August 2013 - Upcoming Events

Date Event
Type
Title Campus Building
8/15 - 10/26 Exhibit On & Off the Wall ~ Sculpture: Art in 3 Dimensions MDTN Orange Hall Gallery

Alligator sculptureOn & Off the Wall

Sculpture: Art in 3 Dimensions

August 15 to October 26
Orange Hall Gallery (MDTN)

Reception: September 8, 1 to 3:30 p.m. (pianist Bev Poyerd)

Beware of an alligator lurking in the lily pads, a dragon in flight in the branches, a hippopotamus emerging from a pool of marble, a steam engine spuming huge curls of wired smoke, a matriarch of parts, a clan reunion in bark, a steel I-beam, and many more works of art.

Cultural Affairs is hosting a major sculpture show in Orange Hall Gallery August 15 through October 26, 2013. Entitled On & Off the Wall ~ Sculpture: Art in 3 Dimensions, the exhibition is comprised of 56 sculptures by 29 sculptors in sizes 6 inches to 9 feet, and various media including wood, iron, steel, marble, ceramic, bronze, copper, textile, clay, stoneware, plaster, terracotta, and found objects.

La Femme - bronze on walnut base by Brenda Scott HarburgerSculptures are their maker's realistic or abstract interpretations in three dimensions. The variety stretches the viewers' scope and becomes an educational and enjoyable experience. Come and partake of this grand exhibit.

Participating sculptors include Roger Martin, Bill Graziano, Fay Wood, Barbara Bonham, Daniel Grant, Natalie Surving, Dan Mack, Daniel Lombardo, William Gerbracht, Polly Giragosian, Bill Cypher, Najim Chechen, Caroline Schulz, Hilda Sobel, Stuart Sachs, Lori Shorin, Philip Monteleoni, Terry Mollo, David Nolan, Carole Halle, Ed Burr, Fred Maltzan, Doug Demarsico, Joshua Davis, Catherine DeMaio, Linda Rahl Nadas, Meghan (Maney) Merschen, Brenda Scott Harburger, and Jacqui Doyle Schneider.

The reception for this exhibit is Sunday, September 8, 2013, from 1:00 to 3:30 pm during which pianist Bev Poyerd will play contemporary and classical music.

Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 9am to 8pm and Friday to 9am to 6pm. On Friday, October 4, the gallery is open 9am to 10pm. Three master classes on bronze, found object sculpting, and art metal forging by artists Roger Martin, Fay Wood, and Bill Graziano, respectively, will take place on September 26, October 2, and October 21 in Orange Hall Gallery Fringe.

The exhibit, reception, and master classes are free and open to the public.

Images, top to bottom:12ft. Alligator-ceramic by Natalie Surving, La Femme-bronze on walnut base by Brenda Scott Harburger

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Contact Us:
Dorothy Szefc
Coordinator of Cultural Affairs
(845) 341-4891
cultural@sunyorange.edu

All Cultural Affairs Events are open to the public and all buildings are universally accessible.

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