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Dawn Witter and Leah Swenson

Ceramic based sculpture and mixed media work

Opening July 11, 2014
July 11 - August 1, 2014

explores psychological, physical, and emotional landscapes using the body as a point of focus. Using varying mediums, both artists describe the conscious experience of occupying a body through work that deals with obsession, catharsis, and introspection. Entity breaks up the facets of selfhood, then reorganizes them to form a new perspective.

Dawn Witter and Leah Swenson | Entity

Jillian Piccrilli

Photography based mixed media

Opening September 12, 2014
September 12 - October 3, 2014

Jillian Piccirilli's series-driven art is informed by her interests in narrative and collaboration.

As a rather shy only child, she was schooled by her bohemian mother in the wonders of imaginative play with sophisticated dolls, civilized animals, and elaborate storylines. In her art, she use a variety of mediums and elements of performance to construct unusual tales populated by colorful characters. Piccirilli's co-creators / subjects / models serve as her co-conspirators.

The result is a body of work woven together by gently eccentric narrative threads that draw upon personal history and familial fiction to varying degrees.

Jillian Piccirilli | Serge Paws Jillian Piccirilli | Jordfaestning

Leah M. Hardy


Opening October 10, 2014
October 10 - November 7, 2014

Childhood labors of love included making shoebox dioramas, assembling insect collections and creating secret spaces; these innate endeavors have greatly inspired Leah Hardy's as an adult. Her sculpture is a visual diary for commentary on daily occurrences, dreams, travels and human interaction—illustrating the world and its mysterious events in a poetic, distilled narrative manner. Fragments of the human body, flora/fauna and everyday objects are integrated as iconic symbols into surreal shrine like settings to memorialize strange—and wonderful—life experiences.

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