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The Cayuga Lake Watershed, A Celebration- Frank Muller
connection with wild places that leads to stewardship for the natural
world. He believes that by saving nature we save ourselves!
Infinity in a Box-An exhibition of shadow boxes curated by Maude Rith. Artists include Chris Coronel, Ariel Bullion Ecklund, Carla Elizabeth, Jim Garmhausen, Stephan Petrella, Gary Rith, Maude Rith, Laura Rowley, Leeny Sack, Werner Sun, Emily Millen Walsh. Made possible (in part or in full) with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, administered by the Community Arts Partnership.
Space for Recovery-Works created by clients from Cayuga Addiction Recovery Services on their interpretation of Space. Curated by Monica Weimer. North Reading Room.
234 Paintings-Artwork by Billy Coté, a musician and artist living in Ithaca, NY.
“Form and Feeling,” a show by Ethel Vrana in the gallery Salon. These paintings explore the emotive quality of form. Work by other gallery artists in the main gallery. Reception for the artist, Friday, July 5, 5-8pm, Gallery Night in downtown Ithaca. Show dates: July 3-28, 2019. Hours: Wed.-Fri., 12-6pm and Sat. & Sun., 12-5pm. 120 W Martin Luther King, Jr./State Street. Curbside parking and ADA accessibility. Contact info: 607-277-1626 and www.soagithaca.org
Tatiana Malkin and Jesse Grossman present “Maiden America” and “Layers,” respectively. In “Maiden America” Malkin juxtaposes the everyday imagery of a young woman’s world in the age of Instagram, Tumblr, and social media with the yearning for and nostalgia of an unlived and simple past. Grossman’s “Layers” focuses on the art of gold fuming glass, a technique in which pure gold is trapped within glass, revealing brilliant and subtle hues of green, orange, pink, and red. Both artists are present at the opening!
I’ve lived in Ithaca for 25 years and am truly inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds us.When I started working at Ithaca Made I became inspired by the creativity of my fellow Ithacans and wanted to try expressing myself.
The photographs hanging in Press Cafe July 2019 are a selection of Roslyn Julia’s Polaroid Collection, available in her online print shop. Most of this set of images is also part of a photo book titled Instant which was self published in 2014. You can find both the framed photographs and the book for sale in her shop, roslynjuliaprints.com and you can find out more about Roslyn on her website, roslynjulia.com