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Sculpture

Stephen Walling, Roger Phillips, Birgit Blyth, Joseph Maresca, Amy Podmore and Linda Cross

December 13, 2012 through January 20, 2013

 

Carrie Haddad is pleased to present this rare Sculpture Exhibit featuring works by Stephen Walling, Linda Cross, Roger Phillips, Birgit Blyth, Joseph Maresca, and Amy Podmore, with an artists’ reception on Saturday, December 15th from 6-8pm. All are welcome to attend.
 
On display will be an array of multi-dimensional objects from multi-faceted artists with an emphasis on the multi. Birgit Blyth, a photographer who typically works in alternative processes, knits thin gauge wire into delicate wall sculptures. Blyth’s sculpture works as a 3 dimensional companion to her 2 dimensional chromoskedasic photographs, sharing a similar color palette and grid like pattern. Stephen Walling, a former graphic designer and art director turned sculptor makes wall relief sculptures from painted wood blocks and scraps fitted together into beautiful grid patterned
 
Joseph Maresca, also a painter, has been making 3-D cut-outs & painted constructions that reference the Hudson River and surrounding landscape.   Roger Phillips exhibits constructivist maquettes in primary colored enamel on stainless steel which are replications of larger sculptures. Many of Philips works are kinetic and commissioned for outdoor use and an invited interactivity with their surrounding environments.   
 
Linda Cross, known for her large sculptural installations, will be exhibiting small wall reliefs titled “Fragments”. She uses paper, paint, and Styrofoam to imitate riverbed rocks, tin cans and bricks in her ongoing natural history series. Combining the physicality of sculptural forms with illusionistic realism, Linda Cross contrasts an abstract wilderness with the pervasive intrusion of civilization. In contrast to Cross’s focus on nature, Amy Podmore creates a world of human imperfection in her sculptures of slightly grotesque “specimen” figures under glass domes. Both Cross and Podmore present their works as if they are meant for scientific examination, adding an aspect of discovery into their respective worlds.

Artists in this show

Amy Podmore


Sumpter, 2011

Untitled (Stove), 2012

Predicaments: Conglomerate, 2009

Exercise Wheel, 2012

Untitled (Pair), 2012

Predicaments: Small Nips, 2009

Predicaments: Passive-Aggressive Man, 2009

Predicaments: Venus, 2009

Predicaments: Weave, 2009

Trophies , 2012

Shifting Between First and Half Position, 2009
 

Birgit Blyth


Knit 3, 2012

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Knit 4, 2012

Knit 5, 2012

Knit 6, 2012

Knit 7, 2012

Knit 8, 2012

Knit 10, 2012
   

Joseph Maresca


Windjammer, 2012

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Guitar (from Monsieur P.), 2012

River Boat, 2011

Bird of Paradise, 2012

Bouquet, 2011

Rubber Tree, 2012

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Swimmer, 2011

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Chat et Guerdon, 2012
 

Linda Cross


Field Study, 2012

Outcropping 2, 2012

Dig, 2010

Core Sample, March 2003

Thicket, 2012

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Core Sample 2, January 2003

Roger Phillips


Disc Through Plate, 2012

Four White Triangles, 2005

Four Yellow Squares Vertically, 2005

Figure 8 on Open Rectangle, 2006

Triangular Corner, 2005

Red Disc on Open Rectangle, 2005

Split Disc in Rectangular Frame, 2006

Apple Tree, 2007

Two Yellow Squares on End Vertically, 1999

Open Disc in Circle, 2004

White Square, Yellow Rectangle, 2010

Post Position, 2004

In & Out, 2005

Sun Slice , 2001

Column with Disc, 2006

Stephen Walling


Blink, 2011

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Red Herring, 2012

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Racing Stripes, 2012

Aquifer, 2012

Checkitout, 2012

Konfety, 2012

Roly Poly, 2012

Striations, 2012

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Peek a Blue, 2011

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Korhago, 2011

Blip 2, 2011

Having a Fit, 2010

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