Show located In Local Project In Long Island City, Queens, NY is about love and hate in relationships, and so on. Open reception is on Jan 31st from 6-8 PM and runs from Jan 31 to Feb 17.
A salon style art show at Greenpoint Gallery, in Greenpoint area of Brooklyn. Opening is at June 29th from 8 to midnight. See all the great work!
Start your art career off right in 2018 by getting involved, getting noticed, and getting proactive!
The Greenpoint Gallery is here to help you get your works out of the studio and in front of the eyes of the New York and Brooklyn art scene!
FRIDAY, January 26th 2018 at 8pm
A short documentary, produced by Thomas Charles Walsh and directed by William Burrell.
"Meet Zack Federbush, a prolific abstract painter with a unique and beautiful mind."
"A professional magazine, edited twice a year, for cognitive-behavioral therapists. This issue is about psychosomatic disorder: hipochondry, health Anxiety. In this issue there are 4 case studies with cbt conceptualisation (way of thinking about the patient) and therapy discription and there are 4 theoretical Articles about this topic." -Editor Agnieszka Pisula
DARK & SCARY HALLOWEEN SHOW
FRIDAY, October 27th 2017 at 8pm
This is a Juried show. Our esteemed panel of judges will select the winners.
Best in Show wins a grand prize including a solo show
Good luck to you all!
We have two gallery floors and stellar lineup of local bands and musicians sure to entertain, so mark your calendars and submit TODAY! ☺
Please help us spread the word to all artists you know! Come and GET YOUR ART ON !
Join us for a reception to mark the opening of "On the Move," a juried sales exhibition featuring SCAD alumni, faculty, staff and students. Participating artists considered the theme of movement from diverse perspectives, with work emerging in explorations of travel, vacation, dance, migration and exercise, as well as formal artworks concerned with rhythm, action and movement. The exhibition features artworks from an array of disciplines, including painting, sculpture, jewelry, animation, photography and others.
All work showcased in "On the Move" is available for sale through SCAD Arts Sales, the university’s full-service art consultancy. Through professionally curated collections designed expressly for private collectors, high-profile businesses and organizations, SCAD Art Sales serves as an invaluable promotional resource for SCAD artists around the world. Shop now at scadartsales.com.
Exhibition Dates: July 27–Aug. 26, 2017
Monday–Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, noon to 5 p.m.
The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.
Unlimited - A documentary that follows the lives and creative processes of three unique artists. One of which is Zack Federbush aka Zachary Eric Federbush. Here is the trailer for it.
Non-Fiction Gallery is proud to present Express Yourself, a group of works curated by Zachary Eric Federbush, will be open May 12, 2017, and will be located at 1522 Bull St, Savannah, GA, 31401. There will be a free opening reception to the public on Friday, May 12 from 6 - 9 pm, and will also be open on May 13-15, 2017 from 1 – 5 PM.
Express Yourself is a four-year long project by Zachary Eric Federbush in collaborating with others. With over one hundred artworks collected from people all over, Federbush wants to prove than everyone can do art, and each one has their own way of expressing it. Since it has been a question since the beginning of time: What is Art? However, Federbush is curious about another thing: Who is an Artist? To him, anyone can be an artist, that everyone has their own artistic talents but shows it differently.
With this project, Federbush goes around to people, no matter who it is or where he is, and ask them to create work for him, while providing a canvas to each person and then gives them a certain number of rules: no time limit, any materials and subjects the artist wants, have fun, but mostly keep it at the same size, but you could destroy the canvas if wanted. Due to no matter what he gets back, he accepts the work and puts it into the collection. For no matter, what the subject or materials or how long it takes, he accepts each piece as their own.
For him, everyone is their own artist, everyone can be an artist. It is just that we as people have our own perceptions of art. In addition to him, each art work is a piece of a person, like their little mark of history and presence.
Oglethorpe Gallery is proud to present Everything Else In Between (B-Side) which is a solo exhibition of the works of Zachary Eric Federbush, will be open April 28th-May 1st, 2017, and will be located at 401 East Oglethorpe Ave, Savannah, GA, 31401. There will be a free opening reception to the public on Friday, April 28th from 6 - 9 pm, and will also be open on April 30th-May 1st, 10 AM – 4 PM
Federbush’s work comes from his experiences and perspectives with the world around him. How he sees and hears his surroundings, creating weird but wonderful characters and texts with strange phrases that have a presence of their own, giving off a sense of wonder and humor, that gives the viewer a peak into the artist’s mind.
