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University Galleries, William Paterson University

Exhibition Detail
Faculty Exhibition
300 Pompton Rd.
Wayne, NJ 07470


September 9th, 2013 - October 18th, 2013
Opening: 
September 22nd, 2013 2:00 AM - 4:00 AM
 
Sandstone Passages , Elaine LorenzElaine Lorenz, Sandstone Passages ,
Ceramic, unglazed, 21 x 18 x 9 Inches
Rituals , Miriam BiscegliaMiriam Bisceglia, Rituals ,
2013, Tree branch wrapped in silk Habotai, Blue panel: Silk, crepe de chine (painted and bound resisted with fiber reactive dye) 75 x 19 Inches; Yellow Panel: Stone washed crepe de chine (piainted and dyed with fiber reactive dye) 90 x 19 Inches
Twenty, James BlasiJames Blasi, Twenty,
2011 , Oil on canvas, 62 x 77 inches
Captain Fred, Kevin BrownieKevin Brownie, Captain Fred,
2010, Oil on canvas, 18 x 14 Inches
Bolo Bolo , Giovanna CecchettiGiovanna Cecchetti, Bolo Bolo ,
2013, Oil and acrylic on linen and canvas, 42 x 84 Inches
Healing Ancestors, Giovanna CecchettiGiovanna Cecchetti, Healing Ancestors,
2013, Mixed media on paper, 14 x 10 Inches
Paradise, Zhiyuan CongZhiyuan Cong, Paradise,
2012, Intaglio, 44 x 69 Inches
Window Shop , Kyle ConiglioKyle Coniglio, Window Shop ,
2013, Oil on linen , 42 x 62 Inches
Picking , Kyle ConiglioKyle Coniglio, Picking ,
2012, Oil on linen , 42 x 62 Inches
Springfield Historical Society, Angela DeLauraAngela DeLaura, Springfield Historical Society,
2013, Mark development, 12 x 36 Inches
Flame Hook, Ming FayMing Fay, Flame Hook,
2013, Wood, wire, polyurethane foam, and paint, 66 x 17 x 17 Inches
Caution: Hilo (triptych), Eileen FotiEileen Foti, Caution: Hilo (triptych),
2001, Lithography with metallic leaf, 17 x 12, 17 x 15, 17 x 12 Inches
© Jack Abraham
Wreath, Eileen FotiEileen Foti, Wreath,
2006, Lithography with inclusions on handmade paper, 20 x 16 inches
© Jack Abraham
Urban Motion I, Andrea GellerAndrea Geller, Urban Motion I,
2013, Oil on canvas, 32 x 32 x 1 1/2 Inches
Urban Motion II, Andrea GellerAndrea Geller, Urban Motion II,
2013, Oil on canvas, 32 x 32 x 1 1/2 Inches
The Life and Times of Dr.  Thelonious Tinker, Cosmic Archeologist, David HortonDavid Horton,
The Life and Times of Dr. Thelonious Tinker, Cosmic Archeologist,
2013, Artist's first proof of 9 pages of limited edition book (edition of 10), Twenty page hand-bound mixed media artist's book
Not That They Starve, Carl JablonskiCarl Jablonski, Not That They Starve,
2013, Digital inkjet print, 12 x 9 Inches
Pure Balance , Alan LazarusAlan Lazarus, Pure Balance ,
Oak, 60 x 32 x 17 inches
Segmented , Elaine LorenzElaine Lorenz, Segmented ,
2012, Ceramic, naked Raku process, 23 1/2 x 12 x 8
Odyssey, Charles MagistroCharles Magistro, Odyssey,
2013, Oil on canvas, 58 x 44 Inches
Veiled Illusions , Charles MagistroCharles Magistro, Veiled Illusions ,
2013, Oil on canvas, 40 x 26 Inches
Comets and Clefts Retro, Gina MiccinilliGina Miccinilli, Comets and Clefts Retro,
2013, Mixed media , Variable dimensions
The Glue Pot , Leslie NoblerLeslie Nobler, The Glue Pot ,
2013, Digital art, 22 x 25 inches
© Funding provided by Puffin Foundation, Ltd.
Philosophy, Etc. , Leslie NoblerLeslie Nobler, Philosophy, Etc. ,
2012, Mixed media and digital printmaking, 15 x 18 x 3 inches
Here, There and Everywhere, #30, Lily PrinceLily Prince, Here, There and Everywhere, #30,
2013, Watercolor on canvas, 45 x 45 Inches
(Robot series) , Lauren RazzoreLauren Razzore, (Robot series) ,
2013, Photographs, Variable dimensions
(Robot series) , Lauren RazzoreLauren Razzore, (Robot series) ,
2013, Photographs, Variable dimensions
(Robot series) , Lauren RazzoreLauren Razzore, (Robot series) ,
2013, Photographs, Variable dimensions
Animation Converge: Ghraib Bag (Work in Progress) , Michael ReesMichael Rees,
Animation Converge: Ghraib Bag (Work in Progress) ,
2013, Animation, 480 x 720 pixels, 49 seconds
Converge: Ghraib Bag , Michael ReesMichael Rees, Converge: Ghraib Bag ,
2008, Selective laser sintering and wire, 9 x 5 x 6 inches
Twelve , Steve RittlerSteve Rittler, Twelve ,
2013, Pen and ink, 25 x 19 Inches
Elijah, Robin SchwartzRobin Schwartz, Elijah,
2010, Photograph, 24 x 28 Inches
Lola Does Not Like Fake Fruit , Robin SchwartzRobin Schwartz, Lola Does Not Like Fake Fruit ,
2012, Lambda print, 24 x 28 Inches
© Courtesy of ClampArt Gallery, NYC
Hand to Eye 1; Hand to Eye 2, William TruranWilliam Truran, Hand to Eye 1; Hand to Eye 2,
Digital Photograph, 20 x 30 Inches
Tragedy, Tom UhleinTom Uhlein, Tragedy,
2013, Digital Print, 20 x 22 inches
Now, David ZavrackyDavid Zavracky, Now,
2010, Wood, 17 x 7 x 7 Inches
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Faculty Exhibition

