BEYOND WHAT THE WORLD CAN SEE: AN INTERVIEW WITH VICTORIA SAVKA

All images courtesy of the artist. Based in Auburn, New York, Victoria Savka has established her practice as an illustrator, ceramic artist, writer, and teacher. Immersed in the countryside of Upstate New York, the artist usually finds inspiration in a bucolic world where cows, sheep, and ducks live freely while inhabiting her work and stories. Curious and playful, Savka incorporates different artistic influences into her practice. From French Impressionists and Post-impressionist painters to Brazilian Modernist architects, she absorbs and reinterprets their methods into her own contemporary style.  In a world…

INSTRUMENTS OF MEMORY AT STUDIO 203

February 26 – April 30, 2022 Instruments of Memory presents artistic work that investigates materiality in relation to history, place, time, and remembrance. This exhibition features new and recent work by four artists based in Los Angeles, California: Dana Funaro, B. Neimeth, Aneesa Shami, and Patricia Yossen. With practices spanning ceramics, painting, photography, fiber art, and sound, the artists investigate how places, landscapes, remains, and objects produce and affect identity and how memory is linked to the tactile and intuitive qualities of the materials. An extension of our site, which…

ABOVE AND UNDER THE SURFACE ONLINE EXHIBITION

Thank you to everyone that visited and participated in ABOVE AND UNDER THE SURFACE. Our first online exhibition featuring archival and family photographs closed March 15th, 2022. For this exhibition photo collectors, photo lovers, and the general public were invited to submit digital images of their photographic objects that memorialize or help trace the history of the image, a moment worth remembering, or a historical occasion for our Online Exhibition & Catalog juried by the Rijksmuseum Photo Conservator, Rosina Herrera and Art Historian, Claudia Pretelin.  ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: The imprints of…