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Session 1: Tuesday, May 15 - Tuesday, June 5, 2018

AIR-HMC, Artists Talk 1. 

Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 4:00pm

Debbie French, KY - book art & painting

Matt Moffett, OK - book art & painting

Lijun Zhang, Italy - Photo

Debbie French - Driving slowly on country roads, one gets a bird’s eye view of the tangle of growth that exists between the roads and fields of corn, soy bean, sorghum and other crops.  I relish the old fences that hold up the thorny roses and cedar trees and too many weeds and wild flowers to name.  These “field rows” are my subjects and also the cultivated fields they contain.  I love the juxtaposition of the wildness surrounding the orderly growth of nature.  My artwork is an homage to Kentucky, the place where I grew up, left for 35 years and returned.

Matt Moffett - I am an art teacher for the past 21 years.  I taught several media, I find a book is a lost art form in the current electronic world.  As a teacher, I have come to realize what a treasure an actual book is.  Also, my paintings have always been an escape for me.  Moving from San Francisco to Tulsa, OK in my childhood made me depressed… our family pets became my best friends due to my shyness…

Lijun Zhang -  Zhang Lijun Tianjin Nankai University Alumni Association executive director of independent freelance photographer who teaches at Art Forum director Department of Nankai University Binhai College of Art photography has served as window magazine planner, which works underwater photography.

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Ventura, LiJune, Debbie, Matt, Robert

 

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Ellen Sabin, NC

Did You Drop This? brings awareness to things we carelessly discard.  Presented on a larger scale, the viewer is required to take a closer look at what society values and the impact of living in a disposable world. 

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AIR/HMC Budapest, International Artists in Residencies

  • exhibition opening reception on Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018 at 6:00pm
  • Opening speech by Balazs Feledy, Curator: Beata Szechy
  • Exhibiting artists: 
  • Naomi Kasumi, Seattle WA; Debbie French, Princeton, KY;  
  • Lijun Zhang, Italy; Matt Moffett, Tulsa, OK; Ellen Sabin, Raleigh, NC;
  • Maral TaheriTari, Iran;  Beata Szechy, H
  • Hegyvidéki Polgármesteri Hivatal Folyosó Galéria, Budapest XII. Böszörményi út 23-25. I. em.