Attleboro Arts Museum 27th Annual Benefit Art Auction

This year I have 2 paintings, “Lilies of the Incas” oil and “Hot Summer Day” pastel, in the 27th Annual Benefit Art Auction held by the Attleboro Arts Museum. The on-line portion of the Auction is now open so you can browse and bid on something you like.
The 27th Annual Benefit Art Online Auction runs from Oct. 11, 2018 10:00 AM to Oct. 31, 2018 5:00 PM, EST. The live/silent event takes place on November 3, 2018. Proceeds from all bidding will go to the Attleboro Arts Museum in order to support: Arts for Everyone.

Stop by the museum if you are around or bid on-line. Items will be shipped to you if your bid wins.

The Attleboro Arts Museum’s Benefit Art Auction is one of the Museum’s largest fundraisers. This event is vital to the continued growth of our organization and arts programming in our region. 2018 marks the Auction’s 27th year! The Sun Chronicle Previews the 2018 Benefit Art Auction

TATIANA ROULIN’s ITEMS in the AAM 27th Auction:

“Lilies of the Incas”

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 “Hot Summer Day”

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Thank you for your support!

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“All New England” National Exhibition

Recently I’ve been informed that my pastel painting “Summer in New England” (16″x20″) has been accepted into “All New England” prestigious annual national exhibition held by the Cape Cod Art Center, located at 3480 Route 6A (Main St.) in Barnstable, MA 02630. Exhibition will be going from October 15th to November 11th, 2018. Reception/Awards Ceremony will be on Thursday, October 18th from 5-7 pm. Awards ceremony begins at 6 pm.

Available at Tatiana Roulin Fine Art Studio/Gallery

Summer In New England 16″X20″ Pastel, Professionally Framed

 

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NRAS Members Show 2018 Award Winner

Last Saturday I went to the Members Show opening reception at the North River Arts Society. It’s a wonderful annual show of the NRAS members that is juried by invited professional artist. This year I was honored to be among award winners.

I would like to say huge thank you to our juror Hillary Osborn, whose work I personally admire, for awarding my oil painting “Tea Cup and Fruits” with one of the top awards, Phyllis Howard Award for Floral Composition, in the North River Arts Society (NRAS) Members show. This year there are 135 paintings in this show and I feel honored to be selected as an award winner out of so many wonderful artists. I really love the comments I received from the juror as well who, while judging the show, said that I have a good sense of color. I also have been told that she loved my BLUE in the background and to be honest it makes me feel happy to know there are artists who can appreciate mixed colors and tones. Thank you again. I feel grateful! This is my 1st Award from the North River Arts Society where I’ve been a long time member. Opening reception was last Saturday from 7 to 10 pm. Show will be on display at the GAR Hall, located at 157 Old Main Street, in Marshfield Hills, MA.

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Zullo 24th Annual Juried Exhibition

Recently I’ve been informed that my “Wavy Front” pastel painting has been selected for Zullo Gallery’s 24th Annual Juried Exhibition by the juror Cat Ciccolo Tucker, Artist and Teacher at Visual Arts Faculty Weston HS. Thank you so much for the wonderful news. I am excited to be a part of this show. The exhibit features over 70 artists from the greater Boston – New England area, New York, Illinois, Michigan and Switzerland representing a wide variety of styles and mediums.

This exhibition will be on display from September 15th to November 3rd, 2018. Opening Reception will be on Saturday, September 22nd, 7 – 9 PM. Zullo Gallery is located at 456A Main St. in Medfield, MA. Regular gallery hours are 12 to 5, Saturday and Sunday.

About my painting: “Wavy Front” – 9″x12″ pastel, professionally framed in gold leaf frame, 13″x16″ framed size, currently available @ Zullo Gallery!

Here is a VIDEO featuring many paintings (mine included) in this show.

I stopped by the gallery on September 29th and took this shot of my painting on display in the gallery.

Wavy Front is currently on display at Zullo Gallery until November 3rd, 2018!

