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balm Dry Bones Exhibition

October 24, 2010

b.a.l.m. – beauty, art and life movement presents its third production in conjunction
with the DLAD’s Final Friday events.

Curated by Darin M. White this group art show
embodies a memento mori concept with a focus on regeneration.  The artists
range from diverse backgrounds using a large variety of visual mediums, and
include local emerging artists to established national and international artists.


Image includes multiple artists works from the show

Please join us for the opening reception in conjunction with Final Friday events.

Time
Friday, October 29 · 5:00pm – 10:00pm

Location 739 Flash Space 

739 Massachusetts Street
Lawrence, KS

Artists: Rob Allen, Elisa Kerry Berry, Stuart Bury, Jeremy Casper,
Jonathan Cowan, Patrick James Curtin, Jason Dailey, Matthew Farley,
Jane Flanders, Rex Hausmann, Duane Hilburn, Heather Smith Jones,
Kristin Morland, Katherine O’Hara, Isaiah Powers, Jennifer Rivera,
Sam Spiczka, Alison Stigora, G.F. Sam Wagner, Darin M. White,
Jenni White, Shannon White and Yuri Zurpancic

After opening night the show will be on view for a minimum of three weeks by
appointment with some limited hours open for the public.

Contact curator Darin M. White to set up an appointment or purchase an
artwork.


Sponsors include:
Downtown Lawrence Arts District, Lawrence Sign Up, Tellers,
Schmidt Builders Supply, Lawrence Hy-Vee #2 on 6th Display Direct and Hava Studios

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b.a.l.m.
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balm is a non profit organization working on 501-3C Status.
If you or an organization would like to donate funds, time or other resources
to further art and artists in Lawrence, KS and throughout the country please
send any correspondence to the addresses in the signature.

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b.a.l.m. anthropoi opening review

October 24, 2010

There was a great turn out for the September Final Friday event at the 739 Mass
Street Flash Space with an estimated 1,000-1,300 in attendance.  Tom King from
Review Magazine
did a brief review highlighting the b.a.l.m. anthropoi Exhibition
and curation.  The show exhibited 18 artists including Ben Ahlvers, Rob Allen,
TR Ericsson, Jason T. Clark, Larry Graeber, Duane Hilburn, Akiko Jackson,
Lacey Lewis, Don Lisy, Jung Hee Mun, Dave Root, Nicolette Ross, Frank Shopen,
Betsy Timmer, Dave Van Hee, GF Sam Wagner, Jay Walker and Shannon White
and last minute addition Erok Johanssen.

As a bonus editor of Lawrence Magazine, Nathan Pettengill, invited multiple art
collectives and groups to participate in a thematic collaborative interpretive
project for the Fall edition of the magazine, and display and Jason Dailey
photographed the work during the opening.  Included in the exhibition were
Fresh Produce Collective/… art gallery, the Percolator group/gallery,
Astroid Heads
/Wonderfair Space, the Spencer Museum of Art
student collective
, and a group of artists representing b.a.l.m.

Below are some images from the opening courtesy of Ed White Photo Images.
See more of the show opening images here.

For more images of the artwork displayed or to purchase a piece of artwork, please
contact curator Darin M. White .

We would like to thank sponsors for this exhibition including:
Downtown Lawrence Arts District, Lawrence Sign Up, Cottin’s Hardware,
Ed White Photo Images and our friendly neighbors Signs of Life Gallery.
We would also like to thank the musical group Antiques and Collectibles for
setting the mood.  In edition, we would like to thank the assistance received
by multiple volunteers including a whole family in painting the space and
getting ready for this show we couldn’t have done this with out you.

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b.a.l.m.

balm email

balm is a non profit organization working on 501-3C Status.
If you or an organization would like to donate funds, time or other resources
to further art and artists in Lawrence, KS and throughout the country please
send any correspondence to the addresses in the signature.

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b.a.l.m. anthropoi art exhibition

September 21, 2010

Coming off the inaugural event of Final Fridays there are great expectations
for this months opening. There was a fabulous turn out and response to this event
and we are hoping for sustained success in promoting art and artists and
introducing those who may not be aware of the variety and depth of
contemporary art to a little taste.  b.a.l.m. produced the August show
TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent which was able to bring some
good reviews, publicity and awareness for the Final Friday events.

