Jones’ art employs media from various venues including: embossment, painting, encaustic and collage. She works mostly on handmade and French paper. Although abstract in essence her art has a landscape quality.
Ito exhibits color lithographs as a visual journal. Her prints represent the small pleasure of daily life. The images range from landscapes to the objects which surround us.
October 2 – October 27, 2012
Integration of Art & Architecture 101: Life, Paintings and ArtDoors(TM)
The exhibition consists of three discrete sets of related work by Griffin as well as the monumental ArtDoors™, the artist’s groundbreaking new painted door series for residential or commercial use in this first solo exhibition by Sargam Griffin at Ceres.
Minor Surgery revisits the physical and emotional trauma from a broken neck sustained in a horseback riding accident. These works on paper incorporate original pencil drawings with post-operative neck X-rays, creating a juxtaposition of the biomorphic yet mechanical nature of the human spine and the foreign hardware that ultimately hold Conklin’s neck together.
October 30 – November 24, 2012
The torrent of flesh and implied flesh explode figuratively and visually in Neri’s new paintings.
The drama unfolds rich in surface, texture, color, and symbolism.
Sculpture: Make to Scale
Tools, pipes, toys and hair are visual resources for Wilkinson’s new stoneware constructions. The artist measures, compresses and simplifies each work into a model which could be made at any scale from pocket-size to public art.
November 27, 2012 – January 3, 2013
January 8 – February 2, 2013
Tania Kravath/Judith Greenwald
This collaborative show was sparked by the spirit of a poem and is expressed through wood fired ceramic sculpture and combined media paintings. It is the result of a dialogue between the artists and between each artist and her materials.
Ceres Member Group Show
Meet my Uterus
A response to the War on Women currently being waged by federal, state and local governments: Who would have envisioned the need to fight for contraception in 2012! Our reproductive rights are being eroded. Based on government interference with women’s healthcare decisions, we feel the need to express as artists our concern
February 5 – March 2, 2013
Oil Paintings & Digital
Shapiro continues her exploration of the consequences of climate change on land and sea.
Garden Poetry: The Movable Collographs of Pat Cresson
The exhibit of oil prints on rag paper will present a new lyrical series of boldly colored nature-based collographs and handmade books. In the movable collograph technique, the movable aspect allows for multiple variations and each piece can be inked individually and the movable parts can be repositioned. Prints are created by adding collage items, cut out stencils, relief materials, and printable textures to the surface of the plate.
March 5 – March 30, 2013
Hildebrand-Mills’ solo show features 100 intense and lively works. Hildebrand-Mills’ alchemy of “the times” (endlessly doled out in a frightening haze of doom and gloom) transforms this hopeless delivery into images hanging above land, sea and air, in lovely, sometimes comical, desirable escapes. We are adrift, but not trapped. .
To See it My Way
Kiki Kaye’s work is a fusion of artistic styles and mediums. The works are a deliberate mix of high and low references, absorbing and reworking such diverse sources as abstract expressionism, futurism, ready-mades and surrealism. The multiple sources are assimilated into a visual language of paintings, assemblages and sculptures that address the relationship between man and technology. With a sense of whimsy and optimism Kaye combines the 'ready-made' electrical circuit boards, fragmented, cast body parts and abstract and neo-expressionist paintings together to create work that embraces technology and our future.
Her work has been included in numerous publications including International Contemporary Masters of 2009, the Artist Advocate where she was selected for the cover of the winter edition 2009 and most recently in the online magazine Fine Art Reviews. Kaye has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her selected solo and group exhibitions include Chianciano Art Museum, Chianciano, Italy (2012), Galleria Dante, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (2011/2012), Quadro Galleria, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (2009), Gallery Casa Rombo, Guadalajara, Mexico (2008), the Cultural Center, Ajijic, Mexico (2008), Galleria Rocher, France (1992) and ; L’exposition International de Genes in Switzerland ( 1992 - where she was awarded the blue ribbon). Her work is currently shown at the following galleries:
Xanadu Gallery, Scottsdale Arizona
Hay Hill Gallery on Cork Street in London.
Ceres Gallery, New York , NY.
April 2 – April 27, 2013
An exhibition of works from the past and the present
perhaps portending the future. These acrylic, figurative, expressionist paintings, like time itself, have evolved but necessarily in a straight line.
Osher’s mixed-media artwork on canvas celebrates a broad spectrum of textures and colors that stimulate her personal vision. She hopes that viewers will feel tactile and sensory connections to their own experiences.
April 30 – May 25, 2013
Venus Comes of Age
Grabel’s cast paper sculptures, collagraph prints and collages explore the reality of the older woman’s
body. Through repetition, humor and classical references, she challenges the conventional biases about the aging female body and validates women’s experiences of themselves.
Spontaneous Generation II
The continuation of an exploration of the nature and future of life. Wall sculptures made with mixed materials and photographs.