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Andrew Reach – Finalist In Art Takes Soho Competition

I’m so proud that my husband Andrew Reach is a finalist in the art competition “Art Takes Soho”.  He entered 6 artworks (shown below). His art will be shown digitally with the other finalist:
Wednesday, September 26th, 2018
6pm – 10pm
45 Lispenard St #1w
New York, New York

What I find so amazing about the new work he is creating is during this period of our life, the complications from his disease are insidious. His pain is off the charts as is his quality of life. We fight every day to have a nice day and somewhere in this amazing soul, in a body that doesn’t stop attacking him from within, this kaleidoscope of wonder and magic comes out. Bruce Baumwoll Check out his amazing art on www.andrewreach.com

Andrew was also featured on the See Me website.
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Below are the artworks entered into the Art Takes Soho competition
click on images to see on Andrew Reach’s website

Andrew In Wonderland, 2018
Archival Digital Print on Cotton Rag, 40 x 40 inches, edition of 3

Wavy Gravy, 2018
Archival Digital Print on Cotton Rag, 38 x 59 inches, edition of 3

Triangulation Construction IV, 2018
Archival Digital Print on Cotton Rag, 40 x 46 inches, edition of 3

A Glimpse of Freedom I, 2018
Archival Digital Print on Cotton Rag, 38 x 53.5 inches, edition of 3

Primary Vibes, 2017
Archival Digital Print on Canvas, 54 x 54 inches, edition of 3

Quadratadot I, 2016
Archival Digital Print on Canvas, 54 x 54 inches, edition of 3

Andrew Reach To Exhibit at The “REINVENTION” Show at the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve – Cleveland

I’m pleased to announce that my spouse Andrew Reach will have his art exhibited in a group show at the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve. The show is titled “REINVENTION”. Mindy Tousley, director of AAWR and curator of the show says about it:

“I am putting together an exhibition of regional artists who have re –invented themselves or at least their artwork because of physical trauma associated with aging or aging related disabilities. In the case of all of the artists I have selected they have overcome the changes forced on them and gone on to complete bodies of work that are very different & in some cases superior to what they were doing before. I came upon the idea for this show because of my association with the artists and their stories. I saw firsthand the changes in their work over the course of time.”

The other artists art Ruth Bercaw, Terry Klausman, PJ Rogers (Now deceased), & Kim Bisset

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