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63rd Exhibition of Central New York Artists


You are Cordially Invited to the Opening Reception for the 63rd Exhibition of Central New York Artists Saturday, March 2, 2013 5 to 7 p.m. Edward W. Root Sculpture Court Museum of Art Exhibition on view through April 28, 2013

63rd Exhibition of Central New York Artists Jacqueline Adamo Michael Bach Marna Bell Nancy Callahan Ralph Caparulo Willson Cummer Sylvia de Swaan D. Leslie Ferst Lisbeth Firman Lou Getty Erik Halvorson Christine Heller Pooh Kaye Jonathan Kirk Mara Lefebvre Sean Lounsberry Thomas Robert Meyers Daniel Mosner Rhea Nowak Fiona O’downey Lin Price Lynn Schwarzer Sandra Grace Smith Sheila Smith Takashi Soga Gail Strout Kim Carr Valdez Kim Waale Marion Wilson


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LunchArt Talks

Studio Visit

Fridays at 12:15 p.m. Museum of Art Free and open to the public

Meet artists Jonathan Kirk and Takashi Soga Saturday, April 6, 10–11:30 a.m.

March 8 Eclectic Collections Nancy Callahan and Kim Carr Valdez

March 15 On-site installations Christine Heller and Kim Waale

April 5 Close and Distant Lisbeth Firman and Marion Wilson

$15 MWPAI Members; $20 General Admission To purchase tickets, contact the Ticket Office at 797-0055. Space is limited. Sculptors Jonathan Kirk and Takashi Soga share a studio as well as a love for sculpting in metal. Soga is well-known for his largescale kinetic sculptures in outdoor venues, and Kirk for his large and smaller-scale abstract work that references the natural world and industrial architecture. Dutch-treat lunch at a local restaurant to follow. Participants will meet at the Museum and carpool or drive individually to the site, a Utica location.


Art Workshop for Kids of All Ages Animation / Stop-Action Video with Video Artist Pooh Kaye Saturday, April 13, 10 a.m.–noon Museum of Art $15 MWPAI Members; $25 General Admission To purchase tickets, contact the Ticket Office at 797-0055. Space is limited. Have fun working on animation and stop-motion video with artist and choreographer Pooh Kaye, whose lively stop-motion films often contain costumed characters of the animal kind and are just great fun to watch!

Cover: Gail Strout, Fall, Big Chief Pond, 2012, cotton, 29 x 48 in. Inside right panel: Marion Wilson, The Highway Series, 2012, oil paint on glass slide, dimension varies based on installation, 2 x 2 in. each Below left to right: Nancy Callahan, Arcane Language Tools Plucked from a Lexicographer’s Dream, detail, 2011, artist’s book, 42 x 39 x 24 in. Jonathan Kirk, Ashes to Ashes, 2012, painted wood, 21 x 17 x 17 in. Pooh Kaye, The Painted Princess, still, 2011, film to tape, 12:53 Kim Carr Valdez, Watches, Watches, 2010, found objects and stainless steel wire, 63 x 26 x 1 in.



MWPAI 63rd Exhibition of Central New York Artists 2013