Art House Productions, Inc.

ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019

  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019
  • ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019

Art House Productions, Inc.

ESKFF April 13th - April 28th 2019

ART HOUSE GALLERY
presents
  
 
 
The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation
Residency Program
Works from 2017 - 2019
The Art House Gallery proudly welcomes the ESKFF Residency Exhibition: Works from 2017 to 2019, featuring art created by current and former ESKFF residents. 
Reception will be on Friday, April 26th from 5:00 to 7:00pm.
Gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays 12:00 to 3:00pm.  
Show runs from April 12th to April 28th.
Participating artists:
Loren Abbate
ShinYoung An
Tyler Ballon
Dede Bandaid
Serena Bocchino
Eileen Ferara
Carolyn Frazier
Audun Grimstad
Cheryl Gross
Gordon Kindlon
Artem Mirolevich
Andre Russell
Gabriel Schmitz
Janice Sloane
Julia Winter
Curated by Andrea McKenna 
About ESKFF
The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation (ESKFF) was founded in 2009 by its’ namesake who became inspired through her personal experience as a collector and entrepreneur. The Foundation was established to encourage collaboration and dialogue between artists, art administrators, collectors and art institutions.
In its inception, the Foundation was a showcase for innovative exhibitions, dedicated to expanding the understanding of art while maintaining ongoing support of international art professionals and scholars. During this time Ms. Kaminsky exhibited her private collection usually hidden from the public eye as well as the Richard J. Massey Foundation for Arts and Science collection, The Fredrick R. Weisman Collection, the Louis K. Meisel Collection, the Pellizzi Family Collections and many more.  The exhibition program also presented lecture series by artists and collectors to further enrich content. The ultimate aim of the program was to bridge the gaps within the arts community.
Over the years, Ms. Kaminsky identified the fundamental and urgent need facing artists, as studio space.  Beginning with four studios, The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation - Residency Program was born.