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STUDIO OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY MARCH 28, 2-6 PM (postponed due to Covid-19)

CRANE ARTS BUILDING

1400 N. AMERICAN STREET / STUDIO 410 / PHILADELPHIA

Visit Rutstein’s studio at the Crane Arts Building in South Kensington, Philadelphia, to talk with the artist and view new, large and small paintings and works on paper. Light Refreshments will be served. Works will be for sale.

RSVP HERE

PODCAST INTERVIEW WITH RADIO KISMET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this mini podcast, hear Christopher Plant interview Rutstein about her experiences at sea as an artist-in-residence, diving in a deep sea submersible and the making of the AT&T mural. Listen Here.

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON: ART EXHIBITION & VISITING ARTIST LECTURE

Salish Sea Series V, 18X18′ acrylic on canvas, 2019

 

JOURNEYS THROUGH WATER

Art Meets Science in the Salish Sea

APRIL 20– OCTOBER 20, 2020  (Postponed due to Covid-19)

University of Washington, School of Oceanography Ocean Sciences Building, Seattle, Washington

VISITING ARTIST LECTURE & RECEPTION: APRIL 20, 2020

Rutstein is invited as a visiting artist to University of Washington to give a lecture and participate in an exhibition showcasing the work created and inspired by a multi-disciplinary expedition at sea with The Ocean Memory Project off the coast of Washington & British Columbia in the Salish Sea.

Onboard the R/V Rachel Carson, members of the Ocean Memory Project engaged in research at the interface of art and science to begin to understand how the effects of environmental changes are recorded and expressed in ocean memories. Rutstein will be exhibiting works she created while on board the research vessel in addition to larger work created in her Philadelphia studio.

Exhibiting Artists:
Daniel Kohn
Rebecca Rutstein
Monique Verdin
Anya Yermakova

EXHIBITING WITH SCHMIDT OCEAN INSTITUTE IN SAN DIEGO

Pictured above: Rutstein Artist at Sea Painting Series. A selection will be on view at the San Diego Convention Center. For purchase inquires: bmayer@bmayerart.com

OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING

SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER

FEB 16-21, 2020
Rutstein is attending and exhibiting works she created at sea on the Falkor Research Vessel with Schmidt Ocean Institute at the San Diego Convention Center, in conjunction with the Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM).

OSM is the flagship conference for the ocean sciences and the larger ocean-connected community. With the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development beginning in 2021, this gathering of the scientific community will address raising public awareness of the truly global dimension of the ocean, environmental challenges, and set forth on a path towards a resilient planet.

RECENT ACQUISITIONS

 

GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART
YALE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured above: Custom Rutstein commission for Yale University with Bridgette Mayer Art Advisors.
For commission inquires : bmayer@bmayerart.com

AWARDED CITY OF PHILADELPHIA RESOLUTION

Convergence © 2019 City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program / Rebecca Rutstein, 27th and South Street. Photo by Steve Weinik.

Convergence © 2019 City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program / Rebecca Rutstein, 27th and South Street. Photo by Steve Weinik.

At the October 29th dedication of the AT&T Mural, Philadelphia City Council awarded Rutstein a “City of Philadelphia Resolution Recognizing and Honoring her for her Dedicated Service through Art to the City of Philadelphia” on behalf of her new mural on the AT&T building in Philadelphia.

STUDIO OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY MARCH 28, 2-6 PM (postponed due to Covid-19)

CRANE ARTS BUILDING

1400 N. AMERICAN STREET / STUDIO 410 / PHILADELPHIA

Visit Rutstein’s studio at the Crane Arts Building in South Kensington, Philadelphia, to talk with the artist and view new, large and small paintings and works on paper. Light Refreshments will be served. Works will be for sale.

RSVP HERE

PODCAST INTERVIEW WITH RADIO KISMET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this mini podcast, hear Christopher Plant interview Rutstein about her experiences at sea as an artist-in-residence, diving in a deep sea submersible and the making of the AT&T mural. Listen Here.

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON: ART EXHIBITION & VISITING ARTIST LECTURE

Salish Sea Series V, 18X18′ acrylic on canvas, 2019

 

JOURNEYS THROUGH WATER

Art Meets Science in the Salish Sea

APRIL 20– OCTOBER 20, 2020  (Postponed due to Covid-19)

University of Washington, School of Oceanography Ocean Sciences Building, Seattle, Washington

VISITING ARTIST LECTURE & RECEPTION: APRIL 20, 2020

Rutstein is invited as a visiting artist to University of Washington to give a lecture and participate in an exhibition showcasing the work created and inspired by a multi-disciplinary expedition at sea with The Ocean Memory Project off the coast of Washington & British Columbia in the Salish Sea.

Onboard the R/V Rachel Carson, members of the Ocean Memory Project engaged in research at the interface of art and science to begin to understand how the effects of environmental changes are recorded and expressed in ocean memories. Rutstein will be exhibiting works she created while on board the research vessel in addition to larger work created in her Philadelphia studio.

