Focus on the Figure Dec 4- Jan 2, 2011 Curator: Janet Hamlin and Elizabeth Sayles Selections from our weekly figure drawing sessions Annual Small Matters of Great Importance October 16 – November 28, 2010 Juror: Clare Bell, Program Manager Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Selected Artists: Ruth Avra, Suzanne Baron, Zoe Berkovic, Critz Campbell, Kimberly Clark, Jim Crable, Carl Demeulenaere, Charolette Forsythe, James Fuhrman, Marilyn Gelfand, Kathleen Gerard, Arthur Gunther, Michael Iskowitz, Amy Keefer, Lucy Kehati, Dana Kleinman, Dawnice Kerchaert, Polly Law, Elizabeth Leal, Mica McCann, Stephen Mead, Josh Millis, Rachel Moseley, Christin Mulder, Natasha Rabin, Richard Raiselis, Ed Rehbein, Mary Ann Reilly, Silvia Rudolf, Jennine Scarboro, Gary Schwartz, Craig Usher, Robbii Wessen, William Waggoner, Win Zibeon
Coast to Coast: Paintings by Nathan Horner and Peter Jerry August 28- October 10, 2010 California artist Nathan Horner and New York artists Peter Jerry create realist paintings of landscapes and transportation that are uniquely of their place.
Perspectives on the Figure: Work by Janet McKenzie, Jan Valerie Polk , Cheryl Wheat July 17- August 22, 2010 Three different artists, three vastly different ways or portraying the figure using sculpture, mixed media, and oil.
Biennial Juried Photography Exhibit May 15 – July 11, 2010 Juror: Lesley A. Martin, Publisher of Aperture Foundation’s book program (www.aperture.com). Selected Artists: Susanne Coleman, Collette Fournier, Jacek Fraczak, Maja Georgiou, Julie Gottesman, Michael Kolster, Andrea Land, Sara Macel, James Mullen, Howard Nathenson, David Ondrik, Donna Pinckley, Nura Qureshi, William Sayler,Gregory Schaffer, Ira Spiegel, John Stanley, Eric Vorenkamp, Donna J. Wan, Peter Jon White.
Matthew Murray: Abandoned America Tracy Silva-Barbosa: Transcending Time March 27 – May 9, 2010 Murray ’s photographs of abandoned and decaying buildings reveal an ethereal stillness while Silva-Barbosa juxtaposes disparate elements in her mixed media paintings to create a delicate narrative vocabulary.
Dorothy Deyrup: A Retrospective Dennis Revitzky: New York State Landscapes February 13-March 21, 2010 Deyrup's (1908-1961), social realist perspective captures private moments and local scenes that compliment Revitzky's timeless, richly textured New York State landscapes.
Annual Members' Exhibit January 16-February 7, 2010 A collection of works created by Hopper House members. All current members of Hopper House are invited to include one work in this eclectic display of creativity.
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