Andrea Bonifacio (AndreaBonifacio)

Andrea Bonifacio (AndreaBonifacio)

Artist and illustrator creating original paintings, collages, and installations. Currently working on a series called Glossolalia, wherein speaking in tongues is part of the creative process. See my website for details.

Biography

Andrea Bonifacio is a painter, collage artist, and illustrator living and working in Astoria, NY. She has exhibited with various galleries in the New York City area, including the Henry deFord III Gallery in Long Island City, TOPAZ Arts Center, the Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery at Iona College, 80 Washington Square Galleries, and AIR. She has worked with various nonprofit organizations benefiting and promoting women in the arts, as well as groups striving for greater diversity of personal expression in arts for worship. Her most recent work includes a series called “Glossolalia,” named after the ancient Christian practice of speaking in tongues. Ms. Bonifacio has a BA from Carroll College in Helena, MT and has studied at the Art Students’ League and The New School in New York.

Exhibitions

Selected Exhibits (*solo exhibits)

2008
“Visual Prayer,” two-artist show scheduled for April 2008, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, NY

2007
Fall 2007 Brush and Nonmembers Exhibit, juried by Peter Trippi (Fine Art Connoisseur), The Pen and Brush, New York, NY
"Abstraction," Henry deFord III Gallery, Long Island City, NY
"Abstract Thinking," TOPAZ Arts, Inc., Woodside, NY
Spring Exhibition 2007, The Pen and Brush, New York, NY
“The Female Gaze” and "Waterworks 2007," curated by Sheila Kriemelman, Brother Kenneth Chapman Gallery, Iona College Arts Center, New Rochelle, NY

2006
Juried Brush and NonMembers Exhibit, the Pen and Brush, New York, NY
“Wish You Were Here,” AIR Gallery, New York, NY
Open Studios Small Works Show, Women’s Studio Center, Long Island City, NY
“Generations 5,” AIR Gallery, New York, NY
29th Annual Small Works Exhibition, juried by Jack Shainman, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, NY

2003-2005
“Teachers and Leaders,” Women’s Studio Center, Long Island City, NY
“The Comforter,” Installation at Park Slope United Methodist Church, Brooklyn, NY
“Collage Insights II,” NAWA and Guest Artists, New York, NY
“Artist as Alchemist,” Metro Artists Salon, hosted by Pfizer, Inc., New York, NY
“Vertical Peace,” LifeSpace, Long Island City, NY
Open Studios Exhibit, Women’s Studio Center, Long Island City, NY
“Art in the Arcade,” Kaufman Arcade/A Taste of Art Gallery, New York, NY
“Windows/Openings/Christ,” Installation at Park Slope United Methodist Church, Brooklyn, NY
“Writings on the Wall” two-artist show with Leandro Sanchez, A Taste of Art, Tribeca, NY
“Life Maps,” PSUMC, Brooklyn, NY

2001-2002
Open Studios, Women’s Studio Center, Long Island City, NY
“P.A.U.S.E 2002,” Poets & Artists at Union Seminary, New York, NY
“Glue Too,” Collage and Assemblage Society Members’ Show, New Century Artists, New York, NY
“Contemporary Collage Now,” sponsored by CAS, Nexus Gallery, New York, NY
WSC Members’ Show at La Vuelta, Long Island City Arts Frenzy, Long Island City, NY
“MASS Transit,” The Unbearables Arts Festival, Tribes Gallery, New York, NY
“Getting It Together,” The Times Square gallery, sponsored by CAS and Nexus Gallery New York, NY
CAS First Annual Member’s Exhibit, New Century Artists, New York, NY

1996-2000
“In the Hands of an Artist,” juried by Howardena Pindell, Wilmer-Jennings @ Kenkeleba Gallery, New York, NY
“Art For Kids' Sake,” Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY
“International Summer Salon,” Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York, NY
“Naked: The Natural State of Being,” Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York, NY
*“In My Spare Time,” Grey Dog's Coffee, New York, NY

Announcements

"VISUAL PRAYER"

Paintings by Andrea Bonifacio and photographs by Steven Williams

April 1 to June 13
Opening Reception: Friday, April 18, 6-9pm
Location: Redeemer church offices, 1359 Broadway, 4th Floor, NY, NY

Viewing by appointment during office hours (10-5, M-F). To make an appointment, write to arts@redeemer.com.
The exhibition will also be available for viewing before and after most events held at the Redeemer offices.

Publications

Christine Leahy, “Using Art Material that Still Costs $1.50,” Downtown Express, March 2003

Anne Babson, “Assembling Post 20th-Century Art,” Manhattan Arts International, Summer 2000

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