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MESA Opening at The Attleboro Arts Museum

Last Saturday I attended an opening reception of MESA Invitational Exhibition held by the Attleboro Arts Museum. I’d like to say that I love participating in the Invitational Exhibitions because they give an additional motivation and purpose to think and create. For me it’s always interesting to see what I can come up with after reading a book or being inspired by a certain theme. it’s fascinating and creative adventure. I think many artists would agree with me here. At the opening reception all exhibiting artists were awarded with Certificate of Recognition for their creative talent so I was one of them. I am glad and feel honored to be recognized and exhibited in this show along with other 15 amazing artists whose work I admire (Kay Ritter is one of them). Here are several photographs from the opening.  

You can read more about MESA Exhibition:

The Sun Chronicle Previews MESA

The Sun Chronicle Coverage of MESA Opening Reception

VIDEO about MESA Exhibition by DoubleACS TV 15

Apples & Eggs 11″x14″ Oil, Framed. Currently on display @ The Attleboro Arts Museum in MESA Invitational Exhibition

 

PHOTOS From MESA Opening

Spt 11th – 22nd: “Mesa” Invitational Exhibition; Attleboro Arts Museum; 86 Park St., Attleboro, MA;  Hours: Tue. – Sat.: 10:00 am – 4 pm. Opening Reception: Saturday, September 15th, 2-4pm. My “Apples And Eggs” (11″x14″, oil, framed) was on display in this show. As Participating artist I was awarded with “Certificate of Recognition”.

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MESA Invitational Show

This July I was invited by the director of the Attleboro Arts Museum, Mim Brooks Fawcett, to participate in the invitational exhibition “Mesa”. In September I dropped off my painting, titled “Apples and Eggs”, for this show. Exhibition is going to be on display from September 11th to September 22nd, 2018. Reception and NEA Big Read Kickoff: Saturday, September 15th from 2-4pm. Free & open to all.

The Attleboro Arts Museum is located at 86 Park St. in Attleboro, MA; Hours: Tue. – Sat.: 10:00 am – 4 pm

Check out The Sun Chronicle‘s coverage of the opening reception for “MESA: Tables Constructed Under Five Skies”/Big Read’s kickoff event that took place this past Saturday. “MESA” runs through September 22nd, 2018.

Check out The Sun Chronicle PREVIEWS MESA

Here is my Artist Statement I wrote about my painting:

In the novel Five Skies, one particular table becomes a focal point. The sky blue table crafted by Ronnie Panelli serves as a gathering spot and provides the background for meals supplied by Darwin. “There was a tub of a pasta salad and a bowl of red apples and hard-boiled eggs already on the new table” (page 83). I wanted to create something related to this scene. Having a blue table in this novel is rather figurative because the color of blue symbolizes trust, loyalty, confidence, faith, and truth, something that can be found in the main characters. In the 16th and 17th centuries, Dutch still life paintings were not just random sets of objects. They all had their hidden meanings sending a message to observers. Following this practice my still life can be interpreted accordingly. The bowl of red apples represents a unity of drama and knowledge whereas red corresponds to drama, and the apple means knowledge. The egg has always held a symbolic significance in still lives partly because it is a visual shorthand for new life and un-hatched potential. Interestingly enough, for Dali, who continued the Dutch tradition of symbolism, the egg usually symbolizes new beginnings amidst the surrounding chaos and also a masculine prowess. These meanings serve well to represent the three main characters of the novel, men who became a team in a beautiful, isolated place, not just to complete their construction project, but also to find themselves amid their personal struggles.

ABOUT THE SHOW:

In fall 2018 the City of Attleboro, MA will be reading the novel “Five Skies” by Ron Carlson, the story of three men working a doomed construction project in the Rocky Mountains of Idaho. The Attleboro Arts Museum is eager to tie into the novel with the mounting of Mesa – Tables Constructed with Five Skies Overhead, an invitational exhibition.

Carlson’s novel repeatedly spotlights a range of tables: Ronnie Panelli’s well crafted, sky blue gathering spot; the examination table where a wood sliver is removed; the tables at the Antlers – the best place to eat in town.

As the Invitation says: “You are invited to create your version of a 3D or 2D table that is either featured in Five Skies or is personally significant to you.”