September 9 – October 18, 2013

 

A selection of recent artworks created by 26 members of the art faculty at William Paterson University in Wayne will be featured in an exhibition at the University Galleries in the Ben Shahn Center for the Visual Arts from September 9 through October 18, 2013.  Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on September 15 and 29 and October 6 and 13 from noon to 4 p.m. Admission is free. An opening reception for the exhibition will be held on Sunday, September 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. A faculty panel discussion is scheduled for Tuesday, October 8 from 2 to 3:30 p.m.

The exhibition, in the Court Gallery, provides insight into the diverse artistic practices of the University’s art faculty, which includes painters, sculptors, printmakers, and designers in every media.  Works featured in the exhibit include examples of painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed media, collage, furniture design, photography, textile design and printmaking.

Among the works included in the exhibition will be “Lola Does Not Like Fake Fruit,” a photograph by Robin Schwartz from her series, “Amelia’s World,” that was recently included in The Fence 2013, a summer-long site-specific photographic exhibition in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Schwartz’s photographs, which depict her daughter Amelia with various animals, were featured in The New Yorker Magazine Photo Booth, Slate Magazine, and on the CBS News website.

David Horton will include new drawings from his series, “Dr. Thelonious Tinker, Cosmic Archeologist.” For the last 15 years, Horton has been at work in the Bauhaus artistic tradition, developing a fictional character, Dr. Thelonious Tinker, and making artifacts, appliances, notebook pages, and drawings to complete an archive of Tinker’s work.  Horton has received three artist’s fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, and two separate awards from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Lauren Razzore, a web designer, animator, and graphic designer, will include works from her new photography series, “Robot of the Month Club.” Razzore stages robots in a different setting, encountering real-life scenarios and responding to current events. Themes range from commuting to gay marriage.

Other faculty artists included in the exhibition are Miriam Bisceglia, James Blasi, Kevin Brownie, Giovanna Checchetti, Zhiyuan Cong, Kyle Coniglio, Angela DeLaura, Ming Fay, Eileen Foti, Andrea Geller, Carl Jablonski, Alan Lazarus, Elaine Lorenz, Charles Magistro, Gina Miccinilli, Leslie Nobler, Lily Prince, Michael Rees, Steve Rittler, William Truran, Tom Uhlein, Harry Weil and David Zavracky.

The exhibition is one of three on view concurrently in the University Galleries. “Energy Lattice: Benjamin Phelan,” on view in the East Gallery, presents sculptures created by the Brooklyn-based artists during his spring 2013 artist residency at the University. “Without Adornment: Photographs by George Tice,” on view in the South Gallery, presents gelatin silver prints from the renowned New Jersey photographer’s early Paterson series, as well as platinum/palladium prints, in celebration of Tice’s 75th birthday.

This exhibition is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. The William Paterson University Galleries are wheelchair-accessible.  Large-print educational materials are available. For additional information, please call the William Paterson University Galleries at 973-720-2654.


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