Cimarron National Works on Paper Exhibition
Gardiner Gallery of Art at the Bartlett Center
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078-4085
August 16 – September 17, 2021
University of South Dakota
414 East Clark Street
Vermillion, SD 57069 USA
August 23, 2021 - January 3, 2022
6/27/19: The Daily Nutmeg
Written and photographed by Kathy Leonard Czepiel
5/27/2019: Hartford Courant
Art on the Streets Returns to Hartford
Article & photo by Susan Dunne
5/24/2019: Mahopac News
Traveling ‘Book Arts’ Exhibit Comes to Mahopac
Article by Bob Dumas
Off the page: Silvermine Arts Center showcases paper in art
Article & interview by Keith Loria
9/7/2015: Hartford Courant
In Memoriam Abstract Art Show at Artspace
Interview & article by Susan Dunne
4/14: Hartford Courant
Art Galleries in Spiritual Settings
article by Susan Dunne
10/13: Arts Paper (New Haven CT)
"City Wide Open Studio"
Front page image, "Editorial Tapestry" by A. Balkun
9/5/13: Windsor Reminder News
"Windsor Art Center Hosts Graffiti Demo", pgs 1-2
Interview and article by Lisa Stone.
8/29/13: Connecticut Magazine
Interview and article by Patricia Grandjean on "Abstract Recycling" exhibit:
7/21/13: Hartford Courant Sunday arts section p.3
Interview and article by Susan Dunne on "The Streets in Talkin' " exhibit.
7/19/13 Hartford Courant Online at:
4/11/13: Jerry's Artarama events:
4/11/13: 'Sanctuary' at Pearl Street Galllery
Interview and article by Susan Dunne, Hartford Courant, CAL p.17
4/8/13: at Courant.com
4/5/13: Conn. Art Scene - blog
4/4/13: Youtube video by the Greater Htfd Arts Council
Dive into the mind of local artist Anita Gangi Balkun as she describes "Sanctuary," a mixed-media installation exhibit in our 100 Pearl Street Gallery.
4/1/13: ck out CTArtList - blog:
5/2011: July/Aug. edition, Art New England, Art Scene p. 88
Photo from the "Women's Work" Opening of all the participating artists.
1/2011: entry from Windsor Art Center website:
May 14-June 25
Women’s Work is a compilation of art work by 11 women artists working a variety of media. In some cases the art represents the work women have done throughout history and in other cases it is simply women’s work. The artists are a diverse group from as far away as California, Martha’s Vineyard, Boston, North Adams and various communities throughout Connecticut. We invite you to view their work and find whatever message you derive from that exploration.
Exhibiting artists: Adele Schonbrun, Sandy Abrams, Joyce Agri Colvario, Lorraine Agri, Anita Gangi Balkun, Debi Pendell, Chatsani Elaine Dean, Joy Floyd, Rachel Siporin, Harriet Caldwell, Valerie Culbertson.
10/2010: show posting on the Conn. Art Scene blog
by wrtiter Hank Hoffman