Upstate Invitational 2007

Upstate Invitational 2007 features the work of five artists from the Rochester, Syracuse, and Buffalo regions. Artists Anne Havens, Dusty Herbig, Jason Smith, Mahine Rattonsey, Carrie Will

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Beeline

Beeline features work by Heather Page. Her works reveal her insecurity when crossing new locations and perspectives. Beeline features textures and patterns that mimic the landscape Page has traveled.

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Makers & Mentors 2007

Makers & Mentors 2007: Four Decades and a Reading Room features large scale portrait photographs by Joan Lyons and artists' books from the Visual Studies Workshop Press.

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16th Annual Members Exhibition

The 16th Annual Members Exhibition: [Object]ivity features artworks by RoCo's members.

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Land-Tracking-Land

Land-Tracking-Land presents a series of work examining artists' interpretations of cityscape, landscape, and architecture. Artists Kim Beck, Peer Bode, Arne Borgan, Terry Conrad, Andrew Deutsch, [dNASAb], Monica Duncan, Marius von der Fehr, Aaron Miller, Are Mokkelbost, Endre Tveitan, Matthew Underwood, Stephen Vitiello, Necole, Zayatz, Rachel Ziegler-Sheridan

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Earth-works

Earth-works presents works by Joe Fastaia that explore the vehicle of development and present trucks as a symbol for the change that an area of land in the artist's hometown undergoes.

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The Flowery War

The Flowery War presents a history of plans by artist Cindy DeFelice to alter the Soldier’s Monument in Caledonia, NY, which was approved, then prohibited from installation. Rather than displaying beautiful snapshots of the installation, DeFelice exhibits the war of lawsuits, village groups and boards, and artistic free speech through

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Horseplay

Horseplay presents Ann Welles' paintings, which reflect upon her fascination with how toys and imaginative play resonate in the memories of both children and adults.

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Systems + Propositions

Systems + Propositions is a duo series exhibition featuring the work of Carin Mincemoyer and Julian Montague.

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Little Windows on Big Water

Little Windows on Big Water is an exhibition of work by Kathryn Gaspar Going. Her paintings demonstrate an acute awareness of the subtle differences between bodies of water such as the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.

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Up Against The Wall

Up Against The Wall is a live-action drawing show and exhibition. Artists Jake Allen, Shawn Dunwoody, Kathleen Farrell, AJ Fries, Thomas Holt, Michael Moncibaiz, Masha Ryskin, Christine Walsh, Collette Watts, Adam Weekley

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Black Factory

The Black Factory is an interactive performance art installation on wheels, whose mission is to travel the country to start conversations about class, race, and difference.

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Insatiable

Insatiable presents work by Israeli-born artist Orit Raff and provides a photographic comparison of bakeries in the United States and in Israel.

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Upstate Invitational 2006

Upstate Invitational 2006 features works by five regional artists and includes installation, found objects, and photography. Artists Kelly Jacobson, Julieve Jubin, Gerald Mead, Judi Strahota, Nathan Sullivan

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Linkages

Linkages features work by Robin Cass. In this body of work she draws a line between the fragile nature of the human body and that of glass.

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Ho Che Anderson: Images from King, Comic Books, and Beyond

Ho Che Anderson: Images from King, Comic Books, and Beyond is an exhibition of drawings and sketches by graphic novelist Ho Che Anderson. A large portion of the exhibition features artwork for King, a three-volume comic book biography of Martin Luther King, Jr. Other topics include horror, erotica, and urban

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Walkingposters

Walkingposters presents work by Richard Metzgar. This body of work addresses a cycle of on-going investigations on urbanism that Metzgar has explored as a member of the art/architectural collective spurse.

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Lift/Left

Lift/Left is an installation by Deborah Jack using video, sound, text, and still images to present a central visual of a body moving through space and sea. The basis for the work is the myth of the flying Africans, enslaved persons who would not accept slavery and jumped off the

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15th Annual Members Exhibition

The 15th Annual Members Exhibition: Appendix presents artworks by RoCo's members.

