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Gallery Write Up: Art History 2

       Hongwei Li. Landscape #2, 2007. Earthenware, raku fired. Phillip Maberry. Venus on a Half Shell, 1987. Ceramic, glazed.   On April 14, 2017, I attended a gallery exposition called Core Sample: Additional Findings at Alfred Ceramic Art … Continue reading

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Gallery wright up

On March 7, 2017, I attended a gallery exposition called “(In) Voluntary Memories,” at Llewellyn Gallery. All collections were created by Alysia Kaplan, who is an interdisciplinary artist based in Rochester, NY. In the gallery, there were four pieces of … Continue reading

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Gallery write up: Interactive Authoring

    On February 4, 2017, I attended a gallery exposition called “Peter Galbert: Continuous Grain,” at Richard & Dolly Maass Galley at Purchase College. Peter Galbert studied painting and photography in college and worked with sheet goods in fast-paced … Continue reading

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Gallery wright up: Interactive Authoring

          On January 24, I attended a gallery exposition called “Paintings by Ivy Stevens-Gupta,” at Hinkle Library Gallery. All collections in the gallery were acrylic paintings. They were painted by Ivy Stevens-Gupta, who is an award-winning … Continue reading

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Gallery Write Up

                         Christina West. the boys, 2006. Earthenware, paint.                          Akio Takamori. Head Teapot, 1991. Porcelain, glazed.   On … Continue reading

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Gallery Wight up

All artworks are displayed at the Harder Hall, Alfred University, 2016. Figurative sculpture Uncle Svend’s Duck, Ceramic, 2016. This is a figurative sculpture of a duck. Even though this sculpture doesn’t have realistic, we can understand this is a duck. … Continue reading

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