Category Archives: 2019

SEABA’s Art Hop

Exhibit Date: 09/06/2019 - 09/07/2019
(Posted: September 13, 2019)

The Champlain College Art Gallery will be open for Art Hop on Friday, September 6th, from 5-10PM and Saturday, September 7th, from 10AM-5PM. Come up the hill to view Traces by Linda E. Jones.

WHISPERS – Can You Hear the Enemy?

Exhibit Date: 09/16/2019 - 10/02/2019
(Posted: August 23, 2019)

Opening reception/Q&A: Sept. 19, 4-6PM Residency from Sept. 16–20, on view from Sept. 20–Oct. 02 Investigations and production focusing on the politics of space. Reinhardt is interested in “charged sites,” sites endowed with significant histories. She is interested in exploring the relationship between space, memory and history. The gallery will host Reinhardt work for the last […]

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Making, Unmaking: The Moon is the Moon

Exhibit Date: 11/01-11/27
(Posted: August 12, 2019)

This project is a collaboration with Artists in Residence Barbara & Norton Garber.  Over a two week period they will explore the ancient art of Haiku not only in words but with visual imagery and sound. Working on the Gallery walls, imbued with the liberating forces of simplicity and subtraction, they will compose visual and sound Haiku. Student’s from Core […]

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Dimensions of Connection

Exhibit Date: 10/09-10/30
(Posted: August 12, 2019)

  Dimensions of Connection is an ongoing collaboration between performance and multi-media artist Anna Huff and Creative Media faculty member Al Larsen exploring how the human psyche coexists with emerging technology practices. Dimensions of Connection will combine interactive media, performance and sculptural props that invite playful exploration. Some pieces will be created during the residency […]

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Linda E. Jones finds influence from archaeological finds, medical references, natural objects. Jones’ extensive career as a mixed media artist working in paint and encaustic mediums on paper, wood, and canvas. Traces is a retrospective of selected works including new work inspired by personal archaeological exploration.

 

Jones was born in Irvington New York has been a practicing artist for over 38 years. Linda has widely exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the US and is represented in both private and public collections.

Come view Traces in the Champlain College Art Gallery in the CCM Building on the 2nd floor.

Opening Reception: August 1, 5-7 PM

On view: August 1 – September 13

Closing Reception: September 13, 4-7 PM

The Champlain College Art Gallery will be open for Art Hop on Friday, September 6th, from 5-10PM and Saturday, September 7th, from 10AM-5PM.

 

Traces Catalogue