Introspectives is a national exhibition of autobiographical works by female artists. Curated by Alice Neel and Lynn Gumpert. Artists Marla Alquilar, Sonia Balassanian, Lisa A. Bateman, Jill Bedgood, Emily Berger, Cheryl Bogdanowitsch, Beth Bolgla, Nicolette Bromberg, Joan Ingoldsby Brown, Susan Hardy Brown, Jeri Burdick, Donna Zarbin Byrne, Janet Carkeek, Sue
Guatemala: A Testimonial features the work of US and Mexican photojournalists, who cover the violent militarization of Guatemala and its citizens' flight to Chiapas, Mexico. The exhibition is accompanied by panels, examples of traditional costume, and drawings by Guatemalan refugee children.
Artist Discoveries '84: A Rochester Perspective features a photogram collage by Nancy Gonchar, non-camera multi-color photograms by Janis Croft, steel and copper decorative vessels by Chris Ellison, multilayered serigraphic paintings by Shauna Hanning, and photography by Linne Underhill. Artists Nancy Gochar, Janis Croft, Linne Underhill, Shauna Hanning, and Christopher Ellison
Three Photographers features two series of color photographs by Margit Emmrich (West Germany): Women in their Holiday Dress and People in their Sitting Rooms. Also exhibited are works by photographer Tomaz Lunder (Yugoslavia) and artist Bill Lampeter (Rochester, NY).
Six Plus Twelve is a national invitational exhibition of contemporary approaches to craft media, featuring artists working in metal, wood, fiber, blown glass, flat glass, and ceramics. One artist from each of the represented media is invited to select two other artists in their field, inspiring the title Six Plus
Into The 80's: a New Aesthetic? features work that confronts questions concerning the directions of contemporary artists as they attempt to continue where modernism left off. Artists Wayne Franklin, Judy Heimann, Don Irwin, Albert Robbins, Sheryl Dudley-Heese, Sasha Trouslou, Kathy Simmons, Tom Haduk
National Mail Art Exhibition presents a wide cross-section of art exploring the Mail Art Phenomenon, a movement of artistic correspondence aimed at bypassing the traditional channels in which the business of art operates. All featured works incorporate postage into their format. Artists C. Fornari, C.T. Chew, Linda Osterhage, Alan Hoffman,
Our Hispanic Community is presented in partnership with the Puerto Rican Arts and Cultural Center and features work highlighting the rich and diverse cultural heritage of the Rochester, NY Hispanic community, as seen through the lenses of three area photographers: Marilyn Anderson, Leslie Locketz, and Ira Srole. Rochester Hispanic artists
Large Scale presents paintings and sculptures in large, and often environmental, proportions. Environment, space, physical interaction, and human relationships influence the presented works. Artists Nina Borgia Aberle, Barry Briesch, Richard Zakin, Joseph Jarroff, Monty Stephenson, Tom Lacagnina, Mike Whiteman, Thomas Nelson, Paul St. Germain, David Dudley Doernberg, Naomi Bossom, Elsbett Grove,
Clay, Wood, Fiber, Glass II is the second contemporary craft-art exhibition at the gallery, and features the work of craft-persons from throughout New York State. The exhibition focuses on the shift from craft as function, to the use of craft techniques in contemporary art. Artists Nina Borgia Aberle, Barry Briesch, Richard
Emerging Photographers features works from a selection of New York State's emerging artists. It includes work in color photography, mixed media, and collage. The exhibition focuses on the changes in the media's approach and the concerns of contemporary photographers.
Paper Paper Paper features handmade paper artworks that express the various viewpoints of the artists. The pieces include wall art and decorative vessels. The Fantastic Collage by Bruce Klauck, presents pieces that use either fantastic realism or diffused abstraction. Artists Patricia Ambrogi, Jan Ruby-Baird, Margaret Crawford, Rob Seiminski, Kay Stowell, Emily
A Contemporary Photographic Viewpoint celebrates the 10 year anniversary of the Visual Studies Workshop. The exhibition features the work of 20 photographers and VSW staff members. Photographic methods include silver and non-silver photography mixed media, photo off-set, and large format images. Artists Nathan Lyons, Keith Smith, Janis Williams, Charles Stainbeck,
Erotica Neurotica is a group exhibition featuring artworks that emphasize the line between the erotic, dreams, and personal introspection. Artists Susan Aldrich, Patricia Ambrogi, Jappie King Black, Patricia Bryan, Craig Clark, Eddie Davis, Frank Duffy, Denise Fabrizio, Renee Reeves Gibb, Mark Havill, Dellas R. Henke, Phillip Jacobson, Charles Kingsley, Debora
Elizabeth's Dream features a series of 12 mixed media paintings by Michael Harris, who explores color and space relationships and human emotions with painstaking technique. Staff-O-Rama features works by members of the gallery staff, including Albert Robbins, Antonio Petracca, and Roger Trietly.
Edwin Bryce Epoxy by William Rowe includes a series of meticulously detailed photo-alterations. The simple sepia-toned portrait of Edwin Byrce Epoxy, a modern-day saint, starts the artist's phantasmagoric vision. Also exhibited are a collection of published books by the artist and color Xerography works.
Glass Art: Dateline Rochester is an invitational glass exhibition featuring 22 artists from the US and Europe, with examples of stained, blown, etched, and sculpture glass. Artists Dale Chihuly, Richard Marquis, Mary Shaffer, Valerie O'Hara, Leon Applebaum, Jody Storm, Nancy Gong, Lino Taglia Pietra, William Glassner, Jon Meyer, Rickie Duffy
Details is an exhibition of two and three dimensional art works by regional and national artists. The exhibition focuses on a detailed approach to the art-making, precise technical involvement in a process, and an emphasis on control of the materials. Artists Sheila Wells, Ed Derwent, Launa Pejovic, Kevin Frank, Linda