aqua - art miami
Exhibitor listing
Elegy - Robin Whiteman
Whittling - Samuel C. Guy
#4 - Samuel C. Guy
Twins
<p>2017
<p>Porcelain
<p>7 x 3.25 x 2.75 inches - Robin Whiteman
Messenger - Robin Whiteman
Goddess - Robin Whiteman
Scoop -  Ronald Gonzalez
Quiet - Robin Whiteman
Spector -  Ronald Gonzalez
Blinder -  Ronald Gonzalez
Cage -  Ronald Gonzalez
Taps -  Ronald Gonzalez
EXHIBIT A
22 East Market St.
Corning, NY, 14830
United States
T  +1 607 259 1008
E-mail address : info@exh-a.com
Website : http://www.exh-a.com
 
Exhibit A promotes the work of emerging and mid-career artists primarily from the Northeast United States.

Artists Exhibited at the show:

  • Ronald Gonzalez

    Ronald Gonzalez

     Ronald Gonzalez - Scoop
    Scoop
     Ronald Gonzalez - Blinder
    Blinder
     Ronald Gonzalez - Cage
    Cage
     Ronald Gonzalez - Spector
    Spector
     Ronald Gonzalez - Taps
    Taps
    Biography : RONALD GONZALEZ (American, b. 1952) anthropomorphizes time worn objects by assembling them on figurative steel armatures. The work is further eroded with metal filings, burned wax, glue, wire and black soot creating a dramatic tonal range that both obscures and reveals the humanoid forms. These figures are at once distressing and curious. His work has been the subject of numerous solo and group exhibitions including the Corcoron Gallery of Art, Washington DC; Everson Museum, Syracuse NY; Institute Cultural Peruano Notre Americano, Lima, Peru; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI; and Muse De Arte Modern, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ronald Gonzalez lives and maintains his studio in Johnson City, New York. Artist's Documents: Ronald Gonzalez CV  
    Ronald Gonzalez BIO  
  • Samuel C. Guy

    Samuel C. Guy

    Samuel C. Guy - Whittling
    Whittling
    Samuel C. Guy - #4
    #4
    Biography : SAMUEL C. GUY (American, b. 1991) is known for his large figurative paintings and confident painting style. He primarily focuses on the male body. His work delves into poignant personal anecdotes while demonstrating absurdity and humor. Samuel C. Guy earned his BFA from Alfred University in 2014. In recent months his paintings have been acquired by collectors in Chicago, IL; Portland, OR; Nashville, TN; and Baltimore, MD. In 2015 he was a Constance Saltonstall Foundation Juried Fellow and earned a Goetteman Residency at Rocky Neck Art Colony in Gloucester, MA. Samuel C. Guy is from Binghamton, New York and currently lives and works in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Bethany Krull

    Bethany Krull

    Also represented by: EXHIBIT A,
  • Robin Whiteman

    Robin Whiteman

    Robin Whiteman - Elegy
    Elegy
    Robin Whiteman - Messenger
    Messenger
    Robin Whiteman - Quiet
    Quiet
    Robin Whiteman - Goddess
    Goddess
    Robin Whiteman - Twins
<p>2017
<p>Porcelain
<p>7 x 3.25 x 2.75 inches
    Twins

    2017

    Porcelain

    7 x 3.25 x 2.75 inches

    Biography : ROBIN WHITEMAN (American, b. 1972) has worked with clay since the age of eleven. She received her degree in ceramics at Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of American Crafts, and has been a resident at Maine’s Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts, and at RIT. She has taught extensively throughout the greater Rochester, New York area. Her work is shown nationally and collected internationally. Robin Whiteman lives in the Finger Lakes region of New York with husband, child, and goats.

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Robin Cass

    Robin Cass

    Biography : Robin Cass is an artist and educator living in Rochester, New York. She is a professor in the Glass Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology, where she has been a faculty member since 1998. She is currently serving as Interim Dean of the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. Cass also served on the board of directors of the Glass Art Society from 2004 through 2010. Cass earned her BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from Alfred University. She has been invited to teach glassblowing and exhibit her sculptural work internationally, and has received fellowships and grants from Wheaton Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and the Glass & Ceramic Center of Seto, Japan. In addition to teaching at RIT, Cass has lead workshops at Pilchuck Glass School, Haystack, The Studio at Corning Museum of Glass and elsewhere. Robin’s work is included in a number of public and private collections including those of the Museum of American Glass in New Jersey, Tacoma Museum of Glass in Washington State, and Tittot Museum in Taipei, Taiwan. She has also been featured in several books including: “Masters of Blown Glass”, edited by Susan Rossi-Wilcox, “Breaking Ground: Art/Craft in Upstate New York”, by Barbara Lovenheim, and “25 Years of New Glass Review” edited by Tina Oldknow. Exhibition : ROBIN CASS: SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2016 'Traveling Menagerie', Exhibit A, Corning, NY 2015 ' Foundlings: a tribute to misfits' (collaboration w/ Bill Klingensmith), RoCo Lab Space, Rochester, NY 'Menagerie', Axom Gallery, Rochester, NY 2011 'Curious Growths', Shift Gallery, Seattle, WA Solo Exhibition, Gallery at Osaka University of Art, Osaka, Japan 2008 'New Work', OckHee Gallery, Rochester, NY 2007 'Yield', Alexander Brest Museum, Jacksonville, Fl 2006 'New Work', Tittott Museum of Glass, Taipei, Taiwan 'Linkages', Rochester Contemporary Gallery, Lab Space, Rochester, NY 2005 'Common Afflictions', NTID Dyer Arts Center at RIT, Rochester, NY 2002 'New Work in Glass and Metal', Appalachian Center, Smithville, TN 2001 'A Slight Breach', Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA 'Revelations', Arc Gallery, Chicago, IL 2000 'Vital Revelations', Galerie Raphael Essebag, Montreal, Quebec 1997 'Toys and Traps', The Field Gallery, Martha’s Vineyard, MA SELECT GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2017 'Danger & Beauty - Contemporary Art and Glass Works', ICI LABAS Galerie, Beijing China, Curated by Fucheng Wang 'All Manner of Marvels: Wonders Seldom Seen', Corners Gallery, Ithaca, NY 2015 'FLOW / GROW: Qingdao Contemporary Glass Art Exhibition', Qingdao Archives & Research Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China 'Parallel Frequencies', Seattle Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA 'Parallel Frequencies', Cohen Gallery at Alfred University, Alfred, NY 2014 'The Next: A Studio Glass Continuum', Tower Gallery, Brockport, NY 'Glass Invitational 2014', Exhibit A, Corning, NY 2013 'Wheaton Glass: The Art of the Fellowship', Museum of American Glass, Wheaton, NJ 2011 – 2012 'Prologues', Gallery R, Rochester, NY 2011 'A Really Big Small Works Show', Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pittsburgh, PA 'International Ceramic and Glass Art in the 21st Century – 10 years of Seto Artists in Residence',
    Artist's Documents:
  • David Dowler

    David Dowler



  • Anne Gant

    Anne Gant



  • Jeremy Holmes

    Jeremy Holmes



  • Bethany Krull

    Bethany Krull



  • Michael Rogers

    Michael Rogers



  • Tricia Wright

    Tricia Wright



  • Melissa Zarem

    Melissa Zarem



GALLERY INFORMATION

 
Ann Welles    Director
Louise Richardson    Events Specialist
 
Exhibit A is a premier venue for Contemporary Art in the Finger Lakes Region of New York featuring a dynamic exhibition program at its Corning gallery and promoting a roster of artists who demonstrate clarity of vision, innovative use of materials and superior technique.