Fusion Paintings At Synagogue For The Arts
New York painter Beth Bailis will exhibit "Fusion Paintings & Drawings"-works that fuse oil and acrylic paints, ceramic forms, and found objects as well as drawings in charcoal, ink, and pastel-at the Synagogue for the Arts from Jan. 25th to Mar. 18th. The gallery is located at 49 White St. in Tribeca, The opening reception is from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 25th. For information, call (212) 966-7141.
Bailis, who has had solo exhibitions and performances at P.S. 122, the Kitchen, and Dia Center for the Arts, among other New York venues, has also exhibited in group shows and won a number of grants and awards. She paints and lives in Long Island City. In 1997, Bailis was co-producer of the Avant-Garde Arts Festival at the American Museum of the Moving Image, and she is a member of the National Society of Mural Painters and the Inter Media Ensemble, a Long Island City based MutiMedia Group.
The Synagogue for the Arts, also known as Civic Center Synagogue, hosts exhibitions of art throughout the year in its downstairs Gallery space. It is located at 49 White St. in Tribeca, three blocks below Canal Street, between Church and Broadway. Information can be found on the web site www.civiccentersynagogue .org, or at (212) 966-7141. Viewing hours are Monday to Wednesday, 1 to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 1 to 7 p.m., and by appointment.