Opening in conjunction with the Lawrence, Kansas Final Fridays
b.a.l.m. announces anthropoi – a group exhibit about how artist view people
curated by Darin M. White a beauty, art and life movement production.

Please join us this Friday September 24th, 2010 for the opening reception
at the 739 Mass Street Flash Space from 5-10pm.  Join us at 5pm for a special
appearance and collective work, and we also are looking forward to hosting a
variety of art collectives in the first hour of the opening.

Show dates are from Sept. 24th- Oct. 22nd by appointment.

Artists exhibited in the show include:

Ben Ahlvers, Rob Allen, TR Ericsson, Jason T. Clark, Larry Graeber, Duane Hilburn,
Akiko Jackson, Lacey Lewis, Don Lisy, Jung Hee Mun, Dave Root, Nicolette Ross,
Frank Shopen, Betsy Timmer, Dave Van Hee, GF Sam Wagner, Jay Walker and
Shannon White.
Front Image: cropped examples of a variety of the artists works.


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b.a.l.m.
balm email

balm is a non profit organization working on 501-3C Status.
If you or an organization would like to donate funds, time or other resources
to further art and artists in Lawrence, KS and throughout the country please
send any correspondence to the addresses in the signature.

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b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent opening reception review

September 17, 2010

There was a great turn out for the first Final Friday event in the newly established
Downtown Lawrence Arts District.  In a more than anticipated highly energized
crowd an estimated 700-1000 individuals poured into the venue, perused
and discussed the art at the 739 Mass “Flash Space”.  It was encouraging to
have quite a bit of press come out for the show opening including Channel 6 News,
Journal World, Review Magazine, and another piece being put out by The Pitch.

There was an excellent review of the show by Ryan LaFerney with
Review Magazine .

Read the Journal Worlds viewpoint of the overall event here
http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2010/aug/28/first-final-friday-attracts-artsy-crowd/
and view some of the Journal Worlds general photographic images
http://www2.ljworld.com/photos/galleries/2010/aug/28/final-friday-starts-downtown/

Here are some images from the show opening at 739 Flash Space.
Thank you Lawrence and surrounding areas for your support of art!
Please join us every Final Friday for a new exhibition including this
coming Friday September 24, 2010 for b.a.l.m. anthropoi – a group exhibit about
how artists view people.


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b.a.l.m.
http://beautyartandlifemovement.org
balm email



balm is a non profit organization working on 501-3C Status.
If you or an organization would like to donate funds, time or other resources
to further art and artists in Lawrence, KS and throughout the country please
send any correspondence to the addresses in the signature.

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b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent Art Exhibition

August 15, 2010

b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent
Art Exhibition

Please join us for the opening reception of b.a.l.m. TRANS•parent TRANS•lucent
Art Exhibition at Flash Space 837 Massachusetts Street in Lawrence, Kansas
from 5-8pm August 27th, 2010 in conjunction with the first of the Final Friday’s
Art Events in the new (DLAD) Downtown Lawrence Arts District. This is a group
show exploring the idea of translucency and transparent curated by
Darin M. White. The exhibition will be up till September 17th and will be available
after the opening reception by appointment.

Artists included in the exhibition:
Lori Bury, Leah Busch, Jon Cowan, Christina Dostaler,
TR Ericsson, Matthew Farley, Tyson Gough,
John Hachmeister, Rex Hausmann, Vincent Leandro,
Keith Lemley, David Parker, Andy Norquist, Debra Seeger,
Linnea Spransy, Shannon White, Marc Wiegand
Front Image: Collage representing most artists

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b.a.l.m.


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b.a.l.m. WHITE SHOW at Hausmann Millworks reviewed

June 21, 2010

The b.a.l.m. WHITE SHOW at Hausmann Millworks was a little lighter on the trek
back to Kansas.  Three additional art works sold while in San Antonio, Texas.
Congratulations artists!

We heard over and over how much people appreciated the level of quality that this
show has to offer.  We would like to thank the people of San Antonio for their
appreciation, requests for extension, supporting this traveling art show both in
purchases as well as attendance and by word of mouth.  Thank you to Rex
Hausmann and the Millworks for hosting and helping sponsor the exhibition.

