Pamela Winegard’s work, previously on view in Pease Gallery, was featured on the Knight Arts Blog. Writer Katie Culclasure explores the intricacies, layers, and references in Pamela’s work beautifully.
Pamela’s encaustics and paintings were on view in a two person show with Betsy Birkner in the early spring show, titled “Artifice.”
Read it here.
Click through the gallery below to see images of work on view in the 2014 Student Show in Ross Gallery.
When photographer Chris Record was taking these pictures, he captured a view of a visit by CPCC President Dr. Tony Zeiss and his Executive Assistant, Susan Oleson-Briggs. You may also spot painting instructor Carolyn Jacobs, who taught many of the talent students whose work was accepted in the show.
Please join us for an opening reception and awards ceremony on April 10 from 5-7 p.m.
We are very excited to announce the Annual Juried Student Show is now open in Ross Gallery! This year’s show includes 76 works of art by 50 CPCC Students created over the past year, with media ranging from paintings to ceramics to metal sculpture and more.
All submitted work is available for viewing through an online gallery under the tab “2014 Student Show” in the above menu. There you will have access to:
Join us for an opening reception and Awards Ceremony during Sensoria on Thursday, April 10 from 5-7 p.m.
Over the past week paintings by Kirsten Tradowsky have been soaring over the US en route to Pease Gallery for the show “Past Perfect,” which opened yesterday (3/17).
Installing this show was a real challenge because every piece was so complex, layered, and dense with color and painting technique. Our hope was to lay out the show in a way that the paintings would complement each other while not competing for attention.
In her artist statement for this show, Tradowsky tells how in each of these paintings she recreates images she finds in the “for sale” section of craigslist, complete with odd angles, cropping, and distorted perspective. Because of this thematic component, we chose to hang the show as if the objects were arranged at a yard sale, with both surprising and obvious groupings: while there is a section of cars placed in a row, there is another section with a life jacket, gun collection, and accordion. Like a trip through a thrift shop, this exhibition is a voyage of unexpected discovery, in which the conversations between pieces are as interesting as the pieces themselves.
Below you’ll find an image gallery of Grace, Heather, and Isaac installing the show. Check back for photos of the fully installed show soon.
We are thrilled to welcome Kirsten Tradowsky to Pease Gallery this spring for our Sensoria Programming. Ms. Tradowsky is a painter living and working in San Francisco, CA.
She paints objects she finds in the “for sale” section of Craigslist, capturing the quality of the seller’s photographic presentation in all its awkwardness, overexposure and strange angles. Using loose brushstrokes, she sympathetically renders these unwanted items in both rich and faded hues, delicately revealing the imperfections of time. Her artwork seeks to bring quality and validation to these objects and to painting itself.
Join us for an artist lecture followed by an opening reception in the gallery on April 9th at 2 p.m.
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Kirsten Tradowsky, Shredded Rose Arm Chair
Kirsten Tradowsky, Extra Life Jacket
Kirsten Tradowsky, Clamoring Chandelier