Aug
18
August 18, 2018
5:00PM - 7:30PM
2018-08-18 5:00PM 2018-08-18 7:30PM America/New_York Fredi Cohen: Celebrate the Evolving Feminine Private

Fredi Cohen: Celebrate the Evolving Feminine

August 9th – August 31st
Exhibition Reception: Saturday, August 18th, 2018

Armory Art EXPERIENCE at CityPlace
5:00-7:30pm

 

Armory artist Fredi Cohen will be exhibiting her show "Celebrate the Evolving Feminine: In Life, Art, Architecture, & Furniture" from August 9-31, 2018. The opening reception will be held on Saturday, August 18, 2018 from 5:00-7:30 pm and is free and open to the public. On display will be free standing multi-media sculpture and original art built into architecture and furnishings. This exhibit will give a preview of some Cohen’s works that will soon be shown at Spectrum Miami and ArtExpo New York.

Cohen has been featured in multiple well-known national and international publications. Her art has appeared on multiple televised tours and also an exclusive Bloomberg News interview and studio tour of the art home she created in East Hampton, NY.


Cohen’s art is a tribute to all women’s abilities to accomplish anything they can dream, and about the interrelationship of the creativity of both women and nature. Cohen says, “I believe our dreams are the perfect size for us. Cherish our visions and ideals that stir in our hearts and the beauty that forms in our minds. Our dreams are like seeds planted in fertile soil. If we nourish our dreams with clear intention, without conflicting desires, and with focused attention, they will wait for the right season, and then spontaneously bloom into a magnificent life filled with everything our hearts want.”


Please visit her website at www.fredicohenart.com for full bio, artist statement, press, awards, video tours, and 4 major gallery categories including public art, art furniture, art in architecture, and sculpture.

 

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