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  • Athena LaTocha, 2018

Athena LaTocha: After the Falls

2022-01-25T22:55:59+00:00

Athena LaTocha: After the Falls Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery October 9, 2021–January 23, 2022 Athena LaTocha is an Alaska-born artist whose work explores the relationship between natural landscapes and human-made environments. She is drawn not only to wilderness areas and national

Athena LaTocha: After the Falls2022-01-25T22:55:59+00:00
  • RYAN! Feddersen, Micro Spill

The First Water Is the Body

2022-01-25T22:56:51+00:00

The First Water Is the Body Main Gallery October 9, 2021–January 23, 2022 Curated by Maria Hupfield The First Water Is the Body takes its title from a poem by Natalie Diaz, published in her book, Postcolonial Love Poem, 2020. A visual

The First Water Is the Body2022-01-25T22:56:51+00:00

Wendy Robinson: My Kingdom of Animals

2021-09-17T15:49:56+00:00

Wendy Robinson: My Kingdom of Animals Ann’s Place Gallery June 26–September 13, 2021 Wendy Robinson, Watchdog, 2018, Mixed media sculpture. Artist’s Statement: “A collector at heart, over the years I have attended many flea markets and garage sales, amassing

Wendy Robinson: My Kingdom of Animals2021-09-17T15:49:56+00:00
  • The Meaning of Wings by Nancy Cohen

Nancy Cohen: Atlas of Impermanence

2021-09-27T17:53:34+00:00

Nancy Cohen: Atlas of Impermanence Main Gallery September 3 - September 26, 2021 Nancy Cohen: Atlas of Impermanence, on view in the Main Gallery, features large-scale drawings that resemble tapestries but are made from paper pulp and handmade paper.  From the artist’s

Nancy Cohen: Atlas of Impermanence2021-09-27T17:53:34+00:00
  • Katrina Bello in her studio.

Katrina Bello: Knowable Earth

2021-09-27T17:54:17+00:00

Katrina Bello: Knowable Earth Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery September 3 - September 26, 2021 On display in the Art Center’s Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery, Katrina Bello’s drawings and videos explore our complex relationship to the natural world. Knowable Earth includes

Katrina Bello: Knowable Earth2021-09-27T17:54:17+00:00
  • Gianakis posed in front of her work.

Trish Classe Gianakis: Elements of Emotion

2021-06-18T18:23:40+00:00

Trish Classe Gianakis: Elements of Emotion Ann’s Place Gallery April 17–June 13 The artist posed in front of her artwork. Artist’s Statement: As a cancer survivor, Classe Gianakis is driven to channel her emotions into digital art and sculptures.

Trish Classe Gianakis: Elements of Emotion2021-06-18T18:23:40+00:00
  • Stretching the Space by Irene Rousseau

Irene Rousseau: Stretching the Space

2021-06-18T18:22:27+00:00

Irene Rousseau: Stretching the Space Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II April 11–June 13 Irene Rousseau, Visual Symphony: Stretching the Space, 2021, Oil on canvas, pen, and ink Stretching the Space represents transition and change as an expression

Irene Rousseau: Stretching the Space2021-06-18T18:22:27+00:00
  • Blue Open by Janice Patrignani

Janice Patrignani: Inspired Resilience

2021-04-07T20:54:33+00:00

Janice Patrignani, Inspired Resilience Ann’s Place Gallery February 6–April 4 Janice Patrignani, Blue Open, 2018, Shibori/Indigo Dyed Cotton Fabric, Wood, Wire, WW II Parcel Post Parachute & Hardware, Wire, Thread. Janice Patrignani is a design professional, visual artist, and art

Janice Patrignani: Inspired Resilience2021-04-07T20:54:33+00:00
  • Bowery Street Lamp by Barbara Beeman

Barbara Beeman: Nature’s Mirror

2021-04-07T20:35:24+00:00

Barbara Beeman: Nature’s Mirror Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II February 6–April 4 Barbara Beeman, Bowery Street Lamp, 2020, Digital print. Barbara Beeman worked as a Supervisor of Social Work for Hudson County Social Services for 40 years

Barbara Beeman: Nature’s Mirror2021-04-07T20:35:24+00:00
  • Cakewalk (detail) by DARNstudio

(de)coding

2021-06-09T18:57:08+00:00

(de)coding Main Gallery February 6–April 25 A code is a system of signs or symbols used for communication. Often the information is disguised or hidden in some way, allowing only those who know the code to decipher

(de)coding2021-06-09T18:57:08+00:00
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