Master Gallery Opening Reception May 4th for Elizabeth Langer’s “Ordered Chaos”

On Thursday, May 4th from 7 to 8:30 PM, the Master Gallery will host a reception for “Ordered Chaos,” an exhibit of collages, paintings and prints by Master Apartments shareholder Elizabeth Langer. Please stop by to say hello, meet the artist and have a look at her work. 

More of Elizabeth’s art is on exhibit currently at the Jewish Museum of South Florida — “Evil: A Matter of Intent” — and the Montclair NJ Public Library — “Healing Through Art.” This autumn, her collage, My Old House, will be included in the exhibit “Home(less)” at the Hebrew Union College Museum in New York, opening September 7th. See also Kate Feiffer, “Process” in Matha’s Vineyard Arts & Ideas for a recent write-up of her work.  http://d3zr9vspdnjxi.cloudfront.net/artistInfo/elizab25/biblio/50.pdf?1479952822
 
For a virtual peek at Elizabeth’s work, click on www.elizabethlanger.com
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Monday Night at the Master, March 20, Features Professional Organizer Amy Neiman

MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MASTER

March 20, 2017, 7:30pm, Riverside Lobby

As we celebrate the first day of spring, Amy Neiman, a professional organizer, will share strategies for creating more “O.R.D.E.R.”, both at work and at home, that we can incorporate into our spring cleaning routines.

Amy Neiman, M.A., Founder and CEO, provides organizing services to empower professionals to be more productive and profitable by organizing their workspace.

With a Master’s degree in Psychology and 15 years’ experience in the entertainment industry, Amy’s organizing skills were well-honed before launching her business.

Amy is a contributor to the book The Happy Law Practice: Expert Strategies to Build
Business While Maintaining Peace of Mind. Her chapter is titled “Maximize Productivity: Tips for Organizing Your Office.”

Amy is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO.) For more information about Amy, visit http://www.AmyNeiman.com.

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Opening Reception at The Master Gallery: Flip Side – Works by Roger Winter. Thurs, Feb. 2nd, 7PM

The Master Gallery in association with the Board of Directors of  The Master Apartments Invites you to the Opening Reception of

Flip Side – Works by Roger Winter 

 Thursday February 2, 2017 , The Master Gallery, 310 Riverside Drive, 7 – 8:30pm

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Master’s Own Mildred Speiser on TV

Mildred has seen it all. Now watch her tell it on the NYC Life’s Neighborhood Slice, available on demand at www.nyc.gov/media and on the following cable stations and at these times:

· Time Warner Cable channel 25; Verizon Fios channel 525 and RCN channel 25
· Nov 16th, 9PM;  Nov 19, 5PM;  Nov 20, 9:30 PM;                                                            Nov 21, 3PM;  Nov 22, 10:00PM

Visit www.neighborhoodslice.com for more info.

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The Master Gallery Features Ilene Sunshine’s ‘ifs and yets’

The Master Gallery’s fall show features veteran artist and resident, Ilene Sunshine, and runs through January 28, 2017. The opening reception, Thursday, November 3, drew an enthusiastic and appreciative crowd of friends and neighborhood and resident art enthusiasts.  The exhibition, entitled, ifs and yets, includes seven works on paper installed within a cascading frame of tree branches gathered from the neighboring Riverside Park. 

Sunshine explains, “Expanding upon my long-held interest in the blurred boundary between nature and culture, this project takes its cues from The Master’s architectural details and the building’s proximity to the park. The title, if and yets, might be nonsensical at first reading, but I hope it conveys a transitional, liminal state where transformation and transmutation take place. Our ears are more familiar with the phrase “no ifs, ands, or buts” used to imply absolute resolve, but I’m interested in considering a wider, more open arena of “ifs and yets” – a place of unexpected occurrences and invention.”

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