ART OF HEALING: Jill Baratta instructor at, and in cooperation with The Art School at Old Church, is facilitating art sessions with infusion patients at the Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. She is offering the patients beading/jewelery, collage, adult coloring, painting and more. Some of the patients enjoy having this bonus to their often long infusion sessions, giving them an opportunity for distraction, empowerment, relaxation and more.

• Ms. Cliffer Baratta was juried in to the National Association of Women Artists, and was inducted on November 17, 2011. Ms. Baratta’s print “Current 2” won the Aida Whedon Memorial Award for Printmaking at the 123d Annual Exhibition in September, 2012.  See the article on the NAWA exhibit, featuring several pieces including “Current 2”: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/vicky-tiel/art-is-a-struggle-with-th_b_1930764.html

Ms. Baratta chaired the Public Relations committee for NAWA in 2013, and was elected to the Board of Directors in 2014. She chaired the Exhibition Committee from 2015-17, and was elected President of NAWA as of May 2017, to serve through May, 2019.


TASOC (The Art School at Old Church) Winter 2017:

call 201-767-7160 to register

EXHIBITIONS

ANNOUNCEMENTS

TEACHING NOTES

Exhibitions & Events

BEGINNER PRINTMAKING

Jill Cliffer Baratta

18W PRI080: Mondays, 9:15 AM to 12:15 PM, Jan.8-Mar 12

No class on Jan. 15 or Feb 19

8 sessions $252

Material fee $16 Material list: tasoc.org

Beginner

Have you ever wanted to incorporate original art into a greeting card or invitation? Or ever gaze into a Picasso, Matisse or Munch print and wonder how it was done? We’ll focus on relief-printing methods, learning linoleum or woodblock printing and monotype. You will learn how to plan and make prints on a press and by hand rubbing.

We will use water-based inks. No printmaking experience is necessary!

Continuing beginners welcome and encouraged!

• Ms. Cliffer Baratta is participating in


"Seeing the World in Black and White"


November 13, 2017 – January 5, 2018


Her photographs,  "One Way" and "Toward NYC Skyline" are featured in this

on-line exhibition at http://www.nawaonlinegallery.org/index.php along with

many other exquisite black and white photos by other women photographers.

Walter4, Linocut

Four framed and several unframed prints by Jill Cliffer Baratta are included in the

Belskie Museum of Art & Science

HOLIDAY CRAFT ART SALE

See the poster at right for more information.