Monthly Archives: August 2017

JUDY WASYLESHKO: GOING, GOING, GONE

September 1 - September 16, 2017 Judy Wasyleshko is a multi-media artist, working in primarily in photography. Her artwork is unique and often includes old cars, garbage and human remains of all sorts. Her artwork gives grace to the discarded, forgotten and neglected by recording with photography, evidence of their existence as well as ours. Many...
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PRIDE 2017: SPECTRUM

August 12 – August 26, 2017 Artists have been charged to submit works that respond to one of the most recognizable and enduring symbols of Pride culture—the Pride Flag, as designed by Gilbert Baker. Eight works were selected by artists Moozhan Ahmadzadegan, Susan Bizecki, Timothy Bauer, Kirsten Hatfield,, Shannon Lester, Jaclyn Locking, Alex Ross and Annie Zalezsak….

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TIA HALLIDAY – IF EYES HAD FEET: THE KINESTHETIC PICTORIAL

August 18 - September 30, 2017 Tia Halliday uses performance, photography and dance as a way of physically negotiating paradigms of painterly abstraction. Her performances, or performed paintings, are a mode of generative research; to analyze, create and pose questions about the body’s relationship to painting and sculpture. If Eyes had Feet: The Kinesthetic Pictorial...
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