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Alfred University professor Joseph Scheer has work included in New Zealand exhibition

Alfred University | 9/04/19

Joseph Scheer
Joseph Scheer

Joseph Scheer, professor of printmaking in Alfred University’s School of Art and Design, is one of four artists whose work is part of an exhibition opening next week in New Zealand.


Joseph Scheer, professor of printmaking in Alfred University’s School of Art and Design, is one of four artists whose work is part of an exhibition opening next week in New Zealand.

Scheer’s work is included in “Places/Positions: Four Artists,” an exhibition set to open Sept. 11 at the Solander Gallery in Wellington, New Zealand. On opening is scheduled for Wednesday evening, Sept. 11; the exhibition will remain in view through Oct. 12.

“Places/Positions: Four Artists” will showcase the work of an international group of artists exploring new forms of collage in mixed media. Other artists whose work is part of the exhibition are Rick Allender, Nuala Gregory, and Yolunda Hickman. Gregory and Scheer make very different uses of Chinese handmade papers to create dynamic color assemblages (Gregory) and detailed images of beautiful moths in the most delicate textures (Scheer).