2014 Solo Exhibitions

Joseph Cavalieri
Joseph Cavalieri
Image courtesy of Fred Hatt
Image courtesy of Fred Hatt
Image courtesy of Keena Gonzalez
Image courtesy of Keena Gonzalez
Image courtesy of Keena Gonzalez
Image courtesy of Keena Gonzalez

Deliver Us From Our Addictions

The Stained Glass work of  Joseph Cavalieri

Church of St. Paul the Apostle

January 7 - February 13

Curator: Joyce Yamada

 

Joseph Cavalieri’s “Deliver  Us From Our Addictions” is a meditative and somewhat comical series of  21st century dependencies in stained glass. The  series illustrates a grouping of mental and physical addictions to which  we moderns are  prone, ranging from  consumerism, mind-altering drugs, smoking, over-eating, love obsession, to fashion victims and outright evil!

 

www.cavaglass.com

Quicken
Passage
image courtesy of Keena Gonzalez
image courtesy of Keena Gonzalez
image courtesy of Keena Gonzalez

Enceinte

The work of Brian Wood

Church of St. Paul the Apostle

March 7 - April 1

Curator: Michael Berube

 

Wood states:

“The pre-lingual lack of separation from one’s mother and the undifferentiated void of the infant’s world quickly give way to the necessary experience of difference, boundaries, self-awareness, language, and time. The death of Orpheus is an arresting image of the tail-end of this state: his body torn to pieces and cast into the landscape while his head is held by the flowing river Hebrus, singing as it is swept out to sea. In that head, floating to Lesbos, live memories of underworld and ecstasy. I’m particularly interested in the mysterious way images constantly arrive in consciousness, fluoresce, and die. All this in a flash that remains largely unconscious as images instantly reify toward meaning and language and are then put to service as identity, self, and workaday narcissism. I experience the process of drawing as a tracing of arising being and imagery, shifting mental states, embodied experience, and fragments of memory. Once reaching a state of holding/stasis and fully immanent with meaning, but just before solidifying into a particular meaning, the drawing is complete. The resultant image often feels very alien to me and each drawing is quite different.


This exhibition has coalesced around mourning for my mother, Phyllis Cicily Ana Wood, who recently passed away. It will include work that refers to my earliest experience of mother and the show will be dedicated to her.”

 

brianwoodstudio.com

 

Read Holland Cotter's (from the New York Times) review here

Tom Weaver
Tom Weaver Exhibition
Tom Weaver Exhibition

Squibs and Elixirs

New paintings by Tom Weaver

Church of St. Paul the Apostle

October 25 - December 2

Curators:  Michael Berube and Sandra Mack-Valencia

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Image courtesy of Fred Hatt