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Past Exhibits

Caitlin Masley: other mental landscapes
Thursday, Feb. 6 – Saturday, March 22, 2014

Brooklyn-based artist Caitlin Masley creates sculpture, drawings, installations and photography that capture the spaces and places she sees as "monuments to failure," symbolic of things we create or build and then desert or destroy.

Photo Gallery of Exhibit in Teaching Gallery

Work by Caitlin Masley
Verso: Symmetric Tectonics^2 (ode to patch dynamics), 2013, Site-specific installation at The James Gallery
Pigment acrylics, spray paint, and whiteout with hand cut foam-core Dimensions variable

Field Elevations: Works by Ed Osborn
Thursday, Oct. 24 – Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013

Finnish-born installation artist Ed Osborn, originally trained as a composer in traditional music, moved into art in the early 1990s and produced a body work in many forms of electronic media. In "Field Elevations," Osborn uses low-tech gadgetry to create sculptures that can be activated to make sounds and evoke experiences that come from our everyday lives.

Work by Ed Osborn

At the Tree Line: Works by Ingrid Ludt and Iain Machell
Thursday, Sept. 12 – Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013

Ingrid Ludt and Iain Machell, two very different artists, find a common thread in the connection between the various lifecycles throughout nature as portrayed in their mixed media drawings in pen, ink, pencil, marker and paint, and three-dimensional sculpture. Many of their works in "At the Tree Line" evoke the human figure and the landscape.

Photo Gallery of Exhibit in Teaching Gallery

At the Tree Line: Works by Ingrid Ludt and Iain Machell

Advanced Study in Drawing and Painting Exhibit
Juried Student Art Exhibit

Friday, April 19 – Saturday, May 4, 2013

Students in the college’s Fine Arts and Digital Media programs submit class work in painting, drawing, photography, two-dimensional design, video, graphic design, animation and net art completed during summer and fall of 2012 and spring of 2013. From the approximately 250 works submitted by students last year, 114 were accepted for exhibition.

Advanced Study in Drawing and Painting Exhibit
Student participants in this year’s advanced exhibition, “The Real Issue is Freedom,” are Thomas Brisson, Chad Coumbes, Kelsie De Chantal, Kristin Diodonet, Maxwell Goodknight, Anneliese Holmes, Raechael Inglis, Andrea LaRose, Benjamin Roy, Patrick Staltari, Christopher Tofinchio and Rebecca Vitarelle.

Juried Student Art Exhibit
This year’s guest juror, Amy Cheng, is a professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz and holds an MFA from Hunter College and a BFA from the University of Texas.

Photo Gallery of Exhibit in Teaching Gallery

Advanced Study in Drawing and Painting Exhibit Postcard

Juried Student Art Exhibit Postcard


Those Who Toil Here: Timothy Frerichs and Michael Millspaugh
Thursday, Feb. 7 – Saturday, March 23, 2013

Artist Web site: Timothy Frerichs

Photo Gallery of Exhibit in Teaching Gallery

Michael Millspaugh, The Gardening Scots Michael Millspaugh, The Gardening Scots
Timothy Frerichs, Along the Line. Timothy Frerichs, Along the Line.

"Those Who Toil Here," the work of Buffalo artist Timothy Frerichs and Hudson Valley Community College Fine Arts alumnus Michael Millspaugh, presents installations, drawings and mixed media works that depict our ties to the land.

Employing both analog and digital mapping techniques, Frerichs looks at our perceptions of and relationships to the natural world. His recent installations and mixed media works explore the geographical and historical connections between commercial shipping on the Great Lakes and the Erie Canal and Buffalo's Tifft Nature Preserve, a former shipping hub and industrial dump.

Michael Millspaugh's absurdist humor and dry wit bear on his investigations into a contemporary culture that is oftentimes at odds with itself. His drawings, sculptures and mixed media work examine military aggression and the desire for a simple, peaceful existence. Images of soldiers and weapons in Millspaugh's work are confounded through wry combinations of garden tools, guns and art supplies.

Michael Millspaugh, Greenhouse Trailer.
Michael Millspaugh, Greenhouse Trailer.
Timothy Frerichs, Big Orbit.
Timothy Frerichs, Big Orbit.