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Paint To Preserve @ The South Street Gallery of Hingham

I am one of the artists who participated in the “Paint to Preserve” invitational plein air event and fundraiser organized by the South Street Gallery, located at 149 South Street in HIngham, MA. This year they organized again a plein-air painting event, in partnership with The Trustees on the South Shore. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to support the on-going care of preserved reservations managed by The Trustees on the South Shore. Artists went to any one or more of the South Shore properties which belong to the Trustees and painted there.

Paintings produced as a result of this effort will be offered at a 3-week-long silent auction, starting on Friday evening July 27 from 6 to 8 pm, ending on August 17.

You should stop by to place a bid between 7/27 – 8/17!

Here are my paintings, “Sunny Weir Farm” (8″x10″, oil, framed) and “World’s End in June” (8″x8″, pastel, framed) I painted for this event this year. I hope you will stop by to see this exhibition! Enjoy! Please support the Arts, local artists and The Trustees!

SOLD at The South Street Gallery

reddot “World’s End In June” 8″x8″ pastel, 12″x12″ framed size, SOLD at the South Street Gallery of Hingham

 

SOLD @ The South Street Gallery

reddot “Sunny Weir Farm” – 8″x10″ oil, framed, SOLD at the South Street Gallery of Hingham

UPDATE: I am glad to say that both paintings, “World’s End in June” and “Sunny Weir River Farm” got SOLD in the “Paint To Preserve” invitational plein air event and fundraiser to benefit The Trustees at the South Street Gallery of Hingham, MA. Huge thank you for your support!

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Juried into Studio Visit Magazine

Recently I’ve been informed that my work “Harvest Time” (20″x20″, oil, 24″x24″ framed size, framed in gold leaf frame) has been juried into Studio Visit Magazine Publication in Summer Competition.

I’ve received an email that says: ” Dear Tatiana Roulin, Congratulations! Your artwork has been selected by our juror, Francine Weiss PhD, Senior Curator at the Newport Art Museum. The response to our call for artists was, once again, incredible. Over 1000 individuals entered the competition and you are one of 350 artists who have been invited by Ms. Weiss to participate. Scheduled to be released this winter, Studio Visit will be received by a total of two-thousand galleries, museum curators, and art aficionados throughout the country”

The results of this Summer 2018 competition will be released in Studio Visit Winter publications, volumes 43 & 44. So stay tuned!


“Harvest Time” – 20″x20″ original size, 24″x24″ framed size

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Boston Voyager magazine Feature

Recently I’ve been approached by the Boston Voyager magazine to be featured in their “Inspiring Stories” section for the Boston area and today my interview has been published. You can read and comment on it by clicking this link. I hope you enjoy reading it and thank you so much for all your support!

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“Evening Stream” was placed in TOP 10

More exciting news. I would like to say a huge thank you to the Light Space & Time Gallery and especially to John R Math for the wonderful news and for awarding several of my paintings in the “Landscapes” Juried Show held by them. I am glad to say that my painting “Evening Stream” has been awarded with 4th Place in the Painting Category & 7th Place in the Overall Category. The overall winning artists’ category of the “Landscapes” Art Exhibition will receive extensive worldwide publicity by having their winning art presented on Artsy.net. The LST Artsy.net page will feature the artist’s art, an excerpt of their artists statement and their website URLs as part of the gallery’s overall prize package. Here is my Listing on Artsy.net.

Additionally my painting “Summer Trail” was awarded with “Special Merit in the Painting Category” and my “Misty Evening” (oil, 24″x24″ framed size) painting was awarded with “Special Recognition“. Here is a link to the Overall Winners (posted below). Huge thank you again!  

“Evening Stream” has been awarded with 4th Place in the Painting Category & 7th Place in the Overall Category.

Available

Evening Stream 8″X8″ Pastel, Professionally Framed. Currently available through The Mint Gallery in Bristol, RI

“Summer Trail” was awarded with “Special Merit in the Painting Category”

Available

Summer Trail 8″x8″ pastel, Professionally Framed. Currently available through The True Grit Art Gallery in Middleboro, MA

“Misty Evening” (oil, 24″x24″ framed size) painting was awarded with “Special Recognition“

Misty Evening 20″x20″ oil, Professionally Framed. Currently available through Roulin Studio & Gallery

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