Main Individual, Museum and Group Shows

2018

Artists & Makers -Solo Exhibit- May 

 

2016
Context Miami- Matilde Bensignor Gallery of Argentina- December

2015
Art Miami- Acqua- Group Show- December
“Visions Shaping” Alianza Latina USA- Group Show- November
“New Works”- Solo Show – Gallery A – Dupont Circle, Washington DC- April
Colorida Gallery- Lisbon, Portugal- May

2014
Vision- Solo Show at Latin Art Gallery- Prague- October
Light (Life)= Love – Studio 26- Manhattan, NY- September
Interview by County Cable Montgomery – honoring Hispanic Heritage Month

2013
Shangai Art Fair 2013- November
Berliner Liste 2013- Berlin- September

2012
Gallery Assisinarte- Assisi Italy- September
Gallery Vicelli- Paris- August

2011
Caminul Artei- Bucharest- Romania- NovemberGalerie Vieceli, St. Tropez, France- August

2010
“Worlds of Colors” Solo Show – Gallery A – Dupont Circle, Washington DC- October

2008
“The Fine Art of Freedom” JCC- Baltimore- Group Show

2007

Invited to exhibit at “Sacred Circles” Washington National Cathedral- February

2005

“Visions’” Divino- Bethesda May/Jdly

2004

Four Expressions- The Dennis & Phillip Ratner Museum June 6-July 25

Create two Murals for Holy Cross Hospital- One 140’ & another 58’

The DNA of the Hebrew letters” JCC Baltimore- April/May

2002

Sacred Circles 2002. Washington National Cathedral. “Weaving a Cdlture of the Heart”, Interactive Installation.

2000

“New Dimensions” Invitational Solo Exhibition Strathmore Hall Arts Center. February 4- March 4

“I Carry My Roots With Me” Invitational Group Show The Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery. DCJCC. May 18- Nov. 9

1999

Dinning with the Arts – Premier Art Event – Arts Council of Montgomery County – First Annual Artist’s Home and Studio Tour

“Art for Life: Hope for Our Children” Whitman Walker Clinic & Panamerican Health Organization Sixth Annual Art Exhibit Auction, October

1998

Celebrating of the Arts in Maryland “I Can See Clearly Now” The Governor of Maryland’s Mansion, Annapolis MD, Jan.

1997

Osaka Triennale 1997 8th International Art Competition, Osaka Japan.

1996

“Surrealistic Dreams” Invitational Solo Exhibition Kentlands Mansion, September 11-30

City of Gaithersburg, Maryland, Council for the Arts.

1995

Moscoso Gallery, One-person show – Dupont Circle Washington, D.C. November 16 – December 3

21st Annual World Fantasy Convention, Baltimore, MD – Inner Harbor Marriott, October

“A Path of Light and Form” Invitational Group Show Montgomery County Office of Community Outreach

National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 – October 15

Pandora: Women Collaborating in Arts and Letters’ Group Show, Washington D.C. public spaces August.

Sources of Strength Group Show – District of Columbia Art Center, February

1993

Second Ibero-American Fine Arts Salon – Invitational Group Exhibition, Ibero-American Cdltural Attaches Association – Mexican Embassy, Washington, D.C. October 1-28

Inter-American Development Bank Gallery, Washington, D.C.- Invitational Solo Exhibition, September 13-October 1

“Seven Women of Seven Countries” Select Invitational Group Show – Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin Art, Miami, Florida – Juried Winter Exhibition, February 8-20

1992

The 50th World Science Fiction Convention Art Show, Orlando, Florida

Worlds of Wonder, One-Person Show, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. April 1-30

1991

World Fantasy Convention Art Show, Tuscon, AZ

The 49th World Science Fiction Convention Art Show, Chicago, IL

28th Annual “Boskone” Exhibition, New England Science Fiction Association

1990

World Fantasy Convention Art Show, Chicago, IL.

1980-1989

Several Solo and Group shows in Argentina

Community Projects

2008

Created and organized a mural for “Hispanic Heritage Day” at Silver Spring International Middle School

2007

Organized six murals for Capital Camps Retreat Center.

Organized artwork to donate to Stepping Stones Shelter, Rockville Maryland

2005

“Stash your Cash Program” Painted piggy bank, organized by Capital One

2004

“Taste of Wheaton” Mural created by and for the community.

Mural for “ El Dia de los Niños” Festival at Longbranch Community Center, May.

2003

Magical Montgomery, Montgomery County’s festival of the Arts and Humanities. Organize a Mural for a County Facility in Silver Spring, Maryland.

“Mural for children by children” Children’s National medical Center, DC

2002

“Doors Art Project” for Children’s National Medical Center and Identity Clinic, DC.

2001

Magical Montgomery, Montgomery County’s festival of the Arts and Humanities. Organize a Healing Mural for the aftermath of September 11th.

1999

Mural at the entrance of Fairland Elementary School

Professional Experience

1995-2009

Creative Director of “Creative Adventures” formerly “Hands on Art” after school art Program for elementary schools in Montgomery County, Maryland. Actually teaching in 24 Elementary Schools in the area.

“Art is Fun” Children’s exhibit in the City Hall of Gaithersburg. 1997

“Children’s Exhibit” in Strathmore Hall. 1998

“Hands on Art” Children’s Hospital,Washington, D.C. 1999

1998-2009

Directing and creating Summer Art Camp “Creative Adventures, Inc.” In four different locations in Montgomery County.

2004-2009

Co-organized Annual International Women Retreats, Creativity and Yoga.

2002

Howard County Recreation and Parks- Visual Arts around the World-March.

Organize Art Workshop at The Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington.

Workshop in the Arts for Leadership Montgomery.

Workshop for the Alzheimer's  Association for caregivers.

2001

Sacred Circles: A celebration of Women’s Spirituality. Art Workshop. Washington National Cathedral. June

Workshop in the Arts for Leadership Montgomery.

Presenter at the First Spanish Conference for Day Care Providers. Montgomery College.

1983-1990

Owner and Principal Instructor “The Creative Adventure”, Art Studio

Workshops on drawing and painting, creativity and composition for children and adults. Buenos Aires, Argentina

1977-1982

Art teacher Bet-El Elementary and Middle School, Argentina.

Gallery

represented by Gallery A - Washington, DC

Personal

Born Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1958

Moved to the United States in 1990

© 2018 by Rosana Azar 

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