The Spring 2016 Soho Salon Series!

Mendez SoHo, in collaboration with Soho Strut, is delighted to announce the Spring 2016 Salon Series, occasional gatherings of collectors, curators, artists, writers and art enthusiasts who meet and mingle in a informal setting to show their works of art, discuss their sources of inspiration, and share their perspectives on the development of their artistic endeavor, as well as their choice of subject matter and medium.  In addition to giving a talk followed by Q&A about their work, each featured artist will be available from 3-5PM for one-on-one interaction with Salon attendees.

There is no charge for admission, but prior reservations are required. RSVP here:

The guest of honor for the Sunday, March 13 Salon is Emily Fuller (, a well-known, widely shown landscape painter and multi-media collage artist who lives and works in New York City and upstate Duchess County, New York.

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The guest of honor for the Sunday, April 17 Salon is Sara Garden Armstrong (, a frequently commissioned installation artist, sculptor and print maker who maintains studios in New York City and her native Alabama.

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The guest of honor for the Sunday, May 15 Salon is Paul Carluccio (, an artist, playwright and filmmaker who uses the everyday sights, sounds and objects encountered in his native New York to inspire his paintings and recent sculptural adaptations.

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For further information, please e-mail Dianne Mendez at or leave a message at 212-334-4956.


About the Program Sponsors:

Mendez SoHo maintains a website and loft venue celebrating the creative legacy of Louis Mendez, artist, educator and bon vivant.  The Mendez SoHo Salon Series has been launched to feature selected artists and collectors who will lead lively and informative conversations focusing on their medium, technique, motivation and inspiration.   For further information, visit

Soho Strut provides a direct line for business owners in SoHo to talk to each other, work with each other, and ultimately strengthen their businesses. New York can sometimes feel big and impersonal, which is why as the city continues to expand and grow it’s critical that there are networks in place to help neighborhoods maintain their unique community feel.  For more information, visit