Monthly Archives: August 2008

Sean Greene: Calligraphs

Artist’s Statement- Sean Greene “My paintings are rooted in the study of color. Color intervals are calibrated to provoke the fleeting sensations of light animating a space. Forms are developed to support this intention. Bands of color become paths—traces of … Continue reading

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Petula Bloomfield: Laced

Artist’s Statement- Petula Bloomfield “Shadowy, faceless, androgynous forms emerge from densely layered surfaces upon which the kinetic energy of emotions is superimposed. Questioning the concept of identity, I explore the relationship between physical and emotional identity. In these paintings, I … Continue reading

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Stephen Foley: In a Glass House

Artist’s Statement- Stephen Foley Born in 1972, I was raised in Central New York State. I studied sculpture at Syracuse University and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Fine Art degree in ceramics. I live in the small town of Sunderland, … Continue reading

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In Our Bodies

In Our Bodies: Expressions of Body and Self features the results of a workshop organized by Stacey Mimnaugh to provide students an opportunity to express their thoughts about body image. Stacey Mimnaugh, of the Women’s Health Project, in collaboration with … Continue reading

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