In this exhibit Cass follows her calling exploring new curiosities through various states of development and preservation. On display are fantastical works in hot-sculpted glass and metal that explore themes of discovery, perception and wonder.
Robin Cass earned her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from Alfred University. An educator as well as an artist, she been faculty in the Glass Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology since 1998, and is currently serving Associate [...]
Belinda Bryce was born in Houston, Texas and as a child lived in California, Germany, Connecticut, Toledo, Buffalo and Rochester, NY. As an adult, she lived in Ithaca, Boston, Atlanta, Columbus, and Memphis. She has spent the majority of her life in Rochester but can [...]
"I am interested in the visual juxtaposition of the intuitive and the analytic. My images refer to an inward landscape that suggests interior states and spirituality....
‘Universal Magnetic’ an exhibition of new works by Rochester, NY artist St. Monci. Monci continues his exploration of color and form, how it relates to itself and to the viewer. Color relationships are emphasized by the curation of the gallery by the artist, focusing on the push/pull phenomenon of magnetism - a force observed through all objects in space.
CV EDUCATION 2006 - MA - studio art - SUNY oswego - oswego.ny 2005 - BFA - studio art - SUNY oswego - oswego.ny SELECT EXHIBITIONS solo & 2 person 2014 - core collapse - 2 person collaborative exhibition w/ justyn iannucci - the little [...]
So the artist is an alchemist, spinning the mundane into gold. But there is also a constant shift going on between the work and its various viewers, who have an unconscious or realized power to transform what stands before them.
Through experimentation and intuitive invention ‘Object Alchemy’ consists of objects that initially were made for other intended purposes altered to carry new meaning and associations, enhanced by the witty play on words naming the titles.
The primary idea informing and shaping these assemblage sculptures is what I call, the alchemy of objects. I have crafted them from a disparate collection of found objects, transforming the “ready-made” into the “handmade.”
Pat’s professional work began back in the early 1980s when she turned to fiber as a medium of choice. Her early showing at Quilt National 1983 cemented her love of working in contemporary and untraditional surface design. Her pieces have been seen in Paducah, Quilts=Art=Quilts exhibitions, and numerous juried shows including the 1983, 2009 and 2011 Quilt National