Let Me Tell You A Story: Artist Talks & Workshops:

Drawing Rooms: 926 Newark Ave, #T107, Jersey City, NJ

Saturday 6/22/19 from 3:00-5:00pm 

Artist Talk

3:45-4:15p Kimberly Becoat

3-3:30p Ibou Ndoye

4:30 – 5p Shoshanna Weinberger

Artist Talk

Sunday 6/23/19 from 3:00-5:30pm

3 – 3:30p Adebunmi Gbadebo

3:45 – 4:15p Theda Sandiford

As a woman, I find it is often easier to make my way in the world by keeping my mouth shut. These works are from a collection of one-sided conversations. The things I wish I said or could say, the things I say under my breath or the affirmations I use to remind myself that my voice is relevant even when I think no one is listening.


Workshop Sun

Sunday 6/23/19 from 4:30 – 5:30p

4:30 – 5:30 Theda Sandiford

Join me for a hair-raising yarn wrapping workshop to wrap and hitch knot yarn, recycled sari thread and ribbon on 100’ of cotton rope.  Impart your essence and become a part of this community art making project.

World Collage Day & Pop Up Show

Celebrate World Collage Day with Garden Level Gallery as we honor our local community of artists and the art of collage!

World Collage Day Pop Up Exhibition

Saturday, May 11th, 1-5:00PM
Garden Level Gallery
315 Third Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302

Get inspiration from our Collage Pop Up Exhibition and spend an afternoon making artwork with our participating artists.

Make art with us.

Let’s show the world what it looks like when people come together as a community. #worldcollageday

Saturday, May 11th, 1-5:00PM
Garden Level Gallery
315 Third Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302

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Participating Artists:

Luis Alves: Luis Alves’s photo collages utilizes appropriated imagery from magazines, to incite dialogue on the role the media plays in the shaping of our lives. Each collage is hand-manipulated with the goal of transformation as a way of commenting on, satirizing or criticizing the source material. Website

Theda Sandiford: Theda Sandiford: Using internal conflict and diverse recycled materials as a starting point she constructs a mixed media mask to protect herself from fear. What may start off as an ugly statement about herself, is in the end transformed into something beautiful. Theda photographs her process and then digitally manipulate these images to extend the narrative.

Leslie Sheryl: Leslie Sheryll’s photo based collages start with appropriated 19th century tintypes which she scans and digitally manipulates. Sheryll then incorporate historical facts, imagery, personal experience and an infusion of fantasy to create a new narrative about women Website

Brad Terhune: Brad Terhune is forever seeking out new materials to work with leads to changes in style and subject. Terhune looks to create a weird, surreal world, and have been influenced by early twentieth century art movements that embraced and explored collage, while continuing to explore this vibrant medium in the contemporary arena. Website

Psykhe Size: 20 x 20 in Medium: Fine Art Print
Psyche was the goddess of the soul and the wife of Eros god of love.