AXOM GALLERY IS PLEASED TO PRESENT
A collaborative installation and exhibition featuring
Hannah Betts of Lives Styled & St. Monci
July 7 thru August 26, 2017
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
AXOM GALLERY & EXHIBITION SPACE
Open Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 6 pm; summer hours include Thursday evening till 8pm
and by appointment
Hanna Betts of Lives Styled & St. Monci
July 7, 2017 6pm – 9pm
*this event is free and open to the public
FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY NIGHTS
On the first Friday evening of each month Gallery Night
We will be open till 9pm
AXOM is Located in The Neighborhood of the Arts 176 Anderson Ave. (on the 2nd floor) Rochester NY 14607
(we are around the corner from Village Gate and down the block from Good Luck Restaurant).
From Goodman St. turn onto Anderson Ave (you will be driving east). Just before our building, there is a parking lot with a sign on the fence that says: Parking for AXOM Gallery.
Parking is also available along Anderson Ave and also on the residential side streets off of Anderson Ave.
Payne's work responds to 'this idea of how these man-made structures have, in our modern day, really been built to keep us in compartments and isolated. "Rose-Colored Glasses" reflects the concept of that veil that enables us to walk through it every day and still stay optimistic.
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”.