Exhibiting Artists:
Daniel Kohn
Rebecca Rutstein
Monique Verdin
Anya Yermakova

EXHIBITING WITH SCHMIDT OCEAN INSTITUTE IN SAN DIEGO

Pictured above: Rutstein Artist at Sea Painting Series. A selection will be on view at the San Diego Convention Center. For purchase inquires: bmayer@bmayerart.com

OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING

SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER

FEB 16-21, 2020
Rutstein is attending and exhibiting works she created at sea on the Falkor Research Vessel with Schmidt Ocean Institute at the San Diego Convention Center, in conjunction with the Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM).

OSM is the flagship conference for the ocean sciences and the larger ocean-connected community. With the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development beginning in 2021, this gathering of the scientific community will address raising public awareness of the truly global dimension of the ocean, environmental challenges, and set forth on a path towards a resilient planet.

RECENT ACQUISITIONS

 

GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART
YALE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured above: Custom Rutstein commission for Yale University with Bridgette Mayer Art Advisors.
For commission inquires : bmayer@bmayerart.com

AWARDED CITY OF PHILADELPHIA RESOLUTION

Convergence © 2019 City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program / Rebecca Rutstein, 27th and South Street. Photo by Steve Weinik.

Convergence © 2019 City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program / Rebecca Rutstein, 27th and South Street. Photo by Steve Weinik.

At the October 29th dedication of the AT&T Mural, Philadelphia City Council awarded Rutstein a “City of Philadelphia Resolution Recognizing and Honoring her for her Dedicated Service through Art to the City of Philadelphia” on behalf of her new mural on the AT&T building in Philadelphia.

STUDIO OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY MARCH 28, 2-6 PM (postponed due to Covid-19)

CRANE ARTS BUILDING

1400 N. AMERICAN STREET / STUDIO 410 / PHILADELPHIA

Visit Rutstein’s studio at the Crane Arts Building in South Kensington, Philadelphia, to talk with the artist and view new, large and small paintings and works on paper. Light Refreshments will be served. Works will be for sale.

RSVP HERE

PODCAST INTERVIEW WITH RADIO KISMET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this mini podcast, hear Christopher Plant interview Rutstein about her experiences at sea as an artist-in-residence, diving in a deep sea submersible and the making of the AT&T mural. Listen Here.

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON: ART EXHIBITION & VISITING ARTIST LECTURE

Salish Sea Series V, 18X18′ acrylic on canvas, 2019

 

JOURNEYS THROUGH WATER

Art Meets Science in the Salish Sea

APRIL 20– OCTOBER 20, 2020  (Postponed due to Covid-19)

University of Washington, School of Oceanography Ocean Sciences Building, Seattle, Washington

VISITING ARTIST LECTURE & RECEPTION: APRIL 20, 2020

Rutstein is invited as a visiting artist to University of Washington to give a lecture and participate in an exhibition showcasing the work created and inspired by a multi-disciplinary expedition at sea with The Ocean Memory Project off the coast of Washington & British Columbia in the Salish Sea.

Onboard the R/V Rachel Carson, members of the Ocean Memory Project engaged in research at the interface of art and science to begin to understand how the effects of environmental changes are recorded and expressed in ocean memories. Rutstein will be exhibiting works she created while on board the research vessel in addition to larger work created in her Philadelphia studio.

Exhibiting Artists:
Daniel Kohn
Rebecca Rutstein
Monique Verdin
Anya Yermakova

EXHIBITING WITH SCHMIDT OCEAN INSTITUTE IN SAN DIEGO

Pictured above: Rutstein Artist at Sea Painting Series. A selection will be on view at the San Diego Convention Center. For purchase inquires: bmayer@bmayerart.com

OCEAN SCIENCES MEETING

SAN DIEGO CONVENTION CENTER

FEB 16-21, 2020
Rutstein is attending and exhibiting works she created at sea on the Falkor Research Vessel with Schmidt Ocean Institute at the San Diego Convention Center, in conjunction with the Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM).

OSM is the flagship conference for the ocean sciences and the larger ocean-connected community. With the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development beginning in 2021, this gathering of the scientific community will address raising public awareness of the truly global dimension of the ocean, environmental challenges, and set forth on a path towards a resilient planet.

RECENT ACQUISITIONS

 

GEORGIA MUSEUM OF ART
YALE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictured above: Custom Rutstein commission for Yale University with Bridgette Mayer Art Advisors.
For commission inquires : bmayer@bmayerart.com

AWARDED CITY OF PHILADELPHIA RESOLUTION

Convergence © 2019 City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program / Rebecca Rutstein, 27th and South Street. Photo by Steve Weinik.

Convergence © 2019 City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program / Rebecca Rutstein, 27th and South Street. Photo by Steve Weinik.

At the October 29th dedication of the AT&T Mural, Philadelphia City Council awarded Rutstein a “City of Philadelphia Resolution Recognizing and Honoring her for her Dedicated Service through Art to the City of Philadelphia” on behalf of her new mural on the AT&T building in Philadelphia.