SALEM2SALEM EXHIBITION

Opening: August 15th, 5:30 - 8:00pm

YOUNG AND EMERGING ARTISTS EXHIBITION SESSON 1

Opening: July 11th, 5:30pm - 8pm

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Untitled
acrylic
2015
Walter Dunnington

 

Rainbow Fly’s Poop
dry pastel, paper
2015
Florin Strejac

 

Untitled (Installation)
wood fired ceramics, wood,
slate, iron, bone
2015
Christopher Spinozzi

 

Predictable Outcome
(Stupid Device #3)
wood, foam, rubber, leather, brick
$500
Zach Dietl
 

Intern@tional Stool –
(Work in Process)
steel/ marble/ vermont/ wood/ clay
Alessandra Beltrame

 

Intern@tional Coffee Project
Data Tracing in the Coffee Cup
Alessandra Beltrame

 

Delicate Space (Installation)
Performance In Progress
Alessandra Beltrame

 

I Want You (Installation)
steel, wood, grass, fabric, candies, and bubbles
Alessandra Beltrame

 

Dolyp
enamel, steel
$1000
Daniel Koy

 

Nowhere (Installation)
stone, iron, steel, cloth
Rebecca Allen

 

Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska

 

Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska

 

Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska

 

Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska

Untitled
aluminum casting, wood
2014
Michael Bonadio

 

Should I Stay
chin-colle and intaglio
2015
Denise Anderson

 

Should I Go
chin-colle and intaglio
2015
Denise Anderson

 

Untitled
beeswax, abaca, receipts

Michelle Kwiecien

 

Suitcase
Suitcase, paper, bees wax, light bulb

Michelle Kwiecien



Jacob’s Ladder
Mixed Media
NFS
Roshawn Hill


From Dust
sand, paint, wax, iron, copper,
stone, light
Peter Myers


Untitled
marble, steel
Emma Levitz


Ceramic Works
6 pieces
Emma Levitz


Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska


Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska


Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska


Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska


Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska

Four Stones
wood fired ceramics
2015
Christopher Spinozzi

 

Dixieland in Gold
acrylic, latex, oil
2014
Chase Winkler

 

Poop
ceramic vessel

2015
Yerin Kim

 

Holding On To What You
Already Know (Stupid Device #1)
wood, rope, steel

$500
Zach Dietl

 

Systemic Control
(Stupid Devise #2)
steel, rope, cast iron
$500
Zach Dietl



Zach Dietl

Works in Progress
2 pieces
wood, paint

 

Untitled
3 min performance
latex, sugar glass
Lisa Marie Stephens

 

Ceramic Works
ceramics
Justin Mastrangelo

 

Studio Space
various screen printed works
Justin Mastrangelo

 

 

Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska

 

Oil on Canvas
2015
Ewelina Bochenska

 

Oh, for the love of time! (Installation)
ceramics, clothes, ink, paper,
steel, wood

Justin Mastrangelo

 

Work in Progress
oil on canvas
2015
Harry Orlyk



IMAGES EXTRACTED FROM NATURE

Ingrid Ludt & Angus McCullough

On Display: June 20th - July 18th

Opening: July 11th, 5:30pm - 8pm

Cary House Gallery

 Angus McCullough Artist Statement 

I am a thinker, designer, and maker. My work investigates physical and conceptual environments to pursue knowledge with observation, material processes and performance. I am particularly interested in what is ignored or hidden – the things that influence thought processes on a subconscious level. Every project starts with a thought (or a dream) and is materialized however seems best, keeping in mind that thought itself is a plastic medium. The resultant feedback inevitably changes the work, and projects often span multiple practices to interrogate underlying ideologies. My goal is to eloquently communicate with a viewer in a language that is new to both of us. 

My artwork has been shown in galleries and museum up and down the east coast including the Bronx Museum of the Arts, The Bennington Museum, Buoy Gallery, Judson Memorial Church, and will have my first international show in 2015 at The Lust Gallery in Vienna, Austria. I've worked on architecture projects in Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Missouri and Washington state in firms, design-build studios and under my own direction. I've been an artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY I am currently based in North Bennington, VT. www.angusmccullough.com

 

Ingrid Ludt Artist Statement 

Ingrid Ludt was born in upstate New York in 1970. Ludt works predominantly in sculpture and drawing. She completed an MFA in Painting from SUNY Albany in 2004. Ludt was an Associate Curator at The Fields Sculpture Park at Omi International Arts Center and an Adjunct Professor in drawing at SUNY Albany. Her award winning work has been featured in group and solo exhibitions nationally. Ludt recently had a solo show with Chashama in New York City where she created a site specific installation In Blue that explores human consciousness in relationship to nature. She lives and works in Clifton Park, NY and Sherborn, MA.

