Fellow member Judy Takacs will be featured in Hungarian Rhapsody, an exhibit that features works of five other artists. The exhibition will be curated by George Kozmon. These pieces of art are in ode to the Hungarian-American culture. All of the artists that are being showcased are Cleveland locals that share the Hungarian backdrop (i.e. they are Hungarian).
The opening reception for Hungarian Rhapsody will Sunday March 3rd, from 2pm to 5pm. In addition to the exhibition, there will be a performance by the REGöS dance group.
It will be held at Beechwood Community Center, 25255 Fairmount Blvd in Beachwood, Ohio.
The show will continue through March 24th.
By going to this her website, here , you can view Judy’s progression through her on going project, The Solon Senior Project.
On her website she explains more about the project,
“Each Thursday from January through May 2012, I painted senior citizens at the Solon Senior Center, in my home town. These beautiful and interesting souls model for me as their friends come and go…or sit and stay, as long as they please. It is a lively demonstration of my painting skills, and an opportunity for me to plant myself in a space where new and fascinating people with stories and wisdom are always coming my way.”
Then, on March 6th, the artist will hold a talk at the Cleveland Institute of Art at 7:00pm. It will be in McCullough Building, room 305. The building is located at 11610 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
Be sure to check out her blog as well, Chicks With Balls.