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Cynthia von Buhler: Show & Tell Solo Exhibit at The Staten Island Museum, New York City

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Show & Tell Painting: Cynthia von Buhler (Click on the image for a 300 DPI jpeg download for press reproduction. Drag the larger image to your desktop to download. Image copywrite: Cynthia von Buhler, 2007)
For Immediate Release
Contact: Kamillah Hanks
Coordinator – Special Projects
Staten Island Museum
75 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island, NY 10301
Voice: (718) 727-1135 ext. 117
Fax: (718) 273-5683
Email: khanks@statenislandmuseum.org
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Purify Painting: Cynthia von Buhler (Click on the image for a 300 DPI jpeg download for press reproduction. Drag the larger image to your desktop to download. Image copywrite: Cynthia von Buhler, 2007)
(Staten Island, New York – March 2007) – On Friday, April 27, the Staten Island Museum will unveil Cynthia von Buhler: Show & Tell. The exhibit will run from April 26, 2007 – September 23, 2007 (Extended due to popular demand). The surreal three-dimensional works blend Renaissance inspired portraiture and messianic fig…

The Cat Who Wouldn’t Come Inside: Based on a True Story Image Downloads (Scroll down for the press release)

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The Cat Who Wouldn't Come Inside by Cynthia von Buhler (Click on the image for a 300 DPI jpeg download for press reproduction. Drag the larger image to your desktop to download. Image copywrite: Cynthia von Buhler, 2007)
The Cat Who Wouldn't Come Inside by Cynthia von Buhler (Click on the image for a 300 DPI jpeg download for press reproduction. Drag the larger image to your desktop to download. Image copywrite: Cynthia von Buhler, 2007)
The Cat Who Wouldn't Come Inside by Cynthia von Buhler (Click on the image for a 300 DPI jpeg download for press reproduction. Drag the larger image to your desktop to download. Image copywrite: Cynthia von Buhler, 2007)
The Cat Who Wouldn't Come Inside by Cynthia von Buhler (Click on the image for a 300 DPI jpeg download for press reproduction. Drag the larger image to your desktop to download. Image copywrite: Cynthia von Buhler, 2007)
Author self-portrait doll, The Cat Who Wouldn't Come Inside by Cynthia von Buhler (Click on the ima…

Andy Warhol: In His Wake

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RETURN TO THE CARROZZINI VON BUHLER GALLERY PAGECollage of art from Warhol: In His Wake by Cynthia von Buhler
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 26, 2007

"I'd like to be reincarnated as a diamond on Elizabeth Taylor's finger."
- Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol: In His Wake

To be on view from February 22, 2007 – April 12, 2007 (EXTENDED DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND)

Closing reception: Thursday, April 12, 2007, 6-10PM; Readings 6PM - 7:30PM

NEW YORK, NY — On the twenty-year anniversary of Warhol’s death, The Carrozzini von Buhler Gallery presents Andy Warhol: In His Wake, a group exhibition of works by four well-known celebrity artists from Warhol's Factory: Ultra Violet, Taylor Mead, Billy Name, and Ivy Nicholson. Also featured will be Anton Perich, William John Kennedy, and Steve Joester, three artists who documented Warhol, as well as seven artists who have been influenced by him including: Amy Cohen Banker, Cynthia von Buhler, Pamela Martin, William Tisdale, Molly Weingart, and Gary A…

The Cat Who Wouldn’t Come Inside: Based on a True Story

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September 10, 2006
For Immediate Release
Contact: Karen Walsh, 617-351-3647, Houghton Mifflin, karen_walsh@hmco.com

The Cat Who Wouldn’t Come Inside: Based on a True Story
Written and illustrated by Cynthia von Buhler

On a cold winter day a cat appears on the porch of an old Victorian house. The girl who lives there feels sorry for the snow-covered creature and gives him warm milk. The next day she gives him tuna, and the next day a catnip mouse, and so on and so on, until eventually the porch is as cozy as the house. One day, much to her surprise, the cat finally answers her invitation inside with an invitation to her. The “house-that-Jack-built” structure and repetition of this story will appeal to young readers, who will also delight in following the construction of the cat’s new home. This tale of friendship and trust, of patience and love, is based on a true story. While living in Boston, in a large purple Victorian house, von Buhler befriended a stray cat, whom she named Olympus afte…