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A.D. Gallery

On View

 

Crossover and Composites:

Hybrid Forms, Techniques and Media

 

On View: January 12 through February 20

Reception: Thursday, January 22, 3-4:30pm

 

The A.D. Gallery is pleased to present a juried exhibition of works that offer a contemporary look at progressive approaches to hybridization. Collectively, the fifteen artists in Crossover and Composites show a range of styles, materials and approaches that reflect the breadth and complexity of hybridization in contemporary art today. While some deconstruct the traditional roles of artist and curator, others focus on a unification of distinct media, while still others highlight the role of process to create a fusion of materials and techniques. Each piece is a strikingly unique testament to the innovation possible in contemporary art.

Participating artists: Elaine Abbe, Mary Ann Anderson,  Janet Braun-Reinitz, David Bligh, McArthur Freeman, Ronald Gonzalez, Bethany Haeseler, Elizabeth Johnson, Yaejin Lim, Jill Parisi, Nathan Pietrykowski, Alan Skees, Janet Suarez, Sayaka Suzuki and Margi Weir

 

Prize Winners:  1ST PRIZE: Margi Weir, Antimaccasar, 2014

 

 

2ND PRIZE: Janet Braun-Reinitz, Dangerous Document #56, 2014

 

 

 

3RD PRIZE: Nathan Pietrykowski, Tele, the Soothsayer at Sea, 2014

 

 

Select Works of Art:

McArthur Freeman, Three Heads, 2014

 

Bethany Haessler, "...You Were Supposed to be a Twin.", 2014

 

Ronald Gonzalez, Snared Embrace, 2014

 

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