Monday, April 5, 2010

MFA Graduation Exhibition Series at the Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery | Purchase College SUNY

Purchase College SUNY, School of Art+Design MFA candidates present a series of solo and two-person shows at the Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery on view April 5th through April 30th with receptions taking place April 15th, 22nd and 29th from 5-7pm.

Scott Daniel Ellison starts off the series with Raccoons, an exhibition of found photographs of people interacting with the misunderstood and highly adaptable raccoon; the photographs negotiate the ever-changing boundaries that divide human beings from their natural habitat. Tom Sarver combines humor, social commentary and low-tech gadgetry to explore relationships between the art world and the everyday. In Queasy, Sarver examines medical phobias and anxieties. In her exhibition, Walking A Fine Line, Merav Ezer explores the psychological and physical implications of self-created environments. Finishing off the series is Separate Heads, a two-person show featuring the work of Neil Dvorak and Rachel Wiecking. Neil Dvorak creates objects that investigate the relationship between artifact and functionality, while Rachel Wiecking's work uses techniques of casting, printmaking and sculpture to force collisions between physiological and utilitarian systems.

Scott Daniel Ellison: Raccoons | On View: April 5-9, 10-5pm

Tom Sarver: Queasy
On View: April 12-16, 10-5pm
Reception: Thursday, April 15th, 5-7pm

Merav Ezer: Walking A Fine Line
On View: April 19-23, 10-5pm
Reception: Thursday, April 22nd, 5-7pm

Neil Dvorak and Rachel Wiecking: Separate Heads
On View: April 26-29, 10-5pm
Reception: Thursday, April 29th, 5-7pm

Purchase College SUNY
School of Art+Design
Visual Arts Building)
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577

This event is free and open to the public.


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