Monthly Archives: May 2016
1. Figurative Sculpture: Uncle Svend’s Duck, Ceramic- The sculpture has an ideal shape of a duck. The Sculpture has a very formal composition which also give its a lot balance within itself, the balance comes from the its duck like shape. … Continue reading
Matthew Barney Curatorial Statement
Maya Character Rotating from Andrew Scelta on Vimeo.
Decreation is the current exhibit at the Fodsick nelson gallery. The gallery started on April 9th and will end May 6th. The day that I attended was April 25th Pieces of artwork were made by two artists, Erin Ethridge, and … Continue reading
Fosdick-Nelson Gallery’s “Faculty exhibition: welcome” opened March second, and closed April first. I attended the facility on March thirty-first. The exhibition was created to introduce the new faculty in the Alfred Universities division of ceramic art. Some of the pieces … Continue reading