"#WomenNow" Artist Talk

For those who could not attend, here is a clip of me speaking at the Artist Talk at AHA Gallery on March 30th, 2024

In Studio: Arlene Rush

Independent curator and art writer Michele Jaslow of Radar Curatorial visits Arlene Rush in her studio.

"When I visited her Chelsea studio it was filled with a wide array of work... her sense of scale is based on the human body there is an immediate and visceral connection to the work."


Framing The Female Gaze

Sarah Alvira interviews Arlene Rush in her studio coinciding with Framing the Female Gaze at Lehman College Gallery.

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AHA fine arts

SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2023


AHA fine art is pleased to participate in the SPRING/BREAK art fair, a two-person installation featuring NYC-based artists Arlene Rush and Caroline Voagen Nelson.

"After the Gold Rush", an inventive, and immersive installation offering an analysis of the plutocracies' excessive tendencies, while also inviting viewers to reflect on their own relationship with consumption and its impact on their immediate lives as well as on the world at large. 

Curated by Francesca Arcilesi & Norma Homberg

Arcade Project

New Faces and Voices at SPRING/BREAK 2023


Infinity, 2002, Duraclear print on plexi, 40" h x 50" w x ⅜" d

I have been published in the 9/11 Memorial & Museum Artist Registry 

The Artists Registry of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum is an online database and digital gallery of artistic work created in response to the events of September 11.


International Gallerie Magazine

I have been featured in International Gallerie Magazine: Vol. 22, No. 2 • IDENTITY - To Be Or Not To Be, 2019-2020.


Not Forever receives the Carole Eisner Award for Sculpture 

Check out the archive of the show A-ONE at Silvermine Galleries

70th A-ONE is a national competition/exhibition highlighting the diversity of work that is currently being made by established and emerging artists.

Juried by Barbara O’Brien, Independent curator and critic 

Not Forever, 2020, Resin, plastic, mirror, epoxy, ink, and crystals, 82” h x 23” w x 13” d