NARTCAN: On the Subject of Addiction NARTCAN is a group exhibition curated by Justin Chaize a Registered Nurse and a Nurse Practitioner Candidate in the graduate program of the University of Rochester. Mr. Chaize, has chosen to devote his career as a specialist in caring [...]
“CURIOUS CURIO, by digital artist Marcus Conge. In this series of work, Conge explores the new media of computer generated image making simultaneously with the exploration of his inner psyche, with the intention of revealing the struggles that life presents to all of us, [...]
AXOM Gallery welcomes photographer, Stephen S. Reardon, with his debut fine art exhibition- a selection of works from his ongoing personal project: “CONVERSATION WITH A STRANGER” In this body of work, Reardon confronts his own “Social Anxiety”. To do this Reardon says he needs two [...]
Paul Garland is a graduate of R.I.T.’s Fine Arts Dept. and is a Professor of Art Emeritus at SUNY Oswego. He has produced art continuously over his four decade career from his studios in Fair Haven NY, NYC and London.
This exhibit marks the first solo exhibition for Range in a commercial gallery. Range is best known as one of Rochester’s most loyal and original graffiti artists and a member of FUA Krew. His contributions to the graffiti scene have brought him recognition throughout the country
The curious patterning and myriad perspectives of urban space became the meeting place for my disparate painting influences — rock art, crazy quilts, Western Realism, Eastern landscape painting, many modernisms and other influences. I use a patchwork of freehand techniques and painting/drawing media to depict a felt environment that is equally about architecture and absence.
Isaac Payne joins us from North Carolina to share with us his dynamic works that explore philosophical and exesential questions around peoples relationship to our man-made urban environments. His compositions of unidentified figures and exposed architectural structures, devoid of the surrounding natural world, reflect an aspect of our contemporary human condition that relates to a sense of isolation in both interpersonal and environmental relationships.
Price’s work opens up a window to the complexities of the human condition against backdrops of abstracted painterly spaces that hint towards the recognizable. The open ended narratives of struggle, desire, isolation, fear, compassion, obsession, anticipation, searching, and longing are the autobiographical themes that she infuses into the anonymous figure that she calls the “Everyman”.
ONE NIGHT ONLY! January 15, 2016 A Multimedia Sound Art Experience. This event is free and open to the public. Doors Open at 7pm. Performances from 8-10pm
Some of the themes that arise in my paintings are: finding freedom in difficult circumstances; animal and human co-existence; and the experiences of work, desire, regret, and joy. Through imagination, playful creation of abstracted spaces, and color composition, I attempt to show an inner world that is mysterious and noble...as dreams and life often are.