On View January 11 – February 22
Opening Reception: Friday, January 11, 6:00-8:00pm
Joseph Lozano, Painting
Joseph Lozano’s paintings juxtapose classical Greco-Roman statues and images of American Imperialism against mundane consumer goods and random cultural artifacts in an attempt to undercut and disregard the heroic and reflective motifs of high-culture.
Hee Sook Kim, Mixed Media
Hee Sook Kim’s work features feminine patterns printed on top of traditional Korean historical landscape paintings, resulting in a visual and cultural hybridity that speaks to her experiences living in both Korea and the United States.
Sara Prigodich, Sculpture
Sara Prigodich’s ceramic sculptures are physical representations of our psychological incongruities: the doubts, questions, and shifts in perspectives through which we view the memories of our lives.
Edward Dougert, Photography (in the Community Arts Gallery)
Edward Dougert’s photography series, The Black Land, is an interpretation of Pennsylvania’s anthracite coal region and its history.