Abu Dhabi is Love Forever: The Works of Jennifer and Kevin McCoy
Thursday, Nov. 1 - Saturday, Dec. 8

Artist Web site: www.mccoyspace.com

Brooklyn-based collaborative artists Jennifer and Kevin McCoy explore autobiographical themes as experienced through cultural and media-based images. From August of 2010 to June of 2011, the McCoys and their family lived in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. During that time, through video, collage and found imagery, the McCoys reacted to and contemplated the culture and landscape of their new, temporary home in the desert. "Abu Dhabi Is Love Forever" was first exhibited at PostMasters Gallery in New York City in the spring of 2011.

View images of the exhibit and opening reception.

Abu Dhabi is Love Forever: The Works of Jennifer and Kevin McCoy


The Shape of the Earth: Paintings by Linda Cross
Thursday, Sept. 13 - Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012

Linda Cross's paintings—or relief sculptures, as many in the art world consider them—are of riverbeds and geographical sites—mostly inspired by the Hudson River Valley. Cross has been painting and building three-dimensional reliefs since the 1980s, showing both the beauty of the natural world and the contamination that humankind has heaped upon it. Thus her imagery of blue and green waters, earth, rocks and stones is often combined with tin cans, rubber tires and other bits of debris. Viewers have to look more than once to realize that the elements in Cross' paintings are not real, but created by the artist.

View images of the exhibit.


Year-End Student Art Exhibits
Friday, April 20 – Saturday, May 5, 2012

Hudson Valley Community College students show their work in the annual Juried Student and Advanced Study in Drawing and Painting exhibits. Both include work in all media. The students plan, design and install their work.

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Fine Arts Faculty Exhibit
Thursday, Feb. 9 – Saturday, March 17, 2012

Hudson Valley's Fine Arts faculty show their work in the various media.

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Faculty Exhibit Card

 


You Are Not I: Photography, Video and Sound by Barbara Ess
Thursday, Nov. 10 – Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011

Barbara Ess was at the forefront of the 1980s’ postmodern movement that pulled apart both the conceptual and visual underpinnings of what was expected of photography. Using pinhole cameras, low-end spy cameras and other low-tech vision “enhancers,” Ess produced blurry, monochromatic images that test one’s trust in both the photograph as a believable document and vision itself.

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You Are Not I: Photography, Video and Sound by Barbara Ess

Remote Viewing series (Times Square), 20x 26" pigment print, 2011
Remote Viewing series (Times Square), 20x 26" pigment print, 2011


From the Center of Our World: Paintings and Photographs by Ann Wolf and Ken Ragsdale
Thursday, Sept. 15 – Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011

In the Video Closet: Films by Susan Graham (Web site)

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Paintings and Photographs by Ann Wolf and Ken Ragsdale Exhibit

From the Center of Our World: Paintings and Photographs by Ann Wolf and Ken Ragsdale
UNTITLED (THE TREES) (2009) Gouache on paper 7 1/2” x 5 1/2”
UTAMILLA 2008 Archival ink-jet print from photo of fabricated paper sculpture 11" h x 18.5" w

Year-End Student Exhibitions
Friday, April 15 - Saturday, May 7, 2011

In their annual Juried Student and Advanced Study in Drawing and Painting exhibitions, Hudson Valley Community College Fine Arts students exhibit a variety of works in all media. The students plan, design and install their exhibitions.

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2011 Juried Student Art Exhibit
Juror: Ven Voisy, Manager, Gallery 51, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, North Adams, MA
2011 Juried Student Art Exhibit

Advanced Study in Drawing and Painting exhibitions by:
David Dobert, Emily Dorr, Amanda Ellinger, Ben Fredette, Mackenzie Gibbons, Danielle Jensen, Autumn Miller, Kyle Patrick Murphy, Emily Pierce, Lisa Pignatelli, Stacy Plummer, Larissa Tapler and Mackenzie N. Tieper
Advanced Study in Drawing and Painting exhibitions


Christa Donner - The Makings of Mutualism
Thursday, Jan. 27 – Saturday, March 19, 2011

Artist Web site: www.christadonner.com

Christa Donner - The Makings of Mutualism explores the life-cycles, rituals and interdependent anatomies of two fictional cultures that coexist symbiotically. This new body of work references images from anatomical illustrations, the American west, ancient Greek and Mayan sculpture and Japanese wood block prints. The exhibition includes 50 palm-sized works on paper, a large wall drawing and several large drawings on paper to incorporate and highlight the artist’s working process. Also included is a photo-performance project created on-site by the artist with students in Hudson Valley’s Theatre and Fine Arts programs.

