Mills Pond House Gallery, St. James New YorkSmithtown Township Arts Council presents A Pinch and A Dash seeking to examine the American woman's changing role in the kitchen, from rural times when a woman's biscuits defined her reputation, to twentieth century ready -made preparation. This exhibit focuses on works that exemplify women’s role in the kitchen or reveal how this role has changed to meet new challenges of American society, from providing sustenance for the family, to maintaining ethnic traditions to natural & organic awareness.
Juror: Connie Koppelman, PhD
Dr. Connie Koppelman received a BA in Art History and a Ph.D in Social and Intellectual History from SUNY Stony Brook and an MLS from Queens College. She was a Helena Rubenstein Fellow at the Whitney Museum of American Art and is an independent curator and speaker on the subjects of women's art, body art and Long Island artists. Koppelman currently teaches in the Women's Studies Program at SUNY Stony Brook, specializing in American women's history and women's art history.
The Slow Evaporation of Sugar and Spice
Graphite on Bristol, 18 x 24"