Madelaine had a showing at Galerie Art' et Miss, 14, rue Sainte Anastase - 75003, PARIS from April 11 -25, 2009. The "Art of the Feminine - Twelve International Artists" gathered together a collection of works of women artists from all over the world. Madelaine's collection featured her work exploring changing forests and desertification as part of her ongoing global warming exploratory theme.
Madelaine exhibited at the Woman Painters of Washington exhibition Waters Alive! Thirty regional artists displayed work that honored the exhibition's theme, which focused on healthy water and habitat. The exhibition included pieces from Madelaine's current work-in-progress on Global Warming. To view more details of the exhibition go to Waters Alive Art Show
The University of New Hampshire gave a series
of lectures on Democracy starting in the Fall and going into their 2007/2008 year.
They used images from Madelaine's "Going to Vote" series for
their posters to advertise their lecture series. This painting series
was done to commemorate South Africa's first all-race election in April 1994
when Nelson Mandela was elected the first black president of South Africa.
The US Center for Disease Control has published training materials for patient and community education in South Africa. The materials focus on HIV testing and counseling, and how to conduct TB/IV surveillance. They are developing these materials for use in South Africa's North West province. If South Africa's National Department of Health is interested in replicating the training in other provinces, the Center for Disease Control would reprint them for other provinces in South Africa. The materials will include images from Madelaine's series on Life in South Africa.
* * *
Madelaine gave a talk and slide show in October 2007 at the WICE in Paris, France, on the subject of her Truth and Reconciliation project. The WICE is an Anglophone association providing cultural and educational programs and services for the international community in Paris. The presentation was very well received.
* * *
Madelaine is currently working on a series of artworks to visually portray aspects of Climate Change, specifically global warming. She will concentrate on impacts observed and experienced within the Arctic Circle and in this way be able to narrow this vast and complex topic as well as deal with factual, measured changes and real life experiences. Madelaine went
on a two week educational voyage to the Arctic in July 2006 in order to experience it first hand.
(See Trip Itinerary)
Melodie in Clay, The DuPen Figure Academy and Alliance Francaise de Seattle February 5, 2006 at the Town Hall. The multidisciplinary program included piano works and vocal music by French composers. The members of the DuPen Figure Academy displayed sculptures in Bronze, clay and paper relating to the figure and human spirit.
Selected works from the TRC series were on display at the Mercer Island District Courthouse from October 2005 - August 2007. (Madelaine's work was selected as featured artist for the year.)
Women Painters of Washington's 75th Anniversary show at the Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Bellingham, WA from May 22 - September 11, 2005.
Gallery Bohner in Mannheim, Germany from March 4 - August 31, 2005.
Women Painters of Washington Group Show at Arts
West Gallery, Seattle.
Exhibition at GrupoBatikArt Gallery, Barcelona, Spain, November 7-30th.
55th Frankfurt International Contemporary Art Fair, October 8-12. Represented by GrupoBatik Art, Barcelona, Spain.
Malaga Spain September 10-14, 2003 (represented by BB International Art, Caslano, Switzerland) and Salzburg, Austria, October 22-26, 2003 (represented by Gallery Boehmer, Mannheim, Germany.) Madelaine's most recent exhibitions included new, colorful still life paintings.
Portland, Oregon, April 3rd-26, 2003. The exhibition included include paintings from all four phases of the project on South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation process. A lecture was given after the opening reception on Thursday, April 3rd. Read more:
Visit the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center's Website at www.ifcc-arts.org
The Exhibit Book displays comments from Madelaine Georgette's 2004 exhibition at Seattle Pacific University.