Incorporating traditional printmaking techniques with hand-waxing, New Jersey-based artist Tai Hwa Goh creates a site-specific installation that resembles landscapes and biological forms.
Curated by Gallery Manager Emily Johnsen, this exhibition features the work of four photographers who utilize scientific research, conduct experimental studies, or embark on expeditions to capture the passage of time through changing landscapes, organic life cycles, or celestial activity. Exhibiting artists include Caleb Charland, Sharon Harper, Christina Seely and Rachel Sussman.
Curated by Gallery Director Kristen Evangelista, this exhibition addresses our complex, mediated, and often fraught relationship with nature, and features plants as well as photography, drawing, and collage by Dana Fritz, Ellie Irons, Anne Percoco and Tattfoo Tan.
Marsha Goldberg (grand prize winner of the exhibition Ink, Press, Repeat 2014, juried by Susan Tallman) creates intaglio prints, graphite drawings, and oil paintings that are all sourced from news images of explosions. Her focus on the form and light of various smoke plumes provides a meditation on war and the ways we receive information.
Co-organized by the Student Art Association and the William Paterson Art Department, this exhibition features student work juried by WP Art Faculty.
Trained as an artist and mechanical engineer, New Jersey-based sculptor Armando Guiller investigates the aesthetics found in the principles of geometry and nature.
This exhibition highlights recent innovative artwork in varied media by the faculty of William Paterson University's Art Department.
Artists Chakaia Booker, Victor Davson, Ben Jones, Nyugen Smith, Shoshanna Weinberger, and Adrienne Wheeler explore how techniques of collage and assemblage can be a means for rewriting history and reframing identity and representation.
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