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Christa Donner Exhibit

Video Watch the video.

Christa Donner - the Makings of Mutualism


Fine Arts Alumni Exhibition
Thursday, Nov. 11 – Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010

View images of the opening reception and the exhibit.
Alumni at show

This exhibition featured works in all media by 17 alumni of Hudson Valley’s Fine Arts Program.
Tim Devall ‘01
Elizabeth Egnaczyk ‘03
Leevi Ernits ‘96
Michelle Faust ‘97
Robert Hayner Jr. ‘02
Sarah Martinez ‘95
Anthony Montuori ‘07
Chelsea Piazza ‘06
Gabrielle Piedmonte ‘97
Christopher Pecoraro Jr ‘01
Valerie Rafferty ‘06
Ruth Rieffanaugh ‘03
Jack Shaefer ‘05
Marilee Sousie ‘05
Courtney Troeger ‘05
Megan Viscio ‘02
Zach Ziemann ‘02


Chris Duncan – Sculptures and Drawings
Thursday, Sept. 16 – Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010

Artist Web site: www.Chrisduncansculpture.com

Chris Duncan’s sculpture and drawings investigate the human body through gesture, scale and process. Working in slate, bronze and plaster, gouache and acrylic, Duncan finds expressive qualities of surface in both art forms.

Chris Duncan Artist Talk
View images of the artist talk, opening reception and the exhibit
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Year-End Student Exhibits
April 23 – May 8, 2010

Hudson Valley Community College students exhibit their work in the annual Juried Student and the annual Advanced Study in Drawing and Painting exhibitions. Both exhibits include work in all media.

In the Gallery...

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Danny Goodwin/Blane De St Croix
Exhibition: Feb. 9 – March 20, 2010


Danny Goodwin: Web site
Blane De St Croix: Web site

Brooklyn artist Blane De St Croix and Albany artist Danny Goodwin, whose drawings and photographs explore concepts of representation and the United States' so-called national security system, exhibit their work in the Teaching Gallery at Hudson Valley Community College from February 9 to March 20.  

Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
01 U.S./Mexico border landscape, Arizona Border Fence, 2008, 17”x14”, ink on paper
Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
10 Gitmo: abandoned camp x-ray, #3, 2009, 40”x48”, ink on paper
Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
02 U.S./Mexico border landscape, Tijuana, 2008, 17”x14”, ink on paper
Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
03 U.S./Mexico border landscape, estuary on border Outside of Brownsville, Texas, 2008, 17”x14”, ink on paper
Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
04 U.S./Canada border landscape, Peace Park, 2008, 17”x14”, ink on paper
Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
05 U.S./Canada border landscape, Fire on North Dakota border, 2008, 17”x14”, ink on paper
Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
07 north/south Korea landscapes, Looking into the North’s Forest, 2008, 17”x14”, ink on paper
Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
08 East Jerusalem Israeli wall, 2008, 17”x14”, ink on paper
Blane De St Croix Blane De St Croix
09 Gitmo: abandoned camp x-ray, #4, 2008, 17”x14”, ink on paper
 
Danny Goodwin
Danny Goodwin
Chemical I.E.D. #1 (Cytomax), 2008, C-print, 16 x 20”, ed. of 6.
Danny Goodwin
Danny Goodwin
Booby Trap #19 (Door Knob), 1998 (re-printed 2008), C-print, 20 x 24”, ed. of 4.
Danny Goodwin
Danny Goodwin
Cell Phone I.E.D. #2 (Soup Can), 2008, C-print, 11 x 14”, ed. of 6.
Danny Goodwin
Danny Goodwin
Chemical I.E.D. #2 (Milk Jug), 2008, C-print, 16 x 20”, ed. of 6.
Danny Goodwin
Danny Goodwin
Cell Phone I.E.D. #4 (Pipe Bomb), 2008, C-print, 16 x 20”, ed. of 6.
Danny Goodwin
Danny Goodwin
Semtex-H, 2009, C-print, 16 x 20”, ed. of 6.

Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition
Exhibition: Nov. 5 – Dec. 12, 2009

Participating Artists: Milt Connors, Tara Fracalossi, Kyra Garrigue, Richard Garrison, William Jaeger, Thomas Lail, Andrew Lynn, Jean O’Malley, Ryan Parr, Gail V. Roberts, Linda Ryder and Ann Wolf

Milt Connors piece
Milt Connors
Untitled, 2007
Three C-prints 20 x 30" each
Kyra Garrigue piece
Kyra Garrigue
Kissing
Single channel Video
Richard Garrison piece
Richard Garrison
Spirograph 14, 2009
Ballpoint and graphite on paper
40 x 30"
William Jaeger piece
William Jaeger
Grafiti at Lock 8, 2006
Archival Inkjet Print
30 x 23"
Thomas Lail piece
Thomas Lail
#310, 2009
Collage on paper
30 x50"
Ryan Parr piece
Ryan Parr
El Guggen Remix, 2008
Oil on Canvas
72 x 48"
GG Roberts piece
GG Roberts
After Dark, 2007
Oil on Panel
18 x 24"
Linda Ryder piece
Linda Ryder
Venus of Troy, 2007-9
Rusted metal, cast plaster, baling wire
13 x 3 x 2"
Ann Wolf piece
Ann Wolf
All of Me, 2008
Gouache on Board
7 x 6.5"
 

Jennifer Dalton: “Is It Just Me?”
Exhibition: Sept. 17 – Oct. 24, 2009

“Is It Just Me?” surveys the last 10 years of Jennifer Dalton’s sculptures and installations based on exhaustive “excavations” of herself and her surroundings. She is an archaeologist of the presentday, collecting and examining personal and cultural information, organizing and evaluating the information according to her own unique criteria, and displaying the findings in sculptural installations consisting of assembled or handmade objects. The artist received a BFA degree from UCLA and a MFA degree from the Pratt Institute in New York, and has exhibited her work throughout the United States and Europe.

In the Gallery...

Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit
Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit Jennifer Dalton: Is It Just Me? Exhibit

Student shows— Juried Student Exhibit and Directed Study
April 24 – May 6, 2009

In the Gallery...

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Artist Patricia Johanson presents the 2009 Stephen L. Hyatt Memorial Lecture
7 p.m., Wednesday, April 1, 2009

For the past 40 years, Patricia Johanson’s multidisciplinary designs have combined art, ecology, landscaping and functional infrastructure. During the 1960’s Johanson worked for Joseph Cornell and Georgia O’Keeffe, exhibited "Minimal" paintings and sculpture, and designed a series of 150 gardens for House & Garden magazine. Johanson’s project drawings and models are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art, NewYork City; Storm King Art Center; Dallas Museum of Art; National Museum ofWomen in the Arts,Washington, D.C.; and Dumbarton Oaks Contemporary Landscape Design Collection. She is a recipient of two Guggenheim Fellowships, NEA Fellowship, Townsend Harris Medal, Gold Medal from the Accademia Italia delle Arti, and Utah Governor’s Grand Achievement Award for Planning and Design.

"Lily Dam Flood", Utah DOT plan with colored pencil, ink and marker, 11" x 17", 2008 "Sculpture Garden: Shelter", lipstick, colored pencil and pencil, 8 1/2" x 11", 1969

This lecture is presented by the Teaching Gallery with support from the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation, Stephen L. Hyatt Memorial Fund.

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The Oatman-Lail News Hour
Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail
Jan. 29 – April 4, 2009

Since meeting in 1989 at the University at Albany MFA program, artists Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail have been friends and occasional collaborators. Though known for dramatically different takes on site specific installations, the Teaching Gallery will bring together for the first time ever, their individual investigations into large scale collage.

In the Gallery...

Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail
Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail
Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail
Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail
Collages by Michael Oatman and Thomas Lail  

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Collaborative Installation by Lee Ranaldo and Leah Singer
Oct. 30 – Dec. 6, 2008

NY based Lee Ranaldo and Leah Singer will build an interdisciplinary journey through sound, image and text loosely responding to and interpreting ideas of private/public, contrasts/juxtapositions, relationships, architecture and space usage. Singer, by training a filmmaker and journalist and Ranaldo, writer, visual artist and a co-founder of the experimental rock band Sonic Youth, will also present a live improvisational performance during the opening reception. Assisted by curatorial advisor, Jan Van Woensel.

