Facture Studio

Hex Side Table / Stool, Gradient Gray, 2018

Resin, wood

18 x 18 x 18 in

Facture Studio

Hex Side Table / Stool, Gradient Orange, 2018

Resin, wood

18 x 18 x 18 in

Chris Klapper & Patrick Gallagher

Two Circles on a Plane, 2017

Acrylic and resin

31 x 14 x 1 in           

Chris Klapper & Patrick Gallagher

Aleph-Naught, 2018  

Acrylic and resin

82 x 17 ½ x 1 in

Matilde Alessandra

TRICKSTER, 2018

Edition of 3, Artist Proof

Wood, paint, LEDs, photo filters

30 ½ x 12 x 6 in

Alexa Williams - Wolf City Design

Veronica and JD Mural, 2018

Hand glazed ceramic tiles

72 x 48 in

Ian Trask 

An-Thro-Po-Cene, 2018

plastic packaging, plexiglass, mirror, and LED light in a maple frame

49 x 13 in

Ian Trask 

An-Thro-Po-Cene, 2018

plastic packaging, plexiglass, mirror, and LED light in a maple frame

49 x 13 in

Ian Trask

Harmonious, 2017

piano parts and vaccine vials in a walnut frame

3 x 21 in

Susan Weinthaler

6:1, 2018

Mixed media

24 ½ x 38 in

Susan Weinthaler

14+6, 2018

Mixed media

10 ¾ x 60 ½ in

Edward Granger

Tropic of Cancer, 2018

Oil on panel with 1 ½” metal frame

16 x 20 in

 

Edward Granger

When The Root is Deep, 2018

Oil paint on mirror with wax in 1” metal frame

24 x 24 in

Edward Granger

Poppies #1, 2018

Gunpowder paint and oil paint on mirror with resin in 1” metal frame

24 x 24 in

Emily Church

Long Glow, Winter Light, 2017

oil on linen

20 x 24 in

Emily Church

Field, Brooklyn no.1, 2017

oil on linen

20 x 24 in

Ai Campbell

Cluster #1, 2017

ink, dry pigment, and spray paint on panel

16 x 16 in

Ai Campbell

1 and 1000 #6, 2017

ink, dry pigment, and spray paint on panel

16 x 16 in

Ai Campbell

1 and 1000 #3, 2017

ink, dry pigment, and spray paint on panel

30 x 30 in

REINVENTION

curated by Erin Przekop

March 29 – May 2, 2018

REINVENTION 

curated by Erin Przekop

 

March 29 - May 2, 2018

 

Featuring works by Ai Campbell, Alexa Williams, Chris Klapper and Patrick Gallagher, Edward Granger, Emily Church, Ian Trask, Matilde Alessandra, and Susan Weinthaler.

 

Reinvention presents the work of ten artists selected by curator, Erin Przekop of Fiercely Curious, for their ability to break away from what they already know, moving into uncharted (and often uncomfortable) territory to reimagine, recreate and explore new meanings within their own work. This show is rich in breadth of materials including paintings and sculptures made from oils, inks, mirrors, plexi, acrylic and resin, reclaimed post consumer materials, bent wood, led lights and glazed tiles.

 

"I've grown weary of much of what's been going on in politics recently, however, there's been a lot of change for good as well. For example, there has been an influx of people vocalizing about their personal experiences with sexual harassment and assault. Sadly, this has gone on for far too long, but finally we are recognizing that it is unacceptable behavior. I often revisit a quote by President Obama, "You know, the path this country has taken has never been a straight line. We zig and zag and sometimes we move in ways that some people think is forward and others think is moving back. And that's OK."

So with this in mind, I am thinking about "REINVENTION". Taken out of the political context, each of us during our lives undergoes a desire to reinvestigate who we are, who we want to become for our future selves. I have visited many studios lately where I have seen artists push themselves out of their comfort zone to try something new, work within new parameters, new styles, use different materials challenging themselves to be better artists. I respect their tenacity and this show celebrates each of their (and inspires our own) pursuits of reinvention."

Erin Przekop, curator