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They Made the Cut
Saturday, July 28, 2018, 1:00 pm - Sunday, July 29, 2018, 5:00 pm
To cut, is a process we use over and over again in our daily lives. It has many different meanings and can be both a verb and a noun. Cut can mean to pierce sharply; to divide into parts, to reduce, to stop or to make a sudden shift. It can also mean to remove or exclude from something larger or to make a design in a particular way. The six local artists exhibiting each use cutting as an integral role in creating their own unique artistry.
The artists include; Pamela Dalton (Hillsdale, NY) who is a master in Scherenschnitte, a form of continuous paper cutting often creating traditional motifs; Judith Hoyt (Rosendale, NY) who transforms salvaged scrap metal, wood and bits of old paper and fabric into sculptural figures, jewelry and mounted collage works which often incorporate encaustic painting; Roxie Johnson (Hyde Park, NY) a mixed media artist fascinated with surface qualities; Deb Koffman (Housatonic, MA) whose lighthearted and inspirational work on and with paper can be seen in small table top sculptures and large installation art; Melissa Sarris (Chatham, NY), a quilt maker with an interest in participatory and collaborative work; and Maude White (Hudson, NY), a paper cutting artist who works both on the macro and micro levels. Her new book, BRAVE BIRDS was just released by Abrams Books.
This show will continue through August 12.
Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 1:00-5:00pm