In the Gallery...

Installation in progress
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Downstairs Gallery  
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Upstairs Gallery
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Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero
Sept. 18 – Oct. 18, 2008

Summer Mc Corkle Statement Resume
Lillian Mulero Statement  

In her photographic series Deathworklovebirth, Brooklyn photographer Summer McCorkle has chronicled her Wisconsin- based family as relocation, death, birth and marriage has changed their makeup from that of her childhood memories. Mc Corkle’s work raises the question of what constitutes a family? Lillian Mulero, of Albany NY will present drawings and paintings of area artists, friends and arts workers in combination with selected objects to create installational portraits of her subjects.

In the Gallery...

Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero
Look
Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero
Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views
Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views
Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views
Lillian Mulero Installation Views Lillian Mulero Installation Views Summer McCorkle Installation Views Summer McCorkle Installation Views
Summer McCorkle Installation Views Summer McCorkle Installation Views Artist Sumer McCorkle Artist Sumer McCorkle
Artist Lillian Mulero Artist Lillian Mulero Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception
Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception
Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception
Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception
Artists Lillian Mulero and Sumer McCorkle Artists Lillian Mulero and Sumer McCorkle Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception
Gallery Management Students Staffing the Hospitality Tables Gallery Management Students Staffing the Hospitality Tables Look Portraits by Summer Mc Corkle and Lillian Mulero Reception

 

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Year End Student Exhibits:
Directed Study in Drawing and Painting and Juried Student Show
April 24 - May 9, 2008

In the Gallery...

Year End Student Exhibits Year End Student Exhibits
Year End Student Exhibits Year End Student Exhibits
Year End Student Exhibits Year End Student Exhibits
Year End Student Exhibits Year End Student Exhibits
Year End Student Exhibits Year End Student Exhibits
Year End Student Exhibits Year End Student Exhibits
Year End Student Exhibits

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Terry Boddie Recent Work – mixed media photography
March 5 - April 10, 2008

In the Gallery...

Terry Boddie Recent Work Terry Boddie Recent Work
Terry Boddie Recent Work Terry Boddie Recent Work
Terry Boddie Recent Work Terry Boddie Recent Work
Terry Boddie Recent Work Terry Boddie Recent Work
Terry Boddie Recent Work Terry Boddie Recent Work
Terry Boddie Recent Work Terry Boddie Recent Work
Terry Boddie Recent Work Terry Boddie Recent Work
Terry Boddie Recent Work

 

In The Gallery...Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program.

Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program. Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program.
Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program. Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program.
Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program. Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program.
Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program. Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program.
Visiting artist Terry Boddie works on his exhibition with students in the Gallery Management degree program.

 

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“Post”
Drawings by Jeffrey Marshall and Sara Pedigo
Jan. 24 - Feb. 23, 2008

Jeffrey Marshall Statement Resume
Sara Pedigo Statement Resume

In The Gallery...

Jeffrey Marshall, installation views.

Jeffrey Marshall, installation views. Jeffrey Marshall, installation views.
Jeffrey Marshall, installation views. Jeffrey Marshall, installation views.
Jeffrey Marshall, installation views.  

Sara Pedigo, installation views.

Sara Pedigo, installation views. Sara Pedigo, installation views.
Sara Pedigo, installation views. Sara Pedigo, installation views.
Sara Pedigo, installation views. Sara Pedigo, installation views.

 

 

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“Peripheral”
Paintings by Scott Brodie
Nov. 8 - Dec. 20, 2007

Artist Statement:
“Peripheral” refers to the convictions that small ordinary truths are big, that close observation is important, that the practice of painting is worthwhile, all by itself, and that a painting can compete with the many useful objects clamoring for attention.

In The Gallery...

