September 8 – October 3, 2015
This German-born, American visual artist's solo exhibition spotlights her ongoing exploration of socio-cultural themes related to identity, human relationships and class structure within the communal context of public and private spaces.
Carlyle Chaudruc Upson
This series of watercolors focuses on the humble desert dung beetle. These vividly hued beetles thrive and reproduce in harsh conditions and represent the persistence of life when faced with adversity..
October 6 - 31 2015
Elizabeth R. Weiner-Cohen
This show presents aspects of the artist's doll culture including entertainment, amusements and games. Mixed media paintings, photos and sculpture combine to make up these doll "artifacts."
The imagery of these tex¬tured encaustic paintings re¬minds one of sand, tide lines, shells, and the random stuff of beach walks. Some suggest calm, delicacy and flow, while others explode with vibrant radiating energy.
November 3 - 28, 2015
The artist explores images of water and reflec¬tions, applying layers of dots and circular patterns to cap¬ture the mystery and wonder of nature.
Focusing on family myths, stories, and traditions, the artist recasts and reimagines her foremothers through words, gesture, and image.
December 1 – 29, 2015
January 5 – January 30, 2016
Women's Caucus for Art, New York Chapter
Women Gazing Inward
All women have stories to tell. Female perspectives are often attuned to social and cultural influences. The work in this exhibition asks the questions, "to what extent is our perception informed by gender?" and "can the concept of 'inwardness' relate to our ancestry as women?"
The artist, accomplished in many mediums, exhibits a large collage and a limited number of small ones concerning the themes she is currently involved with. Two sculptures are also included in this exhibition.
February 2 – 27, 2016
American Society of Contemporary Artists
Established in 1917 as The Brooklyn Society of Artists, ASCA continues to be a vibrant and thriving organization of men and women artists exhibiting together. Ceres is proud to have them mount this excellent exhibition in our gallery space.
March 1 – 26, 2016
The Way Forward
New prints, collages and sculptures echoing the universal call of Native American prophesies for people of all colors, classes and creeds to join together “to build a Rainbow Bridge into the Golden Age.
New York Revealed
A Maryland artist and frequent traveler to New York adds an outsider’s perspective as she explores Manhattan’s vibrant diversity. Osher presents colorful mixed media paintings about food, culture, industry and some lesser-known landmarks.
March 29 – April 23, 2016
4 Walls/4 Decades
While emphasizing the artist and her process, this exhibition of sculpture and works on paper highlights and examines 40 years of Regina's artistic career.
A Moment in Time
Photography is a magical and spiritual experience. These photographs capture the essence and spirit of a place. Using this light sensitive medium, the artist captures a moment in time and the illusive quality of light.
April 26 – May 21, 2016
Hollis Hildebrand- Mills
The artist recalls the clothing she was wearing in past events in her life. She then creates paintings and drawings representing these memories.
My Old New-Town
About 50 years have passed since the "New Town" were constructed throughout Japan.The town populations now have a high proportion of senior citizens and a number of vacant houses are rising. After her both parents passed, Nishimura started documenting the "New Town" - her home town.
May 24 – June 18, 2016
12th National Juried Exhibition
June 21– July 16, 2016
Ceres Member Group Show
Ceres’ annual group exhibition of selected members
July 19– August 13, 2016
22nd Friends’ Exhibition
August 16 - Closed