In Everything Else In Between (B-Side), Federbush shows another side of his art, by separating characters, colors, and text, into their own domain. Although on smaller scale, the multitude of the work shows the prolific side of his work. In addition, he uses his impulsive and rapid thoughts to create unique characters, strange phrases, and quick decision of colors that while does not seems to fit together, work out all in perfect harmony.
Federbush does these three ideas separate for different reasons. For his characters, is his fascination of people and a coping mechanism he made due to a lonely childhood and over-active imagination. The use of a multitude of colors is his wonderment of them, expressing them harmonizing, but figuring how to play them out in a free manner. As for text, Federbush has been fascinating about the power of words, and how they can capture people and influence them. He decides to tackle all three separately but at the same time, as well.
Furthermore, this is part two of two solo shows that Federbush decided to show in Savannah of his own work. The inclusion of B-Side in the title, is to indicated a body of work, though not main, is still consider strong due on a personal level of the work, and how much of the works he has created pursuing them throughout the years. It is to feature about one hundred and thirty pieces in which this three-ring circus of themes shown together show the same recognizable style of the artist, creating harmony and balance in between the three different concepts.
WELMONT is proud to host Signaling Out Through The Chaos (A-Side) - a solo exhibition of the works of Zachary Eric Federbush, open April 14th-15th, 2017, and located at 1930 Montgomery St, Savannah, GA, 31401. There will be a free opening reception to the public on Friday, April 14th from 6 - 9 pm, and an open gallery on April 15th from 11 AM – 3 PM.
Federbush’s work comes from his experiences and perspectives with the world around him. How he sees and hears his surroundings, creating weird but wonderful characters and texts with strange phrases that overlap each other, giving off a sense of wonder and humor, that gives the viewer a peek into the artist’s mind.
In Signaling Out Through The Chaos (A-Side), Federbush shows one side of his art by combining things he sees onto large scale canvases, and letting his subconscious mind spill out, forming a tribute to the street art he saw all around him and loved as a child and young adult, in New York City. In addition, he uses his impulsive and rapid thoughts to create layers of colors, words, and images that mix together using a multitude of mediums, such as acrylic paint, ink, and spray paint. He creates on impulse using his instincts to create whatever pops into his mind.
Federbush is curious about memory; what one remembers or forgets. That in this day and age there are so many events that are going on in the constantly changing world, sometimes there are some details that humans keep remembering, not just day to day, but for their entire lives. For even the smallest detail can enormously affect someone greatly. In his work, he tries to show images and words that have meaning to him through all the clutter. In addition, he exposes himself in his work concerning his lost thoughts, dreams, and fears, mostly everything that is good and bad.
Furthermore, this is part one of two solo shows that Federbush decided to show in Savannah of his own work. The inclusion of A-Side in the title, is to indicate the main strong body of work of his Random Thoughts series, a yearlong project about letting everything, thought, feeling, and impulse out within his work, in the hopes of creating chaotic beauty with some sense of order. It is to feature twenty-two pieces that all seemingly connect together, which is in its own way the order that reverberates through the chaos of the works.
Zachary Eric Federbush (b.1989, United State America), is receiving an M.A. in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GA, in spring of 2017. Federbush also received an B.F.A. in studio art from Manhattanville College, in Purchase, NY, in spring of 2012. He has been in two solo shows at Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center in Poughkeepsie, NY. He additionally has been in a few group art exhibitions, around the NY and GA areas. Federbush’s work is consistently changing, though he does stick to his love of unique characters, vibrant use of colors, and the usage of words, by using acrylics and spray paint, to understand the world around him. Federbush is currently working and living in Savannah, GA, but will be relocated to the CT area in spring 2017.
WELMONT focuses on providing the facilities and resources necessary to nurture local artistic, talents as well as showcase nationally and internationally recognized artists.
he Alexander Collective’s first annual Salon show at Non-Fiction Gallery is happening this Friday April 7th from 6-9pm!
As part of Savannah’s official First Friday Art March your eyes will be mesmerized with well over 100 entries from AC members, ranging in medium, subject matter, and size.
