Rick Muto EMBRACING THE LANDSCAPE A collection of paintings from the past 20 years.
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 has been temporarily transformed from a white walls art gallery into a supremely fun, impossibly chic series if staged living and working spaces. A beloved local creative couple-painter St.Monci and Hannah Betts of design studio Lives Styled-have taken over the room, filling it with their art and carefully arranged furniture from Axom Objects [...]
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.
I’ve been thinking about place and process and where a friction might start between the two. I realized that this idea was akin to developing a system or a “catalog of effects.” I thought of that catalog as an “Atlas.” When I think of the term “Atlas,” mapping is the clear standard; however, I also think of timelines and choices.
The eccentric madcap Sally is partly autobiographical, representing a composite of English characters from Adam's childhood during WW II. Growing up outside of London with working class people; bawdy, blowzy and laughing together in the face of adversity and hardship, the various depictions of Sally are a theatrical narrative of Adam's experiential observations
View the available works from the exhibit “#imhereyourethere” by Jim DeLucia.
View the available works from the exhibit “Transmutations” by Carl Chiarenza.