AAWAA  Asian American Women Artists Alliance

"Leaps and Bounds"

Phoenix Gallery, 568 Broadway, Suite 607, NYC 10013.
July 23 - August 10, 2002

Participating artists: Paula DeLuccia, Sun Han, Ran Hwang, Ellen Hsiao, Laura Hsing, Joo Hyun Kang, Yan Kong, Sonomi Kabayashi, Fannie Lee, Numyi Lee, Winnie Lee, Helen Lin, Minn Matsuda, Chie Nishio, Micky Schon, Ming Ming Shih, Karin Soika, Nancy Soyer, Yi Jun Sun, Xin Song, Tomoko Tamura and Shirley Pu Wills.

The follwing images were taken during the opening reception on Friday, July 26, with an an operatic singing performance at 7 PM by two Asian American women artists, Keiko Bjorkman and Deborah Dee.

An online catalog was published on this exhibition.

Please find the Press Release here.

 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery - Opening Reception
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery - Opening Reception
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery - Opening Reception   Artist Minn Matsuda
with her work
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery - Opening Reception
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery - Opening Reception
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery - Opening Reception   Yan Kong,
Director of AAWAA
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery - Opening Reception
 
Leaps and Bounds - operaic singing performance during the opening reception   Deborah Dee during her singing performance Keiko Bjorkman
 
Leaps and Bounds - operaic singing performance during the opening reception   Singing performance of Keiko Bjorkman
 
Leaps and Bounds - operaic singing performance during the opening reception   Deborah Dee and Keiko Bjorkman at Phoenix Gallery
 
Leaps and Bounds - operaic singing performance during the opening reception
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery
 
"Leaps and Bounds" at Phoenix Gallery
 

This exhibition is made possible in cooperation with the Asian American Women Artists Alliance with public funds from the Funds for Creative Communities/New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization program, administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.