Take a photo of the work that speaks to you the most, and speak for it... by posting a picture of it to Instagram and including #ACSALONVOTE2017 and #Alexander_collective the work with the most posts will receive the popular choice award …so bring your friends…or make some at the show!
. art . food . awards . drinks . discussion . life .
Sulfur Studios is pleased to present Around the World, an exhibition of art works of Yiran Ren, Johnie Omar William, and Zachary Eric Federbush, March 10th-12th, 2017. The opening reception takes place on Friday, March 10th from 6-9 PM, while remaining open on March 11th-12th from 12-5 PM. The reception is free and open to the public as well.
"Around The World" is an exhibition of the works of Yiran Ren, Johnie Omar Williams, and Zachary Eric Federbush, each coming from different origins and growing up in unique settings around the world from each other. The show is about each artist’s interpretation of self-discovery within themselves and their place in the world. These three artists use whatever they can, to find acceptance for the questions they seek, for an appreciation of art. Ren explores the world of human spirituality and psychology. She has a want to combine the complexity and inconstant properties of emotion. Through her painting process, Ren expresses the inner human spiritual world. Williams practices focus on various aspects of social and political, cultural issues. It is his belief that through his work, it can be a useful instrument in the understanding of racism and its roots in America. Federbush uses an assortment of texts, imagery, and a multitude color pallets and materials to express his inner being and subconscious mind. His mindset is to explore, the various ways of communication through creative impulses, memories, and humor.
Join SCAD for a reception celebrating “Student Showcase,” an annual exhibition of graduate and undergraduate student artwork. Begin or grow your collection with pieces from a wide variety of disciplines including painting, installation, video, printmaking, photography and ceramics. Meet the artists in their studios and enjoy live music and refreshments. All artwork is available for purchase.
The work of notable SCAD alumna Jane Winfield (M.F.A., painting, 2012) and current SCAD student Bin Feng (M.F.A. photography) will also be featured. This reception is held in conjunction with the reception for “Oversaturated,” an exhibition featuring a selection of bold and vibrant artworks by SCAD students, faculty and alumni curated by Ben Tollefson, assistant curator of SCAD exhibitions.
The showcase is on Friday, Feb. 24 from 5-7 p.m. at Alexander Hall , painting studios, located at 668 Indian St. Savannah, GA
This event is free and open to the public.
This reception is part of deFINE ART 2017, held Feb. 21–24 at SCAD locations in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia, and Hong Kong. DeFINE ART is an annual program of exhibitions, lectures, performances and public events that highlights emerging and established artists and visionaries.
Non-Fiction Gallery, located on 1522 Bull St, Savannah, GA, presents the group exhibition, Faith: What Do You Believe?. In their statement for the exhibition, they ask the artists this:
"Every action we take throughout the course of our days is defined by what we do and do not believe. Our beliefs can unite, connect and bond us–but they can also ostracize us from one another, dismantle relationships, and disenfranchise entire groups.
This collection of ideas, instilled in us or developed over the years, becomes our moral code and guides our personal convictions. Our beliefs inform how we perceive and interact with the world around us. Ultimately, they structure our faith–faith in government, the justice system, family, love, religion, ourselves and the future.
We want to know how your beliefs influence you. What does your faith, or lack thereof, look like? Do you define your faith or do your beliefs define you? Faith: what do you believe?"
The open reception for this show will be held on Dec. 16, 2016.
SCAD "Small Works" is an annual juried exhibition of artwork dedicated to SCAD students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The works can vary from painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, fibers, printmaking, ceramics, illustration, and artist books. All of which is either 18 inches or less in all dimensions, which are all on sale for less than $400 per piece with an opening on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 from 6-7:30 p.m., located at Gutstein Gallery, 201 E. Broughton St., Savannah, GA. The show will last from Nov. 16, 2016 to Jan 21, 2017.
Open Studio Night showcases the best in SCAD painting and printmaking, and gives people exclusive access to up-and-coming artists. Choose from hundreds of original works of art by SCAD students and alumni on display and available for purchase. Open Studio Night is free and open to the public. Alexander Hall is located at 668 Indian St., Savannah, GA. It will be on Oct. 21, 2016 from 5-7 p.m.
Stop at Federbush's Studio located at D-15, as well as looking at four of his works that are located in the space outside.