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June 16, 2008
Art lovers, blogs and the press give rave reviews to the work of Carol Bennett, Rosalind Schneider and the Elisa Contemporary Art Group Show.
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Over 10,000 art lovers, collectors and art professionals attended the show, and we are thrilled to receive such an enthusiastic response to our exhibit.

Our artists, particularly the work of Carol Bennett, Rosalind Schneider and Carole Naggar, along with Elisa Contemporary Art were prominently featured in online and offline press, including AM New York, Conde Nast's Men's Style site, Artlog, The Riverdale Press, an Associated Press article and others (see below)

People were enchanted by the paintings and works on paper by new ECA artist, Chinese-born Amy Cheng, whose vibrant, sensual paintings challenge us to open our eyes to the magic and wonder of our world.

We debuted paintings and drawings by emerging artist, Michael Barletta who recently was part of the Biennial Event at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York

Wood Sculptures by Jon DePreter whose keen and intimate observations deepen our connection to nature continued to draw in visitors.

The mixed media paintings of Rosalind Schneider, who has created a unique visual language, drew lots of interest. And Rosalind's work was also part of an event on June, 12 at the Chelsea Art Museum!

The landscapes of internationally-recognized painter Elaine Galen transcended viewers to the mystical, surreal and spiritual realm of nature.

The works on paper of Egyptian artist, Carole Naggar who creates a bridge between Eastern and Western traditions by combining painting, calligraphy and poetry intrigued onlookers.

The encaustic paintings of Debra Ramsay interested many by the zen-like pieces which highlight the sensual essence of the natural world.

The stunning and evocative underwater meditations by Kauai artist Carol Bennett were a major hit at the show.

We are excited to be sharing our success with Free Arts NYC and knowing that together we are positively changing the world and the lives of others through art.

Just a few examples of our press coverage:

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