Board and Bed, 2006, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 44”
Board and Bed, 2006, Oil on Canvas, 48 x 44”
Installation view downstairs gallery. Installation view downstairs gallery. Aluminum Foil,2000, Oil on Canvas, 42 x 52” Aluminum Foil, 2000, Oil on Canvas, 42 x 52”
works on paper works on paper Left; Hers and Mine, 2005, Oil on Canvas ,48 x 48”. Right; Some Time in July, 2005, Oil on Canvas, 50” x 50”. Left; Hers and Mine, 2005, Oil on Canvas ,48 x 48”.
Right; Some Time in July, 2005, Oil on Canvas, 50” x 50”.
Weigela Florida At 614 Madison Avenue, 2003, oil on canvas, 46 Weigela Florida At 614 Madison Avenue, 2003, oil on canvas, 46" x 40" Weigela Florida at, 480 Madison Avenue, 2003, Oil on Canvas, Weigela Florida at, 480 Madison Avenue, 2003, Oil on Canvas, 44" x 38”

At the reception...

At the reception...Scott Brodie
Scott Brodie
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At the reception... At the reception...
At the reception... At the reception...

Acknowledgements
Portions of this exhibit have been made possible through the generosity of the College of Saint Rose’s Scholars and Artists Program.

The Teaching Gallery is supported by the Department of Fine Arts, Theatre Arts and Broadcast Communications and the Office of Cultural Affairs.


“Here and There”
Works by Architecture+, Julia Christensen, Peter Dudek, Richard Garrison, and Oona Stern
Sept. 20 - Oct. 25, 2007

In The Gallery...

Here and There Exhibit
Installation view, Oona Stern (foreground), Peter Dudek (background) Installation view, Oona Stern (foreground), Peter Dudek (background) Installation view, Peter Dudek Installation view, Peter Dudek
Installation view, Peter Dudek Installation view, Peter Dudek Stairway in the Teaching Gallery
Installation view, Architecture +, Installation view, Architecture +, Installation view, Architecture +, Oona Stern (on floor), Richard Garrison (background) Installation view, Architecture +, Oona Stern (on floor), Richard Garrison (background)
Installation view, Richard Garrison Installation view, Richard Garrison Installation view, Julia Christensen Installation view, Julia Christensen

Robin Arnold - Drawings and Paintings
Nov. 16, 2006 – Jan. 20, 2007

In The Gallery...

Robin Arnold - Drawings and Paintings Robin Arnold - Drawings and Paintings
Robin Arnold - Drawings and Paintings Robin Arnold - Drawings and Paintings
Robin Arnold - Drawings and Paintings Robin Arnold - Drawings and Paintings

 


Stacy Greene - Photographs
Sept. 21 – Nov. 4, 2006

In The Gallery...

Stacy Greene - Photographs Stacy Greene - Photographs
Stacy Greene - Photographs Stacy Greene - Photographs
Stacy Greene - Photographs Stacy Greene - Photographs

 

Anthony Salamone - Photographs
May 26 - Sept. 14, 2006

Anthony Salamone - Photographs
Brazil (detail)
1995, 6”x6”
gelatin silver print

 

Susan Graham - Photographs
January 26 - March 2, 2006

New York City artist Susan Graham’s insomnia-inspired photographs capture dreamlike landscapes, using a unique sugar paste technique to create beds, satellites, guns and other forms for her subjects.

In the Gallery...

Susan Graham - Photographs
Susan Graham - Photographs
Susan Graham - Photographs
Susan Graham - Photographs
Susan Graham - Photographs
Susan Graham - Photographs

Christian Carson - Paintings
November 17, 2005 - January 19, 2006

In the Gallery...

? and Untitled
Untitled
2004, 48" x 64”
oil on linen
Revision
Revision
2003, 24" x 32”
oil on wood
The Process
The Process
2004, 49" x 64”
oil on linen
Christian Carson - Paintings
Christian Carson - Paintings

Meredith Allen - Photographs
September 22 - November 5, 2005

In the Gallery...

Meredith Allen - Photographs
Adelaide Avenure (pink panther)
2001, ed. 2/8
Laminated C-print mounted on sintra
18 x 24"
Meredith Allen - Photographs
Adelaide Avenue (pokemon)
2001, ed. 2/8
Laminated C-print mounted on sintra
18 x 24"

Hudson Valley Community College Fine Arts Faculty Exhibit
May 26 – September 8, 2005

This is first exhibition of artwork by the studio art faculty to be presented by the Teaching Gallery. Photographs, collages and drawings by Tara Fracalossi, Richard Garrison, Thomas Lail, William G Muller and Jean O’Malley will provide an introduction to the works by the faculty who teach approximately 135 students enrolled in the Fine Arts Program.

