AU Press Releases
Fosdick Nelson Gallery presents Circular Logic exhibition
The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, School of Art and Design at Alfred University, is hosting a new exhibition titled “Circular Logic,” from Friday, Sept. 4-Sunday, Oct. 18. The exhibit features works by Lyn Carter and Ani Hoover.
Carter’s sculpture of stretched fabric and Hoover’s process paintings explore the geometry of the circle, transforming the simple shape into complex abstractions.
Carter, a Toronto native, references the domestic and architectural, creating work that is both familiar and extraordinary. She received a master of fine arts degree from York University in Toronto. Her earlier education took place at the Banff Centre of Fine Art, Banff, Alberta, and the Ontario College of Art in Toronto.
Hoover, a Buffalo artist, uses repetition and layering to convey the passage of time.
For more information on Carter visit www.peakgallery.com. For more information on Hoover visit www.anihoover.com.
The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery is a learning center for the visual arts. Rotating exhibitions highlight work by established and emerging artists working in New York, the United States, and abroad.
Located in rural New York, the Gallery is the only established contemporary art venue within a 60-mile radius for the community to experience a diverse mix of art firsthand and to participate in a forum of contemporary art and culture. Extended programming, including gallery lectures and special projects, gives students and members of the community an opportunity to engage with artists, curators, and scholars.
The Fosdick-Nelson Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and 1 to 3 p.m. weekends. The Gallery is closed University holidays. For more information contact Sharon McConnell, director of the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, at 607.871.2149, or at email@example.com.