RAW. WORKS

Work by Craig Usher

On Display: May 30th - June 13th

Opening: May 29th, 6pm - 8pm

Cary House Gallery

Raw Works review by  Kristen Racaniello NY Art Historian/ Critic Raw Works provides an unadulterated glimpse into the life and experiential production of Craig Usher, an itinerant American artist whose works breathe new meaning and direction into a stagnating culture of social media and selfie reproductionism.  Usher pushes against the status quo of the art world and attempts to create empathic material forms which counteract the scathing realities of contemporary disconnection within a world of fast paced, surface interactions and over abundant production.  Harkening back to post war era artists such as David Smith or Hans Hartung, Raw Works is indebted to and reforming notions of individuality and expressionism. The harsh geometry of metal clashes with sedimentary, figurative and yet otherworldly earth-based mediums in the forms presented here. This conflict of material spans time and space in a survey of the past decade of organic growth within Usher’s tactile manifestations. 

Craig Usher’s work is uncomfortable today because it rejects an impersonal, clinical approach to interpretation. Raw Works effectively summarizes the discontent of the artist within the context of fashion and the capitalist market.  It displays works which seek to reconnect with the lost, forgotten, or ignored elements of life; presence, consciousness, patience, and persistence. Raw works provides an intimate view of the artist and maker; an view which is manifested both materially and psychologically.


AT HOME WITH AMERICA

You’re U.S.’s premier traveling exhibit.

On Display: March 19th - 23rd

Opening: March 20th: 6pm - 9pm

Multimedia cohort You’re U.S. kicks off At Home With America, a nationally touring exhibit exploring lives of a 30 contemporary Americans. Seeming standard classical portraits and biographies spring to life with the scan of a smartphone, revealing secret radio portraits scored with original compositions. Throughout the seven week show You’re U.S. will be partnering local middles schools, holding demonstrations from radio making to portrait painting, and offering weekly opportunities to record oral histories.

For four years the itinerant painter Emile B Klein has cycled into the inner sanctum of strangers lives, learning about a country you won’t find on the news. These creations, exploring subjects such as religion, race, fame, and environment, were created in collaboration with dozens of American writers, composers, and radio producers.  Each story walks the line between the personal and the foreign, exploring America’s cross cultural harmony. 

You’re U.S.’s premier exhibit, At Home With America, takes you along for a five-year journey across the United States. The exhibit uses portraits, biographies, and radio stories to bring Americas varied people into one room. This is probably the only place where you can meet a nun, a rodeo owner, a survivalist, and a gangster with a doctorate in a matter of minutes. In this room you’ll find over two-dozen stories from 11 states. These stories were created by dozens of musicians, writers, artists, plus one homeless artist with a dream to place America’s varied people at the forefront of history.

 

 

ABOUT YOU’RE U.S.

You’re U.S. has used visual, literal, and audio arts to tell the story of contemporary America since 2010. Their stories air regularly on NPR and have been shown in galleries across the U.S. Visit their website at http://youreus.com/

Last years 2014 Exhibitions 

Stephen Brucker & Denise Anderson

June 4th - June 28th

Exhibition Opening: June 7th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm


Clay Paper Ash Paint

Dan Greenfield & Anne Richter

June 20th - July 12th

Exhibition opening: July 11th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Abstract Assertions

Victoria Palermo & Ewelina Bochenska

July 11th - July 27th

Exhibition opening: July 11th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm



Cynthia Rosen & Regis Brodie

August 1st - August 31st

Exhibition opening: August 1st, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm 


Lauren Sandler & Claire Sherwood

September 5th - September 28th

Exhibition opening: September 5th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm


Young and Emerging Artist Exhibition

September 14th - October 5th

Exhibition opening: September 28th, 6:00pm - 8:00pm