Tara Fracalossi
                    Archive Grid (treetops) - detail, 2004
                    Photocopies and pencil on paper. 35x 53"
Tara Fracalossi
Archive Grid (treetops) - detail, 2004
Photocopies and pencil on paper. 35 x 53"
Richard Garrison
                    Spirograph No. 9, 2004
                    Ballpoint on paper. 36 x 71½"
Richard Garrison
Spirograph No. 9, 2004
Ballpoint on paper. 36 x 71½"
Thomas Lail
                    Cut Drawing #215, 2005
                    Photocopy on paper. 90 x 52"
Thomas Lail
Cut Drawing #215, 2005
Photocopy on paper. 90 x 52"
William G Muller
                   Untitled, 2005
                Color photograph. 6 x 4"
William G Muller
Untitled, 2005
Color photograph. 6 x 4"
Jean O’Malley
                    Grass Children, 
                Ilfochrome Print . 14 x 11"
Jean O’Malley
Grass Children,
Ilfochrome Print . 14 x 11"

April 28 - May 13, 2005
Directed Study

In the Gallery...

Directed Study Exhibit
Directed Study Exhibit
Directed Study Exhibit
Directed Study Exhibit
Directed Study Exhibit
Directed Study Exhibit
Directed Study Exhibit

April 14 - 22, 2005
Hudson Valley Community College Juried Student Exhibit
Juried by Robin Arnold, Assoc. Professor of Art, SUNY College at New Paltz

In the Gallery...

Hudson Valley Community College Juried Student Exhibit
Hudson Valley Community College Juried Student Exhibit
Hudson Valley Community College Juried Student Exhibit
Hudson Valley Community College Juried Student Exhibit
Hudson Valley Community College Juried Student Exhibit
Hudson Valley Community College Juried Student Exhibit

January 27 - March 3, 2005
Mauro Altamura - Photos/Video

In the Gallery...

Mauro Altamura - Photos/Video

 

Mauro Altamura - Photos/Video

November 18, 2004 - January 15, 2005
Isabel Barbuzza - Installation

In the Gallery...

Isabel Barbuzza - Installation
Isabel Barbuzza - Installation Isabel Barbuzza - Installation
Isabel Barbuzza - Installation Isabel Barbuzza - Installation
Isabel Barbuzza - Installation Isabel Barbuzza - Installation

September 9 - October 28, 2004
Jeff Clemens - Painting

Artist Statement
Artist Resume

Brooklyn artist Jeff Clemens presents at Hudson Valley a series of portraits that do not answer the call of traditional portraiture. If that call is typically for a record of a person's visage, however accurate or mediated by the artist's vision, then Clemens has upturned the expected, recording the faces of people who have never existed and toys that have sprung from his own imagination.

Clemens states that his interest in these portraits lies in the attempt to paint flesh. However, if what he is painting is from his own imagination, can it really be said that he is painting flesh at all? This question complicates his seemingly simple project and calls to attention issues of authenticity and truth. Add in the "portraits' of smoothly enameled wooden toys Clemens has made himself (for the sole purpose of being painted) and these issues become even more complex and intriguing.

In an age when photography is the dominant and expected source of believable images, the act of painting may be seen to have been freed to explore the imaginary and the made up. Indeed, if one looks at the faces that Clemens has painted, they bear striking physiognomic resemblances to one another - resemblances that would be impossible in all but the tightest of family gene pools. These issues of representation, reality and truth lie just below the surface, the flesh of Clemens' work.

Tara Fracalossi
Gallery Director

In the Gallery...

Painting by Jeff Clemens
Regina's Doll in Chair, 2002, 23 3/8 x 18 ¾ in. oil on wood
Painting by Jeff Clemens
Toy Maker, 2002, 23 ½ x 18 ¾ in., oil on wood
Painting by Jeff Clemens
Monster, 2004, 19 11/16 x 18 in., oil on wood
Painting by Jeff Clemens
Untitled, 2004, 11 x 14 in, marking pen on paper

 

September 28, 2003 - April 30, 2004
Open(ed) Spaces

An exhibit of site related works installed throughout the Hudson Valley Community College campus.
Work by: James Cullinane, Christa Donner, Chris Duncan, Anna Dyson, Jeanne Flanagan, Thomas Lail, Paul Mauren, Edward Mayer, Karen Mirza

