Frontline Arts is pleased to present incredible works from our Artist Membership, including prints, handmade paper, paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs.
Works were selected through a blind jury process conducted by Guest Juror, MARCHELO VERA.
The works in this show represent the broad range of talents and concepts from member artists: Chee Bravo, Marco Bras, Jean Burdick, Jeanne Coogan, Dave DiMarchi, Sandra Fernandez, Lya Finston, Caren Friedman, Rachel Heberling, Laurie Hinzman, Shellie Jacobson, Simon Keller, Judith A. Lieberman, Lisa Madson, Len Merlo, Arlene Gale Milgram, Mary Ann Miller, Pat Feeney Murrell, Deborah Pey, Pat Pickard, Maria Pisano, Kenneth Schnall, Leokadia Stanik, Judy Tobie, Katherine Weiss, Scot Wittman, and Barbara Zietchick.
exhibition runs: february 12 - march 29, 2019
opening reception: thursday, february 28th from 6:00-8:00pm
Snacks and refreshments will be served.
GUEST JUROR BIO: MARCHELO VERA
Marchelo Vera is an internationally based Puerto Rican-American print media artist, educator, and designer. He received his MFA specializing in Contemporary Printmaking from Rochester Institute of Technology under the tutelage of non-toxic pioneer, Keith Howard.
His concepts and interests explore the convergence of traditional print techniques such as intaglio and screen printing with interdisciplinary methods that utilize photography, video, and sound.
He is currently an Assistant Professor of Printmaking at The College of New Jersey and has previously taught at Lincoln University of Missouri and RIT. Marchelo serves on the board of directors for SGC International as editor of Graphic Impressions, an annually published printmaking community journal.
His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including fellowships and art exchanges across the Philippines, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, China, Cuba, and Kenya. Vera’s projects include Riverwards Press based in Philadelphia, PA and co-curating an exhibition at YUI Gallery, Chinatown in conjunction with the 2018 NYC Print Fair. His research areas of interest are Asian studies, globalization and urban sociology – gentrification.
Accessibility: The exhibition is held in our Main Gallery on the upper level of the studios, accessible only by stairs located inside of the building. There are two flights of seven stairs to access the upper level. Staff will accompany any individual through gallery exhibits or a tour of the facilities if assistance or accommodation services are requested. There is seating available in the gallery.
Large print materials may be requested within the same day and can be printed, emailed, or direct mailed prior to your visit. Digital media alternate formats can be requested with three days advanced notice. Please allow two weeks advanced notice for requests for other accommodations.
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