The exhibition opened on March 6th, 2010 in conjunction with
Contemporary Art Month (CAM) with a well attended reception with many curators,
directors and art buyers and of course art lovers.  There was also a large closing
reception on March 27th, 2010, with art performances, bands etc and
because of numerous requests the exhibit was extended to May 5th, 2010.

There was an excellent review  By Elda Silva – (San Antonio) Express-News
‘White Show’ able to amuse and unsettle at the same time

Here are a few more links related to the traveling exhibition in San Antonio.
Visit San Antonio Calendar of Events
Contemporary Art Month (CAM) Listing
San Antonio Express News 2010 Contemporary Art Month (CAM) highlights
Contemporary Art Month (CAM) Artists List 2010

Below are a few images from the opening reception and various times throughout
the show.  For more images please see here.

For more information about booking this exhibition for your gallery, art center or
museum please contact Darin White at 785.764.2216 or email here.

Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission

Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission
Photograph ©2010 John Karlis Used with permission

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WHITE SHOW Opens in San Antonio, TX March 6th, 2010

February 28, 2010

After beginning at in Lawrence, KS, the WHITE SHOW opens in San Antonio, TX March 6th, 2010.  This event coincides with and is listed as a part of CONTEMPORARY ART MONTH, San Antonio’s perennial festival and Luminaria Arts Night.  This will be a great time to launch the contemporary works of WHITE SHOW artists in a another venue, Hausmann Millworks Gallery, in collaboration with other galleries, and art organizations.

Hausmann press release reads as follows:

“What is White?

Is white the way a human eye sees light? Is this five letter English word the containment of the entire color spectrum? Perhaps it is political or racial… memories, objects, impressions, subtle texture, dramatic variances the color white is a fully loaded word. White as an adjective attracts multiple interpretations. The WHITE show aims to explore all of the above.

The WHITE show began in Lawrence, Kansas and has traveled to San Antonio, Texas for its second debut as part of Contemporary Art Month. The show comprises 43 artists from 19 US States and Istanbul Turkey. The show includes established artists such as Rolando Briseno, TR Ericsson, Jon Keith Swindell, Stephen Johnson, and David Parker to name a few, and many emerging artists like Jimmy James Canales and Ardan Ozmenoglu.

Organized by b.a.l.m. in Lawrence, Kansas, the show was originally juried by Samuel W. Kho and and then further juried in San Antonio by Hausmann Millworks, we present to you the WHITE SHOW.”

Artists: TR Ericsson, Rolando Briseno, Darin M. White, Ben Ahlvers, Betty Wright, Jimmy James Canales, Jada Schumacher, Josh Willis, Lance Cheney, Larry Cole, Rex Hausmann, Ardan Ozmenoglu, Jane Flanders, K. Hawkom Thomas, Sunny Belliston-Taylor, Leah Busch, Gary Bradley, Dennis Brown, Maura Schaffer, Jon Keith Swindell, James Cook, Paul Nielsen, Ian Colon, Meg Mitchell, Betsy Timmer, Dori Lewman, Keith Lemley, Barbara Simcoe, Susan Foley, Cricket Brooks, Barry Osbourn, Evan Conley, GF Wagner, Kristin Morland, Jay Walker, Shannon White, Vincent Leandro, Jeanne Lyons-Butler, Josh Jalbert, Don Lisy, Stephen Johnson, Matthew Farley, Blake Wilkinson, David Parker

An WHITE SHOW exhibition catalog is on its way from the complete and original exhibition b.a.l.m. presented at SIGNS OF LIFE GALLERY, Lawrence, KS.  We will make the catalog available as soon as possible.  If you or your organization would be interested in sponsoring this catalog, let us know as we believe you will be proud to be associated.  We were grateful to report approximately $5200 worth of artists’ work sold at this KS show and we are thankful for everyone’s help, patronage, partnership and participation in the show.   A few of the pieces sold will not travel, and the variety of artists and works was pared down to fit the gallery space in San Antonio.  Each show will take on a slightly different look and feel as it travels. Thank you for taking this journey with us!

And now we are off to Texas…

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