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Narcissive

Narcissive by Emily Claman is an exploration of portraiture done in acrylic paints.

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We Don’t Have Miracles, But We Do Have Guns

We Don’t Have Miracles, But We Do Have Guns features new work by Kevin Kenific and includes paintings in oil, acrylic, pen, and pencil on canvas.

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Mind’s Eye Pried

Mind's Eye Pried features surreal paintings by Sean O'Connor.

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(un)bound

(un)bound is a juried exhibition in collaboration with the Rochester Institute of Technology's Special Collections. Included are traditional bound books, sculptural pieces, and quilts. Artists Brian Arnold, Roberly Bell, Jappie King Black, Ryan Boatright, Patricia Buckley, Stephanie Bursese, Colleen Buzzard, Nancy Chalker-Tennant & Janet Kaufman, Diane Chichelli, Stephan Dybas, Jan

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The Daze of Art: 21st Annual Art Auction

The Daze of Art: 21st Annual Art Auction features silent and live bidding with guest auctioneer Richard Storms.

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New Work by Joel Swartz

New Work features photographs by Joel Swartz, whose work explores the relationships between people and everyday occurrences. Swartz chose to work with a limited palette of colors in each piece, which challenged him to concentrate on the subtle highlights and shadows of the designed surfaces.

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Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn Bridge is a group exhibition featuring the work of Thomas Brouillette, Shoshana Dentz, Sue Havens, and Erica Svec.

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Makers & Mentors 2004

Makers & Mentors: Stewart & Stewart is the first exhibition in the Makers & Mentors series. This father and son pairing present their combined body of work to illustrate the influence of their relationship.

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Upstate Invitational

The Upstate Invitational presents work from three regional artists: Myra Greene, Matthew Gehring, and Richard Harrington.

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14th Annual Members Exhibition

The 14th Annual Members Exhibition: Dialogues presents artworks by RoCo's members.

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The Forgotten Ones

The Forgotten Ones presents black and white photographs by documentary photographer Milton Rogovin (Buffalo, NY). The exhibition combines Rogovin's photographs of Buffalo over five decades with artifacts and audio installations by Sound Portrait Productions.

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Atmospheres

Atmospheresfeatures paintings by Evelyne Albanese. Albanese draws inspiration from her time growing up in Switzerland, and from her experiences with color and emotion within the natural environment. Her exhibited paintings take the form of abstract landscapes and are inspired by her home overlooking Canandaigua Lake.

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Upstate Invitational 2003

Upstate Invitational 2003 presents the work of eight emerging regional artists from Rochester, Ithaca, Syracuse, and Hamilton, NY. The exhibited works include mixed-media glass sculpture, installation and interactive CDs, oil paintings, digital paintings, and photographs. Artists Sean Irwin, Philip Mallory Jones, Laura Ledbetter, Robin Cass, Rolando Galardi, Paul Dodd, Clifford

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Happiness is Electric Living

Happiness is Electric Living is an installation by Allen C. Topolski as part of the Cultural View: Windows in Rochester project, in which the Sibley Center donates illuminated window space in return for one-year commitiments from various institutions to fill the window with their own professional displays.

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Lawn D’Arts II

Lawn D'Arts II provides a non-conventional exhibition space situated within artists' front lawns and accessible to the entire community. The participating artists create works composed of found objects, perennials, shrubbery, gardening tools, bird baths, Christmas trees, and many other front lawn accessories. The works allow homeowners to display their talents

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Making Sense

Making Sense is a slideshow installation by Colleen Buzzard that explores perceptions of patterns, order, and significance; map making, text, collections, and charts are used to investigate these concepts.

