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Ready to Emerge: RISD Senior Sculptors

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 23, 2006
Exhibition Dates: February 14, 2006 through February 25, 2006
Contact: Lindsay Dealy Garcia, 203-434-8598

Providence, RI (January 12, 2006) - On Thursday, February 23, from 5-9 PM, Gallery Z will be hosting an opening reception of the exhibition Ready to Emerge: RISD Senior Sculptors. The exhibit will be displayed through Saturday February 25, 2006.

On display will be selected pieces from the thesis portfolios of the sixteen students in their last months of the rigorous academic experience of Rhode Island School of Design..

Three emerging artists in this exhibition include: Noel Anderson of Binghamton, New York, Nathan Sowiski of Buffalo, New York, and Samantha Gerlach of Cresskill, New Jersey.

Noel Anderson uses a variety of techniques to make her three-dimensional works: knitting, felting, and machine knitting, in addition to her drawings. She weaves together animal creatures and the sexuality to create a shocking experience. Her most recent work contains colorful felted beings with exaggerated sex organs.

Nathan Sowiski is a steel sculptor who uses the tools of the RISD Sculpture Foundry to the extreme. The series he is working on now is entitled, “Icons”:wall-mounted pieces that are shiny characters of a larger language. The language uses architectural elements to mimic Sci-Fi futuristic worlds through simple imagery.

Samantha Gerlach is obsessed with our society’s wastefullness. She uses only materials that she finds in dumpsters and garbage cans on Sunday nights in Providence. She states, “Most people equate garbage with ‘bad.’ I don’t! I equate using garbage with giving it a second chance where someone else gave up on it, with playing Dr. Frankenstein.” Lately, she has been focused on creating pop culture figures out of such fabric. With one inch squares of fabric, she can “paint” large two-dimensional works in an Impressionistic cartoonish, brightly colored style.

Other Students included in this exhibition include: Katherine Brooks, Eleanor Sabin, Jess Ryan, Tara Kopp, Kirstie Dabbs, Sean Springer, Bethany Schwarz, Sara Berg, Alex Dunbar, Kate Ferencz, Jeff Wu, Anna Loveday-Brown, and Lindsay Garcia