Currently on display

  • From the Stone Age to the Digital Age - Sculpture by Oleg Lobykin

    Feb 17, 2019 to Apr 27, 2019 Oleg Lobykin has roots in the craft of Old World stone carving, yet considers himself a sculptor and “an international man and product of globalization.” His recent sculptures in organic abstract shapes, sometimes highly shiny and brightly colored in fiberglass or earth tones and constructed of natural stone or bronze, express harmony between the natural and man-made worlds. Lobykin's intention is to bring attention to human disconnection and self-destructive activity toward the environment. It’s a reminder that we are here not to abuse nature, but to be a part of it. Read more
  • Overgrown - Fiber Sculpture by Heather Deyling

    Feb 17, 2019 to Apr 27, 2019 Heather Deyling is an artist and educator who creates colorful site-specific two-and three-dimensional installations which spill over into architectural space, creating contrast between the organic and the man-made. The prevalence of unnatural hues in her pieces invites the viewer to consider whether the colors originate from man or nature. Her intent is to create an immersive environment of mysterious mutations, temporarily altering their location. Her studio practice is driven by research and observation of natural forms, such as succulents, fungi and marine invertebrates. Read more
  • Mood & Movement - Large-scale Paintings by Suhas Bhujbal

    Feb 17, 2019 to Apr 27, 2019 Suhas Bhujbal captures abundant ambiance, mood and movement in his figurative paintings. Many of his giant pieces brim with people and color, pulling the viewer into vibrant imaginary settings; others are informed by his regular meditation practice, with an overwhelming peacefulness apparent in his canvases. Read more
  • Expanding Universe: Constructed Paintings by Howard Hersh

    Jan 27, 2019 to Apr 7, 2019 In Howard Hersh’s constructed paintings, on birch plywood panels affixed to unpainted basswood and poplar, he explores two complementary bodies of work, which he characterizes as “two means to an end.”  Hersh: “Dispositions of Structure (encaustic on panel) are paintings about structure: the fabric of the universe as we know it, from invisible forms of energy pulsing through every atom to visible natural phenomena. And beyond physical structures, these paintings tackle the societal, political and intellectual structures we all must navigate." Read more
  • Topography: Mixed-Media Works by Robin Mullery

    Jan 27, 2019 to Apr 7, 2019 Robin Mullery’s Topography series explores the arrangement of both natural and artificial landscapes, its irregularly cracked and troweled surfaces in earth-palette hues suggesting plains, plateaus, and fissures.  Her approximately ten large square mixed-media works on canvas are made from mortar, wire, mesh, paper and roofer’s cement applied to stretched canvas.  The pieces expose the framework-- basin and range, or latitude and longitude-- beneath, and underlying 'reality.'  Mullery’s plots of terrain are also beautiful metaphors of cracked and crumbling earth in potential movement-- a th Read more

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