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Ossification

Ossification is an installation by Lyn Parsons as part of the Cultural View: Windows in Rochester project, in which the Sibley Center donates illuminated window space in return for one-year commtiments from various institutions to fill the window with their own professional displays. Parsons' installation deals with issues of anxiety,

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Lawn D’Arts

Lawn D'Arts is an exhibition of installations on front or side lawns composed of found objects, prevalent perennials, shrubbery, gardening tools, sprinklers, and other lawn features. Artists Marion Faller, Jean Fulton, Judy Levy, George Campbell McDade, Vincent Massaro, Jennifer Schwarting

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Hide & Seek

Hide & Seek: A Traveling Exhibition That Doesn't Move features the work and installations of artists living and working in the Rochester, NY area. Locations of the exhibition include a front lawn, a city elementary school, a website, a homeless shelter, and a coffee shop. Artists Kath Anderson, Nancy Chalker-Tennant,

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Upstate Invitational 2001

Upstate Invitational 2001 features the work of eight regional artists, whose work includes video and installation pieces, large scale black and white photographic images, environmental sculptures, paintings, and found objects. Artists Michael Baumann, Carol Golemboski, Bill Hastings, Sydney Licht, Scott McCarney, Brian Peterson, Lawson Smith, Koji Tambata

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Bird Watching in Rochester

Bird Watching in Rochester is an outdoor installation by Jane Ingram Allen.

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Works by Cinda Kelly, Elizabeth McDade, and Linda McFadden

In Works by Cinda Kelly, Elizabeth McDade, and Linda McFadden, Kelly explores the possibilities and qualities of paper as a medium; McDade examines issues of hero worship and gardening, and McFadden explores her interpretation of a text by combining hand-lettering with drawing and painting.

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10th Annual Members Exhibition

The 10th Annual Members Exhibition: Primary Colors features work by member artists working in painting, sculpture, printmaking, video, drawing, weaving, photography, and installation.

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Three Solo Exhibitions

Three Solo Exhibitions presents paintings by C. Ann Carter, oils by Wendy Menzie, and drawings by Kenneth Morgan.

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9th Annual Members Exhibition

The 9th Annual Members Exhibition: Bad Love/Cold Coffee/Real Life presents the work of eighty-six member artists united by the themes of bad love, cold coffee, and real life. Artists Carol Aquilano, Kathryn Andrews, Jesse Arana, Solange Arana, Mary Arp, Richard Bertrand, David Sarle Brown, Belinda Bryce, Sandra Cain, Nancy Chalker-Tennant,

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The Female Gaze: Women Look at Men

The Female Gaze: Women Look at Men features the work of ten female artists. This exhibition reverses centuries of art history as female artists study the male form. Artists Cinthea Fiss, Clarissa Sligh, Judy Gelles, Kate McCabe, Nichole Cousino, Laylah Ali, Naomi Spellman, Catherine M. Judge, Mariette Pathy Allen, Laura

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Imaginary Crimes

Imaginary Crimes presents the work of Sonja Rodrigue and Stephen Sheffield, two artists who found a mutual interest in each other's styles and began a collaborative project. Influenced by film noir, Rodrigue and Sheffield reconstruct fragments of a fatal scene using a large format hand held camera to photograph one

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Back From the Future

Back From the Future features paintings by Tony Petracca.

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20/20

20/20 is an invitational exhibition featuring artists who participated in the very first Pyramid Gallery exhibition in April 1977. Artists Patti Ambrogi, Suzanne Brunner, Ross Chirico, Yvonne Cupolo, Paulette Davis, Emily Dubois, Linda Glossner, Joe Hendrick, John Kavanaugh, David Lortz, Miki Mand, Anna Pomaska, Albert Robbins, Keith Smith, Roger Trietley,

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Tools of the Trade: Anti-Tech at the End of the 20th Century

Tools of the Trade: Anti-Tech at the End of the 20th Century features mixed-media works, artifacts, and large-scale sculptures that address the concept of technology in cultural and historical contexts. Artists Harold Coogan, Bill Hoag, Cherry Rahn, Jeff Root, Walter Zimmerman

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Red Dreams

Red Dreams is a collaborative bookwork by Virginia Beth Shields.

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