Contributor Update: A Whole New World Awaits You With Sarah Kriehn

Hey all, this week brings us a lil’ closer to home with the news that there will be an artist reception at our very own Herberger Theater Art Gallery, right here in Arizona. The show will be featuring the work of Sarah Kriehn, a past contributor to Superstition Review whose paintings were featured in the Art section of our 10th issue. Her work will be appearing alongside work by Kathy Taylor, and the reception is to be held Friday, April 7th, on the 2nd floor of the Herberger Art Theater Gallery, at 222 E Monroe, Phoenix, AZ, 85004, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Come through and marvel at the work these two wonderful artists have done, and when you’re done, drop us a line in the comments section below!

Go to this show!
The digital flier for Sarah Kriehn’s artist reception, held Friday, April 7th at Herberger Theater Art Gallery.


LA Artcore’s “Connections to the Natural World” ft. Sarah Kriehn, Monica Aissa Martinez, Carolyn Lavender, and Mary Shindell

Are you in LA this weekend and looking for something to do? We suggest checking out the last weekend of “Connections to the Natural World” exhibit at the LA Artcore Brewery Annex. This collection features the personal responses to nature through various media of seven unique artists, four of those artists being past SR Contributors. Sarah Kriehn, a printmaker, uses nature as a visual framework for intuitive play. Monica Aissa Martinez works to experience and understand nature through human anatomy in her intricately rendered paintings. Carolyn Lavender explores natural preservation while portraying the fake and the real of flora and fauna in detailed graphite drawings. Mary Shindell reframes nature’s geometry and reorganizes its special relationships in her large-scale installations.

This collection is only on view until January 30th during normal gallery hours (12-5 pm Thursday- Sunday). Be sure to admire these artists’ brilliant work in SR. Sarah’s paintings were featured in Issue 10, Monica’s drawings in Issue 9, Carolyn’s drawings in Issue 9, and Mary’s work in Issue 11.

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Upcoming Event: Color Color Color


Valley-based artists, Sarah Kriehn, Christopher Jagmin, and Kaori Takamura explore color in a group art exhibit showing latest printmaking works, encaustic paintings, and stitched silkscreen works. I invite you to join us to one of the receptions, and if you cannot attend, please come by during gallery hours. If you would like a private tour, please contact me (listed below).

January 31 – March 27, 2014
Gallery hours M-F 9am-4pm

(First Friday) – Feb 7, 2014
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
hors d’oeuvres and open to the public

(First Friday) – March 7, 2014
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
hors d’oeuvres and open to the public

Olney Gallery at
Trinity Cathedral Center for the Arts
100 W Roosevelt, Phoenix AZ 85003
(602) 254-7126

100 West Roosevelt St is located on the NW corner of Roosevelt Street and Central Avenue in downtown Phoenix

There is free, limited parking available in a parking structure located directly behind the Cathedral.  There is also street parking throughout the neighborhood.  Parking for those with disabilities is located on the East side of the building.  On Sundays, additional spaces for those with disabilities are available in the paved alley directly behind the Cathedral.


above: kandy coatted flavo. 24 x 12 inches. encaustic and oil on wood, 2013, christopher jagmin