Saturday, February 23, 2019


Gallery Space at Wagner-NYU 
Nov 02-2018 / Opening Reception 

Photos by Rodriguez Calero and Frank Crescioni

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Garrison Art Center / Summer ARTtots

Dreaming of summer? Registration is now open for Summer Arts on the Hudson and ARTtots at Garrison Art Center!

Registration is now open for two of our acclaimed summer programs! Both Summer Arts on the Hudson and Summer ARTtots offer a unique opportunity for children to have a meaningful and fun experience this summer.
For almost 30 years, Summer Arts on the Hudson has provided rising Kindergarteners-8th graders the ability to spend time with teaching artists in a facility devoted to art making. Students will experience varied methods and explorations, including taking advantage of our printmaking and clay studios, all with the Hudson River rolling by. 
Summer ARTtots program for pre-school children offers the youngest budding artists a place to create and explore art. Each day includes story time, demonstrations, and plenty of artistic exploration. This half-day program for potty trained children runs concurrent with Summer Arts on the Hudson. 

Monday, February 11, 2019


Spend a family-friendly afternoon in UrbanGlass' magical glass studios, Saturday, February 9 from 1 to 5 PM. Demonstrating artists and hands-on activities will explore how bubbles are used to enhance designs and why glass loves this shape. Secure your spot up today to make a glass tilemarble, or blow your own bowl. Sign up for free activities including bead stringingsilk screening or lend your talents to help create a community artwork that will be on view in Fort Greene Park.

Apply today for the Spring 2019 semester of the Bead Project, UrbanGlass' entrepreneurial scholarship program for New York area women seeking a creative outlet. Over ten weeks students learn how to create glass jewelry and develop a small business plan. Click here for more information about this unique program. Application deadline: February 15, 2019.

Friday, February 8, 2019

ESCHER / The Exhibition & Experience (5)

Inside kind of labyrinth...“Infinity Room”, mirrors facing mirrors chamber, amid strings of repeating shapes-like M.C. Escher's "Flying Fish" artwork.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

ESCHER / The Exhibition & Experience (3)

Visitors coming to see this new edition of the 'Escher international show' have several chances to interact with some of the artist's  concepts and creations as well.  Getting inside the famous "Crystal Ball" with my own reflexion...was awesome!

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Centro de Exposiciones Arte Canal / Escher. El arte de lo imposible / 2007

ESCHER / The Exhibition & Experience (2)

This image is from a printed program of "m.c. Escher / El arte de lo imposible" traveling show, at Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, Spain.  In 2007 I made a very special trip from New York City to Madrid in order to be personally able to see it because, obviously, it was so important to me.

ESCHER / The Exhibition & Experience (1)

Monday, February 4, 2019

UrbanGlass / Valentine's Day Sale

Celebrate the ones you love with 15% off of all jewelry, in store and online (use code: VDay2019), between February 1 and

Sunday, February 3, 2019

selgasArt / Tapestry-Some (4)

'Hung as tapestries'...a serie of 'acrylic on folded canvas' I've been working on since 2012. The very 'textile' aspet created by the fact of no having stretchers as support and never 'going flat' on the wall, give them a kind of sculptural presence.

Friday, February 1, 2019

selgasArt / Tapestry-Some (2)

"La Habana para una Infanta difunta" is an sculpture-assemblage  made out of men's belts as a 'Hoop skirt' secured by screws and nuts.  On top; atresso for the hard base-of-torso, and peplum  cover by 'my own web work' using hemp rope treated with heavy medium acrylic, decorated by metal-nuts as 'pretend-Jewellery' and a carved-wooden hand holding an already-made Cuban flag.
The title plays a phonetic trick on  Ravel's "Pavana para una Infanta difunta". 'Infanta' is (was) also a major Avenue in Havana's so well known 'glorious past' before the actual nightmare.