Arlé Sklar-Weinstein

category: Visual,

Contact & Info

Artist Statement

I have exhibited her work at The Hudson River Museum, at The Katonah Museum of Art, at the West Broadway Gallery in New York City, at The Neuberger Museum in Purchase, New York, and at The San Diego Museum. My artwork is in the collections of The Hudson River Museum and The Pepsico Collection in Purchase NY. She is recipient of a purchase award at the Albright-Knox Galleries and a study scholarship from the MOMA in NY. Quilting techniques and painting concepts fused after immersing myself in photo imaging on the computer in the fall of 1994. Since then, I have explored heat-transferring digital imagery to fabric using computer-altered scans of my photographs, earlier art work, family album material and/or actual objects. Current work employs both visual and physical layerings and is represented at ART/PLACE Gallery, Southport, CT and at the Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, Ct.

Educational Background

I received my BS and MA at New York University under Professor Hale Woodruff and studied advanced printmaking at Columbia University.