"Heathcliff"

"Heathcliff"
"Heathcliff", 30 x 22", acrylic on paper

Tuesday, September 9, 2014


PRESS RELEASE
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Joyce Liebermanwww.joycelieberman.com
Reception for the Artist
Sat Nov 8, from 6:30-8:30pm 2014 
Neighborhood Music School Inc.
25 South First Ave.
Arcadia, CA 91006
626-254-9525
www.neighborhoodmusic.net
 
 
 
         

 Joyce Lieberman's colorful Musically themed Paintings and collages are hanging at The Neighborhood Music School for the second half of 2014.  Her musically themed works have hung at the Hollywood Bowl and the Colburn Music School as well as many galleries, public places and residences across the United States.
 Resume Available upon request.
Students and their Parents have been enjoying the artworks while waiting and taking their fine musical classes.
A Reception to meet and greet Joyce Lieberman is planned for Nov 8 from 6:30-8:30
Student combos will entertain casually.
Lieberman's artworks are all for sale. She has a wide variety of inexpensive posters available also.
Come by and see the artworks and meet the artist.
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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Brand Library Renovations in Glendale, CA

 
Got out to see the new renovations at the elegant Brand Library this weekend in Glendale.
My friend Srboojie Amadjian was exhibiting in the new gallery space in a group of 5 women. The artist gallery space had not changed much during the 2 year renovation but the main library was really altered and very remarkable.
The new renovations were really interesting. They had taken off the cottage cheese texture on the ceilings and found lathe and plaster frescos below that were pretty beat up. They framed a few of the pieces to show the inspiration and had recreations of the designs painted on the ceilings. Each room had it's own palette. As I looked from room to room, I could see through the opening to the others and the combinations were really magnificent. Go see for yourself at the Brand Library in Glendale, CA.