James Cullinane InstallationArtist: James Cullinane
Title: Jumpswitchfrieze
Date: 2003
Materials: Oil paint on metal tags, screws.
Thanks to Eric Bartlett ‘04, Ashley Mosher ’01, Tom Engle ’01, and Thomas Lail.
Christa Donner InstallationArtist: Christa Donner
Title: Pass it On
Date: 2003
Materials: Ink, latex paint and on sheet rock.
Thanks to Theresa di Cesare ‘04 and Liz Egnaczyk ’03 for their installation assistance. Also, thanks to Marvin Library director Brenda Twiggs for access to the college's image archives, which proved an invaluable resource.
Chris Duncan PieceArtist: Chris Duncan
Title: Eastern Shore
Date: 2002
Materials: Concrete, steel
Jeanne Flanagan InstallationArtist: Jeanne Flanagan
Title: Oozula
Date: 2003
Materials: Slate
Thanks to Matt Nicholas ‘04
Link to Interview with Jeanne Flanagan
Chris Duncan PieceArtist: Chris Duncan
Title: The Rooster
Date: 2002
Materials: Concrete, steel
Paul Mauren InstallationArtist: Paul Mauren
Title: 22 links
Date: 1999
Materials: Steel and cement
Thanks to Matt Nicholas '‘04

Materialab PieceArtist: Materialab
(Anna Dyson, Patrick Wong, Lisa Ann Pasquale, and Katalina Arboleda)
Title: Amphibia
Date: 2003
Materials: Acrylic sheets, packing tape.

Karen Mirza PieceArtist: Karen Mirza
Title: Angles of Incidence
Date: 2003
Materials: Projected Images
Edward Mayer PieceArtist: Edward Mayer
Title: Lyre/Liar
Date: 1999
Materials: Steel, wood, plastic

Thomas Lail Piece

Artist: Thomas Lail
Title: Pane Interrupt for Silent Fringes
Date: 2003
Materials: Oil on existing windows, cutting in oriented strand board, exterior insulation, exterior stucco, tarp, metal stud
  Thomas Lail Piece

 

Gelsy Verna
January 30 - February 27, 2003

Paintings

Image of painting by Gelsey Verna
Gelsy Verna, Untitled (salt), 2000, collage on paper mixed media, 12"x10"

Mayumi Hayashi
December 5, 2002 - January 22, 2003

Sculpture/ Installation

Image of Mayumi Hayashi, Being III, soil, bees wax, 2000-1, 38"1/2x38"1/2x3"1/2h
Mayumi Hayashi, Being III, soil, bees wax,
2000-1, 38"1/2x38"1/2x3"1/2h

Ronald Cohen
October 24 - November 23, 2002

Figurative Paintings and Drawings

Image of Ronald M. Cohen, Bed & Thorns, oil on canvas, 24x33"
Ronald M. Cohen, Bed and Thorns, oil on canvas, 24x33"

Jessica Reeves-Cohen
September 19 - October 19, 2002

Performance/ Photographs/ Drawings

Image of Jessica Reeves-Cohen, Pick Up Lines, installation/performance, video still, 2000
Jessica Reeves-Cohen, Pick Up Lines, installation/performance, video still, 2000

Marlene Lewis
January 24 - February 23, 2002

Works by a Jamaican native that look at the myth of the ideal as it relates to tourism and post colonial cultures.

Image of work by Marlene Lewis, Wat a Worries, 2001
Marlene Lewis, Wat a Worries, 2001
Mixed Media on Paper
30 x 22"

Benicia Gantner
November 29, 2001 - January 12, 2002

Works in Plexiglas and vinyl using signage and language as a starting point for abstract images.

Image of work by Benicia C. Gantner, Topography.1 (detail), 2001
Benicia C. Gantner, Topography.1 (detail), 2001
Vinyl on Cell cast acrylic
12 x 12"

 

Hugo Xavier Bastidas
October 4 - November 15, 2001

Monochrome paintings addressing issues of power, class and race.

Image of work Hugo Bastidas, Four Fathers, 1996
Hugo Bastidas, Four Fathers, 1996
Oil on Canvas
38 x 56"