Surviving Confinement: Video Sculpture
JoIntimate image theaters create
interplay between projected
animations, everyday objects,
and the resultant shadows to
frame stories about surviving
confinement. Individuals endure
the absurd by devising a
creative refuge for themselves.
Hand and Machine
Paintings that evoke the tension of the information age, the human/machine relationship. Computational lines both subvert and enhance the gestures of the hand in paintings that are at once mechanistically algorithmic and organically alive.
Sept. 30 - Oct. 25 , 2014
Explorations in Line and Form
Images are on paper often using mixed mediums – painting, ink, etching etc. All the work is abstract and many have a feel of landscape although pared down to the essentials of line and shape and color.
Pat Hill Cresson
Footprints of Birds Series & All Possibilities of Nature
A series of wood panels with oil and wax collage painting documenting imaginary footprints of birds. The prints and ink drawings explore unusual possibilities in nature and its forms.
October 28 – November 22, 2014
Presents the idea of the idealized landscape, the intimacy of the viewer and the environment, and how nature informs the basic concept of aesthetics.
Ohmi presents her recent investigation of ascending forms in tall and thin charcoal drawings on rice paper, as well as her signature free-standing clay sculptures.
November 25 – December 30, 2014
January 6 – 31, 2015
Photography Out and Out
Six contemporary women artists working in photography - Pauline Chernichaw, Ellen Denuto, Alice Jacob, Masayo Nishimura, Trix Rosen and Heidi Sussman - challenge society’s conventional perception of individual identity amid overlooked, temporary public and private surroundings.
What we print When we print about love
Six artists with diverse approaches to printmaking: Sherry Camhy, Anita Kunz, Pamela Roule Shields, Lauren Simken Berke, Karen Whitman, and curator Katherine Dolgy Ludwig. The artists explore love in all its iterations.
February 3 – 28, 2015
The First National Square Show and Silent Auction
All Works on paper Are 9” x 9” From Artists Around the country.
Silent Auction: February 5, 6-8pm
All Works From “square show” available For bidding.
March 3 – 28, 2015
In this collaborative show, sculptor Tania Kravath and painter Judith Greenwald are responding to Stanley Kunitz’s poem, The Layers. Kravath’s wood and gas fired ceramic sculptures and Greenwald’s sculptural combined media paintings depict the many lives and layers of lives we all experience as we enter our elder years.
March 31 – April 25, 2015
World in Transformation
Symbolically expressing the layers that map earth’s history is the foundation from which to ask questions about our changing planet. The art continues the exploration of climate change – another human-made problem contributing to a new extinction called by many: The Anthropocene.
New work in ceramics. The artist creates a family of distorted and truncated polygons with which she explores open and closed forms, lines and solids, and surface patterns.
April 28 – May 23, 2015
Maloff’s images emerge from the exploration of the nature of being. Elements suggesting the vastness of outer space visually dissolve into microscopic particles and cellular matter. In the infinite and the infinitesimal, she finds grounds
Mythology of Memor
Memory is an illusion, an ever-changing story we tell ourselves. My paintings are symbols of feelings connected to memories long forgotten or changed by the passage of time.