Wednesday, December 27, 2017

ART on A Gallery's Fifth Annual Group Show Closing

ART on A Gallery's Fifth Annual Group Show
Closing Party, 6 - 8 PM on Thursday, December 28, 2017 
Featuring a plethora of International and Local NYC Artists. 
Established and emerging talent for you consideration.
With many original works starting as low as $50.00

Art on Avenue A 24 Avenue A NYC.

Woman by Akito Nara

Photograph by Linda Troeller

The Beatles, George, Paul, John & Ringo by Justin Love

Seaton Hancock and Mom, Beatrice at the Opening Party
Santa Painting by Walter Steding

J.K. and Reiko

Raff bathing in Bubble splendor, photograph by Guy Furrow.

"Saint of Kolkata" by Jason Akerman

John Velardi 

"Punk in My Bunk" by Jozie Lovestar

"Liar #2" by Robert Butcher

Stephen Sanchez Wendigo Salesperson
and Eli Livingston (background)

Kembra Pfalher

Gallery Curator, Rik Rocket

Wednesday, November 1, 2017


Join Clodagh and the Thorn Tree Project November 2, 2017
An evening of Fun, Art and Philanthropy, celebrating the beauty 
and benefits of Art. All proceeds go to the education of the
Students of the Thorn Tree Project. Bitings and Sundowner's
will be served.

The event at Clodagh Design Studio 6:30 - 9 PM
115 East 23rd street, 12th floor, NYC.

New York and International artists and patrons, 
have graciously donated works.

Clothing Designer, Rebecca Minkoff and Clodagh at
last years event.

Jane Nueman of Thorn Tree Project.

 Camels give 8 times more milk than a cow, a 25 kilo bag of Unimix that will feed one child breakfast every day for a whole year, or maybe a desk, mosquito net or set of reading books. And this year you can choose a student to sponsor through high school at one fortieth of the cost in NY.

Volunteers are donating their time and energy for the event.

Items made by the tribes are on display and for sale.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

50 Years Of Gorilla Conservation Benefit @ ARC TYREX

Celebrating 50 Years of Mountain Gorilla Conservation and Tourism.
Praveen Moman, Founder of Volcano Safaris and Dr. Tara Stoinski,
President of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International discuss the
essential link between mountain gorilla conservation, tourism and 
communities. A Benefit discussion moderated by Paula Froelich,
award winning American Journalist, hosted at Arc Tyrex Soho.

Benefit Photographs by Mark Edward Harris

Arc' Tyrex SoHo 169 Spring street, NYC.

Natacha Tonissoo, Black Book and Paula Froelich.

"Mealtime" by Mark Edward Harris

Paula Froelick

Praveen Moman, 
Founder of Volcano Safaris and Mountain Gorilla 
Advocate, Conservationist.

Tara Stoinski, 
President of Dian Fossey, Gorilla Fund International.

Praveen Moman talked regarding about the sharing culture
of the ancient Batwa people. A stay at Mount Gahinga
tracking the Golden Monkey and Gorilla at Volcano Safaris.

Photographs by Mark Edward Harris