Enjoyed this exhibit --Pulp: Works on Paper--curated by Mark Ruschman at the Indiana State Museum open until June 18, 2017.  Mark interviewed artists represented in the museum's permanent collection about why and how they choose paper as a substrate or component of their work.  I have an early work Negotiating the Elements (2007) in the show along with the work of many other artists I have long admired. 

 
PULP: Works on Paper show at the Indiana State Museum

PULP: Works on Paper show at the Indiana State Museum

Negotiating the Elements, 2007 Aquatint on hand-toned paper Indiana State Museum (permanent collection)

Negotiating the Elements, 2007

Aquatint on hand-toned paper

Indiana State Museum (permanent collection)

 
White River Studio interior

White River Studio interior

Consider Yourself series  By Dorothy Stites Alig

Commissioned by Cummins for new Indianapolis Distribution Headquarters

Dorothy Stites Alig  featured artist at Vivid Gallery Opens on Chicago's North Shore--October 2016

Grand opening of Vivid Gallery in Winnetka was a huge success with hundreds of art enthusiasts from the North Shore of Chicago stopping by to congratulate Cynthia Burr and Martha Ruschman on their new enterprise. 

 

Alig  exhibits at Deborah Berke Partners, NYC

Istanbul and Back (2016) on the left and a series by my co-exhibitor Harvey Weiss on The right. 

Istanbul and Back (2016) on the left and a series by my co-exhibitor Harvey Weiss on The right. 

A serious moment talking about my process-- a bit misleading since the opening was actually so festive and fun.

A serious moment talking about my process-- a bit misleading since the opening was actually so festive and fun.

7-16-2016

I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to show at a lovely and prestigious venue, Deborah Berke and Partners architectural studio,  in the Flatiron district in Manhattan.   Deborah and her incredible colleagues (40+ architects and designers and counting) occupy 2 full floors of the building at 220 Fifth Avenue-- (yes, dangerously close to  Eataly).  The space is predictably understated, functional and yet very inviting--a perfect place to show art.  The big windows and sunny skies during the installation made it difficult to photograph the works so you will either have to see it for yourself (let them know you are coming--212-229-9211, before August 19, 2016) or take my word that they look great in the space.