I wanted to share with you this positive message from the gallery that I recently joined that is still up and running in France! I am working too, similarly confined to my house for more than a week already as both my children came down with what I’m hoping are just simple colds on their last days of school. They didn’t meet the criteria for Corona testing but we were advised to self isolate initially for two weeks. Of course we are worried, but I still feel very fortunate to have insurance and a good place to live. I know there are many without and many who have been in isolation for weeks longer; like my mom and sister in Northern Italy.
I’m reassured and motivated by the artists and writers reaching out and pushing each other to keep making things. My new series Something Cosmic is coming together; I’m printing and taking new photographs and seeing the beautiful around me.
From my living room, confined but confident, I send you all positive vibes on behalf of the Singulart team. We are working from home, but nothing changes: all our collaborators are working at full speed to support the artists and honor the orders. With the fairs you (and we!) were supposed to attend postponing, your galleries closing and your openings cancelling, we are more than ever aware of the role we play in bringing your work across borders, to art lovers around the world. Your Artist Liaison remains 100% available to accompany you in this unprecedented situation. We are preparing advice to help you survive the confinement that many of us are already undergoing. Do not hesitate to tell us how you are coping during this period. Is it more complicated to create? You can always read our Magazine to keep yourself busy!
Some of you have communicated to us your desire to create positive art as a reaction to this crisis that is panicking everyone, and others are reacting directly with paintings featuring the coronavirus. On social networks, we try in our own way to relay these messages to be positive. For example, we have created this ethos: Confined but happy. Because yes, this is our state of mind! “
This is my Singulart page: https://www.singulart.com/en/artist/meike-bertrand-paniza-9773
Below is a photo I took of my daughter’s terrarium perched on the garden fence:
I’m so honored to be named amongst the wonderful group of artists and friends that made it to the list of top 200 finalists.
Alaska Women Speak has my photographs on it’s cover this quarter. So cool to see it on the magazine stand!
I’m thrilled to have 3 photographs from my series Between Land and Sky featured in the L.A. Photo Curator Printworks- Print Sales Newsletter this week!
Print Sales a new venture by Laurie Freitag’s L.A.Photocurator. It’s great project that helps photographers sell smaller, affordable prints, gain exposure AND generate donations to great causes! There are some other pretty awesome prints available as well.
Check it out at https://www.laphotocurator.com/printworks-print-sales-newsletter-nov-1-2018
All three featured artworks are available on my website through November 15th, 2018 for $240.00
DIMENSIONS: 9 x 9 inches
SPECIFICS: Pigment Print, signed and numbered.
TYPE OF PAPER: Gold Fiber Silk, Archival.
LIMITED SERIES: Limited Edition of 15, with 2 artist Proofs
I am pleased to announce that one of my photographs was chosen to be included in an exhibition in Italy. Shadows, is curated by LoosenArt and will be shown in the Millepiani Gallery in Rome, Italy. January 4-13th 2019.
SHADOWS SELECTED ARTWORKS
I just received notice that my artwork Jump, Diptych was accepted as part of the 2018 All-Alaska Biennial Exhibition at the Anchorage Museum.
Check out the participating artist here: https://www.anchoragemuseum.org/exhibits/all-alaska-biennial-2018
Exhibition Dates: October 19 - February 3.
Location: Anchorage Museum, First Floor Galleries. After February 3rd the Exhibition will travel to other venues in Alaska.
Juror: Candice Hopkins
A huge thank you to the Australian Museum of Contemporary Photography for sharing a selection of my photographs on Facebook!
Just returned from the 5th edition of the Mt Rokko International Photo Festival in the mountains of Kobe in Japan. What a fantastic experience to be there, to share my photographs and to meet with and emerge myself in the work of so many great artists from around the world.
Mt. Rokko International Photography Festival
It’s long been a personal goal for me to be included in the Art Photo Index because I so value the searchable content devoted to fine art photography. I’m very honored to be included.
I am so honored to have wonderful feature in Lenscratch today. Thank you so much Aline Smithson!